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Ball Park Music Set Dates With San Cisco

by Paul Cashmere on June 26, 2018

in News

Ball Park Music and San Cisco will head out on an Australian tour starting in Brisbane in September.

They’ll take Triple J unearthed nominee Ruby Fields on the road with them and have also added Tia Gostelow for the opening night show in Brisbane.

Ball Park Music’s Sam Cromack says, “We’ve been dreaming of putting a tour like this together for years. Discussions between bands often get kickstarted for an idea like this, but we’re so happy to see this tour actually come to fruition. We’re absolutely buzzing to play some of the biggest venues we’ve ever tackled and to do it with San Cisco by our side is going to make for a very memorable tour!”

San Cisco’s Josh Biondillo says, “What a time to be alive! We are super excited to be joining forces with fellow Australian pop band Ball Park Music for a national tour. We first met Ball Park at one of the first festivals we ever played so it is very special to be getting back together after all these years to be playing such iconic venues with our good mates.”


Special fan pre-sale June 29th with general on sale 9.00am July 2nd
.For full ticket details see and

Friday 7 September – Festival Hall, Melbourne, VIC (LIC/AA)
w/ Ruby Fields

Saturday 8 September – Brisbane Festival Opening Night @ Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD (LIC/AA)
w/ Ruby Fields & Tia Gostelow

Friday 14 September – UOW UniHall, Wollongong, NSW
w/ Ruby Fields

Saturday 15 September – NEX, Newcastle, NSW
w/ Ruby Fields

Friday 21 September – UC Refectory, Canberra (LIC/AA)
w/ Ruby Fields

Saturday 22 September – Big Top @ Luna Park, Sydney, NSW (LIC/AA)
w/ Ruby Fields

Saturday 6 October – Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, WA
w/ Ruby Fields

Sunday 7 October – Astor Theatre, Perth, WA (UNLIC/AA)
w/ Ruby Fields

Friday 19 October – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, SA (LIC/AA)
w/ Ruby Fields

Saturday 20 October – City Oval, Ballarat, VIC
w/ Ruby Fields

Wednesday 24 October – The Goods Shed, Hobart, TAS
w/ Ruby Fields

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