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The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

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JOY THEATER COVID-19 GUIDELINES

The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

Stay tuned to The Joy’s social media accounts and website for the most up-to-date information.

AEG Presents

THE DRIVER ERA SUMMER TOUR 2022

Wednesday August 17
Doors 6:30 pm
Starts 7:30 pm
Ages All Ages

AEG Presents
The Driver Era
Summer Tour 2022
Special Guest - Summer Salt
with support from Almost Monday

Wednesday, August 17, 2022
Joy Theater
New Orleans, LA

6:30PM Doors
7:30PM Show

All Ages

JOY THEATER COVID-19 GUIDELINES

The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

Stay tuned to The Joy’s social media accounts and website for the most up-to-date information.

A Winter Circle Production

Courtney Barnett with We Don't Ride Llamas

Tuesday September 06
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm
Ages All Ages

A Winter Circle Production 
Courtney Barnett
with support from We Don't Ride Llamas

Tuesday, September 6, 2022
Joy Theater
New Orleans, LA

7PM Doors
8PM Show
All Ages

Local Pre-sales: Thursday, June 9 @ 10am (password: NOLADAYBYDAY) 
On Sale: Friday, June 10 @ 10am local 

JOY THEATER COVID-19 GUIDELINES

The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

Stay tuned to The Joy’s social media accounts and website for the most up-to-date information.

A Winter Circle Production

DINOSAUR JR. WITH SPECIAL GUEST RYLEY WALKER

Friday September 16
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm
Ages all ages

Sweep It Into Space

Here is Sweep It Into Space, the fifth new studio album cut by Dinosaur Jr.. during the 13th year of their rebirth. Originally scheduled for issue in mid 2020, this record's temporal trajectory was thwarted by the coming of the Plague. But it would take more than a mere Plague to tamp down the exquisite fury of this trio when they are fully dialed-in. And Sweep It Into Space is a masterpiece of zoned dialing.

In the decades since the release of Dinosaur Jr.'s original triptych of foundational albums, it has become clear that their sound -- once hailed as a sort of  almost-tamed noise -- is/was/always-has-been fully functioning pop music of a sort. The subsequent generations of bands who grew up breathing Dino's fumes managed to tinker around with the edges of their original post-hardcore song-forms enough for listeners to realize there had always been melodies at the center of everything they did. What Dinosaur Jr.. produces is nothing but a beautiful new version of the rock continuum -- riff, power, beat and longing, created with an eye on the infinite future.

Recorded, as usual, at Amherst's Biquiteen, the sessions for Sweep It Into Space began in the late Autumn of 2019, following a West Coast/South East tour. The only extra musician used this time with Kurt Vile.

J Mascis says, “Kurt played little lead things, like 12 string one at the beginning of 'I Ran Away.' Then I ended up just mimicking a few things he'd done. I was listening to a lot of Thin Lizzy, so I was trying to get some of that dueling twin lead sound. (laughs)”

“But the recording session was pretty well finished by the time things really hit the fan. So I just ended up doing more things by myself. Like the mini digital mellotron on 'Take It Back.' Originally I'd thought I'd have Ken Mauri (who has done keyboard work for Dino in the past) come in and play piano. But when the Lock Down happened in March, that meant I was on my own. But it was cool.”

Indeed, Sweep It Into Space is a very cool album. As is typical, Lou Barlow writes and sings two of the album's dozen tunes and Murph's pure-Flinstonian drumming drives the record like a go cart from Hell. Lou's songs here are as elegant as always. “Garden” is a mid-paced ballad with genteel guitar filigree giving it a '60 Brit feel in spots. And the album's closer, “You Wonder,” is a strangely excellent answer to the question -- “How would Blue Oyster Cult handle a country tune?” 

J's tracks flow and flower in the different directions he often follows. Some are guitar howlers, like “I Met the Stones,” with a string sound midway between Hendrix and Asheton. Some are power ballads, like “And Me,” its lyrics atomized in a manner invented by Mascis, then famously borrowed by Kurt Cobain. And there are anomalies, like “Take It Back,” which starts with a blue-beat rhythm putting one in mind of Keith Richards' Jamaican explorations (at least for a little bit.) 

But there are very few moments where you wouldn't know you were hearing Dinosaur Jr.. in blindfolded needle drop. They have a signature sound as sure as the Stooges or Sonic Youth or Discharge ever did. They continue to expand their personal universe with Sweep It Into Space, without ever losing their central core. 

