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Babe Rainbow – Today Tour


Fri 20 Dec 2019, 7:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Beach Hotel, Bay St, Byron Bay, Byron Bay Area

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $33.40
  • Early Bird: $28.30
  • Additional fees may apply

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Currently in the midst of a 60+ date EU/UK/US tour, Babe Rainbow return to Australian shores for six dates in December including Porchland and Fairgrounds Festival as well as their own headline shows. Offshore, they've sold out the usual strongholds such as London and Paris as well as putting up the sold out sign in areas as diverse as Utrecht, Istanbul, Prague & Rome.

Across the USA, Today has already reached #12 on the NACC College Radio Album chart before release.

"The Babe Rainbow crafts mellow, breezy psych-folk that would lean up against your favorite tracks by Allah-Las, Mac DeMarco or even The Zombies." - Tyler Hale, KCRW.

If the band travel through Missoula Montanna, they'll be #1 on KBGA. As the crow flies across America's biggest mushroom plantation in Pennsylvania, all signs have a rainbow at #1 at WCUR in West Chester and if you happen to be at a truck stop in North Carolina, there's a good chance you're going to hear the Babes sitting at #1 on WKNC in Raleigh.

View counts on the visual splendour created across singles 'Something New', 'Morning Song' and 'Many Moons of Love' with Kristofski have reached new heights—showcasing the band's lifestyle as cosmic conduits living blissfully off the land near Byron Bay. With track additions landing in Spotify's New Music Friday and Apple Music's New Music Daily as well as fan and editorial playlists around the globe, Today is now a living, breathing organism, permeating with a technicolor vision today, tomorrow and always for those who seek it.