Well folks, that’s it. After months and months of getting excited, and planning which of the stunning acts that you were going to see when they headed your way, Groovin The Moo is done and dusted for another year. Yes, with the festival wrapping up in Bunbury over the weekend, we close the chapter on the 2018 edition of the fest. But now is the perfect time to have a look back on all the highlights of this year just gone.

With punters heading to shows all around the country, including Maitland, Wayville, Townsville, Canberra, Bendigo, and Bunbury, there were plenty of amazing sets from some equally-amazing acts on offer, so it’s pretty hard to pick a highlight.

Of course, there was that time that Paul Kelly hanging out with Skegss (and sung with Alex Lahey), or how Grinspoon’s Phil Jamieson played with Skegss after riding his motorbike onstage. Plus there were also some seriously amazing live sets from the likes of Baker Boy, Vera Blue, Royal Blood, Mallrat, The Amity Affliction, and so much more.

Now that 2018’s edition of Groovin The Moo is all done and dusted, all we have to do now is start counting down the days until the fest returns next year!

Check out all the highlights of Groovin The Moo 2018:

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