Triple Rainbow Tour

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Triple Rainbow Tour


Eagle & The Worm, Ball Park Music and We Say Bamboulee are three of the nation’s hottest bands, and they will be co-headlining The Triple Rainbow Tour in March.

 This March, three of the nation’s hottest young bands will traverse the east coast, joining forces for The Triple Rainbow Tour.

Melbourne’s Eagle & The Worm, Brisbane’s Ball Park Music, and Sydney’s We Say Bamboulee are co-headlining this tour, which came into fruition following the Triple J Unearthed competition that snared each a slot at the Big Day Out festival in their respective states.

These three bands spent last year working very hard to gain the attention of not only Triple J but also their ever-increasing fanbases throughout the nation – and now they will be playing at a venue near you!

Eagle & The Worm hail from Melbourne, and are armed with a cannon of original pop gems and irresistible party starters, including their debut single Futureman and the infectious follow-up All I Know.

Ball Park Music are fast being recognised as Brisbane’s best new live band. Their first single iFly is already a classic, while Sad Rude Future Dude confirms them as an exciting new prospect to Australian music.

With sun-drenched harmonies and shimmering melodies, Sydney’s We Say Bamboulee smash the genres into one appealing bubbling pot of original charm with a serve of smooth grooves on the side. The trio has pricked the nation’s ears with songs like Solid Gold and Waiting in Wisconsin, and developed quite the following from a tireless touring schedule.

The Triple Rainbow Tour will happen on the following dates:

Thursday March 3 at Brass Monkey, Cronulla

Friday March 4 at Gaelic Hotel, Sydney

Saturday March 5 at Transit Bar, Canberra (Eagle & The Worm not appearing)

Friday March 11 at The Loft (Chevron Island), Gold Coast

Saturday March 12 at The Zoo, Brisbane

Friday March 18 at The National, Geelong

Saturday March 19 at Northcote Social Club, Melbourne

Purchase your tickets from for all shows except Sydney ($10 at the door only), Canberra (free show!), and Melbourne (tickets available from