Vance Joy Atlanta Tickets
Hailing from Melbourne, the honey-voiced crooner Vance Joy is having the time of his life. He’s the main supporting act on Taylor Swift’s “1989 Tour” and the trek has been called one of the top ones this summer. The 84-date tour spans out for seven months and has the most expensive tickets this season. Joy couldn’t have asked for a better platform to showcase his talent and Vance Joy Atlanta tickets for his upcoming concert at the Georgia Dome are in great demand. With Taylor Swift leading the pack, the indie-folk musician will also be joined by Shawn Mendes. 2015 just keeps getting better and brighter for Joy. He recently earned a nomination at the MTV VMA for “Artist to Watch” and is currently enjoying airplay and appreciation for his latest track “Fire and the Flood”.
An Artist to Watch
Travelling alongside Taylor Swift on her epic “1989 Tour”, Vance Joy is performing in front of 50,000+ crowd every night. In between these supporting shows, he’s also headlining his own concerts and making appearances at numerous festivals. His upcoming show will once again feature him beside the pop queen Swift, and fans are rushing for Vance Joy Atlanta tickets.
Currently on a career high, Joy keeps on adding to his list of achievements which include a Gold certified debut album “Dream Your Life Away” and Platinum certified singles – Georgia and Riptide.
More Interesting Tidbits About the Man of the Moment
- Vance Joy proudly became the first artist to top the “Hottest 100” countdown without releasing an album. (This was before his debut record hit the shelves.)
- Born with the name James Keogh, his stage name Vance Joy is inspired from a character in Australian author Peter Carey’s book “Bliss”.
- It took him almost five years to come up with the refined version of the song “Riptide”. And before releasing it officially, he took the single out on a test drive on Facebook.
- Before his career in music, Vance Joy was a professional football player. He was a defender for Coburg Football Club.
- Vance Joy formed a band just four months before he hit the road on a tour. His debut performance at the Splendour in the Grass also happens to be his biggest one.