The Cattleyard Collective’s main aim is to provide everyone we engage with an experience that is specialised, personalised, flexible and a whole lot of fun.
Our team’s experience is eclectic in nature and has come from a wide reaching selection of music, arts, media and corporate organisations around Australia and the UK. Our ethos is firmly planted in working collaboratively (internally and externally) to produce high quality outcomes for everything we do.
To chat to our team about any of our services, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cattleyard Promotions specialises in creating, developing and promoting a handpicked selection of fresh, fun, accessible, quality and meaningful live experiences for a diverse range of communities.
It's the values that shine through on a Cattleyard Promotions project that sets the organisation apart - supporting those who support you, working with integrity, leading with passion, encouraging inclusivity, welcoming diversity and being accountable to team members, patrons and partners alike.
Groovin the Moo (GTM) is Cattleyard Promotions' flagship tour and Australia's only annual six-date touring music event to visit regional Australia (and the Nation’s Capital). Featuring an eclectic mix of contemporary International and Australian acts playing over 12 hours of live music across an outdoor double stage and the Moolin Rouge Big Top, GTM’s increasingly recognised trademark is that of a fun and value-packed day complete with a twist of country hospitality.
'To find a better organised, well-maintained and musically brilliant festival in Australia would be a tough task. Good preparation and facilities puts the crowd into an amazing mood keeping Groovin The Moo in the ranks of one of the best national music festivals in our country. Good work Groovin, we love you!' - Adam Not Eve
'Groovin The Moo is without a doubt an 'amoosing', entertaining day full of freedom, laughter and happiness' - Pagesdigital
With a focus on 'emerging', The Plot was born with an idea to connect the audience with each other and an event in an online fashion that hadn’t been done before…. This in turn led to creating one hell of a show and in no time The Plot made it’s debut entrance into the world in December 2013. With 21 acts, 6 stages, 3 venues, 2 cities and one extremely electric weekend, friendships were made online and in the flesh, a lot of dancing was had and we look forward to the next installment of The Plot in 2015.
'…Overall, The Plot festival had a very successful debut year. The line-up was mostly full of Australian up-and-comers that played great sets and warranted well-earned attention. The queues, location, and sound were all spot on’ – Tone Deaf