In Our Own Sweet Time Tour 2023
This event is all ages.
$65.00 – General Admission Floor
$65.00 – Reserved Seating
*plus applicable service fees
For an additional $60.00, you can opt in to upgrade your experience to include access to the exclusive Telegraph Room before, during and after the show! Please note all Telegraph Room upgrades are subject to availability.
Join us at The Den one hour before doors for food & drinks!
All doors & show times subject to change.
You don’t sell over two million copies of your debut album without some serious hard work, and Australian singer/songwriter Vance Joy has never been shy of major elbow grease. When Vance Joy first cut his teeth performing at open mic nights in Melbourne, he was feeding on a diet of artists like The Pogues and Paul Kelly. By 2013 he was ready to introduce the world to his ukulele-led charm ‘Riptide,’ which became an instant global classic. The connection and journey his music was about to have on the world in years to come was an unexpected reward to the young songwriter.
Vance Joy (born James Keogh) consolidated on that first impression with further anthems ‘Mess is Mine,’ ‘Georgia’ and ‘Fire and the Flood.’ Those hits all found a home on the 2014’s debut ‘dream your life away.’ Vance Joy spent 2013 and 2014 playing clubs around the world before the album was released which then saw him surface everywhere from singing on the American Idol Season Final to being handpicked to open Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour, festivals from Lollapalooza in Chicago and South America, to Coachella, Splendour in the Grass and the AFL Grand Final. After his successful Sold Out 2016 ‘Fire and The Flood’ North American theatre run, and Australian performances at the Sydney Opera House, Margaret Court Arena and Riverstage he took a well-earned rest.
Come July 2017 — Vance Joy kicked off the campaign for his Sophomore album ‘Nation of Two’ with the lead single ‘Lay It On Me’ showing it was destined to be another successful album. The track was followed six months later with the album and follow up single ‘Saturday Sun,’ a tune so good that he held up delivering Nation of Two to ensure it made the cut.
The success of ‘Nation of Two’ saw Vance Joy tour the world throughout 2018 on the ‘Nation of Two World Tour’ ranging in venues from Arena’s across Canada, Amphitheatres in North America including the famous Red Rocks, the first Latin American headline shows, theatres across Europe and Arena’s across Australia including two sold-out hometown shows at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena. November 2018, the end of the 83 date World Tour, Vance Joy had yet another offer to tour with one of the worlds biggest female artists. P!NK extended an offer for Vance Joy to join her European stadium run on her Beautiful Trauma World Tour. Summer 2019 saw Vance Joy and band join her biggest tour to date and enjoy an extensive run of Stadium shows across Europe before taking another well-earned break to work on album number three.
It’s no surprise that listeners all over the world connect to Vance Joys intimate yet anthemic songwriting. His lyrics take you on a journey that will reach out and hold you for a delicate moment. Bringing together a unique, charming mix of folk music with pop influences, these songs capture the familiar pulse of everyday experiences in a unique and celebratory manner.
Known for his coastal folk sonic goodness, touring prestige and a laid back approach to life in his van, the name Jack Botts is rapidly cementing itself on the Australian conscious.
In just a handful of years on the scene, Jack Botts has gone from chippy-turned-busker-into full time touring musician and one of the fastest growing artists in the country on all fronts.
Recently completing a mammoth 40-date Australia tour – which boats over 7,000 tickets sold, a sold out night at Melbourne’s prestigious Corner Hotel and 3,000 punters in Victoria alone – he continued his global pursuit with his debut international tour of Europe and UK, selling out inaugural shows in London among other markets.
Elsewhere on the touring front, Jack recently appeared at NYE On The Hill and Ocean Sounds festivals and has just been announced on the Boardmasters (UK) stage, propped up on a huge bill including the likes of Kings Of Leon, Disclosure, The Wombats.
In June 2021, Jack released his stunning six-track Slow Mornings EP, which has gone on to clock a whopping 5 Million streams and draw press attention from the likes of Rolling Stone Australia, The AU Review, Pilerats, Like Velvet and more. Its singles including ‘18th Floor’ and ’Slow Mornings’ have each enjoyed long-standing rotation on triple j Unearthed and additions to high-level playlists including Chilled Afternoon, Summer Waves, Slow Dancing in the Living Room, Coast to Coast, Coastal Folk and Acoustic Chill.
On the back of Slow Mornings, Jack released his live record Live At Miami Marketta, spanning 6 tracks recorded live from the Gold Coast’s Miami Marketta (a personal favourite venue of the Brisbane-native) alongside a never-before-released fan favourite called ‘Ooh La La’.