The Groovin The Moo 2016 line-up has just dropped, revealing which local and international acts we will battle the mud with.
For its twelfth year running, the regional festival will be heading our way on April 25 at Oakbank Racecourse, so mark it in your calendars.
Triple J Hottest 100 winners The Rubens is the name on everyone's lips at the moment. They will be joined by fellow Aussies, Alison Wonderland, SAFIA, Boy & Bear and Golden Features.
In Heart's Wake, DZ Deathrays and British India bring the heavy guitars, alongside hip-hop artists Illy, Remi, and Drapht.
Unfortunately, Shannon Noll didn't making the cut, but US rappers Danny Brown and Vic Mensa, dream-pop duo MS MR, Ratatat, and Twenty One Pilots will be making the trip down-under.
Check out the full line-up and dates below or head to the GTM website for more info.
Tickets go on sale Tuesday February 2 at 9am.
Groovin The Moo 2016 Line-Up:
Boy & Bear
Danny Brown (USA)
In Hearts Wake
MS MR (USA)
Twenty One Pilots (USA)
Vic Mensa (USA)
Saturday April 23 - Maitland Showgrounds, Maitland NSW
Sunday April 24 - University of Canberra, Canberra ACT
Monday April 25 - Oakbank Racecourse, Oakbank SA (ANZAC Day)
Saturday April 30 - Prince of Wales Showground, Bendigo VIC
Sunday May 1 - Murray Sports Complex, Townsville QLD
Saturday May 7 - Hay Park, Bunbury WA
Header image via Wade Whitington for This is Radelaide
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