Joseph

Thu Jun 29 2023

8:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

Brooklyn Bowl Nashville

925 3rd Ave North Nashville, TN 37201

$29.50 - $139.50

Ages 18+

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In order to prevent scalper activity there is a delivery delay on everyone's tickets. You will receive an email from Ticketweb 1 week prior to the show's start time and you can pull up the tickets off your phone and scan them at the door.

This event is 18+, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Valid government-issued photo ID is required for entry. No refunds will be issued for failure to produce proper identification.

This ticket is valid for standing room only, general admission. ADA accommodations are available day of show.

All support acts are subject to change without notice.

Any change in showtimes, safety protocols, and other important information will be relayed to ticket-buyers via email. 

Want to have the total VIP experience? Upgrade your ticket today by reserving a bowling lane or VIP Box by reaching out to nashvilleevents@brooklynbowl.com

ALL SALES ARE FINAL

 

Joseph Meet & Greet Experience

  • One premium reserved ticket -or- one general admission ticket (where applicable)

  • Early entry to the venue

  • Meet & greet / photo opportunity with Joseph

  • Access to an intimate pre-show soundcheck performance and Q&A with Joseph 

  • Tour poster signed by Joseph

  • Specially designed Joseph clear tote bag

  • Commemorative VIP laminate

  • Merchandise shopping opportunity before general doors

  • Limited availability

Joseph

  • Joseph

    Joseph

    Folk

    For nearly a decade, Oregon-bred indie-pop trio Joseph have performed a certain emotional alchemy with
    their music, channeling their deepest inner tensions into songs that spark a life-changing shift in
    perspective. In the making of their third studio album The Sun, Natalie Closner and her sisters, twins
    Meegan Closner and Allison Closner focused their soul-searching songwriting on the quietly damaging
    forces that keep us from living fully in our truth (e.g., gaslighting, cultural conditioning, unconscious yet
    painfully limiting self-beliefs). Rooted in a newly emboldened sound that lets their breathtaking three-part
    harmonies shine more brightly than ever, the result is a body of work that radically expands our sense of
    possibility, ultimately illuminating a path toward greater peace and self-reliance even in the most chaotic
    of times.
    The follow-up to Good Luck, Kid—a 2019 release that reached #4 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums
    chart—The Sun builds from its predecessor’s cinematic pop and imbues a thrilling new energy into each
    elegantly sculpted track. In bringing the album to life, Joseph worked with acclaimed producers like
    Tucker Martine (My Morning Jacket, First Aid Kit, Laura Veirs), Christian “Leggy” Langdon (Meg
    Myers, Amos Lee, BANKS), Jessica Dobson (Deep Sea Diver), and Joey Burns (Calexico), alongside
    songwriting collaborators including, Tayla Parx and Wynne Bennett, known for their work with artists
    such as Janelle Monae, Twin Shadow, Haim, Khalid, Normani and Ariana Grande. Collectively shaping
    an irresistibly vibrant sound encompassing everything from the moody grandeur of the album-opening
    “Waves Crash” to the pure anthemic glory of tracks like “Kicking Up The Light.” With the band taking a
    decidedly more hands-on role in the production process, The Sun continually achieves the exquisite feat
    of spinning incredibly complex concepts into sing-along-ready pop songs, providing a captivating
    backdrop for Joseph’s fearlessly personal storytelling.
    One of the first songs recorded for The Sun, the album’s shimmering title track served as something of a
    sonic breakthrough for Joseph. “We’d already played that song live so many times and sung it in a
    particular way that was more dramatic and had a kind of gravitas to it, but Leggy took it in a more
    buoyant and summery direction,” Natalie explains. Inspired by Meegan’s experience in working through
    the lessons of a past relationship, “The Sun” now centers on a lush arrangement of galvanizing rhythms,
    radiant piano tones, and gorgeously euphoric harmonies—all of which lend a profoundly triumphant spirit
    to the song’s statement of self-celebration (“I thought I was the light switch you turned on/But I was the
    Sun”). As Natalie acknowledges, that shift toward a more joyful and resplendent presentation perfectly
    mirrors The Sun’s underlying narrative. “The whole album is a sort of thinking through of the story that
    you tell about yourself, to yourself,” she says. “It’s about looking at whatever is diminishing you or
    making you believe in these limitations you’ve put on yourself, and then finally asking, ‘What if I’m more
    than that?’”
    “All of our therapists were a huge influence on this album,” Meegan noted. The Sun endlessly reveals
    Joseph’s commitment to the clear-eyed self-reflection that’s guided the band since their earliest days.
    Raised in a musical household (their father was a jazz singer and drummer, their mother was a theater
    teacher), the three sisters officially formed Joseph in 2014 and got their start playing house shows,

