Big names to headline Moo

Jackson Lavell-LeeBusselton Dunsborough Times
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Groovin The Moo, Hay Park in Bunbury. Pictured - general crowd
Camera IconGroovin The Moo, Hay Park in Bunbury. Pictured - general crowd Credit: Daniel Wilkins

The 2020 Groovin the Moo line-up has something for everyone, from Aussie legends Gang of Youths, The Cat Empire and The Veronicas to new favourites Ruby Fields, Kira Puru, WAAX and Manu Crooks.

The recent triple j Hottest 100 proved to be sunny side up for GTM artists including Mallrat, breakout success story Tones and I, and Slowly Slowly with E^ST, Hayden James, Dope Lemon and San Cisco all claiming spots in the countdown too.

International acts heading to the Bunbury festival include rappers AJ Tracey, Bhad Bhabie, Maxo Kream, YBN Cordae and country “trailer trap” sensation Blanco Brown.

Some artists with killer back catalogues will hit the GTM stages, including the recently reformed Supergrass, celebrating 25 years of tunes, and Kelis, who will bring her Milkshake to the Moo.

Darude and Sugarhill Gang will also get fans dancing with their classic party anthems Jump On it and Sandstorm.

Groovin the Moo promoter Steve Halpin of Cattleyard said he was looking forward to bringing so many international acts to regional areas.

“There’s something for everyone with this line-up and we can’t wait to open the gates at each show,” he said.

Stay tuned for triple j Unearthed announcements, with other up and coming acts yet to be confirmed.

Groovin the Moo Bunbury is on Sunday, April 26.

Tickets are available at

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