No... I don't think it had anything to do with that... at least for me.
It was a radiant joy that wouldn't let me sit down for long. It was a deep abiding sense that was greater than just happiness. The honest truth... it had very little to do with the logistics of the evening. It had to do with being with people that sensed the same thing. The joy didn't come from the stuff that was happening around us. The joy was deep within and shared with one another. I could concur with Paul (Romans 14:7) that the kingdom of God is not eating or drinking, but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.
That is somewhat explaining something that is unexplainable. The joy of the Lord is greater than any vacation experience and even more difficult to explain to people the details if they have never experienced it for their self.
Acts 13:52 says "the disciples were continually filled with joy and with the Holy Spirit." If you take that verse out of context it sounds great. But leave it in context and it sounds even greater... Paul was teaching the Gentiles about salvation and this joy they had. The Jews caused the people of the city to run Paul out of the area. Paul and Barnabas shook off the dust and went on to the next city to proclaim the same truth of the New Covenant and the joy they can receive through the Spirit.
Unexplainable joy... each believer has this deep seeded fountain in them through the Spirit. May God cause you to tap into that source today and everyday! Romans 15:13