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May 28

Groovin the MOOvie 2017!

We can’t believe it’s all over. #GTM2017 you’ve been incredible! Thank you to everyone for partying with us for three consecutive weekends in six regions across Australia. We hope you had a blast!

The post-festival blues have well and truly set in, so relive all of the epic festival moments one last time as we present to you, Groovin the MOOvie 2017!

SEE YOU IN 2018!

May 28


Did you have an awesome time at GTM? Do you like winning sweet prizes? Help us make the festival better and better each year by filling out a quick survey and giving us your thoughts!

By entering, you go in the draw to win one of the following:

Major Prize – GTM Weekender Party Prize  

  • 2 x Industry tickets to any GTM 2018 of your choice. (*under 18 tickets will be GA)
  • Accommodation double/twin share for 2 nights in GTM chosen location
  • $500 Virgin Australia Gift Voucher
  • Side of Stage Viewing for one of GTM 2018’s artists
  • Merchandise Gift Pack

 State Specific Prize (one each for SA, WA, VIC, ACT, NSW, QLD) – GTM 2018 Moo Crew Party Prize 

  • 5 x Industry tickets to any GTM 2018 of your choice (*under 18 tickets will be GA)
  • Merchandise Gift Pack

It’s that easy! Survey closes Wednesday 25th June so get your entries in now and voice your opinion!

Enter here to get started.

May 10

Things that have happened at #GTM2017 so far…

The first two weekends of Groovin the Moo have been EPIC! If you came to one of the shows, you’d know that some pretty awesome things have gone down at GTM so far, so we thought we’d give you a quick recap!


Thundamentals x Loyle Carner

Photo credit: James Simpson

Thundamentals x Montaigne

Photo credit: James Simpson

Hayden James x George Maple

Photo credit: Wade Whitington

Slumberjack x K.Flay

Photo credit: Kane Hibberd

Slumberjack x Vera Blue

Photo credit: Brayden Smith


Violent Soho had Grinspoon’s Phil Jamieson join them on stage in Maitland to perform one of Grinspoon’s classics! Watch it here. 


Following this interview Dillon Francis did with, we waited patiently for him to add Daryl Braithwaite’s ‘Horses’ into his set.. and it happened! As you can imagine, it went down a TREAT! Watch the video above.

Video filmed by YeahSure.


Our friend Black Summer dropped by GTM Canberra to give us the EXCLUSIVE first listen of his new track and it’s a BANGER!

May 03

Bendigo, meet your Food & Beverage line-up!

One of the best things about festivals is the selection of food and beverages on offer because you get to treat yo self!

We wanted to help you out by letting you know exactly what selection of food and drinks you’re going to have available BEFORE you get to GTM, that way you can not only plan out which bands you’re going to check out, but also which food trucks!

Warning! This list will cause you to drool…




Extra Dry

Little Creatures Dog Days

James Squire 150 Lashes

Batlow Cider


Craft beer:

Cattleyard Brewing Co – Be one of the first to taste the BRAND NEW Cattleyard Lager!

Bendigo Beer Curated – Holgate Norton Lager, Castlemaine Brewing Frailty Pale Ale and Harcourt Cider



Captain Morgan Spiced Rum

Smirnoff Vodka

Bulleit Bourbon

Bundaburg Rum

Gordons Gin

+ Red Bull



The Avocado Hut* – Gourmet sandwiches & sweet potato fries!

Baby Burgers – Looking for just a little snack, then Baby Burgers is the place for you

Bar Coco Coffee & Ice cream – Exactly as it says. Coffee and Ice cream!

The Big Dumpling/ Food 4 Energy – DUMPLINGS!

Bring n Braai – Traditional South African BBQ!

Dandee Donuts – Hot donuts

EL CHIVI – Uruguayan steak sandwiches

Fiesta^ – Burgers, wraps, desserts, cold drinks

Fresh Mint^ – A selection of fresh Indian cuisine

The Greek Wrap Co.^ – Greek wraps… YUM! Chicken, lamb, falafel, you cant go wrong!

Jay’s Yogurt – Frozen yogurt & smoothies

Jerry’s Vegiburgers^ – This one’s for the vegetarians! Jerry’s is serving up a selection of delicious vege burgers

The Kaiser’s Sausages^ – HOT DOGS!

Loaded – Loaded fries! Bacon, Greek Salad, Parmesan & Garlic and Spicy loaded Fries!

The Market Café – Burgers and classic fast food

MooBaaCluck Gourmet Burgers^ – Gourmet burgers

Nomad Pizza^* – All the Pizza’s you can imagine!

Owens Oven^ – Wood fired Pizza, nachos and noodles! A selection of the best.

Pulled Kitchen – Burgers, chips, pulled pork + more! Vegan options available.

Rub Won Out BBQ – Brisket Roll, Chicken Wings, Pulled Pork roll, Meat Platter, all straight from the BBQ!

Schnitzel Republic – Delicious Schnitzel

Semi-Hard Fromage – RACLETTE! Baguette or potatoes, take your pick

Smokehouse720^ – All BBQ’d on the smoker

Street Dogs and Coffee – Hot Dogs and Coffee

Thai Takeaway – Thai-rific Thai food.

That Arancini Guy – Italian! Spaghetti, Aranchini Balls and marinated BBQ chicken.

Radtke Catering – 6m Octagon BBQ unit




Sherri & Candy’s Milkbar – Cold drinks, milkshakes, iced coffee, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, gelato, ice-cream

Get Slushed – Slushiesssss

The Citrus Factory – Fresh lemonade to give you a boost of energy





^ = Vegetarian friendly

* = Vegan Friendly

April 26

Hello Batlow Cider!

Batlow Cider is back at GTM this year as our national cider partner, all the way from the crisp Snowy Mountains in NSW!

Before you get to the festival, we wanted to indulge you with a few fun facts about Batlow Cider:

  • The Batlow region is the highest altitude and coldest climate apple region in the country which is perfect for growing crisp, crunch apples & producing fresh tasting cider
  • Every apple that goes into a Batlow Cider has been handpicked from within a 30km radius of the Batlow Post Office Box
  • Batlow Cider is made from 100% Batlow apples with no added sugar, concentrate or additives
  • There are 3.5 Batlow apples in every bottle or 4 in every can

Check out the video and share a can in the sunshine with your mates this year at GTM!*

*Available to 18+ patrons only. Drink responsibly. Always recycle.

