Mt. Joy

This summer, indie-rock sensation Mt. Joy is taking the stage at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre for two nights of unforgettable performances on Thursday, August 8 and Friday, August 9 — and premier streaming platform Veeps will air both nights LIVE. Known for its breathtaking natural beauty and acoustics, Red Rocks is a magical setting for a band that’s become known for their incredible live sound, as well as their mesmerizing use of lights and visual effects. Veeps All Access subscribers can access the shows for free as part of their subscription, otherwise tickets are on sale for $14.99 for each show or $24.99 for both shows.

Indie roots rockers, Mt. Joy will play their beloved hometown of Philadelphia on September 20, 2024, when they headline the Mann Music Center in Philadelphia. Following the success of their 2023 shows at the Mann, the band will again partner with Philadelphia’s Sharing Excess to host a non-perishable food drive. In addition to raising funds for charitable organizations, Mt.


Mt. Joy's Matt Quinn will be performing an intimate, solo, benefit show in his hometown of Philadelphia at Johnny Brenda's on December 21st.  The event will be donating 100% of the proceeds to World Central Kitchen and will be collecting perishable and non-perishable food items to donate to Sharing Excess.  Adam Melchor will support.


As Saturday morning rolled around, it was immediately clear that the energy was electric in Austin that day. Not only was it the biggest and most attended day of the festival that weekend, but UT Austin’s homecoming game was also held just a few miles North as countless Austinites either split their time between the two events or had their phones out to watch the game in the crowd as the Longhorns hosted the Oklahoma Sooners.

After an astonishing year of selling out iconic venues including Red Rocks Amphitheatre, MGM Music Hall at Fenway (twice), and the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, indie rock band Mt. Joy has officially announced the first wave of their 2024 tour. This tour will feature a headline performance at the historic Madison Square Garden, for the first time, on September 28, 2024.

Mark your calendars, music lovers! AEG Presents is ecstatic to unveil the much-awaited MT. JOY live shows at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Thursday, August 8 and Friday, August 9, 2024. The doors will swing open at 7:00pm, leading the way to a mesmerizing performance at 8:00pm.

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The special 5th anniversary edition of Mt. Joy's 2018 self-titled debut LP is on beautiful blue + purple swirl vinyl, exclusively from Bandbox!


Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats return to Ball Arena for their 19th Annual Holiday Show! This year’s event  will support Harm Reduction Action Center and EarthLinks, two Denver organizations Nathaniel Rateliff & his Marigold Project are passionate about. The 2022 Holiday Show raised $100,000 for various grantees.

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats:

Indie roots rockers, Mt. Joy will play two nights in their hometown at the Mann Music Center August 12th and 13th.  The band has joined forces with Philadelphia’s Sharing Excess to host a non-perishable food drive both nights. As concert goers make their donations (canned goods, pasta, boxed food, etc.), they will be entered into a raffle to win items that include signed merch and a chance to watch the show intimately from the side of the stage.  Mt.


Day two of Boston Calling offered a refreshing roster of eclectic, diverse, and "can't-miss" musical acts. The day featured talented local musicians, including NeeMz, a Palestinian-American multidisciplinary artist based in Boston, who kicked off the day on the Red Stage. The Q-Tip Bandits followed shortly on the Blue Stage, where their rollicking set had the audience dancing and singing along. From there, it was off to the races with crowd-rousing tunes from Utah-based The Aces, and beautiful, tight sets from Joy Oladokun and Mt.

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