On the heels of infectious and uplifting new single “Two High,” which has been lighting up the blogosphere in recent weeks, breakout local alt rockers Moon Taxi have just announced a lengthy fall tour, and, of course, they didn’t forget to give their hometown some love, revealing not one, but two nights at The Ryman Auditorium, on Oct. 27 & 28 with Too Many Zooz.
Hard at work on their followup to 2015’s Daybreaker, Moon Taxi are sounding as anthemic and arena primed as ever, and after years of constant touring, festival stops, late night television appearances, and more, they’re a refined, unstoppable live force who’ve earned a growing, rabid following.
A site favorite since their (and our) earliest days, we couldn’t be more excited to see the group return to the Mother Church, where they made their headlining debut last year, for two shows. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 30 at 10 a.m. CDT right here (10/27) and here (10/28), with various pre-sales beginning as early as June 28. If you’re a superfan, don’t hesitate to scoop up spots to both, as the band have indicated that they’re planning to make each a unique and individual experience.
Visit our Instagram for a chance to win tickets to the Saturday show, and check out Moon Taxi’s latest, “Two High,” below!