Groovin’ The Moo announce massive lineup

South Western Times
The Wombats
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Organisers of Groovin’ The Moo have announced an impressive line up of international and Australian acts set to hit Bunbury on May 13.

Tash Sultana.
Camera IconTash Sultana. Credit: Daniel Craig

International favourites The Wombats, Milky Chance, The Darkness and Dillon Francis have been named, with local acts The Smith Street Band, Allday and The Jungle Giants also joining the tour.

Jungle Giants
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Australian singer-songwriters Amy Shark and Tash Sultana, who came in at numbers two and three in this year Triple J Hottest 100 countdown for Adore and Jungle, have also been added to the line up, with Violent Soho returning to close out the outdoor stages.

Full lineup:

Against Me (USA); Allday; Amy Shark; Architects (UK); The Darkness (UK); Dillon Francis (USA); George Maple; Hayden James; The Jungle Giants; K.FLay (USA); L-Fresh the Lion; Loyle Carner (UK); Methyl Ethel; Milky Chance (GER); Montaigne; Northeast Party House; Slumberjack; The Smith Street Band; Snakehips (UK); Tash Sultana; Thundamentals; Violent Soho; The Womabats (UK)

Violent Soho
Camera IconViolent Soho Credit: Alan Chau / The West Australian.

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