"Ex's & Oh's" songstress Elle King joined Vance Joy at the 1st Bank Center in Denver on Friday night (February 19, 2016) to kick off the "Fire in the Flood" tour. However we didn't get as much Elle as we expected.
The entire show was amazing, kicking of with Jamie Lawson, then King, and wrapping up with Vance Joy.

However, it felt like King's set was a little short, what appeared with her abruptly ending her performance, and bolting off stage. She belted out her smash hit "Ex's & Oh's," but people were wondering why she didn't perform her new hit "America's Sweetheart." It turns out, that the altitude got her. She mentioned the altitude on stage at the beginning of her set, and apparently had to cut her performance by seven minutes. She shared a photo of her getting oxygen back stage via Instagram. Even with the performance cut short, she was fantastic, and her voice was even more amazing than we expected.

This is Vance Joy's first headlining tour, coming off a year where he was opening for Taylor Swift's 1989 World Tour. Vance and his manager mentioned several times to Goldberg, that the show Friday night, that kicked off his tour, was the biggest crowed he had ever performed in front of, as the headliner.