My Morning Jacket announce 5 Day run of shows at NYC’s Terminal 5 in October
Music News | Jun 10th, 2010
Eleven years into their career, Louisville’s My Morning Jacket have released five highly acclaimed, classic albums, the live concert album and DVD Okonokos, and have been revered for their legendary live performances. With such an expansive catalogue, it’s been impossible in recent years for the band to perform every last MMJ favorite for one venue… that is, until this October. In an unprecedented move, New York City’s Terminal 5 will be presenting a historic five night run of shows where the band will perform one of their albums in its entirety on each night.
The stint will kick off on Monday, October 18th with a performance of the Jacket’s debut, 1999’s The Tennessee Fire, and will be followed chronologically by their other four full-lengths, ending with 2008’s Evil Urges on Saturday the 23rd. After the given album is performed each night, the audience will be treated to a mix of favorites from the band’s catalog as well. The series of shows are sure to put a magnifying glass over the chameleonic band’s history, highlighting their remarkable tendency to perpetually evolve.
All of the dates will individually go on sale June 18th but for fans who want the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of experiencing all five nights, there will be a special pre-sale. Five-show ticket packages will go on sale June 14th. As with their current upcoming headlining tour dates in August, the band will be donating $1 from each ticket to a local charity. Please see below for more info on each charity and to purchase tickets, head over to www.terminal5nyc.com.
October 18 – The Tennesee Fire / Charity: Safe Haven of Pike County
October 19 – At Dawn / Charity: The Innocence Project
October 21 – It Still Moves / Charity: 826NYC
October 22 – Z / Charity: New York Cares
October 23 – Evil Urges / Charity: Sustainable South Bronx
You can buy the 5 day pass HERE.
Individual ticket links can be found here:
My Morning Jacket: Tennessee Fire
My Morning Jacket: It Still Moves