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February 21

Introducing GTM’s Wayville Commoonity program for 2018

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 Wayville in 2018.

Graffin the Moo

Students from Mount Barker High School will be creating masterpieces on the fence lines under the guidance of Coldkrush Gallery. Two days before show day, the group will descend onto the festival site to spray paint their designs onto the scrim adding that extra pop of colour!

The Maker Station

The Maker Station is a service where GTM ticket holders can get involved with some craft under the guidance of local artists and DIY experts at each show. The Station will be situated near the Universal Store Phone Charging Tent and Ink Pot Arts will be on hand to help you revamp some old clothes into newly styled festival ready fashion statements.

Crafternoon Community Workshops

Tying in with our DIY-craft theme this year, we’re working with local community groups around Wayville who are in the process of creating handmade masterpieces that will come to life at our events. The brilliantly named Sgt. Peppers Homely Arts Club have been busy knitting together squares that will cover the fence lines at our Wayville show in true yarnbombing style. There’s still time to get involved with workshops taking place every 2nd Thursday from 6pm – 9pm on the 1, 15 and 29 March and 12 and 26 April. Contact if you would like to get involved.

Powder Pen

Returning in 2018, 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 Chilli Hair. A portion of proceeds from the Powder Pen will go back to the charity of the salons’ choice.

Photo credit: James Simpson

Local Fundraisers and Business Involvement

Handorf Soccer Club will host a BBQ inside the event and Forage Supply + Co will have their catering van on offer. Crippen Place will be hosting warm up parties and the GTM Wayville official after party.

Work Experience

Our work experience groups for Wayville include TAFE SA, Music SA, Mount Barker High School and Adelaide Hills VOC who will gain experience in a range of areas including Artist Liaison, Publicity, Production and festival bump in and bump out.

Photo credit: James Simpson

To revisit the National Commoonity Program please head here.   



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).

GTM is a licensed all ages event.


Main image photo credit: Danny Howe

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