It’s that time of the year again. This Friday, first-class music acts from around the nation (and the world) will once again descend on Adelaide for our fave rainy day festival – Groovin The Moo. With four huge stages taking over the Wayville Showgrounds, April 28 is sure to be a day of back to back tunes.
With so many groovy acts lined up to perform, we’ve collated a killer schedule to ensure you get-down with all of the must-see acts of the day.
11.50am: Horror My Friend and Jesse Davidson
Kick off the your day with a bout of local talent. Adelaide’s own young guns are set to inject some home grown vibes to the Wayville leg of the GTM tour. Horror My Friend and their indie-rock sound will take to the Cattleyard Stage from 11.50, while Jesse Davidson will hit the Moolin Rouge at 11.55 and with any lucky we’ll get a sneaky preview of his forthcoming album. With some serious overlap action, you’ll catch us darting between stages trying to catch the best of both sets.
4.40pm: Tash Sultana
Tash Sultana has been garnering serious hype over the past year and there’s no secret why. Her raw tones and undeniable skill has resonated with crowds around the world. In the last year she has taken home some serious accolades, from her hit track Jungle coming in at #3 in the Triple J Hottest 100 to Unearthed Artist of the Year 2016. You won’t want to miss your chance to witness the enchanting essence and other worldly talent of Sultana live in action at the Cattleyard Stage.
Adelaide is still reeling after PNAU rocked our socks off at the closing party of the Royal Croquet Club. The big-name act will return to our city just months after their huge performance at Pinky Flat. We can’t wait to get down to the duo’s electronic tunes as they join the likes of Allday, The Smith Street Band and The Jungle Giants at the Triple J Stage.
8.40pm: The Wombats
Experienced festival-goers and dynamic crowd pleasers, The Wombats are no strangers to the Aussie music circuit. With hit tracks such as Give Me A Try, Pink Lemonade and festival belter Your Body Is A Weapon, there’s no mystery as to why the British lads have been making serious waves around the world. We couldn’t get enough of the boys when they last hit our shores in 2015 for Splendour in the Grass. Boogie down with these Liverpudlians for the ultimate feel good vibes.
9.35pm: Violent Soho
Make sure to keep your fluids up, you’re going to want to be in peak form for this one. Close out 2017 Groovin with festival favourites, Violent Soho. The Brissy boys will wrap what is sure to be one hectic day of partying. Expect the unexpected when they hit the stage, these guys have become renowned for their antics, stage diving and fun-loving presence. It’s set to be one hell of a closing act.