Presented Nationally by Cattleyard Promotions
Power Chords with Girls Rock! Canberra
Record Store Day!
GTM2020 Refunds – Everything You Need To Know
Cattleyard Promotions is sad to announce Groovin the Moo won’t be returning to tour around our beloved farmyard in 2021. Because of the current restrictions, the uncertainty of when they’ll be eased and the amount of time needed to plan GTM, it makes it impossible to go ahead with this tour in the way that our famooly all know and love.
A huge thank you to all our Moo Crew who held onto their Groovin the Moo 2020 ticket, you guys are absolutely remarcowble and it’s helped the team through 2021, and it’s been really appreciated!
We’re working towards 2022 going ahead and will do everything we can to make this happen (trust us, we want to put on a festival just as much as you want to go to one)!
Your 2020 tickets are automatically valid for 2022 and you do not need to do anything further if you wish to come along! 🎉💃
📸: James Tarbotton
REFUND – MOSHTIX
If you would prefer a refund you will need to request this between the 28-day refund window; Monday 8 February to Sunday 7 March (5PM local time). Simply log into your Moshtix Account and click Manage Tickets to view and select the Request Refund option.
If you created your booking as a Guest, Sign Up via this link to register and access your tickets using the same email address that was used for the original booking.
Refunds will be actioned from Monday 22 February and from then funds will be back in your account within 2 weeks and you don’t need to do anything further.
REFUND – OUTLET
If you purchased a hard ticket from one of our official outlets you will need to request this between the 28-day refund window; Monday 8 February to Sunday 7 March (5PM local time). Transactions are being handled a little differently depending on where you purchased from so please read the below carefully:
UNIVERSAL STORES ONLY
Please contact the Universal Store on 1300 553 520 or email@example.com to arrange the return and refund of your ticket. For more information see https://www.universalstore.com/gtm-2020 Please note that all Townsville hard tickets were sold via Universal Stores.
ALL OTHER OUTLETS
Bendigo Student Association
Bendigo Visitor Centre
Bunbury Visitor Centre
Canberra and Region Visitors Centre (all tickets from this outlet were refunded in the first refund period)
Evidence Board Co.
JR’s Surf and Ski
Music Specialists Maitland
Sanbah | Rip Curl Australia
Simply fill out THIS FORM. Refunds will be actioned from Monday 22 February and from then funds will be back in your account within 2 weeks and you don’t need to do anything further.
REFUND – BUSSES
If you purchased your bus ticket through Mosthix you will have the option to request a refund, just follow the same process as the tickets above.
If you purchased a bus ticket through a local operator, you will need to get in touch with them directly.
If you have any more questions, don’t hesitate to hit us up on Facebook or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gosh we’re going to miss not being able to spend another year with the Moo Crew, artists, team members and suppliers who all make GTM what it is. But again, a HUGE THANK YOU for sticking with us and we can’t wait to return!
Power Chords with Girls Rock! Canberra
We spoke with Chiara to learn more about how she’s creating a moovement for change for women and gender diverse people in music! Have a peep at the interview!
Can you tell me a bit about your journey with music and how you came to connect with Girls Rock!?
I grew up in Canberra playing music and guitar, but often found it hard to find people to play with. I had heard about these Girls Rock! camps as a teenager but didn’t really think too hard on them until I finished my undergrad. I was 21 and burnt out having studied realist theory of changing the world around you, but not being able to apply it. Suddenly these Girls Rock! Camps seemed like a cool way of creating a world where girls voices were encouraged and seen. A space without cis men, which is especially rare in music.
After uni I saved up some money and travelled to Portland for my first Girls Rock! camp as a volunteer. I absolutely loved it and was inspired by all of these young women who were so fearless and cool. After my third camp in Portland, and visiting the camps in Austin and the Bay Area (California) I decided I wanted to start a Girls Rock! camp in Canberra.
Are the camps the same in each place?