April 25

Travel Tips From The Bands

Groovin the Moo is all about the road trip. Jumping in the car, putting on some tunes and heading to a new place for some exploring and plenty of memory making moments.

But as you head to these places, it’s only natural that you’d want a heads up on what to do or see! So we enlisted the help of our GTM artists to give you guys top tips for each of the regions on the GTM tour.

First stop on the tour is Allday’s home town of Adelaide, and it’s bustling with fun activities to get around. He keeps his hottest tips a bit of a secret, so if you want to know what to do and where to go, just ask him! “I’m from Adelaide so DM me, I’ve got thousands of tips.”

Hayden James’ uncle owns a café in Maitland called ‘The Favourite Chair’ and he swears it’s the best coffee in town. “My uncle said anyone with a GTM booklet can have their coffees on the house” – pre-GTM fix anyone?

Heading to up North to the Townsville show? Both Allday and Violent Soho recommend pre-event chill out time on Magnetic Island.

The nations capital may be best known for Parliament House and the highly-anticipated visit to ‘Questacon’ during your school years, but Allday has a sweet spot for Sweet Bones Café. Stop in on your way to or from GTM for a treat!

Local WA boys Slumberjack also recommend that during your trip to GTM Bunbury, you swing past the Busselton jetty “Which is a little bit cliché but it’s still worth the effort”. Oh and if you’re road tripping between Perth and Bunbury, The Smith Street Band swear by a little pie shop mid-way along the trip. They didn’t give us a name, just that “It’s f*****g delicious”.

Our travel experts also have some hot tips on road-trip essentials. The Jungle Giants recommend all the classic ingredients to a good time “podcasts, banging playlists and lots of sweet snacks”, similarly Slumberjack recommend, “an AUX cord…Good music turns a hectic trip into beautiful car-aoke with mates”… ‘Africa’ anyone?

And while Amy Shark’s car doesn’t leave without Red Wine and her toothbrush, Allday only packs the essentials “I need to have sunscreen because I’m pale.” Take note people.

Catchya on the road!

April 25

headspace helpdesk

We’re super excited to welcome headspace back to GTM for their 5th year!

Headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation, providing early intervention mental health services to 12-25 year olds all across the country. In 2015/16 alone more than 95,000 young people used headspace services including directly at centres or eheadspace. 1 in 4 young people will experience a mental health problem in a given year so headspace is designed to make it as easy as possible for a young person and their family to get the help they need for problems affecting their wellbeing.

Since 2006, headspace has helped thousands of young Australians and we’re so happy to have them back at Groovin the Moo this year. Thanks to REST Industry Super, headspace is excited to bring back The headspace Help Desk for everyone’s festival-related needs. Go and see the team for free water, phone charging & sunscreen, site maps & set times, a chill-out zone and a photo booth!

April 21


You know that feeling when you’re at a festival and you just feel like you need a spruce up? We’ve all been there. That’s why we’re introducing the Powder Pen across all 6 GTM shows!

The Powder Pen is a place for you to go to chill out and get your hair done – revamped ready to continue partying into the night.

We’ve teamed up with local salons to come along and provide all the expertise in making your hair FAB, with a portion of their proceeds going to their chosen charity… an even better reason to make your way over to the Powder Pen while at Groovin the Moo!

While you’re getting your hair done, relax with a copy of the latest Frankie magazine – hot off the press and delivered to GTM just for the Powder Pen.

We’re also very excited to have all products in the Powder Pen supplied by R+Co.

R+Co is a lifestyle hair care brand that features hairdresser driven formulas and embodies experimentation, design, artistry, passion and curiosity through its design. Their products are the perfect thing to make your new hairstyle last the distance.


Meet your local salons:

WAYVILLE: The lovely ladies from Chilli Hair will be there to provide you with all your hair and make-up needs; from glitter roots to fun buns and everything in between! They will be donating part of their proceeds to Headspace.

Prices start from $5

MAITLAND: Stop by and say hello to the lovely team from Kabuki Hair & Beauty! They’ll be there to give you coloured hair, braids and more. Part of their proceeds will be going to The Children’s Starlight Foundation.

Prices start from $5

TOWNSVILLE: Go see the Beautique Hair Lounge team for touch-ups, top knots, feather hair extensions and so much more! Part of their proceeds go back to The Pyjama Foundation.

Prices start from $5

BENDIGO: Neon Peach will have you covered from everything from speedy straightens to quick curls and braids. They will be donating part of their proceeds to The Brainchild Foundation.

Prices start from $5

CANBERRA: Our favourite Canberra local Cindy Rue will be hanging out in the Powder Pen providing feather hair extension and glittered hairlines. Pop in to say hello and get your hair did. She will be donating part of the proceeds to The Lupus Foundation.

Prices start from $5

BUNBURY: BOYS, this one’s for you! Head to the local Powder Pen for a quick cut or clipper shave thanks to local barber Sweeny Todd. Part of their proceeds will be going to Youth Focus.

Prices start from $10

April 20



We’re super excited to announce that our official APP is now available for download!

Thanks to our mates at Spotify, you can now create your personalised GTM schedule, discover new artists AND get access exclusive content all in the one place.

Log in with your Spotify account to unlock all the features, including discovering new music based on who your friends follow!

Pro-tip: The app works offline! So, when you’re at the festival you’ll be able to check your schedule or the site map or find out any info without an internet connection! WIN!

Download it now on the App Store or Google Play and start planning your day:

April 20

Introducing Cattleyard Lager!

It’s been a busy year at Cattleyard HQ with all things GTM, but have you heard? We’re brewing our own beer! 😱

Cattleyard Lager will be hitting Groovin the Moo 2017 at our Maitland and Bendigo shows for you all to enjoy!* We’ve harvested Australian malts and hops to produce a refreshing taste that reminds us of home… sitting on the back porch, watching the sun set over the rolling hills. It’s the ultimate hangout beer for you and your mates – crafty, light, easy to enjoy and best served bloody cold!

Look out for the teal branding and catch a few cans of this beauty at #GTM2017!


*Available to 18+ patrons only. Drink responsibly. Always recycle.


April 13

When I Grow Up…

When you’re young, you always dream of what you’re going to be when you grow up… from a Ballerina to an Astronaut and everything in between. The artists on our line up are no different!

