Mt. Joy, a popular indie band, will be touring again in 2023 to support their next album, Orange Blood. The trip will make 12 visits across 12 states, beginning in Charleston on April 7 and ending in La Fayette in May. Other tour cities include Greenville, Birmingham, Savannah, Raleigh, Athens, Asheville, Charlottesville, Lewisburg, and La Fayette. This tour is the follow-up to 2022’s Orange Blood Tour, which featured guest appearances from Madison Cunningham, The Brook & The Bluff, Wilderado, and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats.
Orange Blood, the third studio album by Mt. Joy, was released on June 17, 2022, via Island Records. The track “Strangers,” off their previous 2020 album “Rearrange Us,” peaked at #5 on Billboard’s Adult Alternative list. That same year, they supported The Lumineers on the North American leg of their III World Tour. When they reunited in 2021, they went on a significant co-headlining tour across the United States with Trampled By Turtles.
Where can I find Mt. Joy’s setlist?
Although their setlists are subject to change, some of Mt. Joy’s most popular songs are:
· Silver Lining
· Dirty Love
· Bathroom Light
· Rearrange Us
· Orange Blood
· Johnson Song
Tickets to Mt. Joy, how much are they?
Tickets to Mt. Joy start at $170, with a median price of $200.
How much are the most prime Mount Joy seats going for?
Mt. Joy front-row seats cost $250 on average.
Where can I get Mount Joy tickets?
SeatGeek, StubHub, VividSeats, Viagogo, LiveNation, Ticketmaster, and Ticketnetwork are all excellent places to look for Mt. Joy tickets.
Floor Seats on Mount Joy
It’s possible to get a once-in-a-lifetime experience from the ground level of Mt. Joy. Tickets for the floor or the first row are sometimes the most costly in the venue. Mount Joy’s most expensive tickets could be for the first row or the centre.
When old school friends Matt Quinn and Sam Cooper reunited in Los Angeles in 2016 to perform music together again, it marked the beginning of Mt. Joy, a folk rock band that had its genesis in high school.
Astonishingly, despite no promotion, their first song, Astrovan, has been streamed over six million times since its release. After the popularity of “Mount Joy,” the band decided to go after it seriously. Several subsequent singles they released also performed well. Released in March 2018, the album goes by the band’s name.
On their tours, Mt. Joy has opened for groups including the Shins, the Lone Bellow, Whitney and Head and the Heart,. They have also performed at major summer festivals, including Bonnaroo, Newport Folk Festival, Lollapalooza, and Made In America.