Tour Dates


Following the untimely passing of Carl Wilson in 1998, the surviving members of The Beach Boys split up into the different tours listed below. The Beach Boys reunited in 2012 for a major worldwide 50th Anniversary Celebration tour, which ended on September 28, 2012. If any new reunion tours occur, they will be listed first. All other tours are listed by the individual BBs (Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Bruce Johnston, Alan Jardine, David Marks) heading and/or taking part in them.

In addition, Mike Love has licensed the Beach Boys' name for his tour with Bruce Johnston. Former BB Blondie Chaplin has toured in the past as part of the Rolling Stones' band and most recently with Brian Wilson. Fellow ex-BB Ricky Fataar currently tours as Bonnie Raitt's drummer.

All tour dates are subject to change. An asterisk (*) indicates a date confirmed by BRI, two asterisks (**) indicate a confirmed date from another source. BBFC does not list private show dates. For a comprehensive listing of songs performed in The Beach Boys' and their spinoff acts' past shows (1962 through present day), visit Eric Anniversario's setlist archive.




Brian Wilson has been touring with a large backing group (the “Brian Wilson Band”) which includes The Wondermints' Darian Sanahaja, Probyn Gregory, Mike D'Amico; Paul von Mertens; Matt Jardine; Bob Lizik; Gary Griffin; Rob Bonfiglio; and Jim Laspesa.

Fellow BBs Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin also tour with Brian, although Brian has not been performing recently. Please check Brian's website ( for updates and ticket info.

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Mike Love has licensed the Beach Boys' name for his tour, which also features fellow Beach Boy Bruce Johnston. Please note that Mike and Bruce are the ONLY Beach Boys on this tour, except where indicated otherwise. The duo's backup band includes Randy Leago, Keith Hubacher, Christian Love, Tim Bonhomme, John Wedemeyer, Jon Bolton, and Brian “Ike” Eichenberger. VIP packages are available at some venues, see Mike Love's website ( for available dates and ticket info.