Before they hit the big time, they too had ambitions and dreams – some of them coming close to where they are today! We asked a few of them what they dreamed of becoming when they were a young’un… here are their answers!



“I wanted to be a basketball player who rapped on the side. Now I’m a rapper who plays basketball on the side so that’s okay.”

Amy Shark

“There were a few… Tennis player, Actress and FBI agent (I was obsessed with Scully and Mulder).”

Hayden James

“When I was a kid I wanted to be a Machinery Vibration Specialist, but in the end I didn’t get the marks so I had to be a musician.”


“Morgan wanted to be a fireman and then aspired to be a stock broker. Fletcher wanted to be a robot scientist and later thought to be a chemical engineer. Look where we are now.”

Wil Wagner from The Smith Street Band

“Exactly what I am now except better looking and more successful!”

James Carter from Snakehips


Sam Hales from The Jungle Giants

“There was a long time there where I wanted to be a jazz drummer. Studied up a lot and started playing in the young jazz band at the Conservatorium of Music in Brisbane.

It was an obsession for a good while and then a friend of mine at school wanted to start a band… That kind of ended the jazz train for me and put me on to writing.”

Michael Richards from Violent Soho

“I always wanted to be a rock star. I got pretty close by becoming a rock drummer which is definitely something I can learn to live with.”

April 11

COWch Sessions!


Got a couch that you don’t need anymore? We’ve got you covered!

We’d love for our locals to bring us their pre-loved couches, and in return we’ll put YOU in the draw to win one of 10 double passes to GTM Bendigo!

Your couch could end up at our official GTM pre-party at The Rifle or at GTM Bendigo!

On Tuesday 2nd May, bring your comfy couch to Prince of Wales showground Bendigo between 12pm – 2pm and our team will be there ready to take it to its new home!

Keen to get involved? Let us know by dropping us an email at

Remember, the couch you bring must be in reasonable condition for it to be accepted.

April 07

Northeast Party House’s Like A Version

The Northeast Party House boys stay woke, covering Childish Gambino’s ‘Redbone’ with a unique twist! The cover features guest vocalist Nkechi Anele and it’s a perfect way to start your Friday morning!

Northeast Party House are bringing the party to #GTM2017 and it’s going to be huuuuge!

Watch them perform their latest single ‘Calypso Beach’ here!

April 07

The Smith Street Band Album Review

The Smith Street Band’s highly anticipated 4th studio album More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me is here. We dive into the rise and fall of a relationship as Wil picks up the pieces and moves on in this cathartic release! *Hint: It’s their best yet.

More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me starts off with a bang. “Forrest” immediately sets a ferocious, driving pace, opening up the album with little room to breathe until “Spent the morning, cleaning my room” clears the air, then dives head first into hit single “Birthdays”. Fan favourite anthem “Death to the Lads” follows, delivering three back to back slamming tracks that absorb you into Wil’s wild, passionate, and poetic world.

The album showcases a reformed Wil. He’s still brutally honest, touching on some hard-hitting topics like mental health in “25”, “It Kills Me To Be Alive” and “Suffer” but his delivery shows a brighter character after coming to terms with emotional grief – he’s made it to the other side. Looking back on his experiences brings out some great examples of his hyperliteral, poetic wordsmith’ery, particularly mid-way through “Passiona”

“I’m absolutely, infinitely more scared of you than you are of me…oh god if it was only that easy to run from what I’ve achieved, I’ve let it define me… This is not work ethic it’s survival technique!”

There’s no shortage of unfiltered self-expression here. At times energetic, other times sobering (“Song For You”) It’s essentially what music is all about and all Smithies fans highly resonate with this universal connection of words, reflecting on the mundane, raw and beautiful moments life holds for us.

The 12-track showcase ends with “Laughing (Or Pretending To Laugh)” documenting where it all began and glimpses over love as its simplest ideal. It’s an endearing reminder that people come and go, but fragments of love remain and they are beautiful, simply in their own right.

More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me romanticises heartbreak with triumph. It’s universally relatable and the boys wear their heart on their sleeve as always, demonstrating deep layered tracks with amazing production values.

We can’t wait for The Smith Street Band to jump on the GTM 2017 tour bus!

Stream the album below!

April 06

Festival Fashion with Montaigne and Op Shop To Runway

GTM is just around the corner, which means that you’ll be starting to think about your festival fashion!

Montaigne and Alex Van Os from Op Shop to Runway have teamed up to show you that your festival outfits can be cheap, unique and one-of-a-kind if you shop at the Red Cross!

Check out the video above, get some #inspo and head to your local Red Cross store pronto!


April 04

Bendigo Set Times!

MOOSFLASH! The GTM 2017 set times are here!

It’s not long now until your GTM adventure begins, so we thought we’d throw you a little surprise to help you start planning your day. Enjoy!

March 28

60 tasty new artists added to our Fresh Produce line up!

A few weeks back, we promised you the final tasty selection of our GTM Fresh Produce smorgasbord, and today we’re delivering!

Joining our already delicious selection of artists taking to the THE PLOT stage in Maitland, Bendigo and Canberra, Hilltown in Wayville, Stranded in Townsville and Mootown and the Silent Disco in Bunbury, please welcome;


HILLTOWN – Wayville, SA




THE PLOT – Maitland, NSW



STRANDED – Townsville, QLD




THE PLOT – Bendigo, VIC




THE PLOT – Canberra, ACT











Keep your eyes peeled to our socials as we’ll be releasing the playing times SO SOON!

In the meantime, head to our website and get to know our Fresh Produce legends.

March 27

Groovin the Moo x Heaps Decent music workshop

Looking for a unique opportunity to accelerate your skills in the music industry?

Applications are now open for local producers, beat makers, lyricists and songwriters between the ages of 15-24 to be a part of this year’s Groovin the Moo x Heaps Decent music workshop series!

The team at Heaps Decent will be collaborating with some special guests from this year’s artist line up to facilitate a music workshop at each event on the 2017 tour.

The workshops will focus on a range of elements such as music production and song writing techniques and will be held backstage on event day at GTM.



Click here to submit your application to be a part of the 2017 workshop!

Applications close 17th April 2017.



All selected participants will be invited to attend a music workshop facilitated by Heaps Decent backstage at GTM with an artist from the 2017 line up.

Workshops will run for approximately 1 hour back stage on event day at GTM.

Times and Artists for each workshop are TBC.



