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March 25

Shoot The Moo and Film the Moo 2019

Are you a young creative looking to get more hands-on experience in live music?

GTM is very happy to once again be offering Australia’s most promising young photographers and videographers the opportunity to get into the photographer’s pit at your local GTM to snap one of the artists on our touring line up!

Before jumping into the photographer’s pit, the lucky Shoot the Moo winners at each event will score one-on-one time with GTM’s official tour photographer to learn some tricks of the trade, while the Film the Moo winners will have the opportunity to pick the brains of GTM’s official tour videographer during their one-on-one time.

If you’re aged 16-25 and have a keen eye for photography or videography, we want you to apply!


  1. Head to – scroll to the bottom of the page
  2. Select either ‘photos‘ or ‘videos‘ then fill out all the fields
  3. Hit the ‘Submit’ button!

Entries are open NOW and close at 12noon on Monday 8th April, 2019. Terms and conditions apply.


  • One-on-one time with GTM’s touring photographer or videographer
  • Access to the photographer’s pit under the guidance of GTM’s touring photographer or videographer to snap one of the artists on the touring line up
  • A GTM merch pack, valued at $120
  • 2 x Udder Mayhem tickets for you and a friend to your local GTM (if you’re under 18 you will receive GA tickets)

Shoot the Moo T&Cs

Film the Moo T&Cs


Good luck!

March 24


It’s true. After a year in the making, our favourite dance duo SOFI TUKKER have released new single ‘Fantasy’ and you guessed it, it’s an absolute dreamer.

“Fantasy” is the first major release we’ve heard from SOFI TUKKER since their debut album Treehouse which was released nearly a year ago, which was also nominated for a GRAMMY award. Straight away, you can tell that this song definitely marks the start of a new sound from the pair, of which Tucker describes as “a little more epic”.

On this song, the duo say, “Once you have built up a whole imagination about somebody (or something), you may think you have to risk your life and put all your energy into achieving it. But then when you get there, it’s not what you thought it was at all. In the end, it’s all about the journey. That’s what the video is about: we are on a journey to realise our fantasies, and we have to overcome obstacles to get there, but when we finally reach the goal, we instantly get transported to another world.”

Check out the video below, and if you couldn’t tell by the big “To be continued” at the end of the video, we should be expecting more music from SOFI TUKKER in the coming months – hopefully with more of those “old-school Indiana Jones mixed with futuristic Avatar” outfits!

We cannot wait to hear this one performed live at GTM 2019 and on their headline Australian tour tour this May!



March 19

Motel Minute with G Flip

We caught up with G Flip to find out her fears, how she maintains mindfulness and what the highlight of her day usually is. Check it out below!

March 19

Say hello to your triple j Unearthed winners!

As has become ritual, triple j Unearthed have been scouring Australia for the best up and coming talent to help us open up each of our local shows.

The search is over! Say hey to all six of your triple j Unearthed winners for 2019!


Wayville – Pinkish Blu


Maitland – Fritz


Canberra – Kirklandd


Bendigo – yergurl


Townsville – TheOutdoorz


Bunbury – Grace Armstrong

March 14

Here’s what to expect from Duckwrth

Ever wondered what a Duckwrth set is like? The lucky peeps in Bunbury were treated to a sneaky Duckwrth set last year. His energetic set and spicy dance moves got the crowd going and we couldn’t resist adding him to the full tour this year!


Check him out below:


March 13

Motel Minute with John Floreani from Trophy Eyes

We caught up with John Floreani from Trophy Eyes to find out his secret skills, guilty pleasures, how he maintains mindfulness and so much more. Check it out below!


March 12

Get To Know: Rejjie Snow

What does Ireland and hip-hop have in common? Not a whole lot, until now. Cue, Rejjie Snow. Before you head to your nearest Groovin the Moo for 2019, take a seat and get to know five of our fave tracks from the Irish rapper.


23 – ft. Caroline Smith

Featuring smooth production and slice-of-life lyrics, the song encapsulates the simplicity and complications of love. ‘23’ is an infectious, whistle filled duet from Rejjie Snow and Caroline Smith and is a great example of Rejjie’s versatility, seamlessly bridging the gap between hip-hop, rap & pop. If you aren’t whistling along by the end of the track, you’re doing it wrong!



‘ACID TRIP’ definitely has a Kanye/Kid Cudi feel to it with powerful basslines and a constant dip in and out of auto tune. It’s another showcase of Snow’s ability to adopt a wide variety of sounds and the song itself sounds like a hazy dream, with the recurring theme of love present throughout.


Purple Tuesday – ft. Joey Badass and Jesse Boykins III

A track with Rejjie Snow, Joey Bada$$ and Jesse Boykins III was always destined to be something special. It’s lyrically conscious, smooth, jazzy rap with each artist holding their own and coming together perfectly. Jesse Boykins rounds it out with a classy sprinkle of baritone hooks and delightful backup vocals. It’s a vibe.


