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JOSEPH

  May 5, 2022 7:00 PM

Doors Open: 6:00 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
GENERAL ADMISSION: $25.00
DAY OF - GENERAL ADMISSION: $28.00

TICKET SALE DATES
GENERAL ADMISSION Public Onsale: November 5, 2021 10:00 AM to May 4, 2022 11:59 PM
DAY OF - GENERAL ADMISSION Public Onsale: May 5, 2022 12:00 AM to May 5, 2022 9:00 PM
We will be accepting proof of full vaccination for Covid-19 OR a negative COVID test dated within 72 hours with an ID, for entry into our venues. Masks will also be required for entry and for the duration of the event. By purchasing a ticket, you agree to this policy.


JOSEPH with Opening Act TBA


Joseph, the band got their start playing backyard parties, and gradually amasseda devoted fanbase. Following the release of I’m Alone, No You’re Not—an album made with Mike Mogis(First Aid Kit, Jenny Lewis)—Joseph soon began taking the stage at major festivals like Bonnaroo and touring with such artists as James Bay and Amos Lee. As they brought Good Luck, Kid to life, the Closner sisters expanded on the elegant synergy of elements initially glimpsed on their debut: Meegan’s sharp melodic skills, Allison’s gift for uncovering the emotional heart of each track, and Natalie’s extraordinary songwriting instincts. “Making this album, there were so many times when we’d be trying to come up with the next verse to a song, and Natalie would pull together something amazing completely out of nowhere,” Allison recalls. “It’s like she’s some kind of magician.”

In reflecting on the quiet metamorphosis chronicled within Good Luck, Kid, Joseph hope that the album might spark a similar evolution in listeners.“For me this record is about stepping out of being a victim, and I’d love for it to help people feel like they have the power to change their own lives too,” says Meegan. In the spirit of that well-wishing, Good Luck, Kid closes out with a starkly arranged but unforgettably tender benediction called “Room for You.”“My best friend recently had a baby, and as I was holding him I had this feeling like, ‘I never want you to hurt, ever,’” says Natalie. “I love the idea of ending the record by sending people off with that message: ‘I hope the world makes room for you and your dreams.’ I know that an album can’t ever fix anything, but I hope it can be abalm whatever’s hurting, and helps people feel like they’re truly believed in.”
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