Ball Park Music announce Get The F**King Nerds Back On theatre tour for 2023

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Ball Park Music announce Get The F**King Nerds Back On theatre tour for 2023

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The tour will see the Brisbane band performing in some of Australia’s most beautiful theatres.

Brisbane five-piece Ball Park Music have announced they are getting the f**king nerds back on stage with an intimate theatre tour of Australian in 2023.

The Get The F**King Nerds Back On tour will see the band stopping in Fremantle on 7th May at Freo Social, Odeon Theatre in Hobart on 13th May, Brisbane will see the band perform at the Princess Theatre on 20th May, Sydney on 26th May at Enmore Theatre and on 3rd June at Northcote Theatre in Melbourne.

Ball Park Music Get The F**King Nerds Back On Tour 2023

Sunday 7th May      Freo Social, Fremantle WA
Saturday 13th May    Odeon Theatre, Hobart TAS
Saturday 20th May    Princess Theatre, Brisbane QLD
Friday 26th May    Enmore Theatre, Sydney NSW
Saturday 3rd June    Northcote Theatre, Melbourne VIC

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“Can’t wait for this one,” Cromack said. “Our appetite to perform is huge. We’re looking forward to getting back in some smaller theatres. They feel like our natural home. We wanna be close to the audience, to feel like we’re together in the same room. Paul got a new synth too, so that should be good.”

Joining the nerds for all shows will be indie-punk rockers The Buoys. Local supports will join the party including Ghost Care (WA), Elizabeth M. Drummond (TAS, VIC), Taj Ralph (NSW) and Bean Magazine (QLD).

The ‘GTFNBO’ Tour 2023 follows hot on the heels of the jam packed GROOVIN THE MOO 2023 festival which will see Ball Park performing with the likes of Denzel Curry, Alt-J, The Chats, Laurel, Skeggs and more across Canberra, Sunshine Coast, Maitland, Wayville, Bendigo and Bunbury.

2022 saw Ball Park Music release album number seven ‘Weirder & Weirder’, another Top 5 ARIA album from the band. triple j listeners voted the album in at #2 on the station’s annual favourite album poll in December and following the #21 spot for the album’s first single ‘Sunscreen’ on the 2021 Hottest 100 countdown, ‘Stars In My Eyes’ backed it up with an incredible #8 position on this year’s list. That’s 13 Ball Park Music “golden greats” ranking in triple j’s annual H100 poll!

Tickets go on sale 9am on February 10. Head here for more info.