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Mt. Joy on Brown’s Island this September

Mt. Joy will be at Brown’s Island on September 15th and tickets go on sale April 28th.




Broadberry Entertainment Group, in partnership with Bowery Presents, announces the return of MT. JOY to Brown’s Island on Friday, September 15.  Gates open at 6pm. Last year’s show at this same location was sold out, and attendees are encouraged to get tickets early this year.

The Philadelphia quintet—Matt Quinn [vocals, guitar], Sam Cooper [guitar], Sotiris Eliopoulos [drums], Jackie Miclau [keys, piano], and Michael Byrnes [bass]— take their name from the quiet rural town in southwest Pennsylvania, about four hours from their Philadelphia base. Forming in 2016, they made their mark two years later when their self-titled Mt. Joy debut album spun off “Silver Lining,” an uplifting power ballad that went to #1 at AAA radio (Billboard Adult Alternative Airplay) and has eclipsed over 120 million Spotify streams to date. Their second album, Rearrange Us (2018) drew widespread critical raves. Over the past four years Mt. Joy has amassed over half a billion streams and have earned acclaim from NPR, Billboard, Rolling Stone, The Line of Best Fit, and more. The band has performed at a variety of festivals such as Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo and has toured with The Lumineers, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, The Revivalists, and The Head and The Heart. Additionally, the band has performed on Stephen Colbert, CBS Morning, Samantha Bee, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel, and Conan.

Fast Pass entry is available for this show via the SouthState Fast Pass Entrance on 7th street. SouthState Bank members get free Fast Pass entry by showing your SouthState debit or credit card. 

Beer and canned cocktails will be available for purchase, and there will be food trucks on the island. Coolers, outside food, and outside beverages are not permitted. Small lawn chairs are allowed. 

On Sale Date: April 28 at 10am
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