So if you ever do find yourself swept into space (hey, who knows?), I just hope these tunes are on your playlist. 

--Byron Coley

 

JOY THEATER COVID-19 GUIDELINES

The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

Stay tuned to The Joy’s social media accounts and website for the most up-to-date information.

A WINTER CIRCLE PRODUCTION

BONOBO Fragments Live Tour

Monday October 03
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

A Winter Circle Production
Bonobo - Fragments Live Tour
w/ support from O'flynn

Monday, October 3, 2022 
Joy Theater 
New Orleans, LA     

7PM Doors     
8PM Show     

All Ages   

JOY THEATER COVID-19 GUIDELINES

The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

Stay tuned to The Joy’s social media accounts and website for the most up-to-date information.

A Winter Circle Production

An Evening with Goose Dripfield Fall Tour

Thursday October 06
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm
Ages All Ages

A Winter Circle Production
An Evening with Goose
Dripfield Fall Tour

Thursday, October 6
Joy Theater
New Orleans, LA

All Ages

Doors 7pm
Show 8pm

Venue Presale: Thurs, July 21 @ 10am-10pm
Password: DRIPFIELD

Public On Sale: Fri, July 22 @ 10am

JOY THEATER COVID-19 GUIDELINES

The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

Stay tuned to The Joy’s social media accounts and website for the most up-to-date information.

A Winter Circle Production

An Evening With Goose Dripfield Fall Tour

Friday October 07
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm
Ages All Ages

A Winter Circle Production
An Evening with Goose
Dripfield Fall Tour

Friday, October 7
Joy Theater
New Orleans, LA

All Ages

Doors 7pm
Show 8pm

Venue Presale: Thurs, July 21 @ 10am-10pm
Password: DRIPFIELD

Public On Sale: Fri, July 22 @ 10am

JOY THEATER COVID-19 GUIDELINES

The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

Stay tuned to The Joy’s social media accounts and website for the most up-to-date information.

The Joy Theater Presents

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors Let's Go Somewhere Tour

Saturday October 08
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors
Let's Go Somewhere Tour
with support from MIPSO

Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors, Dragons

Drew Holcomb’s songs have always charged his listeners’ hearts and minds while inspiring them to think, feel, dance, and love. But with his new album, Dragons, his subject material finds the singer using a finer brush and mixing more of the joys, struggles, and specific moments of his own life than ever before to help him paint his masterpieces and connect with fans on a universal level. With its modern production, careful sense of craft and collaboration, and rafter-reaching anthems carrying profound, intentional lyrics, the album represents Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors’s biggest moment yet, a powerful portrait stretched across a wide sonic canvas.

The story of Dragons is the culmination of myriad events, connections, challenges, and years of hard, determined work for Holcomb, both as a bandleader and a family man. For the last decade, the Tennessee-based musician has established himself as one of Americana and Southern roots music’s freshest upstarts, building his following and critical appeal with every release, show, and venture. From his position as curator and entrepreneur with various undertakings—from cocreator of the successful, diverse Moon River Music Festival that makes its sold-out home in Chattanooga this Fall, to the Magnolia Record Club vinyl subscription program that he founded and curates on a monthly basis—to his role of husband for the last 14 years and father to three children, Holcomb cites the nature of his life of late as equal parts “collaborative” and “chaotic.” Having released a full-length Neighbors album, Souvenir, in 2017 to much acclaim, a co-released EP with Johnnyswim, Goodbye Road, in 2018, enjoyed the stripped-down and mostly sold-out “You & Me” tour with his wife, singer Ellie Holcomb, in 2018 and early 2019, and opened larger shows for Willie Nelson and the Zac Brown Band with The Neighbors, Holcomb’s legend and reach continues to grow. So when it came time to begin work on a new album, he forced himself to try something different and to mine untapped territory—and in a manner he had never before attempted.

As Holcomb embarked on the tour for Souvenir in 2017, he disciplined himself to write new songs in a more consistent manner than his past efforts. Where his previous work was written more in lump sum moments during specific blocks of time set aside for creative outburst, he found that spending two to three days each week with his guitar in hand and working on new material yielded better results in both quantity and diversity. Inspired to “throw off some self-imposed shackles” in terms of subject matter and style, the new material was shaping up to point him in an altogether new and exciting direction—and perhaps because he had opened himself up to writing while his “normal” life was rolling along, the songs began to take on a more intimate point of view.

