Groovin the Moo’s sister festival Fresh Produce just revealed its stacked inaugural lineup
11.02.2021

Groovin the Moo’s sister festival Fresh Produce just revealed its stacked inaugural lineup

Kinder
Words by Tom parker

Featuring a huge list of Australia’s hottest music talent.

While Groovin the Moo won’t be taking place in 2021, they’ve just announced the inaugural lineup for their sister festival, Fresh Produce, going down across eight dates in spring.

Six of Australia’s most exciting acts will embark on the full adventure, with G Flip, Cosmo’s Midnight and Spacey Jane taking to the stage on the Friday night and Lime Cordiale, Mallrat and Hooligan Hefs playing on the Saturday night for each of the events.

What you need to know

  • Groovin the Moo’s sister festival Fresh Produce just revealed its inaugural lineup
  • The likes of G Flip, Cosmo’s Midnight, Spacey Jane, Mallrat and more will appear at each of the eight dates
  • A host of other artists will fill out the bill including Jaguar Jonze, Hope D, Maddy Jane, Alice Skye and more

Keep up with the latest festival news here

Six of Fresh Produce’s destinations will be familiar to prior Groovin the Moo festival-goers – the areas of Townsville (QLD), Bunbury (WA), Maitland (NSW), Canberra (ACT), Bendigo (VIC) and Wayville (SA) hosting events again. Yet, there are two new festival spots, with Toowoomba (QLD) and Glenorchy (TAS) the extra Fresh Produce for 2021.

Filling out the music bill at these locations include a host of rapidly emerging local talent. The likes of Jaguar Jonze, Hope D, Maddy Jane, Alice Skye, Miiesha, Death by Denim, Emily Wurramara, Hands Like Houses, Moaning Lisa, Kinder, and so many other names, will be spread across the eight events, performing once each at the different locations.

The new festival series will kick off at Townsville’s Murray Sports Complex on Friday August 13 and Saturday August 14 and run each weekend until the first weekend of October where it will conclude at the Adelaide Showgrounds in Wayville.

For the Victorians out there, Fresh Produce will make its way to Bendigo’s Prince of Wales Showgrounds from Friday September 24 to Saturday September 25 – the penultimate stop on the festival tour.

Tickets for Fresh Produce go on sale from 9am on Thursday February 18, with both single concert and weekend tickets available. Find out more here.