Groovin The Moo 2017 will be welcoming back the highly successful Shoot the Moo for the fourth year running.
The competition offers avid photographers between the ages of 16-25 a chance to photograph D.R.A.M from the pit at the front of the stage under the authority of the GTM photography team. Making D.R.A.M. the first official artist announced for Groovin The Moo 2017.
Winners will also win 2 tickets to their local GTM and a meet and greet. Entries are now open and last year received more than 1000 entries.
To enter go to http://www.shootthemoo.com/ and submit contact details as requested. Then submit 3 of your best photos followed by 150 words describing why you should win.
Jacob Collings, the 2016 Shoot the Moo winner says “Getting the opportunity to shoot one of Australia’s biggest music festivals alongside seasoned and such talented photographers was truly humbling. It’s helped me develop an understanding of the industry and how to a clear insight into what is needed to develop as a photographer. My images from the day were shared by the likes of WhatSoNot, Harts, George Maple and Remi which provided exposure of my images on a bigger scale. Makes you feel kinda fuzzy to see something you’ve created be appreciated by a massive audience. Was one of the highlights of my year, it’s been a once in a lifetime opportunity that has driven my career in a great direction!”
Entries close the February 13 and winners are announced on March 3. Details and Terms and Conditions are available from the Shoot the Moo website.
Just in time for Christmas a very limited pre sale of tickets will be available for all shows from 9am this Thursday.
Further details regarding the event will be posted on Groovin the Moo’s social media accounts.
Groovin the Moo is back at Hay Park in Bunbury next year on Saturday, May 13, 2017.