To assist him with the scope of the challenge, Holcomb turned to his friends and peers for collaboration—in fact, six of Dragons’s ten songs are co-writes. Even though he was writing about his own unique experiences, Holcomb discovered that the support of other trusted ears and hearts proved valuable beyond his estimation. From working with the legendary Lori McKenna on several songs and country songwriting star Natalie Hemby on another, to previous tourmate Sean McConnell as well as Zach Williams of The Lone Bellow, Holcomb learned how to reap the benefits of sharing without being territorial while ultimately serving his own vision for the pieces at large. He also co-wrote the song “Bittersweet” with producer and songwriter Cason Cooley (Ingrid Michaelson, American Authors), loving the process and result so much that he invited Cooley to produce the entire album.

Cooley took Holcomb and the Neighbors to the esteemed Echo Mountain studio in Asheville, North Carolina, to record in January of 2019. They shared a vision for the finished album that would give it a more modern sound than Holcomb’s previous recordings, with his songs balancing the line of large, layered anthems with nuanced singer-songwriter moments—or, as he says, “expanding the emotional architecture of the songs so that the bigger themes and emotions would have space to hit harder.” Having always allowed his band—including Rich Brinsfield on bass, Nathan Dugger on guitar, and session drummer Will Sayles—to play by its own rules, Holcomb and company again embraced that ethos and remained open-minded for the inclusion of any instrument, tweak, technique, or style as long as it served the human element and earnest feeling of each song. Several were tracked live with minimal studio tweaking occurring afterwards, and others were built over time with a more fastidious approach. The result is Holcomb’s brightest and most complex album yet, a focused and cohesive affair that challenges the sonic notions of where his music can travel while still connecting directly to his listeners’ hearts.

Dragons begins with “Family,” an infectious, upbeat stomper about the universal yet unique nostalgia of growing up, as told through the reflective lens of fatherhood. “My family gave me wings to be a songwriter,” Holcomb says. “Family can drive you crazy but it can also be the tie that binds.” A staple in the band’s live set for the past year, it originally had more of a front porch feel but evolved into its worldly, amped-up Paul Simon-esque version during the recording process. Next, “End of the World” is an electrified clarion call for unity, community, and revelry in the upside-down world of today—Holcomb’s take on eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow you die. “Sometimes throwing a party is the only way to fight off the darkness, and I wanted it to be an epic, boisterous, raise-your-glass-and-yell-with-me anthem,” he says. The song forced him out of his comfort zone and stretches him to new vocal and melodic heights, resulting in one of the most rewarding moments of his career to date.

A similar triumph from a different corner of his soul is “You Never Leave My Heart,” a touching and tender daydream filled with sadness that Holcomb wrote right after the New Year about the death of his brother nearly 20 years ago. For most of that time he had been unable to write in a way that captured the full scope of grief and emotional loss, but last January he found the right words and sings them through the most intense and sublime vocal performance of his career, leaving every piece of his heart on the studio floor in the process. Meanwhile, songs for his son and wife, “See the World” and “But I’ll Never Forget the Way You Make Me Feel,” showcase a similarly sensitive approach, highlighted by Holcomb’s knack for multi-level details and his ability to share the intimate moments of his most meaningful relationships in a universal way.

But the album’s true heart is its eponymous song, “Dragons,” a strong, vibrant tune about wrestling down the various roles we all play while living a life filled with love and pride. Inspired by Holcomb’s grandfather, a larger-than-life personality who embodied the spirit of living to his peak until his final days, the song imagines his ghost-like return to visit Holcomb in a dream. It is a bombastic number about bearing witness to the truth and justice the world lacks, despite not knowing what tomorrow might bring. And while searching for a title for the entire record, Holcomb recognized the song’s bigger implications and realized how its message exemplifies the larger work.

“A big part of this record for me was about taking stock of the many roles I play and synthesizing them into the emotions of these songs,” Holcomb says. “I’ve made peace with the fact that I live a pretty normal life—I’ve got a happy marriage, healthy kids, a job I enjoy immensely—and yet still I’m reminded of the quote: ‘Always be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a great battle.’ Everybody is trying to fight their way through some sort of hell; people wake up every morning and there are dragons they have to slay that day. What I’ve learned is that music is here to help us overcome and get through life and survive those moments.”

For Drew Holcomb, music is what helps us try to understand our place in a world full of equal parts chaos, confusion, love, and community, and Dragons is his reminder to all of us to keep fighting the good fight and to never give up.