1992 – Loyle Carner

A personal favourite at GTM HQ, ‘1992’ features GTM alumni Loyle Carner and Snow going at it verse for verse with a slick, old school backing track. They’re the perfect match on this chill-rap track and we recommend putting this one on repeat!


Egyptian Luvr – ft. Aminé and Dana Williams

‘Egyptian Luvr’ is an instant bop. This is partly thanks to legendary producer Kaytranada behind the beat, alongside a feature from another GTM alumni, Aminé. It’s a soulful cut that is tied together with a dreamy hook from Dana Williams. The track oozes cool, but reveals a deeper meaning about last moments and not knowing what the future holds.

You can catch Rejjie Snow at GTM 2019!





March 06

Carb-load on Angie McMahon’s new dish ‘Pasta’

It’s been a steady slew of single releases for Melbourne-based Angie McMahon. Her honest songwriting and romantic melodies have been moving audiences since her 2017 debut ‘Slow Mover’. 2019 is set to be her biggest year yet with her debut album Salt being prepped for release.

The first taste of new music is here. It’s called ‘Pasta’ and we’re super keen to hear it live! The track is a slow burning but dynamic rock ballad that crescendoes into a triumphant conclusion.

The cute video clip encapsulates feelings of procrastination and self love, which we can all relate to at some point in our lives.

Hint* It also features doggos! 🐶

You can catch Angie at all six Groovin the Moo shows across the country this April/May!

Tickets on sale NOW!

March 06

Canberra, your Commoonity Program is here!

At the heart of Groovin the Moo’s (GTM) festival philosophy is the desire to showcase and support communities and regions that are often those less travelled. GTM’s Community Program has been developing organically each year and we’re thrilled to announce what we’ve got in store for Canberra in 2019.


Battle of the Bands at Black Mountain School

GTM will be supporting the annual Battle of the Bands competition at Black Mountain School where local Canberra bands come on board and perform for the students. Our very own event assistant, Tamara, will be the judge and the winning band will win tickets to GTM. Students will also take part in the work experience program, handing out our festival essentials guides at the front gate.


The legends at HEAPS GAY started a few years ago as a series of parties for LGBTIQ+ kids and their friends and has since become a regular party starter in the Sydney scene for anyone who wants to have fun and support good causes. They’ll bring the Milk Bar back to Canberra again to offer some incredibly good vibes and party times, with HEAPS GAY DJ’s and local favourite Squeef spinning the tunes.

Heaps Gay Décor Crew

Thunderbolts are a crew of young people who have identified as being LGBTQI+ and have felt disengaged from their local community. They will be working under the creative direction of Kat Dopper (founder of HEAPS GAY) and Tamsin Kemp (local artist and teacher) to create props and decorate the Milk Bar.

Local Artist Showcases

GTM is proud to showcase emerging local up and coming artists such as Sophie who will be exhibiting her cheeky feminist art at the Canberra event. Musonga Mbogo first approached GTM in 2015 and has been involved at a bigger and better capacity each year. Visually, he looks to emulate the emotions which are often associated with listening to music and at just 20 years of age, he’s proving to be an artist to watch.

Local Fundraisers and Business Involvement

Fundraising opportunities have been allocated to UC Hockey Club who will manage the carpark.

Powder Pen

Returning in 2019, GTM’s Powder Pen will keep you looking festival fresh! For a small donation, you can get a quick hair and make-up “zjoosh” thanks to Cindy Rue. A portion of proceeds from the Powder Pen will go back to the charity of their choice, ACT Rescue and Foster who rescue dogs from euthanasia and foster them in temporary homes until they find their fur-ever home.

Work Experience with Girls Rock!

GTM is very excited to have Girls Rock! participants take part in the work experience program this year. Girls Rock! is a national network of girls rock camps designed to empower girls, trans and non-binary youth. Through a combined love for music, girls are taught leadership skills and provided with pathways towards further education in the music and creative industries.

March 06

GTM’s National Commoonity Program is here!

If Groovin the Moo (GTM) was a hotel, it would have vacancies for anyone and everyone, all the time. This philosophy is something that is at the heart of GTM’s Community Program, which strives to involve as many elements as possible from each of the communities and regions that it visits every year.

 We’re incredibly excited to be bringing a bunch of our most beloved community initiatives to all six regions in 2019. These range from work experience for budding festival lovers, to programs for disadvantaged youth, from opportunities for local artists to showcase their wares, to chill out spaces and pop up parties.

Here’s an overview of the National Community Program for 2019;



The legends at HEAPS GAY started a few years ago as a series of parties for LGBTQI+ kids and their friends and has since become a regular party starter for anyone who wants to have fun and support good causes. Over the years, HEAPS GAY have been popping up at various GTM events with their inclusive space, the Milk Bar. This year they’ll bring their glitter, good vibes, classic tunes and country drag to Maitland, Canberra and Bunbury.

