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Mt. Joy

Mt. Joy Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 156,135
Category Indie Rock, Indie Folk
Concerts
Apr
05
Jackson Hole Farmers Market
Jackson
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Apr
06
Teton Village
Teton Village
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Apr
19
Alaska State Fair Inc
Palmer
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May
31
RingCentral Coliseum
Oakland
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Jun
04
Melkweg
Amsterdam
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Jun
05
Le Botanique
Bruxelles
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Jun
06
Trabendo
Paris
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Jun
08
Chalk
Brighton
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Jun
09
SWX
Bristol
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Jun
10
O2 Ritz Manchester
Manchester
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Jun
12
The National Stadium
Dublin
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Jun
13
SWG3
Glasgow
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Jun
15
Roundhouse
London
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Jul
04
Mt. Joy
Milwaukee
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Jul
05
Levitate Music Festival
Marshfield
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Jul
09
MTELUS
Montreal
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Jul
10
Budweiser Stage
Toronto
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Jul
18
Fenway Park
Boston
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Jul
19
Fenway Park
Boston
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Jul
20
Merriweather Post Pavilion
Columbia
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Aug
04
Hinterland Music Festival 2024
Saint Charles
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Aug
06
Surly Brewing Co.
Minneapolis
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Aug
08
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Morrison
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Aug
09
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Morrison
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Aug
10
Dillon Amphitheater
Dillon
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Aug
13
Granary Live
Salt Lake City
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Aug
15
Outlaw Field at the Idaho Botanical Garden
Boise
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Aug
17
Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
Vancouver
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Aug
21
Remlinger Farms
Carnation
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Aug
23
Hayden Homes Amphitheater
Bend
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Aug
25
Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles
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Sep
13
Moody Center
Austin
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Sep
15
Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
Alpharetta
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Sep
17
Firefly Distillery
North Charleston
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Sep
19
Bourbon & Beyond 2024
Louisville
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Sep
20
TD Pavilion at the Mann
Philadelphia
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Sep
24
Ascend Amphitheater
Nashville
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Sep
28
Madison Square Garden
New York
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Oct
01
Gordon Field House and Activities Center
Rochester
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Oct
03
The Salt Shed
Chicago
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Oct
04
The Salt Shed
Chicago
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Oct
05
The Salt Shed
Chicago
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About Mt. Joy
These dreams are more than paper things,” sings Matt Quinn on Mt. Joy’s infectious folk-rocker “Astrovan,” a warm, yearning bit of road-trip philosophy that posits the existence of a Deadhead Jesus cruising the dusty highways of the countryside, nursing a roach on his way to only He knows where. It’s an auspicious line from a band predicated on the revival of teenage dreams. Mt. Joy started off as a rekindling of shared musical ambitions between Philadelphia high school friends Matt Quinn (vocals, guitar) and Sam Cooper (guitar). Reunited in Los Angeles thanks to the ebbs and flows of adult life, the pair met multi-instrumentalist Michael Byrnes through a Craigslist ad. They named themselves Mt. Joy as an ode to a mountain in Valley Forge National Park near Sam’s childhood home, and together, with Byrnes’ roommate Caleb Nelson producing, they recorded three songs and sent them out into the world, hoping for the best. “I knew I still wanted to write songs, but the realities of life made that dream seem pretty impossible,” Quinn says. Much to the band’s amazement, “Astrovan” accomplished the impossible. Without initial promotion or fanfare, the song took off on Spotify, racking up 5 million streams to date. “The irony of ‘Astrovan’ was that song was really about being stuck in a life