Crowds go bonkers for regional festivals

POPULAR: Violent Soho have been a must-see act at other GTM shows.

POPULAR: Violent Soho have been a must-see act at other GTM shows.

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GROOVIN the Moo organisers are confident wet or cold weather will not deter crowds from Saturday's festival.

Despite low temperatures and possible rain forecast, work teams have started to put the stages up for this weekend's event.

GTM kicked off on Anzac Day with a show at Oakbank in South Australia before travelling to Maitland and Canberra.

"The first three shows have been amazing," GTM co-promoter Stephen Halpin said.

"Bendigo has been our strongest show over the last few years, which is fantastic. We appreciate all the support."

The Bendigo show sold out in a matter of days - well ahead of other shows on the tour.

Mr Halpin said Oakbank and Maitland sold out with only a few hundred tickets left over from the Canberra show.

"The vibe has been really exciting from the start to the very last acts," he said.

"Violent Soho have been massive but Dizzee Rascal has been the real highlight.

"The whole crowd was bouncing for (Rascal's song) Bonkers and as a promoter is exciting to see.

"The energy (Dizzee Rascal) manages to illicit in his shows is amazing."

GTM is on Saturday at the Prince of Wales Showgrounds.

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