We’re jumping for Mt. Joy.
The rootsy indie rockers just announced their largest tour yet that will send them to stadiums, arenas, amphitheaters and festival grounds all over the U.S. from July through September 2024.
Fans in New York are in luck, too.
Matt Quinn and co. will close their 19-concert run with a headlining gig at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Saturday, Sept. 28.
“I know we will always remember the hard work that got us here – the many rehearsals, shows, s—-y loadouts in the snow – always knowing that if we kept going, we could be one of the best bands in the world,” Mt. Joy frontman Quinn said in a press release.
“We’re a pretty humble group but we’re excited to be put on these stages where we can go prove, to anyone who doesn’t already know, that we’re one of the best out right now.”
And if you want to hear one of the best out right now, you can grab your tickets for select concerts as soon as today.
Although inventory isn’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, Nov. 10, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets are officially on sale.
Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.
Mt. Joy 2023-24 tour schedule
A complete calendar including all tour and festival dates, venues and links to buy tickets can be found below.
|Mt. Joy tour dates|
|Dec. 28 at The Salt Shed in Chicago, IL|
|Dec. 29 at The Salt Shed in Chicago, IL|
|Dec. 30 at The Salt Shed in Chicago, IL|
|Dec. 31 at The Salt Shed in Chicago, IL|
|May 31, 2024 at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, CA
opening for Zach Bryan
|July 10, 2024 at The Budweiser Stage in Toronto, ON, CA|
|July 18, 2024 at Fenway Park in Boston, MA
opening for Noah Kahan
|July 19, 2024 at Fenway Park in Boston, MA
opening for Noah Kahan
|July 20, 2024 at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD|
|Aug. 6, 2024 at the Surly Brewing Festival Field in Minneapolis, MN|
|Aug. 8, 2024 at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO|
|Aug. 9, 2024 at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO|
|Aug. 10, 2024 at the Dillon Amphitheater in Dillon, CO|
|Aug. 13, 2024 at the Granary Live in Salt Lake City, UT|
|Aug. 15, 2024 at the Outlaw Field at Idaho Botanical Gardens in Boise, ID|
|Aug. 17, 2024 at the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre in Vancouver, BC, CA|
|Aug. 21, 2024 at Remlinger Farms in Carnation, WA|
|Aug. 23, 2024 at the Hayden Homes Amphitheater in Bend, OR|
|Sept. 13, 2024 at the Moody Center in Austin, TX|
|Sept. 15, 2024 at the Ameris Bank Amphitheatre in Alpharetta, GA|
|Sept. 17, 2024 at the Firefly Distillery in Charleston, SC|
|Sept. 24, 2024 at the Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville, TN|
|Sept. 28, 2024 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY|
Opening for Noah Kahan and Zach Bryan
Want to see if Bryan or Kahan is coming to your hometown?
You can find tickets for all 2023-24 Zach Bryan concerts here.
Click here for a closer look at Noah Kahan’s 2023-24 schedule.
Mt. Joy set list
Although the band is known to mix it up live, here’s a collection of tracks you’ll likely hear at a Mt. Joy show based on our findings:
01.) “Lemon Tree”
02.) “Orange Blood”
03.) “Jenny Jenkins”
04.) “Let Loose”
07.) “Bug Eyes”
09.) “Dirty Love”
11.) “I’m Your Wreck”
11.) “My Vibe”
13.) “Rearrange Us”
14.) “Mt. Joy”
15.) “Casey Jones” (Grateful Dead cover)
17.) “Highway Queen”
18.) “Johnson Song”
21.) “Bathroom Light”
22.) “The Weight” (The Band cover)
23.) “Silver Lining”
The above comes courtesy of Set List FM.
Mt. Joy new music
As of now, the band’s most recent output is 2022’s “Orange Blood.”
However, a press release says “The new year will also bring new music from the group, with more news on that front coming in early 2024.”
Keep your eyes and ears peeled, Mt. Joy fans.
Huge rock groups on tour in 2023-24
Many bands that sound great live are out and about these next few months.
Here are just five of our favorites you won’t want to miss in the near future.
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This story originally appeared on NY Post