JOY THEATER COVID-19 GUIDELINES

The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

Stay tuned to The Joy’s social media accounts and website for the most up-to-date information.

A Winter Circle Production

Arlo Parks Collapsed In Sunbeams Tour

Monday October 10
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

In Arlo Parks world, words are as useful as photographs. Luscious, expressive vignettes pepper the poetic lyrics in her sweet, ruminative indie pop songs. Born Anaïs Oluwatoyin Estelle Marinho, the 20-year-old from West London - who burst onto the scene with 2018’s “Cola” - uses poetry as her songwriting compass, weaving vivid imagery and sensory touches throughout the stirring, honest stories that make up her already-rich body of work. “I was really interested in the idea of delving into a hyper-specific moment and making it feel universal, making it something that people could connect to,” Arlo says about drawing from poetry in her approach.

 

A sensitive child, Arlo grew up in a peaceful part of town. “There wasn’t that much to do, and I was a pretty happy kid, I was very much in my own little world,” she explains, describing spending her free time exploring creative ways to express her emotions. “Because I was feeling a lot, I started writing quite young,” she says, referencing poets Gary Snyder, Mary Oliver and Pat Parker and more who inspired her to write. “It’s that cinematic quality that can make you feel like you’re plunged into someone’s subjectivity,” she adds about poetry’s impact. Arlo recalls a gift from her uncle—a record collection that included classics from Sade, Earth Wind & Fire, and Bob Dylan—and choir practice as fundamentals to her musical side. Like most kids her age, she grew up digging around on YouTube for music, discovering Portishead, Odd Future, Elliott Smith, Joni Mitchell, King Krule and an eclectic range of music to root herself in.

 

When she was 14, Arlo downloaded Garageband and started making beats to rhyme her poetry to, which over time naturally morphed into singing and the dulce soprano that sets her apart in today’s music climate. In 2017, she took a chance and submitted her recordings to BBC Introducing, which led to her first interview, management and recording contract. In the summer of 2018, Arlo dove into her first EP, collaborating with producer Gianluca Buccellati on 2019’s acclaimed Super Sad Generation. “We were in an Airbnb in London, just writing, taking photos, and going for walks,” Arlo remembers - they ended up writing the songs in just 24 hours. Arlo’s Sophie EP quickly followed, alongside performances at Glastonbury and Latitude Festivals and supporting slots on tour with Jordan Rakei and Loyle Carner. A place on the BBC Sound Poll, and inclusion in Dazed’s 100 List, followed in 2020 - beginning a truly exceptional year for Arlo. Landing covers with NME and Evening Standard, winning the AIM One to Watch and BBC Introducing Artist Of The Year Awards, making her debut appearances on COLORS and Later.... with Jools Holland, all whilst gaining champions in Phoebe Bridgers, Billie Eilish, Florence Welch, Lily Allen, Michaela Coel and Michelle Obama.

JOY THEATER COVID-19 GUIDELINES

The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

Stay tuned to The Joy’s social media accounts and website for the most up-to-date information.

A Winter Circle Production

Control Your Narrative Arise North America Tour

Saturday October 22
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm
Ages All Ages

ON SALE on Thursday July 14th at 10am CT

Control Your Narrative (CYN) has found its “purpose” and is proud to announce “Arise”, a series of live events featuring combative PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING action and the real stories of those who choose to fight. Headlined by “The Titan” Adam Scherr, ec3, Flip Gordon, Westin Blake, Dontae Smiley and a variety of other top names in the field of “sports and entertainment,” “CYN Arise is a live event like any “traditional wrestling show” but will be everything but “traditional.” “CYN Arise” will be captured exclusively for PWTV and offer an unique, interactive experience, where fans can not only meet and greet their favorite stars but watch them do what these world-class competitors do best. Fight.

JOY THEATER COVID-19 GUIDELINES

The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

Stay tuned to The Joy’s social media accounts and website for the most up-to-date information.

Joy Theater Presents

Steve Hofstetter For Those Still With Us

Saturday October 29
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

Author, columnist, and comedian Steve Hofstetter is often called the hardest working man in show-business. With all due respect to the late James Brown.

Hofstetter's national TV debut came on ESPN's Quite Frankly, where Stephen A. Smith yelled at him for three minutes. Hofstetter has also appeared on CBS' "Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson", Showtime's "White Boyz in the Hood", VH1's "Countdown", Sundance's "On the Road in America", and ABC's "Barbara Walter's Special", where he thankfully did not cry. He is the host and executive producer of "Laughs" on Fox networks, where he only cries occasionally.

