There's not long to go until this year's slate of Groovin The Moo events around the country, and the festival's team has just bolstered its regional line-ups even further with the unveiling of this year's initial crop of Fresh Produce acts.
The new batch follows on from the recent announcement of this year's triple j Unearthed winners, who this year include Heaps Good Friends (Adelaide), Introvert (Maitland), Greta Stanley (Townsville), Tusk (Bendigo), Slow Turismo (Canberra) and Luke Fox (Bunbury).
They're joined, respectively, by Horror My Friend, Jesse Davidson, Pines and Tom West; Dean Lewis, Glades, Jack Grace and Ocean Alley; Confidence Man, Mallrat, Robbie Miller and Tia Gostelow; Alex Lahey, Birdz, LANKS and Slum Sociable; B Wise, Bec Sandridge, Manu Crook$ and Polographia; and Morgan Bain, POW! Negro, Teischa, Tobacco Rat and Ziggy.
Groovin The Moo isn't done yet, though — there's another announcement of Fresh Produce artists still to come, encompassing more than 60 DJs set to storm The Plot stage in Maitland, Bendigo and Canberra, Hilltown in Adelaide, Stranded in Townsville and Mootown in Bunbury.
The parties kick off from Friday 28 April at the Adelaide Showground. Tickets still remain for that event as well as Townsville's and Bunbury's. Maitland, Bendigo and Canberra are sold out.
Groovin The Moo: Fresh Produce First Announcement
Heaps Good Friends (triple j Unearthed)
Horror My Friend
Introvert (triple j Unearthed)
Greta Stanley (triple j Unearthed)
Tusk (triple j Unearthed)
Slow Turismo (triple j Unearthed)
Luke Fox (triple j Unearthed)
Adelaide Showground, Wayville
Maitland Showgrounds, South Maitland
Townsville Cricket Grounds, Annandale
Prince Of Wales Showground, North Bendigo
University of Canberra, Bruce
Hay Park, Bunbury