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GZA, The Kooks, The Beaches & More Announced For Groovin The Moo 2024

31 January 2024 | 8:02 am | Ellie Robinson

Other international heavyweights on the bill include Armani White, Mura Masa, Mel C and Meduza.

Groovin The Moo

Groovin The Moo (Supplied)

The lineup for Groovin The Moo 2024 has arrived, and it’s stacked with a solid mix of international icons (like The Kooks, The Beaches and Armani White) and local legends (like Alison Wonderland, DMA’S and The Jungle Giants).

Other heavyweight imports on the bill include GZA (best known for his iconic role in the Wu-Tang Clan, but heading down for GTM with his band The Phunky Nomads), Jessie Reyez, Meduza, Melanie C, Mura Masa and Stephen Sanchez.

It’s fleshed out with some of the biggest local acts we have to offer – Jet, King Stingray, Mallrat, San Cisco, The Rions, Nerve (performing alongside ECB and Cloe Terare) and The Grogans, to name just a few. Additionally, each show will be hosted by Carla From Bankstown and Mowgli May, and more artists are yet to be announced for the Fresh Produce and triple j Unearthed slots.

This year’s GTM tour will kick off in Wayville on Thursday April 25, then roll through Canberra and Bendigo over the next couple of days. The following weekend will see it hit Newcastle and the Sunshine Coast, before wrapping  up in Bunbury on Saturday May 11. See below for all the finer details.

Tickets go on sale soon – head here to find all the details.

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Alison Wonderland
Armani White
The Beaches
Claire Rosinkranz
The Grogans
GZA & The Phunky Nomads
Hot Dub Time Machine
Jessie Reyez
The Jungle Giants
Kenya Grace
King Stingray
The Kooks
Melanie C
Mura Masa
Nerve & Friends (ECB & Cloe Terare)
The Rions
San Cisco
Stephen Sanchez
Carla From Bankstown
Mowgli May

Thursday April 25 – Wayville, Adelaide Showground
Friday April 26 – Canberra, Exhibition Park
Saturday April 27 – Bendigo, Prince Of Wales Showgrounds
Saturday May 4 – Newcastle, Foreshore Park
Sunday May 5 – Sunshine Coast, Stadium Precinct
Saturday May 11 – Bunbury, Hay Park