The Veronicas, 'Cash Me Ousside' Girl And Darude Announced For Groovin In The Moo Festival
Organisers for the Groovin in the Moo music festival have announced an almighty line-up of artists for the 2020 event - and The Veronicas and Darude rank high among those involved.
The bill is absolutely stacked and fans will no doubt be very excited when the festival tours around Australia in April and May.
While there are some current chart-toppers on the bill, there are three standouts that will likely attract a lot of attention.
The first is the formidable duo that is The Veronicas, who will no doubt be giving us some ultra '00s nostalgia when they come onto the stage.
They'll belt out the likes of 'Untouched', 'Hook Me Up', 'On Your Side' and a bevy of other hits.
The next eyebrow raiser on the line-up is Bhad Barbie, who might not jog your memory by that name... but what about Danielle Bregoli? Still lost?
Well, the 16-year-old artist is also known around the world as 'Cash Me Ousside' girl, after she went viral on an episode of US chat show Dr. Phil. Since gaining an online following on social media, Bregoli launched a rap career and now boasts 3.5 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone.
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But arguably the most exciting artist announcement for Groovin in the Moo is the one, the only Darude.
The Finnish DJ released the hugely successful 'Sandstorm' in 1999, and it has remained one of trance music's most enduring hits.
You can only imagine the number of people who will be heading to his stage when he's on to sing the unforgettable lines of 'do, do, do, do dudududu, do, do, do, dudududu'.
Joining these unbelievable acts will be AJ Tracey, Blanco Brown, The Cat Empire, Channel Tres, Clairo, Dope Lemon, E^ST, Gang Of Youths, Hayden James, Kelis, Kira Puru, Mallrat, Manu Crooks, Maxo Kream, Ruby Fields, San Cisco, Slowly Slowly, Sugarhill Gang, Tones and I, WAAX and YBN Cordae.
Groovin in the Moo will head to:
24 April - Adelaide Showground
25 April - Exhibition Park, Canberra
26 April - Hay Park, Bunbury
2 May - Prince of Wales Showgrounds, Bendigo
3 May - Murray Sports Complex - Townsville Cricket Grounds, Queensland
9 May - Maitland Showground, New South Wales
This looks like an amazing festival.
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