Spotify reveals most streamed artists and tracks from the Groovin the Moo Maitland

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Maitland’s most-loved Groovin artists PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

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Golden Features PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Danny Brown. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

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The Rubens PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

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Shelby Craig of New Lambton and Sophie O’Brien of New Lambton PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Elizabeth Banney and Simon Strath of Nelson Bay. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

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Twenty One Pilots. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

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Calvin Vidigal and Tayla Craig of Sydney. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Calvin Vidigal and Tayla Craig of Sydney. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Aiden Gazi and Shannon Jennings of Penrith. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Abbey Mesnforth of Glen Valley and Jess Wells of Eleebana. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Abbey Mesnforth of Glen Valley. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Monique Cooper of Singleton and Tenille Oliver of Rutherford. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Emira Harris, Reiana Murphy and Shannon Motley all of Forster. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Monique Cooper of Singleton and Tenille Oliver of Rutherford. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

A light rain shower sends everyone running for cover. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

A light rain shower sends everyone running for cover. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

A light rain shower sends everyone running for cover. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

osh Lamb of Nelson Bay. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Rhea Ashton of Scotts Head and Riley O’Keefe of Coffs Harbour. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Rhea Ashton of Scotts Head and Riley O’Keefe of Coffs Harbour. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Skye Allen of Port Macquarie, Briony Lane and Blake Clarke of Forster. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Miles of smiles at Groovin The Moo Maitland. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Fans watching British India. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Fans watching British India. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Fans watching British India. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

British India performs. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

British India performs. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

British India performs. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Blinged up for Groovin the Moo Maitland 2016. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Safia performs. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

Safia performs. PHOTO BY MARINA NEIL

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TweetFacebook Grooving at Groovin the Moo Maitland: photos From the bands, to the atmosphere to the fun and games, we’ve got the photos from Groovin the Moo Maitland.Pictures by Marina Neil +80From the bands, to the atmosphere to the fun and games, we’ve got the photos from Groovin the Moo Maitland.Pictures by Marina Neil MORE GALLERIES

facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappMaitland music loversare most hyped to see Snakehips at this weekend’s Groovin the Mooaccording to Spotify’s list of most streamed artists.

Ahead of the regional festivalSpotifyrevealed the most streamed artists and tracks from theline-upusing geo-targeted data.

Snakehipstopped themost streamedGroovin the Moo artist in both Maitland and Australia.

The electronic duo’slatest hitDon’t Leavewas also the most streamed track in all locations of the festival.

ChameleonbyPNAU and Triple J Hottest 100 runner-upAdoreby Amy Shark were also on high rotation amongst Maitland Spotify users.

Adelaide rapperAllday peaked at number two on the list for Maitland and came in at number nine Australia-wide.

Maitland top streamed tracks1) Snakehips –Don’t Leave2) PNAU –Chameleon3) Amy Shark –Adore4) Milky Chance –Cocoon5) Snakehips –All My Friends6) Amy Shark –Weekends7) Allday – In Motion(feat. Japanese Wallpaper)8) Hilltop Hoods – 1955(feat, Montaigne, Tom Thum)9) Thundamentals –Something I Said10) Milky Chance –Stolen DanceMaitland top streamed artists1) Snakehips2) Allday3) Amy Shark4) PNAU5) Milky Chance6) Tash Sultana7) Thundamentals8)The Wombats9)The Smith Street Band10) Dillon FrancisRelated contentGroovin the Moo dates set

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