Show goes on for Ball Park Music
  • Thursday 05 March 2015
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Due to the recent severe weather event, Australia’s favourite Indie-pop-rock band Ball Park Music rescheduled their show at Council’s Lake Kawana Community Centre to 7pm on Saturday, March 28.

This is Ball Park Music’s only show on the Sunshine Coast and an opportunity for all ages to enjoy the bands only current Queensland show for 2015.

After a massive two-and-a-half years that's seen two J-award album nominations, sold out headline tours, outstanding performances at Australia's major festivals including Splendour In the Grass, Falls Festival, Southbound, Homebake, Big Day Out and Caloundra Music Festival, an international tour via New York, UK and The Netherlands, and appearances in Triple J's Hottest 100 over the last two years, Ball Park Music are ready to keep the ball rolling.

It’s no wonder this Brisbane based five piece band are going from strength to strength around the globe. With the release of their newest album Puddinghead; a Shakespearean insult for someone who manages to stuff up any task, the band wanted to celebrate their underdog leanings and rejoice in the love, loss and banalities of suburban Australian life with all their fans.

Brought to the Sunshine Coast by local promoter, Hold Fast Entertainment, who has secured local supporting acts including Jeremy Neale and Tongue Tied Thieves to join Ball Park Music on stage.

Tickets are $52.50 per person and can be booked by calling Lake Kawana Community Centre on 5413 1400 or purchase online at www.scvenuesandevents.com.au for more information.

Lake Kawana Community Centre is located at 114 Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina.