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City and Colour Confirm Headline Shows For Australia & New Zealand

Only a week after they were announced on the 2012 Groovin' The Moo tour, Dallas Green's Juno award-winning project, City and Colour, have been confirmed for a run of headline shows in both Australia and New Zealand.

Kaiser Chiefs, Adrian Lux, Digitalism and more announced for the 2012 Groovin' The Moo.

And so here we have it. Another day, another festival announcement. But there are few we get quite as excited about as Groovin' The Moo. Touring five region cities every May, the festival is a unique way to connect with festival goers outside of the capital cities, while creating a lineup and atmosphere that competes with all the majors - all for under $100 (not including booking fee)!

Our Favourite Festivals of 2011...

We asked our contributors to share with us their favourite festivals of 2011. We collected the votes and these were their TOP FIVE touring festivals of 2011...

Dates announced for the 2012 Groovin' The Moo Festival

It seems like only yesterday that Groovin’ the Moo (GTM) played host to 75,000 enthusiastic music lovers from all over the country, at five incredible, sold-out shows jammed packed with so many highlights. Time marches on and the GTM team is looking forward to doing it all again in 2012!

the AU interview at Culture Collide: Datarock (Norway)

The USA interview series continues backstage at Filter Magazine's Culture Collide, where Larry Heath caught up with Datarock, to discuss just about everything they could possibly think of. But there's lot of discussion about musicals and their latest EP California, triple j, their self proclaimed "most extravagant single in history" and plenty more...

the AU interview: Jonathan Pierce of The Drums (USA)

Just before they hit the Metro Theatre stage in Sydney (one of their Groovin' The Moo Festival sideshows), Larry Heath sits down with The Drums' frontman Jonathan Pierce to talk about heir forthcoming record, touring Australia and more!

the AU interview: Tord Overland-Knudsen of The Wombats (UK)

The day after they played their final Groovin' The Moo Festival show in Canberra, The Wombats returned to Sydney to play the Enmore Theatre. Larry Heath caught up with Bassist Tord Øverland-Knudsen from the group to talk about the Australian tour, their love letter to Japan "Tokyo", his side project Sin, their new album (which hit #2 on the Australian charts - beaten by Adele!) and plenty more...

Groovin' The Moo Festival - Canberra (08.05.11)

After popping my festival cherry at the start of this year with Future Music Festival, I was very excited to head along to something a little bit more up by alley – Groovin’ The Moo.

Groovin The Moo - Bendigo Showgrounds (30.04.11)

Blessed with perfect weekend weather, swarms of locals and determined commuters descended upon Bendigo’s showgrounds for the seventh annual Groovin The Moo festival. It would proceed as an event in possession of both pros and cons in an attempt to stake its claim as one of the country’s premier festival offerings.

Photo Gallery: The Drums + Tiger Choir + Loon Lake - Corner Hotel (29.04.11)

On a chilly night in late April, summer sounds flooded the Corner Hotel as The Drums performed an energetic headliner show as part of their tour with this year’s Groovin’ The Moo.