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John Malkovich joins Kyle Meredith to talk about the upcoming Apple TV+ series, The New Look, which tells the story of life in Nazi-occupied France and post-WWII Europe through the lives of fashion icons Christian Dior and Coco Chanel. Listen to the new episode above, or wherever you get your podcasts.

Malkovich — the legendary actor known for films like Being John MalkovichCon Air, and Of Mice and Men — portrays Lucien Lelong, a French couturier who was a mentor of Dior (among other iconic designers). He explains his role in the show, dives into how it delves into the compromises many people had to make in order to survive, and ultimately how choices during the time were rarely easy.

Archer’s H. Jon Benjamin on Saying Goodbye to the FX Series (and What He Won’t Miss)

On Sunday, December 17th, the animation dynasty known as <a href=”; target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”><i>Archer</i></a> comes to an end; the animated spy comedy, created by <a href=”; target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Adam Reed</a>, reached its 14th season this year, with the three-part finale <i>Archer: Into the Cold</i> bringing the story of Sterling Archer (<a href=”; target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>H. Jon Benjamin</a>) and his fellow agents to a conclusion.

“It’s hard to end the show, for sure,” Benjamin tells <i>Consequence</i>, saying that he and the rest of the <i>Archer</i> cast learned about the show ending on a group call organized by executive producers Matt Thompson and Casey Willis. “It was kind of a shock, but at the same time, it’s just very unusual for a show to keep going. And year to year, there was always uncertainty as to whether or not the show was going to go another season.”

Benjamin adds that “<i>Archer</i> kind of technically was going to come to an end after Adam Reed left the show in Season 10. After that, I think it was sort of more of a ‘How long do we have left?’ I think they did a really admirable job of recreating the show in the wake of Adam, who was the creative force behind it, for the remaining four seasons. But I think once Adam left, it was maybe a little bit more like, ‘Well, I wonder how long the show can last?’ There’s animated shows that go on for 30 years, so you never know.”

Benjamin teases that <i>Into the Cold</i> reflects, in a way, the show’s own occasionally precarious history: “In the world of the show, [the spy agency] has always been on the chopping block. So the natural ending for things is going to be like, ‘What’s gonna happen when the agency dissolves, and what’s going to happen to all these characters?’ So, it’s gonna be what happens when everything falls apart. All the characters have gone through so much over the course of the life of the show, and they tend to keep landing on their feet, but the finale definitely explores a real existential crisis for the agency.”

It’s the conclusion of a journey that began with the show’s original premiere in 2009, kicking off a decade-plus run of anarchy anchored by Benjamin alongside one of TV’s strongest voice casts (including Aisha Tyler, Judy Greer, Chris Parnell, Amber Nash, Lucky Yates, and the late great Jessica Walter).

One fun fact about <i>Archer</i> is that Benjamin never had to audition for the title role, instead receiving a direct offer for the series. “I remember how surprised I was,” he says. “It’s really pretty rare I’d get an offer — certainly at that time — so I might have been like, ‘Is this a mistake or something?'”

In fact, Benjamin says that he definitely remembers “being a little bit concerned that I wasn’t going to be able to play a spy well — I thought maybe I would have to be doing a different character than I had normally done, because my prior work was pretty much my natural voice and a lot of improvisation. So I was like, ‘I wonder why they’re choosing me for a spy?'”


The reason why, it turned out, was that Thompson and Reed were already fans of his, and used some of his performance as another character to animate an <i>Archer</i> test sequence for the execs. That character? Coach John McGuirk from the 1999-2003 comedy <i>Home Movies</i>, “this drunken elementary school soccer coach,” Benjamin laughs. “I guess for them, that embodied what Archer became — this bombastic, arrogant, drunken spy. They saw that and that’s what made it work.”

Adds Benjamin, “They sold me — they did all the work for me. Which was very sweet.”

As a voice actor, Benjamin never had to actually perform any of the outrageous stunts executed by the spy over 14 seasons. However, playing Archer did take a physical toll. “There were many, many episodes where my voice started to give out, for sure,” he says. “That was very common. I don’t want to emphasize the difficulty of voice acting — it’s not particularly difficult — but the volume which Archer would have to be at for a two-hour session, I would literally lose my voice yelling. I would always be like, ‘Oh no,’ when I saw a stage direction like ‘on a motorcycle, yelling’ or ‘gun battle, yelling over.’ Archer yelled <i>a lot</i>.”