  • The competition opens on the 27th March 2017 and closes on the 17th April 2017
  • All Songwriters, MCs/Producers who submit their entries during this time will be eligible
  • The competition is open to anyone between the ages 15 – 24
  • Up to 15 winners will be chosen to participate in each workshop by the team at Heaps Decent in consultation with Groovin the Moo
  • Winners will be notified within 1 week of the closing date
  • The prize consists of the following:
    • 1 x general admission ticket to Groovin the Moo
    • Participation in a music workshop facilitated by Heaps Decent with an artist from the GTM 2017 line up
  • The prize is not transferable or redeemable for cash
  • No replacement will be offered in the event that the prize cannot be claimed on the stipulated dates
  • Winners will be responsible for their transport to and from the festival site, accommodation, incidentals, and food. Groovin the Moo and Heaps Decent are not responsible for winners’ costs
  • Judges decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into


For further enquiries please contact


March 17

Friday treats for your ears!

We’ve been absolutely spoilt this morning with both Amy Shark AND Allday dropping new singles and we couldn’t be more stoked!

After scoring the #2 spot in triple j’s Hottest 100 for her single ‘Adore’, Amy Shark has had all eyes on her waiting to see what she would release next. ‘Weekends’ premiered yesterday on triple j with Veronica and Lewis and the praise came streaming through!

We’re big fans of this track. It retains the lyrical style we’ve come to love from the Queenslander and is backed by electronic percussions. “’Weekends’ is an extremely personal song,” she says. “I actually wrote the guitar part about five years ago which sounds crazy, but I couldn’t think of any lyrics good enough to match the guitar so I let it go for so many years, until now!”

‘Weekends’ it’s the first taste of her upcoming EP Night Thinker which is due out on 21st April! Pre-order available now.


Allday delivered ‘In Motion (feat. Japanese Wallpaper)’, which is a softer side to Allday then we’ve seen as of late and it’s definitely working for him. When we first heard rumours of the two Melbourne musicians collaborating, we were intrigued as to what it would sound like, but ‘In Motion’ is a beauty. Allday’s distinctive vocals backed in by Japanese Wallpaper’s ethereal electronic production just works, and we REALLY hope there’s more to come from these two. People are frothing over the collab.

Allday has also just announced his new album Speeding which will, like Amy Shark, be released on 21st April! Pre-order available now.


Both tunes have been added to our Spotify playlist – listen below!

March 17

Milky Chance ‘Blossom’ Review

Did someone say new Milky Chance? Blossom drops today and we’re here to give you our thoughts on the German duo’s sophomore outing!

It’s been quite some time since we’ve heard from Clemens Rehbein and Philipp Dausch.

Two years on the road, away from friends and new additions to the family, including Dausch bringing a daughter into the world, has all helped define who Milky Chance are in their 2017 release. The overall vibe of Blossom is a refinement what you’ve come to expect with heaps of feel good, catchy pieces from the pair out of Kassel.

Rehbein dedicates the album and title track “Blossom” to his daughter. The recurring motif of growth and maturation can be heard all throughout the album, particularly when the first track finally fades in, it blooms with a sweeping sample of their staple electronic infused indie folk, giving us that memorable sound we all know and adore.

If you don’t already feel like you’re riding a giant cloud of good vibes, “Ego” will get you bouncing, and better yet “Firebird” will have you literally swaying through the sky with jovial string arrangements and dense, determined lyrics.

“Doing Good” takes a slightly more serious turn. The band plays off the notion of feeling less than good and protecting your emotions under the guise that you’re feeling good or fine. It’s an introspective piece, driving home feelings of potential isolation, not being grounded while touring and trying to find a balance in life.

There are a number of new elements and worldly instruments present in the album, including conga drums, Spanish guitars and backing voices chanting through “Clouds”. The carefully arranged and distinctly European sound is ever so present throughout Blossom.

Rehbein strips these elements back with an intimate ballad in “Stay” leaving his raspy vocals and acoustic guitar to duel, with similarly fantastic results in the beautiful key stroker, “Piano Song”.

The lovely Izzy Bizu jumps in for a feature mid-album, flipping the formula with an almost poppy electronic jam “Bad Things” and of course their staple “Cocoon” completes the circle of where Milky Chance have come from with tighter, refined sounds.

Milky Chance have grown up in the three years since 2014’s Sadnecessary. You get older, find love, have children. Life happens. Blossom tries new ideas without forgetting what made them so great in the first place and is met with resounding success.


You’re going to absolutely love the new album! Blossom is a crowd pleaser that’ll have GTM fans chanting from beginning to end.

Blossom is available now on Spotify, so check it out!


March 14

Delivery! Fresh Produce has arrived

We’re super excited to introduce our Fresh Produce – a tasty sample of some of the newest and most exciting artists from around the country! The delectable selection means that a handful of incredible artists, including the recently announced triple j Unearthed winners, will be added to each Groovin the Moo show!

Please welcome, our Fresh Produce artists for 2017;

Wayville, SA



Maitland, NSW

DEAN LEWIS | GLADES | INTROVERT (triple j Unearthed)


Townsville, QLD



Bendigo, VIC


SLUM SOCIABLE | TUSK (triple j Unearthed)

Canberra, ACT


POLOGRAPHIA | SLOW TURISMO (triple j Unearthed)

Bunbury, WA

LUKE FOX (triple j Unearthed) | MORGAN BAIN | POW! NEGRO




Want to get to know our newest GTM 2017 additions better? Head to our line up page to learn about and listen to your newest friends!

Stay tuned for the final course of our Fresh Produce buffet, which will be served up in a few weeks. This will include over 60 legendary DJs who will join our Marshalls at THE PLOT stage in Maitland, Bendigo and Canberra, Hilltown in Wayville, Stranded in Townsville and Mootown in Bunbury.


March 09

Get acquainted with Graffin the Moo!

Every year at Groovin the Moo, we engage artists in the local communities to get involved with sprucing up our fence lines in an initiative we like to call ‘Graffin the Moo’.

Graffin the Moo is all about supporting local street artists who live in the regions we visit each year, giving them the opportunity to engage with our artwork, line-up and audience by offering them space to paint and create.

Working with both emerging and established artists, they support each other with their work and even take it upon themselves to mentor one another, or even help each other finish their piece. Graffiti breaks down barriers between young people and provides a medium for like-minded individuals to connect and create. Writing on caves and walls (and now festival fence lines!) is one of the old practices of self-expression by humankind and we’re so proud to work with these artists to do just that!