    quickly landing a deal with ATO Records. After making their widely lauded debut with 2015’s I’m Alone,
    No You’re Not, which featured their hit song, “White Flag,” the band went on to attract the attention of
    artists such as Billie Eilish, and tour with the likes of James Bay, Amos Lee and most recently The Shins,
    in addition to taking the stage at major festivals like Coachella, Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits,
    Glastonbury, and more. While Good Luck, Kid marked a bold departure from the dreamlike folk of their
    first full-length, Joseph felt called to push their musical boundaries even further on The Sun—an endeavor
    that repeatedly required them to assume a new level of courage and agency in the creative process. “We
    grew a lot in learning how to say ‘no’ and speak up for ourselves,” Allison points out. “The idea of saying
    ‘no’ in order to allow for a better ‘yes’ later on—that was a lesson that we had to learn,” Natalie adds. “It
    could be uncomfortable at times, but making sure that we stayed our course was really powerful for us.”
    Over the course of The Sun’s 10 soul-stirring tracks, each member of Joseph adds new texture and detail
    to the album’s emotional arc by sharing her own distinct viewpoint on the journey toward self-realization.
    On the sweetly emphatic lead single “Nervous System,” for instance, Allison opens up about learning to
    undo the thought patterns that contributed to her longtime struggle with anxiety. “I know it’s not
    everybody’s experience, but I’ve found a lot of power in understanding my own ability to self-soothe,
    instead of turning to other people or some kind of distraction to try to feel okay,” she says. Meanwhile, on
    the wistful yet wildly effervescent “Fireworks,” the band speaks to the self-doubt and frustration that
    sometimes accompany refusing to compromise your romantic ideals.
    For Joseph, the act of fiercely protecting their artistic vision closely aligns with the abundance of insights
    threaded throughout The Sun. “As Closners and as women—or maybe even just as humans—it can be
    very hard to tell someone that something isn’t working for you,” says Allison. “But this album was a
    unique experience, because we learned to step up and stand our ground and speak our truth when we
    needed to.” And with the release of The Sun, Joseph hope that listeners might undergo a similar
    transformation in their sense of strength and self-assurance. “I want people to feel empowered,” says
    Meegan. ”I want them to recognize the power with themselves, and to know that they’re good—that
    they’re more than they think they are.”

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Includes: GA Ticket, Early entry, Meet & Greet, Photo, Pre-show soundcheck, Tour poster, Tote bag, Laminate, Early merch shopping

$139.50

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Terms & Conditions

This event is 18 and over. Any ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

This event is 18+, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Valid government-issued photo ID is required for entry. No refunds will be issued for failure to produce proper identification.

This ticket is valid for standing room only, general admission. ADA accommodations are available day of show.

All support acts are subject to change without notice.

Any change in showtimes, safety protocols, and other important information will be relayed to ticket-buyers via email.

Want to have the total VIP experience? Upgrade your ticket today by reserving a bowling lane or VIP Box by reaching out to nashvilleevents@brooklynbowl.com

ALL SALES ARE FINAL

Joseph

Thu Jun 29 2023 8:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

Brooklyn Bowl Nashville Nashville TN
Joseph

$29.50 - $139.50 Ages 18+

In order to prevent scalper activity there is a delivery delay on everyone's tickets. You will receive an email from Ticketweb 1 week prior to the show's start time and you can pull up the tickets off your phone and scan them at the door.

This event is 18+, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Valid government-issued photo ID is required for entry. No refunds will be issued for failure to produce proper identification.

This ticket is valid for standing room only, general admission. ADA accommodations are available day of show.

All support acts are subject to change without notice.

Any change in showtimes, safety protocols, and other important information will be relayed to ticket-buyers via email. 

Want to have the total VIP experience? Upgrade your ticket today by reserving a bowling lane or VIP Box by reaching out to nashvilleevents@brooklynbowl.com

ALL SALES ARE FINAL

 

Joseph Meet & Greet Experience

  • One premium reserved ticket -or- one general admission ticket (where applicable)

