Happy Tuesday folks!
News just in, Ball Park Music are pleased to announce that they will take their hit record GOOD MOOD to regional towns (including GEELONG) and cities across Australia, with an extensive twenty-one date run taking the band to cities they’ve never played before.
2018 was another benchmark year for Brisbane’s melancholic-pop masters. Their fifth album GOOD MOOD became their fourth consecutive ARIA Top 10 debut and was voted the #1 album by triple j listeners in the station’s 2018 Album Poll. They closed out the year by embarking on their biggest tour to date – playing some of the largest venues of their career including Brisbane’s Riverstage, Fremantle Arts Centre and selling out Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, Big Top, Sydney, and Festival Hall, Melbourne.
The band opened 2019 on another high after their anthem ‘The Perfect Life Does Not Exist’ entered triple j’s Hottest 100 countdown at #39. This takes the band’s all-time tally to a whopping nine song entries.
Frontman Sam Cromack on the tour: “for years we’ve been wanting to do another extensive regional tour in Australia. It’s not always the easiest or most practical journey for bands to reach out beyond the metro areas, but for us it’s hugely important to take our music to every nook and cranny of this big hot island. Absolutely buzzing for some long drives, idyllic swims, weird over-sized monuments and cooked hecklers. Bring it on!”.
Joining the tour for selected shows will be fellow Queenslander Tia Gostelow (not appearing in Byron Bay and Port Macquarie – Sweater Curse are replacing) and Sydney’s underwater indie act Butternut Sweetheart.
They will stop by Geelong’s Costa Hall on June 15.
There will be a special fan pre-sale on Friday February 8th with all general tickets on sale Monday, February 11th at 9.00am.
For full ticket details see fb.com/ballparkmusic and www.ballparkmusic.com