Bunbury Grooves to the Moo
More than 20,000 festival-goers descended on Hay Park yesterday to catch a glimpse of their favourite acts at the stacked Groovin’ the Moo festival.
The talented Amy Shark enticed the crowds through the gates early on in the line-up, before Tash Sultana made a much-anticipated appearance despite battling a bout of laryngitis.
Slumberjack, Snakehips and PNAU had the packed in crowds partying into the night before headline acts Milky Chance, The Wombats, The Darkness and Violent Soho took to the stage.
Milky Chance played to a “double-decker” crowd as to the artists’ amazement as half the audience watched on from each other’s shoulders, before sending them into a frenzy with Cocoon and Stolen Dance.
The Wombats finished in style with a dramatic jam session to end the set, with front man Matthew Murphy finishing his guitar work atop the drum kit before kicking over the hi-hats.
Violent Soho literally put on a smashing performance when they trashed the stage at the end of their set, with many fans taking away a piece of instrument as a memento of the show.
Dillon Francis ended the 12 hour-long festival with a deafening sing-along to Daryl Braithwaites Horses, before the masses began the sobering journey home.
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