They came, they raved, the conquered.
Ball Park Music
“Waited in the toilet line next to Fitzy from Nova and then used the exact same toilet as Anthony Callea! I’m fucking buzzing”
Another huge open air program.
Feat. Ball Park Music, British India and more.
It’s finally here.
Out, Friday August 19th.
Back and bigger for its second year
The new tune was debuted at Splendour last weeked
Every Night The Same Dream, on the road.
Big Scary, DMA’s, The Living End, Ball Park Music, Tkay Maidza and many more.
Take a look into the minds of the band as they play in this tongue in cheek new video ahead of their sold out
“Life is officially weird”
Crowd sing-alongs, new music and some epic solos – Ball Park Music’s Sydney show was a sight to behold.
Just in time for their run of shows kicking off this week!
The band want to try out some new music at their smallest gigs in years.
And there’s plenty to get hyper about
The second annual Party In The Park festival is set to hit Sydney’s Northern Beaches in March 2016, packing the likes of Brisbane indie-rockers Ball Park Music, The Jungle Giants and roots act The Beautiful Girls. Other acts on the 2016 Party In The Park lineup, which is twice as big as last year’s, include
It’s a little bit weird hearing thousands of people sing “I only have sex with myself” at the top of their lungs. Though I reckon the kids from Ball Park Music are fairly used to it by now. With his slim fit trousers, pale shirt and chunky glasses frontman Sam Cormack may look like a
Come Together Festival 2015 is just a few weeks away, and festival organisers have now dropped official set times so punters can get even more excited about who they’re going to see at the Sydney event. Come Together organisers have taken to the festival’s two official Facebook event pages to share the event’s official set
Normally when you tell people you’re heading to Groovin, advice comes in thick and fast to rug up and wear wellies. But this weekend Bendigo put on an absolute belter. Amongst the dust, with not a drop of rain in sight, hordes of facial-hair-sprouting, heat-stroke-defying, bucket-hat-wearing music lovers descended on the town’s Prince Of Wales