LGBTQI+ Safe Spaces

Wayville, Bendigo and Townsville will be gaining their own inclusive spaces too – think Motel pool parties and dress ups with drag queens. There’ll be something fantastically fun for everyone.

Local Artist Showcases

Each GTM will showcase the talent on offer from the local art community providing something for everyone – from stilt walkers in Wayville, to MYO tote bags in Bendigo and artwork throughout every festival site, from the front gate entry to pop up Hotel/Motels. There’s a huge range of local legends who will lend a hand to literally make our festival sites a piece of art!

Powder Pen

Returning nationally in 2019 GTM’s Powder Pen will keep you looking festival fresh around the country! For a small donation, you can get a quick hair and make-up “zjoosh” thanks to local beauty, barbershop and hairdressing salons. A portion of proceeds from the Powder Pen will go back to the charity of the salons’ choice.

Ticket Exchange Program

GTM will be working with over 10 organisations across the country to engage local youth from families who are experiencing hardship, are at risk or are disengaged. Invitations will be sent out to these local support groups, encouraging local youth to head along to GTM to experience a fun day of music festivities with their peers.

Traditional Dance and Language Workshops

Immediately following the Welcome to Country ceremonies, traditional dance and language workshops will take place on the outdoor stages at each GTM. This is an opportunity to learn the movements and language of the traditional custodians of each region that GTM visits.

Work Experience

From humble beginnings at our first GTM (Gloucester, NSW in 2005), where students from the local TAFE campuses were invited to gain insight and lend a hand with all things Moo, we now involve 18 education facilities around the country. These include high schools, tertiary institutions and community groups from each region and those who sign up can gain experience in a range of areas including Artist Liaison, Event, Production, Publicity and festival bump in and bump out.


For your local commoonity line up, click on your location below:







March 05

Nick Murphy is back with ‘Sanity’!

You know it’s gonna be a good day when Nick Murphy fka. Chet Faker releases new music AND announces the release date of his new album! After his 2017 EP Missing Link, Nick has been pretty quiet on the music front, gathering inspiration from a mix of living in New York, travelling around the world and reflecting on himself an as artist.

Today, he’s released a beautiful new single ‘Sanity’ and we’re super keen for what’s to come! Written in Rick Rubin’s legendary Shangri-La studio, the track is soulful featuring bright piano melodies, with Nick’s uplifting vocals being on point as usual. The accompanying video clip – filmed in the Canary Islands is a trippy exploration of artistic discovery and alludes to a personal journey Nick has been on for quite some time.

Here’s the icing on the cake; his new album Run Fast Sleep Naked will be released on April 26 aka. The first show on the Groovin the Moo tour – Wayville! We can’t wait to celebrate such a special day with Nick Murphy and you all!


You can catch Nick Murphy at GTM 2019!

March 04

Hilltop Hoods release video clip for ‘Exit’

Hilltop Hoods are well and truly on top of the world right now! After releasing their EIGTH album The Great Expanse just under two weeks ago, the Hoods now hold the record for most #1 albums by a group or band on the Aussie Aria charts. HUGE.

Just this morning, they dropped a little treat in the form of a new video clip for ‘Exit’ ft. Illy & Ecca Vandal. The video depicts the monotony of a nightclub and trying to hide and escape the scene at every possible moment 😂

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The song has that classic Hilltop Hoods sound and we’re glad to have the boys back in our lives <3

You can give The Great Expanse a spin below and get ready to sing along to all their tunes, old and new at GTM 2019!

February 28

Jack River’s ‘Sugar’ video clip is a Throwback Thursday treat!

Earlier this year, pop-goddess Jack River teamed up with the Peking Duk boys on the super sweet track ‘Sugar’.

Now, the video clip has been released and it’s a visual treat for the eyes! Filmed in parts of Perth and California,  we see the trio decked out in retro fashion, hitting up colourful amusement parks, riding on scooters and hanging out in skateparks. It’s a blast from the nostalgic past, reminiscent of early 90’s -00’s pop culture. Think Len’s ‘Steal My Sunshine’, Aqua, Vengaboys, Spice Girls and old school Pepsi commercials! 🍦

Here’s what Holly (Jack River) had to say about the track:

“I had a vision for some time of making a whole song inspired by the vocals from all the amazing pop songs I grew up on. We all loved this idea and started to listen to all the best sounds of the early 2000’s. We wanted to make something that felt like the sugar-candy world Jack River but dragged into the world of a soft drink commercial, or something an Ice Cream truck might blare on the boardwalks of LA. Working with the boys was blatantly – so much fun, we were like little kids in a candy shop – and hopefully that sense of fun drips out of the song like a melting ice block.”

Peep the video clip now and catch her live at GTM 2019!

February 20

Wafia and Jimothy join the GTM 2019 line up!

Just when you thought the line-up couldn’t get any better, we’ve added not one but TWO cheeky surprises to get you even more pumped for GTM!

We’re thrilled to announce that triumphant pop-queen Wafia and quirky North London rapper Jimothy are our newest additions to the GTM 2019 line up!

Get to know our latest additions a little better:



Brisbane-based Wafia strikes a perfect mix between touching, heartfelt tracks and dance floor siren songs. Her soulful blend of broody, electronic-pop will have you swooning, and we can’t wait to be singing along to ‘I’m Good’ when she hits the GTM stage!



 North London’s new wave of UK rap is here! Timmy Gonzalez aka. Jimothy “Hates being lazy, hates being dumb, hangs with posh white kids and loves his darling mum.” We’re totally okay with this! Suss out his latest track ‘Getting Burberry Socks’ below for a taste of what you can expect!

January 31

Billie Eilish Gets Spooky With New Song + Video!

Everything’s coming up Billie!

After just being announced on the packed Groovin the Moo 2019 line up, our little avocado friend has two very important announcements you need to get your eyes, ears and brain around!


‘bury a friend’ song + music video

Billie delivers big time here with her alt-pop brilliance and we love, LOVE.

The track is minimal but dark in nature, featuring brooding electronic synths, a foot tapping percussion and some seriously haunting vocals.

The video clip is eerie and unsettling, channelling some SERIOUS horror movie vibes. We see Billie stalking rooms and corridors of an apartment building like a creature of the night. She also confessed this of the clip:

“I’m this monster… because I’m my own worst enemy. I might be the monster under your bed too.”



New album release date revealed

Alongside the track release, she’s announced her upcoming album ‘WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?’ which is due out March 29 aka. One month before GTM!

Could we be the first festival to get a taste of the new album live?! 🤔


Have a peek at the track list below:

2.bad guy
3.xanny should see me in a crown
5.all the good girls go to hell
6.wish you were gay
7.when the party’s over
8.8 strange addiction
10.bury a friend
12.listen before i go
13.i love you

January 30

The #GTM2019 line up is here!

The Groovin the Moo 2019 line up is as stocked as a mini bar fridge!

It’s time to pack your bags and get excited! We’ll once again be crusin’ down the great open road, making pit stops in six regions around Australia, over three consecutive weekends – all while enjoying incredible tunes, seriously good times, and taking those unbeatable Australiana views along the way.

So, without further ado, it’s time to welcome our guests to Motel Groovin 2019!


In alphabetical order;










With hosts;


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


Our GTM 2019 line up has something for everyone – from new favourites like Jack River and Haiku Hands to flat out legends and GTM alumni Hilltop Hoods, Hermitude and Regurgitator.

The triple j Hottest 100 was packed to the rafters with GTM artists including Fisher (#2 ‘Losing It’), Billie Eilish (#8 ‘when the party’s over’, #17 ‘lovely’, #46 ‘you should see me in a crown’) G Flip (#38 ‘About You’, #62 ‘Killing My Time’) and Angie McMahon (#49 ‘Missing Me’) with Thelma Plum, Hilltop Hoods, DMA’S and Trophy Eyes taking out numerous spots on the countdown.

Aside from Hottest 100 (and world) dominator Billie Eilish (USA), there’s a stack of guests joining us from shores afar. Female powerhouses Aurora (NOR) and (DNK) will bring audible joy to your earholes, while Sofi Tukker (USA), TOKiMONSTA (USA) and the legendary Spinderella (USA) will keep you dancing all day and night long. Get your ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ on with Coolio (USA), and keep moving with A$AP Twelvyy (USA), Duckwrth (USA), Flosstradamus (USA) and Rejjie Snow (IRL).


triple j UNEARTHED

Like last year and plenty of years before that, triple j are on the lookout for one artist from each GTM region to add to the 2019 line up. Past winners include legends like SAFIA, Coda Conduct, West Thebarton and Good Doogs and we can’t wait to uncover more gems this year. The competition is open now and all you need to do is have your best tunes up on the triple j Unearthed website by midnight on Sunday 24 February. For more info, head here!


There’ll be heaps more news coming via our socials, including how you can get involved with your nearest GTM and details on our Shoot the Moo and Film the Moo competitions.



Wayville | Maitland | Canberra tickets on sale

Thursday 31 January 8AM local time

Bendigo | Townsville | Bunbury tickets on sale

Friday 1 February 8AM local time

Tickets are available online via or, by phoning 1300 GET TIX (438 849), or at local outlets (visit our website for a full list of outlets in your area).



Moshtix is the only official online ticketing outlet. We urge you to double check you are purchasing from Moshtix only, and not a third-party ticketing website (such as ViaGoGo, Gumtree, ebay etc). We cannot confirm the legitimacy of any tickets purchased via a third-party ticketing outlet and don’t want to see our genuine GTM fans scammed out of their money.

To save you from any extra stress, ensure you already have a Moshtix account (and you know your username and password!) and if not, then don’t forget to sign up for an account in the next few days.

If you are purchasing on behalf of your friends, make sure you have everyone’s full name and date of birth ready to go – double check these! If you need to reissue a ticket for the incorrect spelling or DOB, there is a $10 reissue fee, so make sure it’s correct to start with!