For the first time GTM will be collaborating with Ironlak to deliver premium spray paint to each participating street artist nationally. To assist with delivering the perfect balance of health and performance our paint mates have created ‘Sugar’, which is a mixture of hybrid water and alcohol based formulation. It is a healthier alternative for the environment and artist alike. We are stoked to be covering our fence lines in the stuff!

Which artists will be spraying the fence lines in your region you ask? Here they are!


Ryan Petik aka Zedr is a South Australian aerosol artist who has been fooling around with spray paint since he was 12 years old. He has since developed a unique style and various techniques which define him as an artist.

Mount Barker High was developed to engage young people from South Australia’s Adelaide Hills who are either at risk of disengaging from school or who are already disengaged. The college offers the chance to complete their education using adult learning principles in a flexible learning environment.


Hyve Mynd are a Newcastle based group of artists that create both passive and interactive installations. You may have seen their street art inspired murals featured at festivals and on the streets of Newcastle and Sydney. 


The Youth Network NQ is a not-for-profit organisation based in Townsville that is an advocate for young people and youth services providers. They also run a range of engagement activities around the community to connect with young people.


Hiphopportunities was founded by experienced Bendigo youth workers as an alternative way of engaging with young people in their communities. Under the guidance of mentor Jara Lewis, they’ll be showcasing their graffiti style and adding colour to their community


Commit No Nuisance is an interchangeable collection of drop out creatives and artists of ill repute. Every now and again they dedicate a little time to brightening the surfaces of Canberra and run a series of live art battles at the local dive bar ‘La De Da’.


Local street artist Dee Mosca works with Stirling Street Art Centre students to bring the scrim fence to life! As well as tutoring workshops at SSAC, she practices her own art and design work in her spare time.

Josh Raven enjoys working with the highly detailed style of hyperrealism portraits as well as creating large scale murals using a range of media. He strives to create pieces that have the ability to evoke powerful emotions in both himself and those who come to experience his work.


So when you’re at GTM, rather than just walking past the fence lines, why not stop and take a minute to appreciate the art and the work that our artists put into it! PLUS, they make a GREAT selfie backdrop 😉



One of our favourite memories was In 2012 when the boys from Hiphopportunities did a little tribute piece to Public Enemy and were asked by Chuck D to get up on stage and hold up the piece of fence line whilst the group performed around them.


Thanks to Sam Kim for featuring in the video!

March 08

Get to know our GTM 2017 Marshalls

If you were at GTM 2016, you’d probably agree when we say The Meeting Tree were going to be hard to top, but we are currently patting ourselves on the back with this year’s group of legends taking on the role of GTM Marshalls. So without hesitation, it’s time to introduce you to them!



“Less chin-stroking, more dancing.

Melbourne DJ and disco veteran CC:DISCO! has paved her way for the Melbourne dance scene, and continues to forge her way with her eclectic taste and forward thinking selections. 

Obsessed with radio and music as a child, she began working in radio at age 15 and soon after came records and DJ’ing. Her weekly Friday night show for PBS FM Radio called ‘Smoke and Mirrors’ has amassed a huge following and covers all her latest quality music selections, with a host of special guests including Harvey Sutherland, Suzanne Kraft and Andras Fox.

It’s been a heafty Summer for CC:DISCO! thus far, winding down 2016 with a handful of sold out parties and festival slots, her momentum only continues with her recent East Coast tour and the icing on her disco-fuelled cake with Groovin the Moo.



Maitland locals, Kinder – consisting of sisters Briony and Savannah Osei have been packing out dance floors with their high energy sets and are on a fast route to success, playing a mixture of G House, Tech House, Future Bass and Trap.

The pair formed in 2015 after winning a local DJ comp to support the MASHD N KUTCHER boys, and since then they’ve been grinding to establish themselves in the Sydney scene. Frequenting venues including: World Bar, Chinese Laundry, Kings Cross Hotel, Pacha Sydney and gathering a slew of festival slots including This That, Mountain Sounds, Groovin the Moo 2016 and THE PLOT (where they killed it on the 2150 stage!)

The girls recently supported international DJ’s NGHTMRE and Marshmellow, further cementing their big plans for 2017 including work on a debut EP and jumping on tour with GTM!


Liz Cambage

Olympic basketball legend Liz Cambage has swapped slam dunks for slammin’ sets behind the decks!

DJ Liz Cambage is already in full effect, compiling a short but sweet resume including hosting a set at last year’s exclusive Birdcage Marquee at the Melbourme Cup and supports for international rapper Desiigner’s FOMO sideshows. Expect this baller turned beat selector’s sets to be filled with house party and hip-hop jams that’ll get you fizzed! We can’t wait to have you Liz!



Young Sydney creative and now FBI Radio and triple j radio presenter Luen Jacobs is proof that hard work and dedication pays off. She’s worked her way up to become an integral figure in the Sydney music scene with no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Her early work consisted of band management, touring, throwing some killer parties and releasing mixtapes through her own project ‘Hand Games Music’.

A regular supporter of the local music scene, DJ’ing tunes weekly, she’s cultivated a brand synonymous with new underground Australian music. She’s landed festival slots from Splendour in the Grass and Falls Festival, to supports for Little Dragon and Sky Ferreira.

With a mix of hip-hop, trap, house and electronica, LUEN is an exciting talent we’re proud to present.



Melbourne-based DJ, event curator, radio presenter and all round music connoisseur, MzRizk, is renowned for her ongoing contributing efforts to Melbourne’s rich cultural and music landscape. She’s one of the busiest DJ’s in the biz, supporting Aussie acts from the likes of Remi, Hiatus Kaiyote, and international artists Badbadnotgood, Mos Def, Public Enemy, The Daptones, Bilal, Maseo (De La Soul), Common and many more.

MzRizk has scored slots at Glastonbury Festival in the UK, Womadelaide, International Soul Summit, AWME, Soundwave (Croatia), Big Day Out, and numerous other events across Australia.

Closer to home, she curates the Block Party and Hip Hop High Tea series, and uses these events as a platform to showcase emerging and established artists to give them an audience.

Her weekly Urban Fervour show on Kiss FM consistently showcases the best local and international jazz, funk, soul, hip-hop and global sounds. MzRizk is also a regular fixture on both Triple R FM and PBS FM rosters.

