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Groovin the Moo 2023 Lineup: Alt-J, Denzel Curry, Fatboy Slim, Eliza Rose + More

The lineup for Groovin the Moo 2023 is here. The festival will take in six regional locations across April and May, its most comprehensive circuit since before the pandemic. There’s strong international representation on the lineup, including established crowd favourites alt-J, Fatboy Slim and Denzel Curry and buzz acts like Eliza Rose and Sophie May.

UPDATE 18/03/2023: Nothing But Thieves and Genesis Owusu added to the lineup in place of Skepta and Omar Apollo. Details here.

Groovin the Moo will host events in six states/territories in 2023

The local representation includes heavy hitters Amy Shark, The Chats, Confidence Man, Ocean Alley, Slowly Slowly and Ball Park Music and plenty of newer acts such as Barkaa, Royel Otis and a trio of teens: Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers, Teenage Dads and Teenage Joans.

The lineup also makes room for British solo artist Laurel, Canadian rapper bbno$ and US pop singer Slayyyter. Lex and Pookie will host this year’s GTM and there’ll be a triple j Unearthed Fresh Produce competition winner announced for each location.

The touring festival will launch on Friday, 21st April at Adelaide Showground on Kaurna Country. Over the next couple of weekends, it’ll continue on to Maitland, NSW (Wonnarua Country), Canberra, ACT (Ngunnawal Country), Bendigo, VIC (Dja Dja Wurrung Country), Sunshine Coast, QLD (Kabi Kabi and Jinibara Country) and Bunbury, WA (Wardandi Noongar Country).

Groovin the Moo 2023

  • Alt-J (UK)
  • Amy Shark
  • Ball Park Music
  • Barkaa
  • bbno$ (Can)
  • The Chats
  • Choomba
  • Confidence Man
  • Denzel Curry (USA)
  • Eliza Rose (UK)
  • Fatboy Slim (UK)
  • Genesis Owusu
  • Laurel (UK)
  • Luude
  • Nothing But Thieves (UK)
  • Ocean Alley
  • Royel Otis
  • Skegss
  • Slayyyter (USA)
  • Slowly Slowly
  • Sophie May (UK)
  • Teen Jesus And The Jean Teasers
  • Teenage Dads
  • Teenage Joans

Dates & Venues

  • Friday, 21st April – Adelaide Showground, Kaurna Country, Wayville, SA
  • Saturday, 22nd April – Maitland Showground, Wonnarua Country, Maitland, NSW
  • Sunday, 23rd April – Exhibition Park, Ngambri and Ngunnawal Country, Mitchell, ACT
  • Saturday, 29th April – Prince of Wales Showgrounds, Dja Dja Wurrung Country, Bendigo, VIC
  • Sunday, 30th April – Kawana Sports Western Precinct, Kabi Kabi and Jinibara Country, Warana, QLD
  • Saturday, 6th May – Hay Park, Wardandi Noongar Country, Bunbury, WA

Tickets go on sale Tuesday, 7th February at 12PM local time via or

Further Reading

Triple J’s Hottest 200 of 2022: 200-101

The Complete List Of Groovin The Moo 2023 Sideshows – Denzel Curry, bbno$ & More

Alt-J Have Postponed Their Australian Tour To 2023

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