and wanting to have the opportunity to pursue a dream, and in an instant it gave us that opportunity. ” Quinn says. Mt. Joy quickly transitioned from a part-time calling into a full-fledged band rounded out by Byrnes on bass, Sotiris Eliopoulos on drums and Jackie Miclau on keyboard. Come 2017, Mt. Joy hit the road, and hit it hard: They played tour dates alongside the likes of The Shins, The Head and The Heart, The Lone Bellow, and Whitney, and popped up at some of the summer’s biggest festivals, including Bonnaroo, Newport Folk Festival, Lollapalooza and Made In America. “We were put on some big shows very quickly,” Quinn says. “The growth for us has been exponential - we’ve really just become a family that’s constantly pushing each other and the live show to be great.” They eventually caught the attention of Dualtone Records and began work on their debut album. Steeped in folk-rock tradition and powered by the intuitive creative connection between Quinn and Cooper, the songs on ‘Mt. Joy’ depict Quinn wrestling with his own conscience, where the mundane and the fantastic collide as he processes tragedy, society, and love. Opener “I’m Your Wreck” describes “monsters in (the) closet, using up the wi-fi” as it cycles from its desperate, spiraling verses to its swinging, stubbornly optimistic coda, while the loping, plaintive chords of “Younger Days” meditate on a frayed psyche and the fear of choosing the wrong path. “Sheep,” with its collapsing, hoarse-voiced cry of “freedom was paid in blood,” is a post-Trump salvo on the responsibilities of the fortunate to overcome political and social despondency. And on “Silver Lining,” perhaps the album’s brightest moment, Quinn surveys the damage of hard drugs and the vicious cycle of addiction, as the song’s melancholic sentiment kicks into its fervid, defiant chorus, all shout-along vocals and trilling guitars. Taken together, the self titled ‘Mt. Joy’ LP is a startlingly open document, wracked with the anxieties and fears that come just as life seems to start working out. It’s a natural reaction from a wary band like Mt. Joy - the result of a sort of professional vertigo, as they’ve gone from virtual unknowns to hot young commodity in little over a year. But there’s a sense of hope underlying everything, girded by the fact that the Mt. Joy LP is an impressive, honest portrayal of a young band facing that moment where dreams become reality, and finding beauty in the exhilarating uncertainty of it all.
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Genres
Indie Rock, Indie Folk
Band members
Sam Cooper, Michael Byrnes, Jackie Miclau, Matt Quinn, Sotiris Eliopoulos
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What fans are saying
Sam
5 / 5
Incredible set from this up and coming group. Definitely have a bright future. This was the third time seeing them in 2 months and it was the best show so far.
Saint Andrews Hall Detroit, MI
Sep 11, 2018
Duncan
5 / 5
This show was face melting. Both Mt. Joy and Brook and the Bluff rocked. Great lights as well. All around top notch show! Will see them any chance I get.
JJ's LIVE Fayetteville, AR
Nov 01, 2022
Dee
5 / 5
Superb! Great musicianship and Matt’s vocals are gorgeous. A problem with the venue’s electrics was a slight dampener but did not deflect too much from a brilliant set!
The Louisiana Bristol, United Kingdom
Oct 30, 2018
Cindy
5 / 5
This was a phenomenal show!!! You guys rocked it!!! I was visiting my son in NY, but live in TX.....was soooo worth it! PLEASE perform in San Antonio❤️🙏🏼
Music Hall Of Williamsburg New York, NY
Sep 20, 2018
Rob
4 / 5
Fantastic show as always . So glad it was a double set ‘Evening with Mt. Joy’ event. Only thing better than Mt. Joy is more Mt. Joy.
Holliday Park Indianapolis, IN
Aug 05, 2023
Dom
4 / 5
Loved loved loved the atmosphere, whoever was on lighting for this one needs to be given a raise. Can’t wait to see them again!
Royal Oak Music Theatre Royal Oak, MI
Dec 13, 2021
Sam
5 / 5
Incredible show! The band stepped up to the headlining spot after the initial headliner had to cancel. Great band with incredible souls.
The Pageant St. Louis, MO
Dec 10, 2018
Karen
5 / 5
Great show! They sounded great and it was the perfect night for a show. Marymoor park has a great venue.
Marymoor Park Redmond, WA
Jul 22, 2023
Tyler
5 / 5
Best concert I have ever been to! They even signed merch and did meet and greets for everyone there after!
Larimer Lounge Denver, CO
Mar 23, 2018
Ray
5 / 5
Even better live than I had hoped. The venue was awesome too. Even for someone in a wheelchair, like me.
Headliners Music Hall Louisville, KY
Mar 20, 2019
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Mt. Joy Tour Cities
Palmer, AK Toronto, ON Chicago, IL Vancouver, BC Jackson, WY Nashville, TN Brighton, United Kingdom Alpharetta, GA Morrison, CO Amsterdam, Netherlands Teton Village, WY London, United Kingdom Marshfield, MA Oakland, CA Austin, TX Dillon, CO Louisville, KY Columbia, MD Boston, MA Paris, France Bristol, United Kingdom Brussels, Belgium Philadelphia, PA Dublin, Ireland New York City, NY Boise, ID Glasgow, United Kingdom Manchester, United Kingdom Los Angeles, CA Milwaukee, WI North Charleston, SC Saint Charles, IA Salt Lake City, UT Minneapolis, MN Bend, OR Carnation, WA Rochester, NY Montréal, QC

