Aussie heartbreaker and love-making balladeer Vance Joy is coming to the Fox

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PHOTO PROVIDED BY ATLANTIC RECORDS, BY MILES HOLDER
  • Photo provided by Atlantic Records, by Miles Holder

Little cutie extraordinaire and crooner from Down Under, Vance Joy is bringing his endearing brand of indie sap to the Fox Theatre on May 22.  

Vance Joy’s Nation Of Two world tour kicks off its North American leg on April 13 in Berkeley, CA. In support of his forthcoming record, Nation of Two (Feb. 23) this tour will find Joy taking on bigger stages than he has before. This seems appropriate considering Nation of Two has already amassed 60 million streams and the damn thing isn’t even out yet.

Joy’s breakout hit “Riptide” topped global charts in 2013 and became the longest-charting song in ARIA Chart (Australian music sales) history with 120 consecutive weeks.



Tickets range from $29.50-$49.50 and go on sale Friday, Feb. 23 at 10 a.m. via 313presents.com, The Fox Theatre, and Little Caesars Arena box offices as well as ticketmaster.com

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