We also have a few official ticketing outlets in each region so if you’re keen for a face to face transaction, head to the Info page on our website.


GTM is a licensed all ages event.

January 29

Who the MOO is Bessy?

The secret is out.

We’ve searched far and wide across all the paddocks in regional Australia for the newest addition to our GTM team, and guess what? The search is over. We had a few distinct personality traits and professional skills we were looking for in a perfect candidate. They were, someone that:

Knows how to have a good ol’ chat? ✔️

Has a wealth of festival knowledge? ✔️

Able to work 168 hour weeks? ✔️

Lives online? ✔️

Sassy but cute? ✔️😘

And now… The cow is out of the paddock (and into the office!) Say hello to Bessy! She’s loud, proud, full of sass and is your go to gal for any burning festival questions you might have about GTM!

She’ll be working online 24/7 at Moo HQ starting tomorrow morning and is absolutely moognificent at her job! Head to our GTM Facebook Messenger and start chatting to her by hitting the big blue ‘Get Started’ button, thanks to Travel Insurance Direct.

Bessy Besselton of Groovin the Moo provided this statement to the public;

“Try not to like fall in love with me or anything.”


There have already been rumours circulating that she’s approached the bosses for an immediate raise.

More to come.

January 28

Viagogo = ViaNONO

New year, same scam.

Before our General on sale of tickets for Groovin the Moo 2019, we thought we would again shine a light on the risks of purchasing through any unofficial ticketing platform (Viagogo, we’re looking at you buddy).

If you don’t want to purchase a fake ticket to GTM 2019 or would like to know a bit more about Viagogo, read on.


What is Viagogo?

Viagogo is an unofficial online ticketing resale marketplace, with their head office based in Switzerland.

The site allows you to buy and resell tickets to a variety of entertainment events including festivals, concerts & sport.

You can usually find their site at the top of your Google search for just about EVERY major event that has tickets being sold for it. They pay top dollar for this ad space to confuse people into thinking they’re an official ticketing site.

Here’s an example of some of the high pressure scare tactics the site employs to make users panic and impulse purchase tickets, through fear of missing out.


What’s the catch?

Well… there’s a few.

Firstly, you think you may be purchasing a ticket to Groovin the Moo 2019 (or any other event) but this is not always the case. Viagogo only facilitate the exchange of tickets, which means they don’t ask to see the seller’s ticket whatsoever. This is a concern as anyone is able to list a ‘ticket’ for sale without actually having one, making purchasing very unsecure. This has led to instances of duplicate tickets being sold, tickets not being delivered on time or at all, and of course fake tickets being sold to mislead people.

Secondly, sellers are able to set their own ticket prices – so you end up paying sometimes more than 200% of the tickets original value, which is just not on and is totally unfair to music lovers who will do anything to go to a festival.

Another interesting note here is that ticket prices do not include booking and delivery fees – which have been known to fetch up to as much as $120 on top of the exorbitant price for the ‘ticket’ itself. When you’re billed for your final purchase on the site, it converts to US dollars which is again very misleading.


So what, I’ve bought a legitimate ticket from them before?

This can sometimes be the case. But we stress it is NOT ALWAYS. We cannot guarantee any purchase will be a safe one, and by purchasing from them, you limit our ability to help you! Even if you do secure a legitimate ticket through Viagogo, your ticket MUST match your name and date of birth to gain entry into GTM. This can only be fixed by the original ticket holder logging into their moshtix account and reissuing the ticket. You can attempt to approach the seller to change the ticket details, but this can be quite difficult.


How do Viagogo get their tickets?

We believe it’s only a small percentage of people legitimately selling their tickets, with the remainder being ticket scammers or ‘Touts’ and computer bots. They’re usually equipped with lighting fast internet and dozens of credit cards at the ready to snap up as many tickets as possible when tickets go on sale. Unethical and a tricky situation for us to police.

If you’ve ever wondered why there is a 4 ticket maximum for purchasing GTM tickets  – this is why.


If they’re pulling this crap, why haven’t they been shut down yet?

GOOD QUESTION. There has been a lot of chatter regarding this across the globe. The company seems to get out of their shameful practices as they’re a marketplace linking buyers to sellers, not actually selling tickets themselves per se. Stating to Music Feeds:

“Viagogo is a marketplace and doesn’t buy or sell tickets. Viagogo provides a platform for third party sellers to sell tickets to event goers. Viagogo does not set ticket prices, sellers set their own prices, which may be above or below the original face value. The tickets sold on Viagogo’s platform are genuine tickets that have been sold on by the original ticket purchaser in good faith.”

In Australia, The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission launched action in August last year, accusing Viagogo of breaching Australian consumer rights law by making false or misleading representations, and by engaging in misleading or deceptive conduct. Unfortunately, the case is still ongoing and is yet to be resolved. Ticket scalping legislation was also introduced for NSW in June last year, citing a $22,000 maximum penalty for businesses selling tickets over the 10% cap. The measures put in place have still been unsuccessful in the fight to stop scalpers marking up ticket prices.

