The Rolling Stones just released an epic new album called “Hackney Diamonds,” and now they’re ready to hit the road to share it with fans. The rock icons have announced a 16-city North American stadium tour.
Two of the most influential bands of the ’70s are teaming up once again for a co-headlining tour next summer. Chicago and Earth, Wind, & Fire have announced the Heart & Soul 2024 Tour that will take the groups from coast to coast across North America.
Michael Anthony will be on the road again next year with Sammy Hagar, Jason Bonham, and Joe Satriani for the “Best of All Worlds” tour. The outing will coincide with the 20th Anniversary of Van Halen’s greatest hits record, “Best of Both Worlds.”
After wrapping up the first leg earlier this summer, metal titans Pantera have announced a second leg of their North American headlining tour.
Porno for Pyros excited fans last year when they reunited for a handful of shows, and now they’re gearing up for more. With all the good news comes some less good news as original bassist Martyn LeNoble has announced he won’t be taking part in the tour.
Judas Priest has announced the “Invincible Shield” Tour, which will take them across the United States next spring. The band also announced their upcoming album, Invincible Shield, during a performance at the PowerTrip Festival.
Ryan Stasik and Doom Flamingo has announced a new set of tour dates for 2024. The bassist, also known for his work in Umphrey’s McGee, and the group will be kicking things off on January 26th
The Wood Brothers are about to embark on a tour of the Midwest and South, but they’re not going to be slowing down into the new year. The band – comprised of Oliver Wood, Chris Wood, and Jano Rix – has just unveiled a set of 2024 dates that will take them from February to April.
2024 marks an important milestone for Green Day as it will be the 30th anniversary of “Dookie” and the 20th anniversary of “American Idiot.” They’ll also be releasing a new record, “Saviors,” on January 19th, with a tour to follow.
Southern rock and blues will be taking the nation by storm as ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd have announced a new set of dates for their co-headlining tour. The “Sharp Dressed Simple Man” Tour will kick off in March.
In 2014, three legendary bands came together for a one-night celebration of Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan’s 50th birthday. That event, called “Cinquanta,” has expanded into a fully fledged tour for 2024, which will mark the singer’s 60th birthday.
The mighty Iron Maiden will be returning to North America for an epic arena tour. The newly announced leg of their Future Past world tour will cover Canada and the U.S. in October and November of 2024.