Groovin’ the Moo given the go ahead for five more years

By Kevin Kelly

If you've lived in Bunbury rentals for some time and have never headed down to the Groovin' the Moo festival before then don't worry – it's been given the green light for another five years.

The event is held every year and attracts more than 20,000 music lovers to the city, as well as artists from all over Australia and the rest of the world.

Hay Park is where all the action is at and has been home to the Groovin' the Moo festival since it first began four years ago.

City mayor Gary Brennan said the council is looking forward to working with event organisers Cattleyard Promotions and Sunset Events for another few years.

"As well as the economic benefit the event brings to the city, the festival it is a chance for local business and the community to showcase our city to visitors," he commented.

The council has also decided to give further support to the festival, which includes the free use of power during the event, road sweeping and waste management services and any repair work that will be needed.

The 2014 event was held on 10 May 10 and it's only likely to get bigger and better over the coming years.

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