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GROOVIN THE MOO 2022 - MAITLAND

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Lime Cordiale. Images: Vasili Papathanasopoulos.


After two long years Groovin The Moo made it's return in Maitland yesterday! We were there to capture all the fun and bring you some highlights from one of Australia's key music festivals.


Wolf Alice, Broods, Masked Wolf. Images: Vasili Papathanasopoulos.


Taking to the stage to provide a memorable experience for punters was Alice Ivy, Broods, Chaii, Hilltop Hoods, Hockey Dad, Hope D, HP Boyz, Jesswar, Jk-47, Lime Cordiale, Mashd N Kutcher, Masked Wolf, Middle Kids, Milky Chance, Montaigne, Peking Duk, Polaris, Redhook, Riton, Shouse, Snakehips, Spiderbait, Sycco, Thomas Headon and Wolf Alice.



Hockey Dad, Jesswar, Hockey Dad, Crowd. Images: Vasili Papathanasopoulos.


Having already taken over Maitland, the festival will continue on to Canberra today, before a final weekend in Bendigo VIC on Saturday 30 April. All tickets to the cancelled 2020 event remain valid for Groovin the Moo 2022 with final tickets on sale now.


Alice Ivy, Polaris, Mashed N Kutcher, Montaigne, Crowd. Images: Vasili Papathanasopoulos.


We caught up with Lime Cordiale and Hockey Dad ahead of the festival to chat about Groovin The Moo, new music, returning to the stage and so much more! Watch the interviews below.





GROOVIN THE MOO 2022


Canberra, ACTSunday 24 April 2022 Exhibition Park In Canberra (EPIC) Ngambri and Ngunnawal Country Entry via Stirling Avenue, Mitchell, ACT


Bendigo, VICSaturday 30 April 2022 Bendigo’s Prince of Wales Showgrounds Dja Dja Wurrung Country 42-72 Holmes Rd, Bendigo, VIC



Lineup

ALICE IVY

BROODS (NZ)

CHAII (NZ)

HILLTOP HOODS

HOCKEY DAD

HOPE D

HP BOYZ

JESSWAR

JK-47

MASHD N KUTCHER

MASKED WOLF

MIDDLE KIDS

MILKY CHANCE (GER)

MONTAIGNE

PEKING DUK

POLARIS

REDHOOK

RITON (UK)

SHOUSE

SNAKEHIPS (UK)

SPIDERBAIT

SYCCO

THOMAS HEADON (UK)

WOLF ALICE (UK)


With hosts

DIJOK and JAWBREAKERS


Plus

triple j Unearthed, Fresh Produce artists, Welcome to Country and

Community programs to be announced