Groovin 'The Moo Music Festival Tour has been canceled for the second year in a row, according to The Northern Daily Leader

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For the second year in a row, there won’t be a Groovin ‘The Moo music festival in Maitland, Townsville, Bunbury, Canberra, Bendigo or Wayville. The organizers of Cattleyard Promotions announced Thursday that due to COVID-19 restrictions and ongoing uncertainty about the future of music festivals, the usual April and May planning would not be possible. “It is with a heavy heart that we have to postpone Groovin the Moo for another year,” said Steve Halpin, director of Cattleyard. “We will really miss GTM and will not be able to spend another year with our crews, artists, team members, suppliers and you.” We know it was a very strange and difficult time for everyone. We are very grateful to all of you who kept your GTM 2020 ticket. Refund information will be sent out shortly. “We know it’s a big question, but if you can keep your ticket a little longer, it will really help us welcome GTM back next year.” Groovin The Moo was due to visit the Maitland Showground on May 9th last year, where Gang Of Youths, British rockers Supergrass (UK), US singer Kelis (USA), Tones and me, The Veronicas, Mallrat, San Cisco, Waax and The Cat were seen rich and more. However, live music will continue to be on the Cattleyard menu in 2021. A limited capacity show called Fresh Produce will take place on August 27th and 28th at the Maitland Showground, which is partially funded by the federal government’s Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand initiative. Fresh Produce will be a one-step event that can sit or stand the August COVID restrictions. Fresh produce will be on September 24th and 25th in Bendigo and on various dates in Townsville, Bunbury, Canberra, Wayville, Toowoomba and Glenorchy.

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For the second year in a row, there won’t be a Groovin ‘The Moo music festival in Maitland, Townsville, Bunbury, Canberra, Bendigo or Wayville.

The organizers of Cattleyard Promotions announced Thursday that due to COVID-19 restrictions and ongoing uncertainty about the future of music festivals, the usual April and May planning would not be possible.

“It is with a heavy heart that we have to postpone Groovin the Moo for another year,” said Steve Halpin, director of Cattleyard.

“We will really miss GTM and will not be able to spend another year with our crews, artists, team members, suppliers and you.

“We know it was a very strange and difficult time for everyone. We are very grateful to all of you who kept your GTM 2020 ticket. Refund information will be sent out shortly.

Carry on: Steve Halpin.

Carry on: Steve Halpin.

“We know it’s a big question, but if you can keep your ticket a little longer, it will really help us welcome GTM back next year.”

Groovin The Moo was due to visit the Maitland Showground on May 9th last year, where Gang Of Youths, British rockers Supergrass (UK), US singer Kelis (USA), Tones and me, The Veronicas, Mallrat, San Cisco, Waax and The Cat were seen rich and more.

However, live music will continue to be on the Cattleyard menu in 2021. A limited capacity show called Fresh Produce will take place on August 27th and 28th at the Maitland Showground, which is partially funded by the federal government’s Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand initiative.

Fresh Produce will be a one-step event that can sit or stand the August COVID restrictions.

Fresh produce will be on September 24th and 25th in Bendigo and on various dates in Townsville, Bunbury, Canberra, Wayville, Toowoomba and Glenorchy.