The “least fun” part of the process, Benjamin says, was providing the sort of grunts and groans that would accompany an action scene. “I hated that part,” he laughs, remembering how he’d perform 30 seconds worth of those noises, “then I’d stop and [ask] ‘How long do you want me to go?'”

The response: “‘Well, you’re falling down a 500-foot cliff, so we need a good three and a half minutes.'” Says Benjamin, “A lot of fight scenes, I would be like, ‘How come you guys can’t just pull from the library of fight scenes sounds from before? Why do I have to keep doing it?’ And they were like, ‘It’s a different fight.'”

Looking forward, Benjamin says that while he’s made limited appearances as a live-action actor over the years, he will probably try to do more roles like that, now that “I’m down to one animated show.” (He still plays the titular Bob of <i>Bob’s Burgers</i> on Fox, which was <a href=”; target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>renewed this year through Season 15.) </a>

“I think I get more work voice acting just because I’ve been voice acting now for like 25 years, and been on a lot of long-running shows. So that’s what I’m mostly known for,” he notes. “But whenever I get asked, I’m up for it. I just get asked a lot less for live-action.”

In the meantime, he’s working on his third album as Jazz Daredevil, a jazz pianist character he created who <i>might</i> be terrible at playing jazz piano. “I’m kind of excited about that, although I have no idea how it’s gonna come out. I think it will be interesting… Controversial,” he adds with a laugh.

And, in the meantime, he says, “I feel like I’m gonna start looking for a new job.”

<i>Archer: Into the Cold</i> premieres Sunday, December 17 at 10:00 pm ET/PT on FX and FXX, and streams the next day on Hulu.

Sublime to Reunite with Bradley Nowell’s Son, Jakob, at Coachella 2024

The Coachella 2024 lineup is here in all of its glory, and joining headliners Lana Del Rey, Tyler the Creator, and Doja Cat will be two special ‘90s reunions: No Doubt and Sublime, the latter of which will perform with Jakob Nowell, son of the band’s original frontman, Bradley Nowell.

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The reunited Sublime first came together in December 2023, when the band’s original bassist and drummer — Eric Wilson and Bud Gaugh, respectively — enlisted Jakob to perform with them at a benefit concert for Bad Brains’ frontman, H.R. At the show, the trio was billed as “A special performance by Jakob Nowell, Eric Wilson, and Bud Gaugh,” but now, they have formally “reunited,” and will be playing as Sublime, right and proper.

As exciting as the reunion is, though, it isn’t too much of a surprise. After the trio announced their performance last month, the team that manages Sublime’s business and legacy assets hinted that a more formal reunion was in the cards. Then, a few days after the performance itself, Wilson’s Sublime-honoring side project, Sublime with Rome, announced that they would disband after finishing out their 2024 tour commitments.

Kevin Zinger, a rep for Jakob, said at the time that the reunited Sublime was “patiently waiting and doing the right thing,” adding: “If the vibe’s there, the vibe’s there.” Now, it seems like the vibe is, indeed, “there.”

In a new statement, Jakob expressed sentimental feelings about the reunion. “This has so many layers for me,” he said. “On a spiritual level, my father passed away when he was 28, and I am 28 now. It’s an honor to carry on with our family’s name and legacy with Sublime. I’ve been a performing musician with my own projects since I was 18. It’s an absolute privilege to be able to play these Sublime songs with legendary musicians like Eric and Bud. On a personal level, my Uncles Bud and Eric are meant to play these songs and the fans want to hear them. I’m excited, nervous, thankful, and humbled all at the same time to step into this role and start this new chapter. It feels like my big crazy family is finally back together and I couldn’t be more happy.”

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As for Wilson and Gaugh, it seems they’re just as happy as Jakob is. “I knew I would be playing music with Eric again at some point, that was never a doubt,” Gaugh said, alluding to his 2011 departure from Sublime with Rome. “But to be playing music with Eric and Jakob, it’s very reminiscent of those early days in Brad’s dad’s garage in a surrealistic kinda way. With Jake’s raw talent and the solid rhythm foundation Eric and I provide, this train is bound for glory!”

