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Nightly Announces No Vacancy Tour

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Nashville based alt-pop band Nightly announce a string of headline dates in support of their honest EP.

March 07, 2017


Nashville based alt-pop band Nightly announce a string of headline dates in support of their honest EP. The No Vacancy tour kicks off April 12th at Schubas Tavern in Chicago and includes a play in their home town of Nashville, TN. Following the headline dates Nightly will play some colleges and support The Struts on five dates in May. Nightly released the honest EP last fall. The set includes the song “xo” which has amassed over 4 million streams across all digital streaming partners.

The video for “xo” was shot in Los Angeles and directed by Tobias Nathan.



With their name translating as ‘night, love you’ in text speak, Nightly match their inventively textured sound with a guileless approach to songwriting. Singer Jonathan Capeci and guitarist Joey Beretta are Pennsylvania bred cousins who bought matching Fender Squier Stratocasters as kids. As Beretta started playing in bands in his early teens, Capeci began experimenting with songwriting and at 17 both began playing together. A move to Nashville after a short lived college stint saw the formation of Nightly. With a vision of bringing an urban feel to the quintessential rock-band dynamic, they quickly carved out a sound of their own, playing local clubs with a full band and independently releasing ‘xo,’ which fast made its way into rotation on Nashville’s ALT 98.3 playlist.

Below is a complete list of tour dates for Nightly:


April 12 Chicago, IL Schubas Tavern
April 13 Cincinnati, OH The Woodward Theater
April 18 Pittsburgh, PA Spirit Pittsburgh
April 21 Columbus, OH The Basement
April 22 Louisville, KY Zanzabar
April 23 Nashville, TN Third and Lindsley
April 25 Conway, AR University of Central Arkansas*
April 27 St. Louis, MO Firebird
May 15 Indianapolis, IN Deluxe Old National Centre**
May 16 Flint, MI The Machine Shop**
May 18 Niagara Falls, NY Rapids Theater**
May 19 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live**
May 21 Dewey Beach, DE Bottle & Cork**

*supporting Kesha
** supporting The Struts






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Nightly Announces No Vacancy Tour

March 07, 2017

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Nashville based alt-pop band Nightly announce a string of headline dates in support of their honest EP.

Nashville based alt-pop band Nightly announce a string of headline dates in support of their honest EP. The No Vacancy tour kicks off April 12th at Schubas Tavern in Chicago and includes a play in their home town of Nashville, TN. Following the headline dates Nightly will play some colleges and support The Struts on five dates in May. Nightly released the honest EP last fall. The set includes the song “xo” which has amassed over 4 million streams across all digital streaming partners.

The video for “xo” was shot in Los Angeles and directed by Tobias Nathan.



With their name translating as ‘night, love you’ in text speak, Nightly match their inventively textured sound with a guileless approach to songwriting. Singer Jonathan Capeci and guitarist Joey Beretta are Pennsylvania bred cousins who bought matching Fender Squier Stratocasters as kids. As Beretta started playing in bands in his early teens, Capeci began experimenting with songwriting and at 17 both began playing together. A move to Nashville after a short lived college stint saw the formation of Nightly. With a vision of bringing an urban feel to the quintessential rock-band dynamic, they quickly carved out a sound of their own, playing local clubs with a full band and independently releasing ‘xo,’ which fast made its way into rotation on Nashville’s ALT 98.3 playlist.

Below is a complete list of tour dates for Nightly:


April 12 Chicago, IL Schubas Tavern
April 13 Cincinnati, OH The Woodward Theater
April 18 Pittsburgh, PA Spirit Pittsburgh
April 21 Columbus, OH The Basement
April 22 Louisville, KY Zanzabar
April 23 Nashville, TN Third and Lindsley
April 25 Conway, AR University of Central Arkansas*
April 27 St. Louis, MO Firebird
May 15 Indianapolis, IN Deluxe Old National Centre**
May 16 Flint, MI The Machine Shop**
May 18 Niagara Falls, NY Rapids Theater**
May 19 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live**
May 21 Dewey Beach, DE Bottle & Cork**

*supporting Kesha
** supporting The Struts


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