Well, the structure of the programs and their values are the same. Young people form a band on the Monday and have written a song by the end of the week. I love it because you don’t have to have music experience and you can write whatever you want. There is complete freedom of expression. For a lot of the kids it’s their first time playing an instrument or with other people, so to create something from scratch themselves brings a real sense of pride and achievement.
The Girls Rock! camp in Portland has been going for the longest at 10 years and a lot of the mentors at the camp used to be campers themselves, so it’s awesome to see that intergenerational exchange. You really get a sense of the camp’s personality.
Do you see Canberra forming its own flavour?
Boston is probably closest to Canberra as it was a bit smaller and a lot less punk than Portland, so it was cool to see the different models the camp could take. Canberra kids can be a bit quiet – it’s a small art scene, but very tight knit and more multidisciplinary within the arts.
Once you’d made the decision to bring Girls Rock! to Canberra how did you go about it?
I was just a very stubborn 24 year old. I decided, “I’m gonna do it!” and from there I talked to everybody I could. People from the American camps put me in touch with Aussies who helped spread the word or volunteered themselves as mentors. I found a venue called Ainsley and Gorman Art Centre where we now run our camps and they were incredibly supportive. This will be our 5th year!
Do you see changes in the people that participate?
Totally, and we have an intern program for the people who have participated in the past who want to come back to take on a leadership role. They learn how to be a mentor, how to assemble gear, how to uplift others. And then even just from the Monday to the Friday, you get to watch these kids come out of their shells. It’s simple things like talking more, not being afraid to perform and be vulnerable. You can physically see the changes.
Do you think that Girls Rock! Creates a space for inspiration within the community?
We’ve a range of amazing role models who the kids love. Occasionally we’ll have mentors with children too, so we’ll have little kids in the room or we’ll set up an onsite day care – we try to keep it as accessible as possible. And it’s nice because when men very occasionally come into the space it’s in a caring role.
Do you see any kids that now remind you of yourself back when you started?
There’s definitely a few. It can be quite a process of closure when you see a kid that reminds you of your teenage self. It can be very emotional. You see one and think, ‘Oh, you have the same taste as I had.’ or had the same shyness and you can relate. And it’s oddly non-linear, because they’re looking at you thinking “Oh, this is what I could be when I’m older.”
How did you go about collaborating with Groovin the Moo?
Groovin the Moo reached out to ask if we would come on as a community partner. We coordinate work experience opportunities for our campers over 16 to learn about the industry side of music and festivals. We had such a great day last year and the girls were over the moon to help out backstage. They’ve also helped us put on concerts and we’ve programmed a bunch of shows with many bands that have also been involved in the camps. It’s been an amazing team up, especially because their values matched so closely to ours, especially their focus on community.
What would you say to those girls who are looking to get involved?
Do it! You can get in touch via email or just head to our website www.girlsrock.com.au
📸 Monica Styles
It’s NAIDOC Week! Each year celebrations are held nationally to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It’s a great time for everyone to get involved and support their local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community ❤ We’ve made a list of events in each region that you can attend in solidarity.
Date: Sunday, November 8, 2020 – 10:00 to Sunday, January 31, 2021 – 16:00
Living Arts Space 51-67 Pall Mall, Bendigo, Vic
Date: Thursday, November 12, 2020 – 18:00 to 19:00
Date: Saturday, November 14, 2020 – 10:00 to 13:00
Dalyellup Community Centre
Date: Monday, November 9, 2020 – 13:00 to 15:00
Canberra and Region Visitors Centre, Barrine Drive, Parkes, ACT
Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2020 – 12:15 to 13:00
2 Constitution Avenue, Canberra
Date: Sunday, November 15, 2020 – 19:00 to 20:30
Date: Monday, November 9, 2020 – 10:00 to Friday
November 13, 2020 – 12:00
Date: Wednesday, November 11, 2020 – 13:00 to 14:00
Date: November 13, 2020 – 17:00
Date: Monday, November 9, 2020 – 09:00 to Sunday, November 15, 2020 – 17:00
Date: Saturday, November 14, 2020 – 16:30 to 17:00
Record Store Day!
