Having only recently released her critically acclaimed second album PANACEA, Sahara Beck is showing no signs of slowing down, with her busy touring schedule set to extend into the tail end of 2016. The 20-year-old, 3 x QMA winning singer-songwriter from the Sunshine Coast, has just announced she will be joining Ball Park Music for their massive, 17-date national album tour, which kicks off September 3, alongside Melbourne indie rockers The Creases, PLUS sets locked in for the upcoming Bello Winter Music Festival. Continue reading Sahara Beck To Support Ball Park Music + Upcoming Shows + Album ‘PANACEA’→
In 1975, a little radio station called 2JJ launched in Sydney, changing the face of Australian radio forever. The first track ever played, Skyhook’s ‘You Just Like Me ‘Cos I’m Good In Bed’, set the tone for the risqué antics and love of Australian culture and music that would unfold over the next four decades. 40 years later, and now a national network, triple j continues to be as passionate and provocative as ever. Continue reading Beat The Drum – Celebrating 40 Years of triple j – Sydney Festival 2015→
The Trippin’ The Light Fantastic tour is a revolutionary new idea by Australia’s favourite band, Ball Park Music.
While hologram projections have recently been used to give punters the experience of seeing an artist perform, Ball Park Music punters will be able to experience the most innovative performance yet – in 3D without any visual aid! All five members will appear as moving, three-dimensional objects. The shows will be so close to reality that you would think you’re experiencing the band performing in the flesh.
Review by Lauren Sherritt
Word about the brilliance of Ball Park Music’s live show has swept the nation over the past year, as evidenced by their 180° tour selling out across many of the twenty shows and achieving no less for the final night in Brisbane.
Review by Ben Connolly
There’s a buzz in the air tonight – a full house and the Ball Park Music headlining debut album launch tour tends to give out a special vibe. And it’s been a long, well-worn track to get to this point: singles and free downloads leading to early Triple J recognition, signing to a supportive management company and releasing one of them most anticipated EPs of recent memory, seemingly tour after tour as the perpetual bridesmaids before finally knuckling down to carve out the first full-length offering. Continue reading Ball Park Music @ East Brunswick Club, Melbourne | Live Review→