Photo gallery: Bendigo’s Groovin The Moo always proves to be worthy and this year’s edition was no exception
02.05.2022

Photo gallery: Bendigo’s Groovin The Moo always proves to be worthy and this year’s edition was no exception

Queen P
Queen P
Jem Pryse
Jem Pryse
Jem Pryse
Hope D
Hope D
CHAII
CHAII
CHAII
RedHook
Red Hook
Red Hook
Red Hook
Thomas Headon
Sycco
Sycco
Middle Kids
Middle Kids
Middle Kids
Middle Kids
Hockey Dad
Jesswar
Montaigne
Montaigne
Montaigne
Telenova
Telenova
Telenova
Telenova
Telenova
Mashed N Kutcher
Alice Ivy
Spiderbait
Spiderbait
Spiderbait
Spiderbait
Spiderbait
Spiderbait
Broods
Broods
Lime Cordiale
Lime Cordiale
Lime Cordiale
Hilltop Hoods
Hilltop Hoods
Jawbreakers
Wolf Alice
Wolf Alice
Wolf Alice
Wolf Alice
Wolf Alice
Wolf Alice
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Photos by Joshua Braybrook

Since the inaugural Groovin the Moo was held in Gloucester (NSW) in 2005, the all-ages festival has become a favourite on the Australian festival circuit, bringing a slab of iconic acts to regional stages around the country.

Heading into the festival with a huge line-up, with sets from worldwide like Wolf Alice, Thomas Headon, Snakehips, Riton and Chaii and homegrown heroes in Hilltop Hoods, Peking Duk, Middle Kids, Alice Ivy, Shouse, Hockey Dad, and Jesswar, there was no doubt this year’s event was going to be fearless in every single way.

And with the paddock green and the weather chilly but perfect, the Bendigo Showgrounds played the perfect host to the long-awaited return of the festival staple, living up to its name with some stellar performances across the day and reminding us just why this festival has remained a survivor on the festival circuit for more than a decade.

We were there to capture it all in pictures.