  • Early entry to the venue

  • Meet & greet / photo opportunity with Joseph

  • Access to an intimate pre-show soundcheck performance and Q&A with Joseph 

  • Tour poster signed by Joseph

  • Specially designed Joseph clear tote bag

  • Commemorative VIP laminate

  • Merchandise shopping opportunity before general doors

  • Limited availability

Joseph

Joseph

Folk

For nearly a decade, Oregon-bred indie-pop trio Joseph have performed a certain emotional alchemy with
their music, channeling their deepest inner tensions into songs that spark a life-changing shift in
perspective. In the making of their third studio album The Sun, Natalie Closner and her sisters, twins
Meegan Closner and Allison Closner focused their soul-searching songwriting on the quietly damaging
forces that keep us from living fully in our truth (e.g., gaslighting, cultural conditioning, unconscious yet
painfully limiting self-beliefs). Rooted in a newly emboldened sound that lets their breathtaking three-part
harmonies shine more brightly than ever, the result is a body of work that radically expands our sense of
possibility, ultimately illuminating a path toward greater peace and self-reliance even in the most chaotic
of times.
The follow-up to Good Luck, Kid—a 2019 release that reached #4 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums
chart—The Sun builds from its predecessor’s cinematic pop and imbues a thrilling new energy into each
elegantly sculpted track. In bringing the album to life, Joseph worked with acclaimed producers like
Tucker Martine (My Morning Jacket, First Aid Kit, Laura Veirs), Christian “Leggy” Langdon (Meg
Myers, Amos Lee, BANKS), Jessica Dobson (Deep Sea Diver), and Joey Burns (Calexico), alongside
songwriting collaborators including, Tayla Parx and Wynne Bennett, known for their work with artists
such as Janelle Monae, Twin Shadow, Haim, Khalid, Normani and Ariana Grande. Collectively shaping
an irresistibly vibrant sound encompassing everything from the moody grandeur of the album-opening
“Waves Crash” to the pure anthemic glory of tracks like “Kicking Up The Light.” With the band taking a
decidedly more hands-on role in the production process, The Sun continually achieves the exquisite feat
of spinning incredibly complex concepts into sing-along-ready pop songs, providing a captivating
backdrop for Joseph’s fearlessly personal storytelling.
One of the first songs recorded for The Sun, the album’s shimmering title track served as something of a
sonic breakthrough for Joseph. “We’d already played that song live so many times and sung it in a
particular way that was more dramatic and had a kind of gravitas to it, but Leggy took it in a more
buoyant and summery direction,” Natalie explains. Inspired by Meegan’s experience in working through
the lessons of a past relationship, “The Sun” now centers on a lush arrangement of galvanizing rhythms,
radiant piano tones, and gorgeously euphoric harmonies—all of which lend a profoundly triumphant spirit
to the song’s statement of self-celebration (“I thought I was the light switch you turned on/But I was the
Sun”). As Natalie acknowledges, that shift toward a more joyful and resplendent presentation perfectly
mirrors The Sun’s underlying narrative. “The whole album is a sort of thinking through of the story that
you tell about yourself, to yourself,” she says. “It’s about looking at whatever is diminishing you or
making you believe in these limitations you’ve put on yourself, and then finally asking, ‘What if I’m more
than that?’”
“All of our therapists were a huge influence on this album,” Meegan noted. The Sun endlessly reveals
Joseph’s commitment to the clear-eyed self-reflection that’s guided the band since their earliest days.
Raised in a musical household (their father was a jazz singer and drummer, their mother was a theater
teacher), the three sisters officially formed Joseph in 2014 and got their start playing house shows,

quickly landing a deal with ATO Records. After making their widely lauded debut with 2015’s I’m Alone,
No You’re Not, which featured their hit song, “White Flag,” the band went on to attract the attention of
artists such as Billie Eilish, and tour with the likes of James Bay, Amos Lee and most recently The Shins,
in addition to taking the stage at major festivals like Coachella, Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits,
Glastonbury, and more. While Good Luck, Kid marked a bold departure from the dreamlike folk of their
first full-length, Joseph felt called to push their musical boundaries even further on The Sun—an endeavor
that repeatedly required them to assume a new level of courage and agency in the creative process. “We
grew a lot in learning how to say ‘no’ and speak up for ourselves,” Allison points out. “The idea of saying
‘no’ in order to allow for a better ‘yes’ later on—that was a lesson that we had to learn,” Natalie adds. “It
could be uncomfortable at times, but making sure that we stayed our course was really powerful for us.”
Over the course of The Sun’s 10 soul-stirring tracks, each member of Joseph adds new texture and detail
to the album’s emotional arc by sharing her own distinct viewpoint on the journey toward self-realization.
On the sweetly emphatic lead single “Nervous System,” for instance, Allison opens up about learning to
undo the thought patterns that contributed to her longtime struggle with anxiety. “I know it’s not
everybody’s experience, but I’ve found a lot of power in understanding my own ability to self-soothe,
instead of turning to other people or some kind of distraction to try to feel okay,” she says. Meanwhile, on
the wistful yet wildly effervescent “Fireworks,” the band speaks to the self-doubt and frustration that
sometimes accompany refusing to compromise your romantic ideals.
For Joseph, the act of fiercely protecting their artistic vision closely aligns with the abundance of insights
threaded throughout The Sun. “As Closners and as women—or maybe even just as humans—it can be
very hard to tell someone that something isn’t working for you,” says Allison. “But this album was a
unique experience, because we learned to step up and stand our ground and speak our truth when we
needed to.” And with the release of The Sun, Joseph hope that listeners might undergo a similar
transformation in their sense of strength and self-assurance. “I want people to feel empowered,” says
Meegan. ”I want them to recognize the power with themselves, and to know that they’re good—that
they’re more than they think they are.”

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

Ages 18+
limit 4 per person
General Admission
Standing Room Only
General Admission (Advanced)
$29.50
VIP Package
Includes: GA Ticket, Early entry, Meet & Greet, Photo, Pre-show soundcheck, Tour poster, Tote bag, Laminate, Early merch shopping
$139.50

Delivery Method

ticketFast

Terms & Conditions

This event is 18 and over. Any ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund. This event is 18+, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Valid government-issued photo ID is required for entry. No refunds will be issued for failure to produce proper identification.

This ticket is valid for standing room only, general admission. ADA accommodations are available day of show.

All support acts are subject to change without notice.

Any change in showtimes, safety protocols, and other important information will be relayed to ticket-buyers via email.

Want to have the total VIP experience? Upgrade your ticket today by reserving a bowling lane or VIP Box by reaching out to nashvilleevents@brooklynbowl.com

ALL SALES ARE FINAL