One of the top booked acts on the college circuit, the original writer for collegehumor.com has also released six albums. Hofstetter has written humor columns for the New York Times, SportsIllustrated.com, and NHL.com, where he publicly admitted to being a Ranger fan.

After hosting Four Quotas on Sirius Satellite Radio for two seasons, Hofstetter moved to broadcast radio, and his Sports Minute (Or So) was syndicated on over 170 stations and in over 30 newspapers. Hofstetter's second live comedy album ("Cure For the Cable Guy") reached #20 on Billboard's comedy charts. His third album ("Dark Side of the Room") was the first ever pay-what-you-want" comedy album, since people were going to steal it anyway. His fourth album consisted of an hour of 100% ad-libbed material, which is, frankly, nuts. And his fifth album hit #1 on iTunes' comedy charts, which is also a bit nuts.

Hofstetter's brutal tour schedule consists of over 100 colleges and dozens of clubs every year, and is fueled by an immense online popularity, tons of press, and a Prius with great gas mileage. He reached 200,000 friends on Facebook (still the world record), 400,000 more on MySpace, and high shelves in grocery stores.

While Hofstetter's live shows are routinely sold out, he is best known for his writing, first published at age 15, mainly to impress girls. At 18, he co-founded "Sports Jerk of the Week", an irreverent website featured by press like USA Today's Baseball Weekly, Sports Illustrated and CNN. And at 20, Hofstetter took a year off of school to head up web content for the New York Yankees. The Yankees won the World Series that year, which would have been wonderful if they hadn't beaten Hofstetter's Mets. Yes, he's also a Mets fan. Poor kid.

While an undergraduate at Columbia University, Hofstetter was a well-read columnist for the Columbia Daily Spectator and a voice of the Lions. After a summer writing for Maxim, ESPN, and Sports Illustrated for Kids, Hofstetter syndicated his column in several newspapers.

Without his glasses, Hofstetter also looks a great deal like Michael Rappaport.

JOY THEATER COVID-19 GUIDELINES

The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

Stay tuned to The Joy’s social media accounts and website for the most up-to-date information.

Joe "Mr. D" Dombrowski

Saturday November 05
Doors 6:00 pm
Starts 7:00 pm
Ages All Ages

All tickets on sale: 08/05/2022

Joe Dombrowski (aka Mr. D) took the world by storm in 2017 with a viral April Fools’ Day spelling test prank that landed him multiple appearances on the Ellen Degeneres show. Don’t get it twisted though! It takes at least 20 years to be an overnight sensation! Joe has been doing stand-up comedy since he was eight years old in his third grade talent show. He’s never stopped! Since Joe’s rise to fame, he has been traveling the globe with his stand-up comedy which often highlights his crazy life as an elementary teacher. When he’s not getting creative on screens and stages, Joe spends his time in Seattle, Washington producing his podcast, “Social Studies” where he recaps absolutely insane stories from teachers all over the world. See more of Joe on many forms of social media using the handle @mrdtimes3 or catch him live at one of his shows!

JOY THEATER COVID-19 GUIDELINES

The Joy Theater no longer requires proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or negative Covid-19 tests, unless otherwise required by an artist for their upcoming show.

If you are planning to attend or purchase a ticket to an upcoming show, we ask that you visit that show’s event page on TheJoyTheater.com to see what Covid-19 policies might be in place, as each show may have different restrictions.

Stay tuned to The Joy’s social media accounts and website for the most up-to-date information.

A Winter Circle Production

Mark Normand All Over the Road

Saturday November 26
Doors 6:00 pm
Starts 7:00 pm
Ages All Ages

A Winter Circle Production
Mark Normand: All Over the Road
Saturday, November 26, 2022

Joy Theater
New Orleans, LA

6:00PM Doors
7PM Show
All Ages

About Joy

The Joy Theater is a 1,200-person capacity historic event venue on Canal Street in downtown New Orleans.

As one of the first movie theaters to open in downtown New Orleans in the 1940s, the Joy Theater has been a Canal Street icon for decades. Today, our transformed theater brings thousands of people together every week to enjoy sounds from the best on the scene — including Summer Walker, Rufus Du Sol, Galactic, Future Islands, RuPaul’s Drag Race, and GRiZ.

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