Frequently Asked Questions About Mt. Joy

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Mt. Joy on tour?

Yes, Mt. Joy is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Mt. Joy concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Mt. Joy tour is scheduled for 42 dates across 38 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Mt. Joy scheduled to play?

Mt. Joy is scheduled to play 42 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Mt. Joy tour start?

Mt. Joy’s tour starts Apr 05, 2024 and ends on Oct 05, 2024. They will play 38 cities; their most recent concert was held in Jackson at Jackson Hole Farmers Market and their next upcoming concert will be in Toronto at Budweiser Stage.

What venues is Mt. Joy performing at?

As part of the Mt. Joy tour, Mt. Joy is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 05 - Jackson, WY @ Jackson Hole Farmers Market
Apr 06 - Teton Village, WY @ Teton Village
Apr 19 - Palmer, AK @ Alaska State Fair Inc
May 31 - Oakland, CA @ RingCentral Coliseum
Jun 04 - Amsterdam, 07 @ Melkweg
Jun 05 - Bruxelles, Saint-Josse-ten-Noode @ Le Botanique
Jun 06 - Paris, IDF @ Trabendo
Jun 08 - Brighton, ENG @ Chalk
Jun 09 - Bristol, United Kingdom @ SWX
Jun 10 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ O2 Ritz Manchester
Jun 12 - Dublin, 8 @ The National Stadium
Jun 13 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ SWG3
Jun 15 - London, United Kingdom @ Roundhouse
Jul 04 - Milwaukee, WI @ BMO Pavilion
Jul 05 - Marshfield, MA @ Marshfield Fairgrounds
Jul 09 - Montreal, QC @ MTELUS
Jul 10 - Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage
Jul 18 - Boston, MA @ Fenway Park
Jul 19 - Boston, MA @ Fenway Park
Jul 20 - Columbia, MD @ Merriweather Post Pavilion
Aug 04 - Saint Charles, IA @ Avenue of the Saints Amphitheater and Event Center
Aug 06 - Minneapolis, MN @ Surly Brewing Co.
Aug 08 - Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Aug 09 - Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Aug 10 - Dillon, CO @ Dillon Amphitheater
Aug 13 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Granary Live
Aug 15 - Boise, ID @ Outlaw Field at the Idaho Botanical Garden
Aug 17 - Vancouver, BC @ Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
Aug 21 - Carnation, WA @ Remlinger Farms
Aug 23 - Bend, OR @ Hayden Homes Amphitheater
Aug 25 - Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Bowl
Sep 13 - Austin, TX @ Moody Center
Sep 15 - Alpharetta, GA @ Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
Sep 17 - North Charleston, SC @ Firefly Distillery
Sep 19 - Louisville, KY @ Highland Festival Grounds
Sep 20 - Philadelphia, PA @ TD Pavilion at the Mann
Sep 24 - Nashville, TN @ Ascend Amphitheater
Sep 28 - New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
Oct 01 - Rochester, NY @ Gordon Field House and Activities Center
Oct 03 - Chicago, IL @ The Salt Shed
Oct 04 - Chicago, IL @ The Salt Shed
Oct 05 - Chicago, IL @ The Salt Shed
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