Echoing Gaugh’s sentiment, Wilson said: “This is great because I haven’t had the opportunity to play with Bud Gaugh in over a decade; and to have Brad’s son playing our music is the closest thing possible to playing with my old buddy Brad.”

In addition to Coachella 2024, a press release announced that Sublime will also play “additional music festivals in 2024,” but no further details are available at this time.

For more on the reunited Sublime, check out videos from the trio’s performance last month, where they played hits like “Santeria,” “Wrong Way,” and more. Meanwhile, learn how to get tickets to Coachella 2024 here.

How to Get Tickets to Coachella 2024

Coachella is set to return to Indio, California in 2024, taking place over two weekends at the Empire Polo Club from April 12th-14th and April 19th-21st.

This year’s lineup features headliners Lana Del Rey, Tyler the Creator, and Doja Cat, plus special reunion performances from No Doubt and Sublime.

Learn more about the festival below, including how to get advanced tickets.

How Can I Get Tickets to Coachella 2024?

Tickets to Coachella 2024 are available in a variety of options, including standard GA, GA + Shuttle, and VIP will go on sale Friday, January 19th at 11:00 a.m. PT. In order to purchase tickets, fans need to pre-register via the festival’s website.

There are also a number of camping bundles and other add-ons that can be purchased.

Tickets are expected to sell out fast, but fans will still be able to get access via Stubhub — where your order is 100% guaranteed through Stubhub’s FanProtect program.

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How Much Do Coachella 2024 Tickets Costs?

General admission passes for weekend one and weekend two are available starting at $549.99 + fees. Once the tier one allotment of tickets sell out, the price will rise to $599.. Adding on a shuttle pass increases the ticket price by $120, while VIP passes start at $1,069.

Camping, airport passes, and other ticket add-ons are also available.

What Else Do I Need to Know About Coachella 2024 Tickets?

The festival is all ages; children age 5 & under are free.

Festival Passes are valid for the entire weekend (and only the weekend) you purchased.

Both festival weekends will feature similar musical lineups, as well as the same art, food and activities.

You are limited to purchasing four passes per weekend. Exceeding the limit of four passes of any type, in any way (including multiple orders) is subject to order cancellation at anytime, without notice.

Onsite campers must have a Festival Pass. Onsite camping is 18+ unless accompanied by parent.

Wristband registration is required via the Coachella mobile app.

You can find more information here.

What Is Coachella?

Paul Tollett and Rick Van Santen co-founded the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in 1999. Organized by Goldenvoice, a subsidiary of AEG Presents, the two-weekend, multi-stage event features musical artists from a range of genres, including rock, pop, hip-hop, and electronica, as well as art installations and sculptures.

Who Is Headlining Coachella’s 2024 Lineup?

Lana Del Rey, Tyler the Creator, and Doja Cat will headline Coacehalla 2024, alongside a special reunion performance from No Doubt.

Who Else Is Playing at Coachella in 2024?

The lineup also includes Sublime, Blur, Ice Spice, Deftones, Justice, Peso Pluma, Grimes, Gesaffelstein, ATEEZ, J Balvin, Bizarrap, Faye Webster, and more.

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Coachella Reveals 2024 Lineup with Lana Del Rey, Tyler the Creator, No Doubt, and Sublime

Coachella has revealed its 2024 lineup featuring headliners Lana Del Rey, Tyler the Creator, and Doja Cat, plus special reunion performances from No Doubt and Sublime.

Specifically, No Doubt’s classic lineup of Gwen Stefani, Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont, and Adrian Young will take the stage together for the first time in nine years. Meanwhile, Sublime’s surviving members, Eric Wilson and Bud Gaugh, will perform with Bradley Nowell’s son, Jakob, as their singer.

Other notable acts on Coachella’s 2024 lineup include Blur, Ice Spice, Deftones, Justice, Peso Pluma, Grimes, Gesaffelstein, ATEEZ, J Balvin, Bizarrap, LE SSERAFIM, Oneohtrix Point Never, Carin León, Reneé Rapp, Faye Webster, Bleachers, Khruangbin, Jon Batiste, Jhené Aiko, Brittany Howard, Kevin Abstract, The Rose, The Last Dinner Party, Tyla, Suki Waterhouse, Chapelle Roan, Taking Back Sunday, Black Country, New Road, Mdou Moctar, Feeble Little Horse, and more.

