Ball Park Music Announce Huge Regional Tour

Written by Jay-Dee Pitcaithly on 5th February, 2019
Ball Park Music Announce Huge Regional Tour

Following a huge amount of shows in 2018 for the release of their latest studio album Good Mood, Ball Park Music have announced an even bigger regional tour.

The band will be performing a total of 21 shows, including a bunch of places that the band has never performed before.

"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," he continued, "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!" said frontman Sam Cromack.

The tour will kick off in Byron Bay in May and will be wrapping things up in Toowoomba in late June.

Tickets for Ball Park Music's 'Good Good Mood' Tour go on sale 9 am Monday 11 February.

Check out all dates, venues and ticketing details below.

Ball Park Music's 'Good Good Mood' Tour Dates

Friday, 24 May | Beach Hotel, Byron Bay

Saturday, 25 May | Panthers, Port Macquarie

Wednesday, 29 May | Cinema Burnie, Burnie | GET TICKETS

Thursday, 30 May | Saloon Bar, Launceston

Friday, 31 May | Hobart University, Hobart

Sunday, 2 June | At First Sight At Metropolis & Newport Hotel, Fremantle

Monday, 3 June | Bunbury Entertainment Centre, Bunbury

Thursday, 6 June | Panthers, Bathurst

Friday, 7 June | The Beery, Central Coast

Saturday, 8 June | C. Ex Coffs, Coffs Harbour

Sunday, 9 June | Miami Marketta, Gold Coast

Thursday, 13 June | Beer Deluxe, Albury

Friday, 14 June | The Pier, Frankston

Saturday, 15 June | Costa Hall, Geelong

Thursday, 20 June | Harvey Road Tavern, Gladstone

Friday, 21 June | Magnums, Airlie Beach

Saturday, 22 June | Dalrymple Hotel, Townsville

Sunday, 23 June | The Jack, Cairns

Friday, 28 June | Venue 114, Sunshine Coast

Saturday, 29 June | The Mills Precinct, Toowoomba