We’re stoked to have such a pivotal woman in music marshalling our tour. Welcome MzRizk!


Feature Image Photo credit: Austin Soleil

March 03

Methyl Ethel ‘Everything is Forgotten’ Review

Methyl Ethel’s brand spanker ‘Everything Is Forgotten’ dropped this morning and it’s everything you’ve come to love from the Perth outfit, with a few unique twists along the way.

After being intro’d to the new album via singles “No. 28”, “Ubu” and “L’Heure des Sorcières” recently, it was becoming pretty clear that Everything is Forgotten was shaping up to be a more confident Methyl Ethel than ever.

Opening track “Drink Wine” cruises into your earwaves and builds into an upbeat, synth heavy and almost tropical introduction, celebrating what’s to come and easing you into the diverse soundscape of tones present throughout the album.

It then drifts into recent single “Ubu” which features tight vocals and is a dance-worthy addition to your reg playlist. If you haven’t already heard it, have fun trying to get lyrics “why’d you have to go and cut your hair” out of your head after the first play (guilty).

After setting a delicate pace with “No. 28”, Webb goes on to evoke an otherworldly sensation on “Femmes Maison/One Man House” with dreamy vocals. The album then hits a grungy territory with ‘L’Heure des Sorcières’ before it once again strips everything back during ‘Act Of Contrition’.

What follows is an eclectic combination of tracks that allow us to not only explore Webb’s vocals and his compelling writing but also gives us a chance to really embrace the smooth rollercoaster of sounds the band have delved into on the album – pop, indie, psychedelic, disco, the list goes on.

As we reach the end of the ride/the final track on the sophomore album, we’re introduced to a spacey synth-driven track that encompasses everything we’ve heard across the previous 10 tunes. “Schlager” ties the album all together nicely, like it’s the bow on top of a package, and what a package it is!

Everything is Forgotten is a vivid and compelling 11-track anthology of dream-pop with twists of grungy tones, all forming this driving journey that shows us just how refined Methyl Ethel have become since 2015’s ‘Oh Inhuman Spectacle’. We guess you could say we’re BIG fans of the boys and their new album.

Get your ears around the album now and add Methyl Ethel to you ‘must-see’ list at GTM 2017!

February 28

Introducing GTM’s Bendigo Commoonity Program for 2017

At the heart of GTM’s festival philosophy is the desire to showcase and support communities and regions. GTM’s Community Program has been developing organically each year and we’re thrilled to announce what we’ve got in store for Bendigo in 2017!

Graffin the Moo

GTM engages the skills of local street artists to help transform the black fence line scrim into creative masterpieces! For the first time GTM will be collaborating with Ironlak to deliver premium spray paint to each participating street artist nationally. Hiphopportunities will return again in 2017, facilitating a series of workshops throughout March and April, developing ideas and stencil art inspired by the GTM artwork. Local teacher Jara Lewis will lead a team of artists from the area who will come onto the festival site two days prior to the event to transfer their creations onto the fence lines.

GTM x Heaps Decent Future Musicians Workshops

Heaps Decent is a dynamic arts organisation who work with young people and emerging artists, providing mentorship, advice and support. These total legends have been collaborating with GTM for the last 5 years holding workshops at each festival. During the event, an artist from the line up is selected to conduct a workshop backstage with a group of upcoming producers, beat makers, lyricists and songwriters aged between 15-24 from each region. Keep an eye on our website – applications to be a part of these groups will open in the coming weeks.

Installation Project

Local artist RARAGrace (a.k.a. Tara Kingston) will be creating a large scale milk carton which will provide the perfect meeting point for GTM Bendigo patrons. The artwork is titled “Moosical Milk” and it will be created and installed with the help of volunteers from the area.

Ticket Exchange

Horizon House: The fine people at Horizon House provide temporary and long term accommodation for young people aged 16-22 who are experiencing homelessness or who are living in undesirable circumstances.

Haven; Home, Safe: Haven is an integrated continuum of housing services and support programs for displaced and disadvantaged Victorians who are passionate about providing services to everyone regardless of ethnicity, language, gender, age, cultural background, religion or sexuality. 

Work Experience

Our work experience groups for Bendigo include La Trobe Univesity, FReeZa, Yo Bendigo and Castlemaine College will gain experience in a range of areas including Artist Liaison, Publicity, Production and festival bump in and bump out.

Local Fundraisers

The Lions Club of Strathfieldsaye will again be managing the car park in exchange for a donation and The Rotary Club of Bendigo Sandhurst will be hosting a BBQ.


We’re stoked to be working with these INCREDIBLE groups this year, so make sure you stop to say hello and have a chat when you see them at the festival, and don’t forget to grab a selfie with the giant milk carton!

February 24


If you thought ‘Ubu’ was going to be hard to beat, let us introduce you to the Perth band’s new track ‘L’Heure des Sorcières’.

Methyl Ethel continue to prove themselves as a truly unique band with this psychedelic-pop jam. ‘L’Heure des Sorcières’ (which is French for “The Witches’ Hour’) shares a side of the band that is dark and fantastical, with frontman Jake Webb’s filtered vocals descending low into the mix to erupt soaring over a surging, foreboding arrangement.

The track makes us want to clear a dance floor and flail ourselves around with our eyes closed until the sun comes up, and if ya’ll feel the same (which you will after listening to it), it’s going to make for one hell of a set when the band hit the stage at GTM!

The band’s upcoming album ‘Everything Is Forgotten’ drops NEXT FRIDAY (March 3rd) and we’re so keen for it. So prepare yourself and get your froth levels on the rise by listening to ‘L’Heure des Sorcières’ right now:

February 16


If you thought we were done with surprises, think again! We’re STOKED to announce that we’ve added PNAU to the GTM 2017 line up!

The long and successful creative force of Nick Littlemore, Peter Mayes and Sam Littlemore returned to their PNAU roots in 2016, dropping their first single in over fours years “Chameleon” (#11 in triple j’s Hottest 100). Whatta TUUUUUNE. Check out the stunning video clip above.

The acclaimed electronic act, who previously delivered you tunes such as “Embrace,” “Baby” and “Solid Ground”, have been hard at work and the boys show no signs of slowing down this year, hinting at a new album. If “Chameleon” is anything to go by, we’re in for an absolute TREAT!

Get ready for PNAU to take you on a spiritual journey as they make their GTM debut in 2017!

