Vance Joy will be lighting up Sydney City Limits next week in Australia, he has a European leg booked in March and now he is routed through North America for three months.


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Vance Joy - The Marquee, Tempe, Ariz.

The first North American date for the “Nation Of Two” tour is at Berkeley, Calif.’s Greek Theatre April 13, before Joy’s first turn at Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, Calif., April 15. He stays in the U.S. and Canada until Forecastle Festival July 13 in Louisville, Ky., and Sloss Music & Arts Festival in Birmingham, Ala., July 14. The last headline gig currently scheduled is July 3 in Troutdale, Ore.

The tour is promised to hit South America and to head down under this year. Registration for a Verified Fan presale for the North American dates is open now.

The album Nation Of Two comes out Feb. 23 and is available for pre-order now. The singles “Saturday Sun” and “We’re Going Home” have already been released.

Joy has been a staple at festivals over the past few years, and has kept active on the touring circuit as well. Last year his gig at McMenamins Crystal Ballroom with Amy Shark and Chappell Roan opening sold 1,495 tickets and earned him a $51,704 gross, with fans getting in at a reported average ticket price of $33.

For all things Vance Joy tour related check out his Pollstar artist page.