Get Into the Groove
Your guide to the sights and sounds of GTM 2022, from the idyllic venues to the all important set times!
The Groovin the Moo lineup dropped last month, and tickets are now on sale for April 23, 24 and 30 at the Maitland Showgrounds, Exhibition Park, and Prince of Wales Showgrounds respectively. We know you can’t wait to see some of your favourite local and international acts on the big stage and soak in those festival vibes, so let’s give you a bit of a run-down of what’s goin’ down in the next couple of weeks!
If you’re located near, or traveling to Wonnarua Country (also known as Maitland area, NSW) for next Saturday, you’ll be soaking in the good tunes at the Maitland Showgrounds, a space that is quite important to the city for facilitating a variety of agricultural and other exhibitions. In the Wonnarua Dreamtime Legend it is said that the Great Spirit Baiame opened his eyes that were steeped in chasms of eternity and he and his creation spirits began creating the hills, valleys, forests and all living things, in, and around, Maitland. Whilst soaking in the pure natural beauty of the country-side on your journey, be sure to get a feel for the communities, artists, local food and beverages of the people nearby - there are sure to be some memories to be made and moments to capture before you set foot into GTM 2022.
Here are the set times for the Maitland Showgrounds:
For those attending the ACT leg next Sunday at the Exhibition Park In Canberra (or EPIC for short) in Ngambri and Ngunnawal country, you’ll be right at the gateway of the Nation’s Capital. It’s important to note that this land is important to the traditional owners, the Ngunnawal people often using it as a place to trade goods and share important news as old friends meet again. As you meet with your friends, old and new, there are plenty of local shopping centers, restaurants and local suppliers nearby to check out on your journey to the festival, and plenty of open spaces and nature to soak in and ground yourself before kicking off at the event.
Be sure to plan out your day in advance to make the most of your trip to GTM, check out the set times below:
If you’re traveling to Dja Dja Wurrung Country for April 30th, you'll be bathing in the great vibes at the Prince of Wales Showgrounds Bendigo, in regional Victoria. The space is the largest showgrounds in the state, and boasts plenty of treasures to be found nearby - from locally grown produce, unique vintage finds, and everything in between. Rich with stunning waterways and woodlands that have been cared for by the Dja Dja Wurrung people for many thousands of years, there is plenty of natural beauty to be appreciated on your travels to the festival.
Check out the set times for the day below, and make sure your prepared for a huge day of festivities:
Featuring Alice Ivy, Broods (NZ), Chaii (NZ), grentperez, Hilltop Hoods, Hockey Dad, Hope D, Jesswar, JK-47, Lime Cordiale, Mashd n Kutcher, Masked Wolf, Middle Kids, Montaigne, Peking Duk, Polaris, Redhook, Riton (UK), Shouse, Snakehips (UK), Spiderbait, Sycco, Thomas Headon (UK), and Wolf Alice, plus some very fresh faces/ your new favourite artists that you haven't even heard yet from the triple j Unearthed and Fresh Produce selection - the stacked lineup is sure not disappoint.
To read a bit more about the artists themselves head to the GTM website HERE, or link up your speaker/ headphones and treat your ears to the perfect hype playlists below.
April 23, 24, and 30 are sneaking up fast, so if you haven't got your tickets yet, what are you waiting for?
Head to Moshtix - the official online ticketing outlet for GTM (be sure not to be scammed by any third-party ticketing) and secure your place at this year's festivities!
GROOVIN THE MOO 2022 TOUR DIARY
Saturday 23 April
Blomfield St, Maitland, NSW
Sunday 24 April
Exhibition Park In Canberra (EPIC)
Ngambri and Ngunnawal Country
Entry via Stirling Avenue, Mitchell, ACT
Saturday 30 April
Bendigo’s Prince of Wales Showgrounds
Dja Dja Wurrung Country
42-72 Holmes Rd, Bendigo, VIC