In most recent developments, the company was court ordered by regulators to reveal details of their most prolific sellers/Touts, which has given us the biggest insight into the company yet and is the start of good things to come.


Who else has spoken out against them?

Since we last reported on Viagogo in early 2018, Ed Sheeran and his team have assisted UK activist/founder of group ‘Victims of Viagogo’ Facebook Group, Claire Turnham to help recover almost £1m for victims of the site. Claire’s efforts have earned her a Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE). You can join the Facebook Group here and share your experience.

Gang of Youths have also vocalised their disdain for Viagogo and created their own anti Viagogo t-shirts, while The Rubens, Tash Sultana and Amy Shark have spoken quite candidly about the effect the website is having on the industry – for both the musos and fans.

Viagogo are a piece of shit company that sell my tickets for over 3 times the actual price to my fans. It’s not just me…

Posted by Tash Sultana on Sunday, 25 November 2018


I’ve bought a ticket and it looks fake. What do I do?

Request a refund from Viagogo

Reaching out to their customer support has proven to be quite difficult for customers, but it’s worth getting in contact with them if you’ve been sold a fake ticket.

Verify ticket with moshtix

As all of our ticketing is run through moshtix, you may be able to submit a request to moshtix, asking them if they can verify the legitimacy of your ticket, though this is again out of our control. But please keep in mind, that even if the ticket can be verified as legitimate, we still don’t know if that ticket has been sold multiple times. If it has, it means that only the first person to be scanned through the gates at GTM using that ticket will gain access to the festival.

Consult your local police or the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)

If Viagogo are unable to offer you a refund, consider taking further action by calling your local police or filing a consumer complaint with the ACCC.


Where should I buy tickets to GTM?

The ONLY place you should be purchasing GTM 2019 tickets online from is or moshtix.


Tickets are sold out. How do I get a ticket?

General Sale tickets go live for Wayville, Maitland & Canberra on the 31st Jan at 8AM [HERE]

Bendigo, Townsville & Bunbry tickets go live on the 1st Feb at 8AM [HERE]

Official Resale

Last year after tickets to our shows sold out in record time, we set up an official resale platform with moshtix. This facility will be available once the ticket allocation for our shows are exhausted, so stay tuned to our socials for all the latest regarding our resale!

A friend you trust

If you have a friend and they would like to offer you their ticket, they’ll need to log into their moshtix account and select the ‘reissue ticket’ option to place the ticket into your name and D.O.B. This will incur a $10 fee.


Remember, when you see Viagogo, always say no no!


January 25

Save the Date! #GTM2019

Time to check in to Groovin the Moo 2019, your home away from home!


Sit back, relax and get comfy because Motel Groovin will once again be checking in to your six favourite regions around the country in 2019!

Put these dates into your diary and get ready for good times, good vibes and great music!


Friday 26 April – Wayville, SA

Adelaide Showground

Wayville, SA

RSVP here.


Saturday 27 April – Maitland, NSW

Maitland Showground

Maitland, NSW

RSVP here.


Sunday 28 April – Canberra, ACT

Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPiC)

Mitchell, ACT

RSVP here.


Saturday 4 May – Bendigo, VIC

Bendigo’s Prince of Wales Showground

Bendigo, VIC

RSVP here.


Sunday 5 May – Townsville, QLD

Murray Sports Complex – Townsville Cricket Grounds

Annandale, QLD

RSVP here.


Saturday 11 May – Bunbury, WA

Hay Park

Bunbury, WA

RSVP here.


Hey Canberra! You might have noticed that we will be moooving to an epic new venue this year… That’s right – Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPiC) will be our new home! Only a short distance from our previous location, we cannot wait to welcome you there!



As is becoming Christmas tradition, we would like to gift our Moo Crew with a special treat before the new year rolls in… Get first dibs on GTM 2019 tix before the line-up drops with our VERY limited Xmas Pre-Sale!

They will be available from 8am AEDT, Friday 30 until 5PM Friday 7 December (unless sold out prior) and will cost $114.95 (including booking fee).

Unlike previous years, this will be your only opportunity to secure tickets before the general on sale next year!


Bring on 2019 Moo Crew!

