MUSIC lovers and businesses alike are counting down the days to this weekend’s Groovin the Moo festival.
The sold-out event will play its final leg in Bunbury and supply the best musical acts from throughout the globe.
Local music enthusiast Tayla Greene said the annual festival was a highlight for events in the city which presented international acts to our doorstep.
“There are international acts and the best national ones too,” she said.
“These are the best you would see in the entire country, let alone our city.
“It is different and not as crowded as city festivals.”
Ms Greene said she most looked forward to talents such as City and Colour, Mutemath and Wavves at Saturday’s event.
“The music, the atmosphere – it’s laid-back and just has good vibes,” she said.
McDonalds Parks Centre manager Deanne Baker said the day of Groovin the Moo was consistently their biggest for trade.
Ms Baker said four to five times more customers come through the store due to the nearby festival.
“Last year was absolutely chockers,” she said.
“There were so many people, especially towards the end of the festival.
“It is easily our busiest time of the year.”
Ms Baker said the store planned to operate longer hours and roster double the amount of workers to cope with the hoards of hungry festival patrons.
Groovin the Moo will play Hay Park on Saturday.