JACK RIVER

JACK RIVER

Supported by Eves Karydas + San Mei

FRI 7 JUN @ 8PM

Price
$59.25
Bookings
(02) 9550 3666
Mode
Concert Mode - General Admission Standing & Reserved Seating
Tickets
On sale now @ Enmore Theatre & Ticketek

Off the back of an enormous year for the young artist including the release of her debut album Sugar Mountain​ to widespread critical acclaim, countless sold out shows and three ARIA nominations to name but a few milestones, we are pleased to present ​Jack River’​s ​Sugar Mountain Ball​!

Jack River explains, ​“To complete the Sugar Mountain dream I am coming out to theatres to have the prom night we all never had. I made this album to be a grand and brilliant sparkly ballroom where you pour your whole heart out on the dance-floor to heal and cry and become strong. This tour will be the realisation of that ballroom where everything will shine and melt and taste like sugar.”

The Sugar Mountain Ball will transform venues across the country into real life ballrooms reminiscent of 90’s proms past.

Joining Jack River for the ride are Brisbane indie-pop princess Eves Karydas who’s most recent tracks include ​‘Wildest Ones’​, ​‘Damn Loyal’​ and ​‘Couch’​ who will be the main support on all shows except Fremantle. Opening proceedings across all shows, Gold Coast local San Mei, who’s guitar-heavy, delay-ridden, dreamy pop can be heard on tracks ‘Wonder’​, ​‘Heaven’​ and ​‘Two Planets’​.

Sugar Mountain​ picked up overwhelming support and widespread critical acclaim, debuting at #11 on the ARIA Album Chart. Jack River has toured the country a number of times playing countless headline shows as well as Australia’s biggest festivals including Splendour in the Grass, Falls Festival and was recently announced on the Groovin The Moo lineup. Jack River teamed up with Peking Duk in January for the incredibly sweet ​‘Sugar’​, the video for which just dropped last week.



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