Today is Record Store Day! An event that was created in 2007 to celebrate the unique culture of independently owned record stores. If you own a vinyl record player, love moosic, this is the day for you.
Listening to music through vinyls is a wholesome experience filled with nostalgia and a new appreciation for the quality of sound. But let’s not forget how magical the experience of purchasing a record can be, you can get lost for hours in store flipping through records, you may choose to take a gamble on a record based on the social exchange you had with the store owner or the udderly sweet design. Moments that have been taken away through the digital era and we 100% recommend giving it a go if you haven’t already.
We’re choosing to celebrate this day by supporting our Aussie GTM artists and acknowledging some of the local stores in our Regions. See below to find a store near you!
16 Hargraves Street, Castlemaine, Victoria, 3450
Phone Number: 0424936991
Black Swan Records
417 Sturt St, Ballarat, Victoria, 3350
Phone Number: (03) 5333 1789
Soundwaves Music And More
Shop 2, 144 Bussell Highway, Margaret River, WA, 6285
Phone Number: (08) 9757 3355
30 Garema Place, Canberra, ACT, 2601
Phone Number: (02) 6248 9220
12 Petrie Plaza, Canberra, ACT, 2601
Phone Number: (02) 6247 4844
Johnny The Fox Records
Shop 536, Dirty Jane’s Canberra, 80 Collie St, Fyshwick, ACT, 2609
Phone Number: 0400470858
Canberra Vintage & Collectible Centre
11/90 Barrier Street, Fyshwick, ACT, 2609
Phone Number: 0439390819
Botany St & Altree Ct, Phillip ACT, Canberra, ACT, 2606
Phone Number: (02) 6282 1333
Shop 1A, 28 Primmer Court, Kambah, ACT, 2902
Phone Number: 0431939906
Hiss & Crackle Records
Shop 5, 117 Nelson Street, Wallsend, NSW, 2287
Phone Number: (02) 4001 0583
The Mosh Pit
266 Main Rd, Cardiff, NSW, 2285
Phone Number: (02) 4956 6506
The Edwards Shop
148 Parry St, Newcastle West, NSW, 2302
Phone Number: (02) 4940 0112
Basement, 14 Thorn Street, Newcastle, NSW, 2300
Phone Number: 0432 508 322
103 Darby St, Cooks Hill, Newcastle, NSW, 2300
Phone Number: (02) 4023 2165
Famous Rock Shop
517 – 519 Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW, 2300
Phone Number: (02) 4929 1856
The Press Book House
462 Hunter St, Newcastle, NSW, 2300
Phone Number: 0404497373
Shop 4, 74-84 Tudor Street, Hamilton, Newcastle, NSW, 2303
Phone Number: (02) 49621490
Shop 28, Oceana Walk, 55 Lake St , Cairns, QLD, 4870
Phone Number: 0499077990
536 Goodwood Rd, Daw Park, SA, 5041
Phone Number: (08) 83575363
Shop 3, 213 Unley Road, Malvern, SA, 5061
Phone Number: 0411259336
60 Pulteney St, Adelaide, SA, 5000
Phone Number: (08) 8227 1421
Rerun Records & Photography
Shop 35 Renaissance Arcade, 128 Rundle Mall, Adelaide, SA, 5000
Phone Number: (08) 82236299
Shop 7 Twin Plaza, 22 Twin St, Adelaide, SA, 5000
Phone Number: (08) 8232 0006
Vital Solutions Music
3 Ashwin Parade, Torrensville, SA, 5031
Phone Number: 0410543626
154 Magill Road, Norwood, SA, 5067
Phone Number: (08) 8370 1888
More information about Record Store Day and stores near you can be found at https://www.recordstoreday.com.au/