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Two of Australia’s most celebrated indie outfits, San Cisco and Ball Park Music, are thrilled to announce their epic co-headline tour this spring. The tour in September will take them right across the country - stretching from the east coast across to Adelaide, Fremantle and Hobart.

It’s a unique east-meets-west affair that will see both bands playing some of the largest venues of both their careers. In Ball Park Music’s hometown of Brisbane they will play Riverstage, the Melbourne show is at Festival Hall, and then San Cisco’s local Fremantle Arts Centre.

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 ic onic venues with our good mates.”

The special guest for this tour is triple j Unearthed’s J Award nominee Ruby Fields who’ll be chucking on her ‘P Plates’ and bringing her relatable catchy rock to all shows. Mackay up-and-comer Tia Gostelow will be opening the festivities at the Brisbane Festival Opening Night concert held at the Riverstage. There will be a special fan pre-sale on Friday June 29th with all general tickets on sale Monday, July 2nd at 9.00am.

San Cisco released their third album The Water in 2017 and embarked on one of their biggest tours to date – playing 21 shows in 46 days. They’ve cemented themselves as festival favourites playing Splendour In The Grass, Beyond The Valley and Lost Paradise. Their breezy summer jam ‘Hey, Did I Do You Wrong’ placed at #79 in the Hottest 100.

2018 saw Ball Park Music's feel good hit ‘Exactly How You Are’ land at #18 on the triple j’s Hottest 100 Countdown and their critically acclaimed album GOOD MOOD debuted at #5 on ARIA charts in February followed by a sold out national tour and a headline slot on Groovin’ The Moo. Last week, they released a new bizarre and erratic video for single ‘Hands Off My Body’.

Presented by triple j
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