My Morning Jacket Confirms New Year’s Eve in Boston, More Cap Details
Photo by Jeffrey Dupuis
My Morning Jacket have confirmed their New Year’s Eve plans. As heavily rumored, the band will close 2012 at Boston’s Agganis Arena. Preservation Hall Jazz Band will open the night.
In order to ensure an evening full of surprises, this show will not be part of the band’s current Spontaneous Curation Series, where the band takes setlist suggestions from fans. MMJ frontman hinted that the band would play Boston on New Year’s Eve during an interview where he mentioned that Phish had a hold on New York’s Madison Square Garden for the next few years. MMJ first played the Agganis Arena in 2005 when they opened for Wilco.
In other news, MMJ have confirmed that their previously confirmed three-night run at Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theare will not only be part of Spontaneous Curation Series, but will also feature no repeats. Opening acts will be confirmed in the coming weeks.
Pre-sale tickets for all four shows will be available to the band’s fan club Roll Call Wednesday at via mymornngjacket.com. Tickets for Capitol Theater will go on sale to the general public, Friday at 10am EST via ticketfly.com. Tickets for Agganis Arena will be available to the general public, Friday at 12 noon via ticketmaster.com.
Here’s a look at MMJ’s New Year’s Eve run
December 27 Port Chester, NY—The Capitol Theatre
December 28 Port Chester, NY—The Capitol Theatre
December 29 Port Chester, NY—The Capitol Theatre
December 31 Boston, MA—Agganis Arena (with Preservation Hall Jazz Band)