February 14


It’s Valentine’s Day and what better gift to receive than one from The Smith Street Band!

If you’re a fan of Melbourne foursome, you may have received a cute Valentine’s Day Birthday card in the post containing this message:


Happy Birthday’s for February 14th!

Lots of love,

 The Smith Street Band”

Wondering what that was all about?

It was all alluding to today’s trio of surprises! The boys announced their new album More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me alongside a little gift in the form of lead single “Birthdays” and it’s accompanying video.

“Birthdays”, which is their follow up to previous single “Death To The Lads” (#21 on triple j’s Hottest 100), finds poetic front man Wil Wagner “being positive for once”.

“There’s no despair or hopelessness in this one, he’s wearing the positivity on his sleeve. It’s a song about love and growing up – a constant theme in Wil’s songwriting” says drummer Chris Cowburn (via triple j).

 It’s an empowering and joyful tune that follows Wil’s chance encounter with a stranger on a pier in Hobart. Cowburn says to “expect more of the same” from their signature heartfelt punk sound along with some new tweaks on their forthcoming album.

Accompanying the new tune is a quirky but charming music video that follows the adventures of a young girl and her robot best friend! It’s adorable and we love it. You should watch the full video above, STAT.

The Melbourne band’s fourth studio outing was recorded in California and will be released on April 7th under their own label, Pool House Records. It’s available for pre-order now.

You can catch The Smith Street lads belting out the sounds of their new album at GTM 2017!

February 10


After releasing their hit single “Cocoonin November last year (#12 in triple j’s Hottest 100) and “Doing Good” earlier this year, Milky Chance have today released “Ego”, another taste of their forthcoming album “Blossom”.

The latest offering from the German two-piece does not differ from their thoughtful and catchy lyrics, it’s a song about distance that is impossible to overcome. In classic Milky Chance form, the track is an earworm of the best kind.

Listen to the bouncy new single now:

Blossom will be released on March 17, 2017 (giving you enough time to learn the lyrics for Groovin the Moo!) and is available for pre-order now. However, if you’re like us and just can’t get enough of them, the duo have released an interactive website where you can delve into the making of Milky Chance, how they make music and what’s behind their new album. Check it out!

P.S. It’s Friday, so lets flashback to this clip of the duo performing Taylor Swifts “Shake It Off” for triple j’s Like A Version back in 2005. It’s still so good!

February 09


With just over three months until genre defying hip-hop legend K.Flay hits Australian shores for GTM 2017, she’s unveiled a dark new track “Black Wave”.

K.Flay describes the origins of Black Wave as facing something immense and menacing and choosing not to cower, but to rise up.” It’s an up beat, fire-fuelled banger from the L.A. based artist.

Alongside her latest track, she’s announced her second full-length album Every Where is Some Where to be released on April 7th. In addition, she gives us an insight into the album’s title; in writing this album, I thought a lot about the places that shape us, and how, in turn, we shape those places in our minds.” You can read K.Flay’s full statement here.

Don’t miss K.Flay at Groovin the Moo 2017! Tickets on sale NOW!!

February 02


Before GTM 2017 hits the road, it’s time to get to know Loyle Carner.

Benjamin Coyle-Larner, better known as Loyle Carner, is a 21-year-old British MC based out of South London. He calls having dyslexia and mispronouncing his surname, á la Loyle Carner a ‘happy accident’, but what’s no accident is the cut through effect this emerging emcee is having on the UK scene right now. FYI: Nas, Joey Badass and Tom Misch are just a few artists Carner has toured with and supported in his short time on the scene.

‘Old school but honest’ are his words to live by and this transcends into his sincere and raw breakthrough 2014 EP A Little Late. He was placed on numerous ‘Ones To Watch’ lists for 2016 and it’s not surprising, given his honest and poetic approach to lyricism.

“A lot of my favourite records are by artists such as Mos Def, who have shown that it’s OK to open up. To be honest, there was never really a moment where I wanted to write any other way.” Loyle Carner has defined himself through overcoming challenging circumstances and this resonates through all aspects of his music.

He’s no stranger to the rap game, stringing sentences on the fly since the tender age of 10. Growing up feeling misunderstood, to dealing with dyslexia and ADHD, Carner struggled to channel his hyperactive energy productively until he found a love for cooking, poetry and music.

“Being dyslexic, I struggled with writing critically, but I could always write creatively. With creative writing, you’re not judged as much on spelling or form or structure; any mistakes almost add to the poem. It was kind of my little place where I could get away and colour outside the lines.”

 Carner can definitely whip up a feast! It’s his outlet away from music, bringing him clarity, focus and occupying his mind. He’s even teamed up with GOMA, starting up a cooking school for kids with ADHD to provide the same kind of kinetic experience to others as it brings to him.

I think that’s what is important: not doing one thing until it’s done and then doing something else, I think that’s where some people fall short. I think it’s where I’ve fallen short before. Doing loads of things at the same time is how you keep things interesting and as soon as one thing gets a bit long, you leave it for a sec and go do something else, come back to it when it feels fresh again.”

Loyle Carner released his debut album Yesterday’s Gone at the beginning of 2017 and it highlights an honest perspective on “what it’s like to be 20 in London; the depressors, the positives, the negatives.” It is a work of melancholic beauty and each track sets a scene, taking you on a musical journey through a diverse range of genres beginning with gospel anthem “Isle of Arran” and immediately mellowing it out in the next track “Mean it in the Morning.” His creativity is incredibly refreshing and produces a relatable, slice of life through typical feelings we feel at some stages throughout our lives.

Loyle Carner is a MUST SEE at Groovin the Moo 2017!

For your chance to win a copy of his debut album, click here.

January 30


Firmly established as a three weekend journey of road-tripping and memory-making moments, Groovin the Moo (GTM) is returning for its 13th year this April and May! Heading to six locations around the country, GTM brings the party to you for a full day of incredible music and seriously fun times. With all of this in mind, we can’t hold it in any longer!

Please welcome your GTM 2017 artists, in alphabetical order;










Marshalled by:



Plus triple j Unearthed, Fresh Produce artists and
Community programs to be announced!