Coachella 2024 takes place over two weekends, April 12th-14th and April 19th – 21st, at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, California.

Tickets to Coachella 2024 are available in a variety of options, including standard GA, GA + Shuttle, and VIP will go on sale Friday, January 19th at 11:00 a.m. PT. There are also a number of camping bundles and other add-ons that can be purchased.

Tickets are expected to sell out fast, but fans will still be able to get access via StubHub, where orders are 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s FanProtect program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

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Editor’s Note: Learn how to get tickets to Coachella 2024 here.

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Mumford & Sons Team Up With Pharrell For “Good People”: Stream

Mumford & Sons have combined forces with Pharrell Williams for “Good People,” the group’s first slice of new music since 2019. Stream it below.

Built from a stomping groove, a soulful choir, and escalating chords, “Good People” is a rousing return to Mumford & Sons’ fire-and-brimstone, old-school-folk approach — though for this one, they’ve kept the banjo back at home. “Welcome to the revelation,” goes the Pharrell-led choir throughout, with frontman Marcus Mumford narrating “Good people/ Been down/ For so long/ And now/ It’s like the sun is rising” in the chorus.

A collaboration that no one asked for and few saw coming, Mumford & Sons and Pharrell notably connected at the latter’s Something In the Water Festival last year, where they cemented plans to record something together. In addition to the song’s production, Pharrell Williams fronts the choir comprised of the Native Vocalists, a six-piece vocal group featuring members of several Native American tribes throughout the US and Canada. “Good People” will also get its live debut tonight (January 16th) at Pharrell’s Louis Vuitton Men’s Autumn/Winter runway show at Paris Fashion Week, where the band will perform alongside Williams and the Native Vocalists.

Mumford & Sons’ most recent offering was 2019’s standalone single “Blind Leading the Blind”. Their last album was 2018’s Delta. Since then, the group parted ways with original banjo player Winston Marshall, and Marcus Mumford released his 2022 debut solo album, (self-titled).

No Doubt Are Reuniting At Coachella

No Doubt are reuniting.

On Tuesday, January 16th, the band’s official Twitter page shared a video confirming that the classic four-piece lineup — featuring Gwen Stefani, Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont, and Adrian Young — will play together once again,  with the quartet all agreeing to “do a show.” More details have yet to be announced. Update: It’s been confirmed that the band will perform at Coachella 2024.

The minute-long video begins with Stefani showing off collage artwork she made for the band’s second album, The Beacon Street Collection. After reminiscing on those times — feeling “so nostalgic” — she tells the camera that she’s “gonna text Tony [Kanal] right now.” We then see her iPhone text screen as she coordinates a video call with Kanal and “the guys.”

Cutting to the video call, all four members of the band’s classic lineup are there. After a bit of “Woah,” “What’s up?” “How are you?” and comical cartoon sound effects, Stefani asks the band: “What are we doing? Why do we not hang out?” Kanal responds “We should hang out,” and then Young asks: “Maybe we should do a show?” Young’s bandmates agree, and the beloved quartet all express their excitement to “do a show.”

The clip then ends with a large, red question mark, basically amounting to a “More details to come soon” notice. Watch the video below.

First formed in 1986, No Doubt released five studio albums during their initial run, with songs like the 1995 hit “Just a Girl” becoming an integral part of the pop-punk canon. In the early 2000s, the band embarked on a hiatus, but reunited in 2008 to tour and make another album, 2012’s Push and Shove. They stayed together for a few more years, but after some sporadic shows in 2014 and 2015, the group disbanded again.

In the time since then, a No Doubt reunion hasn’t always seemed likely. In 2016, Stefani told Rolling Stone that she was dissatisfied with Push and Shove and felt creative differences made the band’s future uncertain. In 2022, though, she softened a bit, hinting that a reunion could be possible, and citing the success of Blink-182 in recent years as an indicator that audiences want more ‘90s nostalgia.

Now, No Doubt are back for their third run, and though no additional shows nor new releases have been confirmed, a headlining set at Coachella is certainly something for fans to look forward to. Joining them on the lineup will be another reunion of a legendary ‘90s band: Sublime, who will play with Jakob Nowell, the son of original frontman, Bradley Nowell. Check out the full lineup for Coachella 2024 here.

