The Push’s first all-ages tour, which is set to feature Baker Boy, Ruby Fields and more, has sold out. The Push, a Victorian youth music organisation, teamed up with triple J Unearthed to organise the tour. Billed as “some of the biggest and best all-ages shows of 2019”, the tour will hit up venues in regional Victoria in the next two weeks. In its 31 year history, this is the first time The Push has conducted an all ages tour.
“We’re super hyped to get out on the road and take Ruby Fields and Baker Boy to new all-ages audiences across Victoria,” says The Push Inc’s CEO, Kate Duncan.
“The Push All-Ages Tour is one of the new initiatives we are launching this year with support from the Victorian Government to support the careers of young contemporary musicians and foster future generations of live music fans around the state.”
The Push tour to cover wide ground
The tour kicks off this Friday at Benalla Town Hall in the Broken River town of Benalla. After this, it’s onto Hepburn Springs and Geelong over the weekend. Finally, a show in Leongatha in the state’s south rounds out the tour on October 18th. Baker Boy and Ruby Fields will be joined at each stop by local support artists from triple J Unearthed.
Triple J Unearthed executive producer, Tommy Faith is excited for young musicians to share the stage with some of the best talent Australia has on offer.
“There’s no shortage of talented young artists through regional Victoria,” Faith says.
“We can’t wait to add them to big regional stages with some of our favourite artists”
Ruby Fields and Baker Boy emerge as two perfect artists for The Push’s first all-ages tour. At just 21 and 22 respectively, the pair have already established themselves as two of Australia’s premiere young musicians.