January 25

Limited Christmas Pre-Sale: Everything You Need to Know

Tis’ the season to be jolly, and this year we’re kicking off the celebrations early with our merry LIMITED Christmas pre-sale! Here’s what you need to know, before you get your hands on a GTM 2019 ticket – arguably the HOTTEST gift on Santa’s list (and yours) this year 😏🎁


  • Our limited Christmas pre-sale kicks off on Friday 30th November 8:00AM local time (for all shows) and will run until Friday 7th December 5:00PM, unless sold out prior.
  • Tickets cost $114.95 (including booking fee).
  • Make sure you have your moshtix login details all ready to go – you don’t want to get stitched up by forgetting your log in details at check out!
  • When purchasing, ensure you put in the correct details of each attendee (if purchasing for your friends as well), including their FULL NAME and DATE OF BIRTH. Please double check these deets, including spelling, with your mates before you purchase.
  • The limited Christmas pre-sale is for General Admission tickets only. NOTE: General Admission tickets are for both under and over 18 years – it’s your D.O.B that determines which wristband you get on entry. If you’re after an Udder Mayhem ticket, you’ll have to wait until our general sale next year.
  • Maximum of four (4) tickets per moshtix account can be purchased.
  • Ensure you’re purchasing from
  • Remember, Viagogo = viaNONO! Same goes for eBay or gumtree – we cannot guarantee the legitimacy of tickets purchased through these outlets, so save yourself the disappointment and avoid these site’s completely.
  • Please read the Conditions of Purchase before buying your ticket.


If you do miss out this round, or want to wait until you’ve seen the line up first, don’t worry! The next (and last) opportunity to secure your tickets will be our general on sale early next year. Stay tuned to our socials for all the deets!


Groovin the Moo is a licensed, all ages event. BUT if you’re under 16 years of age, make sure you check with your parents before buying your ticket.

January 25

The countdown to the GTM 2019 line up announcement begins!

It’s true, Moo crew! You can officially start your countdown to the GTM 2019 line up announcement.

Wednesday 30th January, 2019 – Set your alarms, put it in your diaries or write it on your arm – whatever you need to do to ensure you don’t miss it!

We know you’re also probably wondering when you’ll be able to snap up your tickets? Here’s all the deets and dates;



Wayville / Maitland / Canberra

Thursday 31 January – 8am local time


Bendigo / Townsville / Bunbury

Friday 1 February – 8am local time.


PRO TIP: Unlike previous years, this will be your next, and last, opportunity to secure your tickets. We don’t want to see you miss out (or get scammed later down the track) so make sure you’re ready to go and don’t wait!


We can’t wait to see you in 2019 😃


Just in case you missed it, here’s a reminder of the GTM 2019 dates and venues;

Friday 26 April – Wayville, SA

Adelaide Showground

Wayville, SA


Saturday 27 April – Maitland, NSW

Maitland Showground

Maitland, NSW


Sunday 28 April – Canberra, ACT

Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC)

Mitchell, ACT


Saturday 4 May – Bendigo, VIC

Bendigo’s Prince of Wales Showground

Bendigo, VIC


Sunday 5 May – Townsville, QLD

Murray Sports Complex – Townsville Cricket Grounds

Annandale, QLD


Saturday 11 May – Bunbury, WA

Hay Park

Bunbury, WA


January 24

GTM 2019 tickets – What You Need To Know

The Groovin the Moo 2019 line up drops in ONE WEEK. Huge, we know. This also means it’s a great time to make sure you’re prepared for when tickets go on sale!

Here are all the deets:

GTM General Sale:

Wayville / Maitland / Canberra

Tickets go on sale Thursday 31st Jan, 8:00am local time*

Bendigo / Townsville / Bunbury

Tickets go on sale Friday 1st February, 8:00am local time*


Tickets will be available for purchase through moshtix by heading to your region below:







HOT TIP: Unlike in previous years, the general sale will be your next and last opportunity to secure your tickets to GTM 2019. There will be no pre-sale this year, so if you don’t want to miss out, make sure you’re ready to snap up your ticket on the dates and times listed above!

FYI: All tickets are General Admission – we do not sell ‘Over 18’ and ‘Under 18’ tickets (excluding the Udder Mayhem add-on which is 18+). On the day of the event, your photo ID and date of birth will be checked and you will receive a wristband that reflects if you’re over or under 18.

(This is also a good time to make sure your ID is up to date and won’t be expiring around GTM, to make sure your entry process is as quick and easy as possible!)


Udder Mayhem

Udder Mayhem tickets are available to purchase for all GTM shows for people 18 years and older.

Treat yourself to one of the best seats in the house, 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!)

These tickets can be selected as an add-on upgrade option when purchasing your General Admission ticket through Moshtix.

NOTE: Udder Mayhem tickets are strictly available to patrons 18 years and over, and those who purchased a General Admission ticket in the Christmas pre-sale ticket will not be able to upgrade their ticket to Udder Mayhem.



Moshtix is the only official online ticketing outlet. We urge you to double check you are purchasing from and not a third-party ticketing website (such as Viagogo, gumtree, eBay etc). We cannot confirm the legitimacy of any tickets purchased via a third-party ticketing outlet and don’t want to see our genuine music fans get scammed!

To save you from any extra stress, ensure you already have a Moshtix account (and you know your username and password!) and if not, then don’t forget to sign up for an account ahead of sale day! You’ll also need to make sure you have your payment details ready!

We know, we know, you use Moshtix for heaps of gigs, but go on, log in now to double check you know your account details. No-one wants to be hitting that ‘Password Reset’ button once tickets are on sale!

