Part 2 of our Groovin The Moo Maitland Festival photo coverage includes artists such as Peaches, Hermitude, Hot Dub Time Machine, Charli XCX (pictured above), Broods, Wolfmother, RL Grime, Hilltop Hoods and Flight Facilites (ft. Owl Eyes). Photos by Johnny Au.
The sun came out to plat on the second stop on the Groovin the Moo festival with a lineup featuring Wolfmother, Charli XCX, You Me at Six, Sticky Fingers, One Day, Tkay Maidza and more. Stuart Sevastos was on the ground to capture the highlights of the day.
The first leg of the Groovin the Moo festival was held at Oakbank, in the Adelaide Hills. Despite the steady rain which turned the horse racing track into a mud pit, everyone was in good spirits. A great range of music, from Wolfmother and
Australia's huge regional touring festival, Groovin the Moo, has dropped its line up this morning, sure to rev festival punters up into a tizz. Last year saw GTM introduce a South Australian leg to the tour and in 2015, the Oakbank Racecourse in the Adelaide Hills is where GTM will start. Kicking off on ANZAC Day, the likes of A$AP Ferg, Hilltop Hoods, Broods and more will perform around the country at venues in Bunbury, Bendigo, Canberra, Maitland and finally Townsville. Like most years, tickets for Groovin the Moo tend to fly out the window, so keep an eye on sale dates and jump up on em!
Wolfm... ahem, Andrew Stockdale is back on the road, and to celebrate his run of shows around the country, he and his band put on a secret show at Frankie's Pizza in Sydney.
There’s only one reason I would spend my afternoon stand on a grassy hill on a gloomy Melbourne day with a forecast for rain. That reason my friend, is that it’s Aerosmith’s first Australian tour in over 20 years. Despite the temperature of 16 degrees and ominous grey clouds that were looming over head, there was a sense of anticipation in the air, and a stellar line up that made the Sunday afternoon worth the threatening weather.
New signings this week for Dan Cribb, Jordie Lane, and Wendy Matthews, as well as a will.i.am promo visit and ARIA Chart happenings. And if you've been wondering whatever whatever happened to Andrew Stockdale - he of the crazy 'fro and the even crazier voice - read inside for good news.
Aerosmith headline a massive night of rock and roll at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne.
Everybody’s selling out in this week’s tour update, and not in the bad way either, with Vance Joy, Tool, They Might Be Giants and Aerosmith all having sell out shows, and with a heap of bands adding extra shows due to the dutiful screams of their fans.
Vance Joy to play third Northcote Social Club this month!
After selling out two shows at Northcote Social Club, Vance Joy is caving in to demand again and playing a third and final show at the venue on April 28.
Returning to Australia for the first time in 24 years this April and May, Aerosmith will be touring through Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane doing what they know best. Rocking out.
With an excellent line up of special guests set to join them on tour, the legendary rockers that is Aerosmith will be staging a tour Australian fans have not only been waiting long for, but will be unlikely to forget. Tickets for all the shows go on sale from 12 noon, March 4.
Oh why hello again sunshine, bring on Day 3.
Australian dance duo Sneaky Sound System and rockers Wolfmother are amongst the latest crop of bands that have been announced to appear at the 2012 EXIT Festival in Serbia. Already on the line up are bands including Guns n Roses, Duran Duran and New Order and with these two acts representing Australia, the line up is sure to be something special!