Drake and J. Cole Delay Start of 2024 Tour

Drake and J. Cole’s co-headlining jaunt “It’s All A Blur Tour — Big As The What?” has been delayed by several weeks.

Originally slated to begin this week on Thursday, January 18th in Denver, the tour will now kick off on February 2nd in Tampa, Florida. The postponed dates in Denver will be moved to the tour’s conclusion on April 15th and 16th, while the dates in New Orleans, Oklahoma City, and San Antonio have been moved to March.

A reason for the tour’s postponement was not immediately known.

See Drake and J. Cole’s updated tour schedule below, and grab your tickets to all upcoming dates here.

Originally announced in November 2023, the “It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As The What?” also features rescheduled dates from Drake’s 2023 tour. Last year, he teamed up with J. Cole for the For All the Dogs cut “First Person Shooter,” and the two appeared together to headline the final day of Cole’s Dreamville Festival. J. Cole will also be holding Dreamville Festival once again in 2024.

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Editor’s Note: Learn how to get tickets to Drake and J. Cole’s upcoming tour dates here.

Drake and J. Cole 2024 Tour Dates
02/02 – Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena
02/04 – Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena
02/07 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
02/08 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
02/12 – St. Louis, MO @ Enterprise Arena
02/13 – St. Louis, MO @ Enterprise Center
02/16 – Pittsburgh, PA @ PPG Paints Arena
02/17 – Pittsburgh, PA @ PPG Paints Arena
02/20 – Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center
02/21 – Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center
02/24 – Cleveland, OH @ Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
02/25 – Cleveland, OH @ Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
02/27 – Buffalo, NY @ KeyBank Center
02/28 – Buffalo, NY @ KeyBank Center
03/02 – Kansas City, MO @ T-Mobile Center
03/03 – Kansas City, MO @ T-Mobile Center
03/05 – Memphis, TN @ FedEx Forum
03/06 – New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center
03/07 – New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center
03/10 – Lexington, KY @ Rupp Arena
03/14 – San Antonio, TX @ Frost Bank Center
03/15 – San Antonio, TX @ Frost Bank Center
03/18 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Paycom Center
03/19 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Paycom Center
03/23 – Sunrise, FL @ Amerant Bank Arena ~
03/24 – Sunrise, FL @ Amerant Bank Arena ~
03/27 – Birmingham, AL @ Legacy Arena at The BJCC ~
04/04 – Belmont Park, NY @ UBS Arena ~
04/05 – Belmont Park, NY @ UBS Arena ~
04/08 – Memphis, TN @ FedEx Forum ~
04/15 – Denver, CO @ Ball Arena
04/16 – Denver, CO @ Ball Arena

~ = without J. Cole

How to Get Tickets to Janet Jackson’s 2024 Tour

Janet Jackson has announced that her “Together Again Tour” will continue through 2024. Initially launching in 2023, the next leg of Jackson’s tour will kick off on June 4th.

Find tickets here, and read on for more details.

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What is Janet Jackson’s “Together Again Tour?”

After a few previously announced dates in Hawaii, Asia, and the Bahamas, the 2024 leg of Janet Jackson’s “Together Again Tour” begins in Palm Desert, California on June 4th. She’ll then make her way through cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, Toronto, Brooklyn, Atlanta, and more before wrapping up in Phoenix on July 30th. The tour follows Jackson’s initial 2023 run of dates, which marked the best-selling shows of her career.

Who is Opening For Janet Jackson on the “Together Again Tour?”

Nelly will be opening for all dates of Janet Jackson’s “Together Again Tour.”

How Can I Buy Tickets to Janet Jackson’s “Together Again Tour?”

Tickets for the newly announced dates will be available through a Live Nation pre-sale will begin on Thursday, January 18th (use access code SPOTLIGHT) ahead of the general on-sale slated for Friday, January 19th via Ticketmaster.

Once tickets are on sale, you can also find them at StubHub, where orders are 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s FanProtect program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

For Jackson’s international dates in the Philippines, Japan, and the Bahamas this spring, you can get tickets on Viagogo.

What Are Janet Jackson’s “Together Again Tour” Dates?