  • April 25 — New Orleans, LA (New Orleans Jazz Fest)*
  • April 26 — Scottsdale, AZ (Talking Stick Resort)*
  • April 27 — Laughlin, NV (Harrah’s Laughlin Hotel & Casino)*
  • April 28 — Indio, CA (Stagecoach festival)*
  • May 3-5 (exact date TBA) — Charlotte, NC (Lovin' Life Music Fest, First Ward Park, 300 N. Brevard St.)
  • May 24 — Bridgeport, CT (Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater, with special guest Dave Mason)*
  • May 25 — Saratoga Springs, NY (Broadview Stage at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, with special guest Dave Mason)*
  • May 26 — Gilford, NH (Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, with special guest Dave Mason)*
  • May 27 — Hammondsport, NY (Concerts at Point of the Bluff Vineyards)*
  • May 30 — Staten Island, NY (St. George Theatre)*
  • May 31 — Utica, NY (Stanley Theatre)*
  • June 1 — Holmdel, NJ (PNC Bank Arts Center, with special guest Dave Mason)*
  • June 2 — Vienna, VA (Wolf Trap, Filene Center)*
  • June 18 — Roanoke, VA (Berglund Center)*
  • June 19 — Greensboro, NC (Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts)*
  • June 20 — North Myrtle Beach, SC (Alabama Theatre, two shows)*
  • June 21 — Williamsburg, VA (Virginia Arts Festival, Williamsburg Live on The Lawn of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg)
  • June 22 — Wildwood, NJ (Barefoot Country Music Fest)*
  • June 23 — Wilmington, DE (The Grand Opera House)*
  • June 27 — Easton, PA (State Theatre Center for the Arts)*
  • June 28 — Chautauqua, NY (Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater)*
  • June 29 — Lancaster, PA (American Music Theatre, two shows)*
  • June 30 — Pittsburgh, PA (Stage AE Outdoors)*
  • July 1 — Kettering, OH (Fraze Pavilion)*
  • July 2 — Youngstown, OH (The Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre)*
  • July 3 — Sherman, TX (Hot Summer Nights, Pecan Grove Park, free show)*
  • July 4 — Elk Grove Village, IL (Rotary Green, next to Elk Grove High School)*
  • July 5 — Rochester Hills, MI (Meadow Brook Amphitheatre)*
  • July 6 — Indianapolis, IN (Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park)*
  • July 7 — Highland Park, IL (Ravinia Festival, with special guest John Stamos)*
  • July 9 — Mankato, MN (Vetter Stone Amphitheater)*
  • July 10 — Waite Park, MN (The Ledge Amphitheater)*
  • July 11 — Green Bay, WI (Capital Credit Union Park)*
  • July 12 — Cedar Rapids, IA (McGrath Amphitheatre)*
  • July 13 — Council Bluffs, IA (Harrah's Council Bluffs, Stir Cove)*
  • July 14 — Kansas City, MO (Uptown Theater)*
  • July 16 — Camdenton, MO (Ozarks Amphitheater)*
  • July 17 — Wichita, KS (The Cotillion Ballroom)*
  • July 19 — El Dorado, AR (First Financial Music Hall)*
  • July 28 — San Jose, CA (Music in the Park, Plaza de César Chávez)*
  • Aug. 2 — Sidney, ME (Snow Pond Center for the Arts)*
  • Aug. 3 — Stratton, VT (Stratton Mountain Concert Pavilion)*
  • Aug. 5-6 — Ocean City, NJ (Ocean City Music Pier, two shows each day)*
  • Aug. 8 — Wantagh, NY (Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, with special guest Dave Mason)*
  • Aug. 9 — Cohasset, MA (South Shore Music Circus)*
  • Aug. 10 — Hyannis, MA (Cape Cod Melody Tent, two shows)*
  • Aug. 11 — Webster, MA (Indian Ranch Amphitheatre)*
  • Aug. 14 — Denver, CO (Levitt Pavilion)*
  • Aug. 15 — Vail, CO (Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater)*
  • Aug. 16 — Colorado Springs, CO (Sunset Amphitheater)*
  • Aug. 17 — Grand Junction, CO (Amphitheater at Las Colonias Park)*
  • Aug. 21 — Kennewick, WA (Benton Franklin Fair)
  • Aug. 22 — Boise, ID (Western Idaho Fairgrounds)*
  • Aug. 23 — Woodinville, WA (Chateau St. Michelle Winery, Summer Concert Series)*
  • Aug. 24 — Bend, OR (Hayden Homes Amphitheater)*
  • Aug. 25 — Eugene, OR (Cuthbert Amphitheater)*
  • Aug. 27 — Redding, CA (Redding Civic Auditorium)*
  • Aug. 28 — Rohnert Park, CA (Green Music Center, Joan and Sanford Weill Hall & Lawn)*
  • Aug. 29 — Paso Robles, CA (Vina Robles Amphitheatre)*
  • Aug. 30 — Los Angeles, CA (Greek Theatre)*
  • Aug. 31 — Temecula, CA (Pechanga Resort Casino, Pechanga Summit)*
  • Sept. 1 — San Diego, CA (Rady Shell at Jacobs Park)*
  • Sept. 19 — Frederick, MD (The Great Frederick Fair)*
  • Sept. 20 — Bloomsburg, PA (Bloomsburg Fair Grandstand)*
  • Sept. 21 — Wheeling, WV (Capitol Theatre)*
  • Sept. 22 — Louisville, KY (Bourbon & Beyond)*
  • Sept. 23 — Nashville, TN (Ryman Auditorium)*
  • Sept. 28 — Ocean City, MD (Oceans Calling Festival, Ocean City Inlet Beach)
  • Oct. 30 – Nov. 3 — Ft. Lauderdale, FL (Malt Shop Memories Cruise, ports of call include St. Maarten and Tortola. Jan & Dean's Beach Party starring Dean Torrence will also be onboard, along with many other artists.)*




Al Jardine and the Endless Summer Band features Matt Jardine on vocals and percussion, Ed Carter on bass, Bobby Figueroa on drums, and Debbie Shair on keyboards.

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Upcoming shows for Al Jardine Family & Friends, with Al and Matt Jardine, Carnie and Wendy Wilson (Wilson Phillips). Their backing band includes Ed Carter, Bobby Figueroa, and Debbie Shair.

  • May 25 — Orem, UT (SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre)**

Al and Matt Jardine.

  • May 4 — Wailuku, Maui, HI (Sunflower Farm Music Festival, Pacific Biodiesel Technologies Sunflower Farm, Hawaii 380. Ticket info.)**

Al and Blondie Chaplin also tour with Brian Wilson. Please check Brian's website for updates and ticket info.

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David Marks currently tours with the Surf City Allstars, along with Al Jardine and/or Dean Torrence in a configuration called The Legends of Surf Music.

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Blondie Chaplin has been touring with Brian Wilson and Al Jardine in recent years. Blondie's other tour dates include:

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