British band the Kooks will perform at the Groovin the Moo festival at University of Canberra.

British band the Kooks will perform at the Groovin the Moo festival at University of Canberra.

New Triple-J Hottest 100 favourite Flume will appear in Canberra in March alongside British indie-rockers The Kooks and Australian favourites Tame Impala and The Temper Trap as part of an eclectic Groovin' the Moo line-up.

Sydney-based electronic producer Flume, also known as 21-year-old Harley Streten, was one of the big success stories in Saturday's countdown, scoring four entries (three of his own and a remix), including three in the top 20.

The outstanding line-up also includes American rockers the Bronx and pop group They Might Be Giants.

Australian hip-hop favourite Seth Sentry will play at Groovin the Moo at university of Canberra.

Australian hip-hop favourite Seth Sentry will play at Groovin the Moo at university of Canberra.

Australian hard-rockers Amity Affliction will help out the Bronx with the heavier section of the line-up.

Australian hip-hop favourites Seth Sentry and Urthboy will share the rapping duties with Britain's Example, back in Canberra again after a set at Foreshore in 2012. No word yet if Example’s fiancée, former Miss Australia Erin McNaught, will make the pilgrimage to the capital. She is currently in Brisbane making plans for their wedding in May 2104.

Fresh from the Laneway Festival circuit, Perth band Tame Impala will rug up for a groovin’ cameo in Canberra.

After selling out shows in New York and Europe all throughout 2012 and being nominated for four NME awards (the same amount as The Rolling Stones), the indie rockers will be must see at the ‘Moo.

According to the Bureau of Meteorology Canberrans may experience a slightly warmer concert following in the footsteps of 2012’s chilly day out.

The average temperature for April is approximately 20 degrees and there is a low chance of rain forecast for show day Sunday, April 28.

Groovin' the Moo will take over the University of Canberra on April 28 before heading to Bendigo and the rest of the national regional tour.

Tickets go on sale at 9am on February 5 at www.gtm.com.au or www.moshtix.com.au.  

Full line-up:

Alison Wonderland

Alpine

The Amity Affliction 

The Bronx (USA)

DZ DeathRays (DJ SET)

Example (UK)

Flume 

Frightened Rabbit (UK)

Hungry Kids of Hungary 

The Kooks (UK)

Last Dinasours 

Matt and Kim (USA)

Midnight Juggernauts 

Pez 

Regurgitator 

Seth Sentry 

Shockone 

Tame Impala 

Tegan and Sara (CAN)

The Temper Trap

They Might be Giants (USA)

Tuka with Ellesquire 

Urthboy 

DJ Woody's Big Phat 90's Mixtape (UK)

Yacht (USA)

Yolaanda Be Cool