See the full list of Janet Jackson’s tour dates below, and get tickets here.

Janet Jackson 2024 Tour Dates:
03/08 – Honolulu, HI @ Blaisdell Arena
03/09 – Honolulu, HI @ Blaisdell Arena
03/10 – Honolulu, HI @ Blaisdell Arena
03/13 – Quezon City, PH @ SMART Araneta Coliseum- Araneta Center Cubao
03/16 – Nagoya, JP @ ポートメッセなごや
03/17 – Osaka, JP @ Osaka-Jo Hal
03/20 – Yokohama, JP @ Kアリーナ横浜(建設中)
04/27 – Paradise Island, BS @ Atlantis Bahamas
06/04 – Palm Desert, CA @ Acrisure Arena *
06/06 – Chula Vista, CA @ North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre *
06/08 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Kia Forum *
06/09 – Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center *
06/11 – Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center *
06/12 – San Francisco, CA @ Chase Center *
06/14 – Salt Lake City, UT @ USANA Amphitheatre *
06/16 – Denver, CO @ Ball Arena *
06/18 – Saint Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center *
06/19 – Chicago, IL @ United Center *
06/21 – St. Louis, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre *
06/22 – Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center *
06/23 – Indianapolis, IN @ Gainbridge Fieldhouse *
06/25 – Cleveland, OH @ Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse *
06/26 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center *
06/28 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden *
06/29 – Hartford, CT @ The XFINITY Theatre *
07/02 – Detroit, MI @ Pine Knob Music Theatre *
07/03 – Toronto, ON @ Scotiabank Arena *
07/05 – Buffalo, NY @ Darien Lake Amphitheater *
07/06 – Hershey, PA @ Hersheypark Stadium *
07/09 – Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center *
07/10 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center *
07/12 – Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena *
07/13 – Baltimore, MD @ CFG Bank Arena *
07/14 – Charlotte, NC @ PNC Music Pavilion *
07/16 – Tampa, FL @ MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre *
07/18 – West Palm Beach, FL @ iThink Financial Amphitheatre *
07/20 – Orlando, FL @ Kia Center *
07/21 – Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena *
07/23 – New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center *
07/25 – Fort Worth, TX @ Dickies Arena *
07/26 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Paycom Center *
07/27 – Austin, TX @ Moody Center *
07/30 – Phoenix, AZ @ Footprint Center *

* = w/ Nelly

Scott Stapp Announces Run of 2024 Solo Shows to Precede Creed Reunion Tour

Prior to reuniting with Creed for a pair of rock cruises and a North American tour, singer Scott Stapp will embark on his own solo jaunt in support of his upcoming album, Higher Power.

Stapp just announced a brief US outing that kicks off March 10th in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, and runs through a March 22nd show in Clear Lake, Iowa. A Live Nation pre-sale for select dates starts Wednesday (January 17th) at 10 a.m. local time using the code SPOTLIGHT, while a general on-sale starts Friday at 10 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster.

Fans can also check for deals or pick up tickets to sold-out shows via StubHub, where your purchase is 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s Fan Protect program.

In addition to the March shows, Stapp will also play a couple of previously announced January concerts, including one gig opening for Daughtry. Tickets to those shows are available now.

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In April, Stapp will turn his attention to Creed, when the band headlines two different “Summer of ’99” cruises, marking their first shows in more than a decade. After that, Creed will embark on an extensive North American summer tour in July, with support from 3 Doors Down. Tickets to Creed’s shows can be purchased here.

See a list of Scott Stapp’s solo tour dates below, and check out Higher Power on our list of the 30 Most Anticipated Metal & Hard Rock Albums of 2024.

Scott Stapp 2024 Tour Dates:
01/19 – Lincoln, CA @ The Venue at Thunder Valley Casino Resort *
01/21 – Ridgefield, WA @ Ilani Cowlitz Ballroom
03/10 – Ponte Vedra Beach, FL @ Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
03/12 – Charleston, SC @ Charleston Music Hall
03/14 – Chattanooga, TN @ The Signal
03/15 – Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel
03/18 – Nashville, IN @ Brown County Music Center
03/19 – Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall Ballroom
03/21 – Omaha, NE @ Steelhouse Omaha
03/22 – Clear Lake, IA @ Surf Ballroom

* = opening for Daughtry

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