Our line up for GTM 2017 welcomes a huuuuuuuge contingent of some of our country’s finest – just look at the triple j Hottest 100 results! Taking to our stages will be Amy Shark (#2 “Adore”), Tash Sultana (#3 “Jungle” and #32 “Notion”), The Smith Street Band (#21 “Death To The Lads”), Montaigne (#25 “Because I Love You”) and GTM alumni Violent Soho (#14 “Viceroy” plus four other tracks!) who will close our outdoor stages in true Hell F&*k Yeah style!

This year, we’re chuffed to host a bunch of incredible artists from overseas. There’s a huge variety on offer; from The Darkness (UK) who will bring their relentless mix of riffarama and effortless haute couture, to 21-year-old emcee Loyle Carner (UK) who is heading down under for the first time. Milky Chance (GER) will travel with a stack of tracks from their soon to be released album, Blossom including current smash single “Cocoon” (#12 Hottest 100). Returning to the GTM tour for the 2nd time are our good friends The Wombats (UK), who will be calling on you to help them celebrate their 10th anniversary.

triple j Unearthed

As we are every year, we’re on the lookout for ONE artist from each area the festival stops in to add to the 2017 line up. Past winners include legends like SAFIACoda Conduct, and Timberwolf, and we’re excited to find even more regional gems in 2017!

To be in the running, all you’ve gotta do is have your best tunes up on the Unearthed website by Midnight on February 26th.

More info here. Good luck!


We’re thrilled to announce that The Wombats (UK) have jumped on board for SHOOT THE MOO 2017!

For more details and to enter, visit the website.


We’re still herding up our Cattle Crew! If you’re keen to be a part of our crew, head here for more information.


Wednesday 1 February 9am local time – Saturday 4 February 5pm local time:
GTM 2017 National Pre-sale
(Pre-sale code released via our Instagram story from 5pm today. Add @groovinthemoo on Instagram to get it!)

Tuesday 7 February 9am local time:
Wayville/Maitland/Townsville tickets on sale

Wednesday 8 February 9am local time:
Bendigo/Canberra/Bunbury tickets on sale

GTM is a licensed all ages event and recommended for persons 16 years and older. If you’re under 16, please check with your parents before purchasing a ticket.

Check out our Spotify playlist and start getting pumped for #GTM2017!

January 29

GTM 2017 tickets – What you need to know

With only 8 days until the GTM 2017 line-up announcement drops, we thought we’d give you the heads up on a few key deets for when tickets go on sale!

Here’s what you need to know:


Our pre-sale tickets go on sale from 1st February 9:00am local time.

Tickets are $99.90 + booking fee.
(Note: Pre-sale ends Saturday 4th February at 5:00pm local time unless allocation exhausted prior)

To get access to these bad boys you’ll need a pre-sale code, which you can find by heading to our Instagram @groovinthemoo from 5pm (AEDT) on the 31st Jan and checking out our Instagram story!

Pre-sale tickets available from


Wayville, Maitland and Townsville! General admission tickets go on sale from 7th February 9:00am local time.
Bendigo, Canberra, Bunbury – you can grab yours on 8th February, 9:00am local time.

Ticket price is $105.90 + booking fee
Available from


Udder Mayhem tickets are available at all GTM shows.

You’ll be treated to an exclusive hangout area featuring your own bar and viewing platform to catch an intimate view of your fave acts! Plus the bonus of your own private toilets (always a win!)

Ticket price is $165.00 + booking fee
(Note: Udder Mayhem tickets are strictly available to patrons 18 years and over)
Available from

Oh, and if you haven’t already – don’t forget to sign up for a Moshtix account ahead of sale day to make purchasing that much easier!

GTM is a licensed, all ages event. BUT if you’re under 16 years of age, be sure to check with your parents before buying your ticket.

Keep your eyes on our social channels for the line-up announcement January 31st!

Can’t wait to see you soon!

January 29

GTM’s South Australian show moooves to a new venue!

GTM are so excited to be heading back to stunning South Australia in 2017 for the 4th year running, however, this year there are a few changes!

Firstly, as you may have already noticed, we are thrilled to be kicking off the 2017 tour in South Australia on the new date of Friday 28th April! This new date not only means our SA crew will be getting an extra special GTM long weekend, it also allows the festival to avoid artist schedule clashes with other international festivals, resulting in a diverse and exciting line up for all GTM events. The GTM team is creating a bunch of parties to make the most of the special long weekend – so stay tuned to our socials for more info on this to come!

Secondly, we’re stoked to announce we’re moooving to a new location – say hello to our new home of Adelaide Showground, Wayville! The new location is super accessible by public and private transport (the showground has its very own train station), giving even more South Australians the opportunity to attend GTM.

Having established solid relationships with the Adelaide Hills and Oakbank communities, GTM will continue to support the local businesses and residents, welcoming back food and beverage providers including Udder Delights and Pirate Life, to name a few. GTM will also welcome new partners and food and beverage providers from all over the state. To ensure the new home of GTM is as easy as possible to get to for those loyal customers local to the Adelaide Hills area, the GTM team will be offering a free return shuttle bus service to the Adelaide Showground. Stay tuned for more info on this one.

Already purchased your ticket in the Christmas pre-sale?

For those keen GTMers who purchased tickets to Oakbank in the Christmas pre-sale, don’t stress! Your tickets will be reissued from moshtix with the new venue details in early February.

Want to start the festivities early?

Come join us for our South Australia GTM Hottest 100 Party at The Alma Tavern in Norwood! The party kicks off at 10am next Thursday 26th January, PLUS we’re giving away 100 tickets to GTM Wayville, but you gotta be in it to win it, so get on down there! For more details, head to our Facebook event page.

Got a question?

If you have any questions relating to South Australia’s date or venue change, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us –

We can’t wait to see your smiling faces again this year!

January 29


Do you love being behind the lens and are keen to moove into a career of professional photography? GTM is offering Australia’s most promising young photographers the opportunity to SHOOT THE MOO!

Returning for its fourth year, SHOOT THE MOO offers budding snappers aged between 16 – 25 the opportunity to shoot one of the artists from the GTM 2017 line up from the photography pit, under the guidance of one of GTM’s official tour photographers.

You’ll also win 2 x tickets to your local GTM and a meet and greet with the artist. Entries are now open at! We received over 1000 entries last year, so we suggest you get a moove on.


1. Head to and submit your full contact details, as requested

2. Submit three of your finest photos

3. Tell us in 150 words or less why you should win

Submissions will close the week of 13th February, with winners announced early March. Terms and conditions apply.

Happy snapping!

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