If you are purchasing on behalf of your friends, make sure you have everyone’s full name and date of birth ready to go – double check these! If you need to reissue a ticket because of incorrect spelling or a wrong DOB, there is a $10 reissue fee, so make sure it’s correct to start with!

Note: a maximum of 4 tickets can be purchased per Moshtix account.

After a show completely sells out, our official resale will open through Moshtix, where people who are no longer able to attend can resell their tickets and anyone who missed out can purchase them for cost price. Sign up to the waitlist on the corresponding event ticketing page to secure a spot in the queue.

Note: The availability of tickets is based on the supply re-sold back to Moshtix.


Hard tickets / ticketing outlets

If you miss out online or wish to purchase a hard ticket, we have a number of outlets in each region selling tickets to GTM 2019 (for their local show only) including Universal Store! You can find the list of outlets by heading to our website or check out the full list below.



There are plenty of bus services to get you to GTM and home again!

While Wayville’s public transport has it covered, there will be a number of additional bus services running for Maitland, Canberra, Bendigo, Townsville and Bunbury.

Bus tickets can either be purchased directly through moshtix as an add on to your tickets, or directly with the relevant bus company – depending on which show you are attending. For further info on buses and routes, check out our website and socials.




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.


*local time means the time in the region. i.e. if you live in Melbourne, and wish to purchase a ticket for Wayville, you’ll need to be online at 8:00am Wayville time to purchase a ticket for that show.

Reminder: those purchasing tickets for a show in the Eastern states, it’s still daylight savings, so please take that into consideration when setting your alarm J

Maitland, Canberra, Bendigo – GMT + 11hours (AEDT)

Wayville – UTC + 10.30 hours (AEDT)

Townsville – UTC + 10 hours

Bunbury – UTC + 8hours


Local ticketing outlets


JR’s Surf and Ski

121 Grenfell Street,

Adelaide, SA, 5000

(08) 8223 5505


Universal Stores

Universal Store – Westfield Marion

Shop 2054/55, Westfield Marion

297 Diagonal Rd, Oaklands Pk, SA, 5046

(08) 8296 7100


Universal Store – Rundle Mall

Shop 332, 17 Rundle Mall

Adelaide, SA ,5000

(08) 8212 6511












Universal Stores

Universal Store – Cairns

Shop 69, Cairns Central, Cnr Mcleod & Spence Streets

Cairns, QLD, 4870

(07) 4041 5070


Universal Store- Stockland

Shop 219 Stockland Townsville 310 Ross River Road

Aitkenvale, QLD, 4814

(07) 4728 3088


Universal Store – Mackay

Shop 2050, Caneland Central, Mangrove Rd

Mackay, QLD, 4740

(07) 4957 5682


Universal Store – Brisbane City

Shop G1, 175 Albert Street

Brisbane, QLD, 4000

(07) 3012 9000


Universal Store – Chermside             

Shop 379, Westfield Chermside

Gympie Rd, Chermside, 4032, QLD

(07) 3350 6333


Universal Store – Rockhampton       

Shop 040 Stockland

120-331 Yaamba Rd   Rockhampton, 4701, QLD

(07) 4928 1416



Benesse Café

Shop 4/83 Victoria St

Bunbury, WA, 6230

(08) 9791 4030


Bunbury Visitor Centre

Haley Street

Bunbury, WA, 6230

(08) 9792 7206


Universal Stores

Universal Store – Cockburn Gateway

Shop 235, 816 Beeliar Dr

Success, WA, 6164

(08) 9499 4088


Universal Store – Karrinyup Shopping Centre

Karrinyup Shopping Centre, 200 Karrinyup Road

Karrinyup, WA, 6018

(08) 9204 1808


Universal Store – Westfield Carousel

Shop 1018A Westfield Carousel

1382 Albany Highway, Cannington, WA, 6107

(08) 9358 2500


Universal Store – Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City

Shop T118 Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City

420 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup, WA, 6027

(08) 9300 2000


Universal Store – Galleria

Shop SP072, Cnr Collier & Walter Roads

Morley , 6062, WA

(08) 9275 0408


Universal Store – Garden City Booragoon

Shop 125 Ground Floor, Garden City Booragoon

125 Riseley Street, Booragoonm 6154, WA

(08) 6225 5104


Universal Store – Whitford City       

Shop 251, Westfield Whitford City,

Cnr Marmion & Whitford Aves, Hillarys, 6025, WA

(08) 9403 6275


Universal Store – Mandurah

Shop G183 Mandurah Shopping Centre,

330 Pinjarra Rd, Mandurah, 6210, WA

(08) 6365 4894


Universal Store – Rockingham                     

Shop T177, Rockingham Centre

Read Street, Rockingham, 6168, WA

(08) 9591 2159


Universal Store – DFO Perth

Shop G-038, DFO Perth,

Site 5 Airport West Precinct Dunreath Drive

Perth Airport, 6105, WA

(08) 6365 4896


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