Wear Your Heart Out Tour
Sat, November 11, 2023
Doors: 6:00 pm
Tickets are non-transferable until 24 hours prior to the show time. Any tickets suspected of being purchased for the sole purpose of reselling can be cancelled at the discretion of 9:30 Club / Ticketmaster, and buyers may be denied future ticket purchases for I.M.P. shows. Opening acts, door times, and set times are always subject to change.
Nashville based alternative pop band, Nightly is comprised of Jonny, Joey and Nick. They named the
band after a texting abbreviation for “night, love you.”
They have toured extensively for both headline tours and in support of artists including: NF, Andy
Grammer, The All-American Rejects, K.Flay, and the Struts. Summer 2022 saw Nightly performing
Hang Out and Firefly Festivals, as well as supporting The Midnight on their west coast tour. In Fall
2022 Nightly hit the road for their east coast headline tour, selling out venues in Orlando, D.C. and
Boston, as well as playing their largest headline show to date at Nashville’s Brooklyn Bowl with over
1000 tickets sold. This February Nightly opened for Kane Brown and Imagine Dragons at Super
Bowl Music Fest in Phoenix, AZ.
On June 6 Nightly announced their greatly anticipated sophomore album ‘wear your heart out,’
dropped the title track of the album, and also announced their national headline tour of the same
name. The ‘wear your heart out’ tour starts October 5 in Austin, TX, finishing in their hometown at
The Brooklyn Bowl Nashville, TN.
After consistent success with their earlier EPs, singles and feature on ayokay’s song “Sleepless
Nights,” Nightly released their debut album “night, love you” in 2020. 2022 collaborations include
“About You” with NOTD, “Amnesia” with Ayokay, and “why u gotta be like that” with Vaultboy. In
response to high demand from fans on TikTok, Nightly released ‘hate my favorite band,’ ‘on your
sleeve,’ ‘dirty white chucks’ and ‘i wish you loved me,’ followed by their most recent releases
‘‘radiohead’ and ‘dry eyes’. Their sophomore album is scheduled to release in fall 2023.
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