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.

Please note that starting Oct. 4, 2021, venues operated by Live Nation will be requiring concertgoers to show proof of full vaccination against Covie-19 or a negative test for Covid-19 to enter the show. Please check with your show's venue for more information.
 

 

 
 

BRIAN WILSON

Brian Wilson tours 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. Randell Kirsch, Billy Hinsche and/or Debbie Shair may also appear at select dates.

Fellow BBs Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin are touring with Brian. Please check Brian's website for updates, more details, and ticket info.

  • Oct. 5 — Huntington, NY (The Paramount)**
  • Oct. 6 — Port Chester, NY (Capitol Theatre)**
  • Oct. 8 — Wallingford, CT (Toyota Oakdale Theatre)**
  • Oct. 9 — Lowell, MA (Lowell Memorial Auditorium)**
  • Oct. 10 — Rochester, NY (Kodak Center)**
  • Oct. 12 — Albany, NY (Palace Theatre Albany)**
  • Oct. 13 — Morristown, NJ (Mayo Performing Arts Center)**
  • Oct. 15 — Washington, DC (Warner Theatre)**
  • Oct. 16 — Atlantic City, NJ (Mark G. Etess Arena, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino)**
  • Oct. 17 — Reading, PA (Santander Performing Arts Center)**
  • Oct. 19 — Greensburg, PA (Palace Theatre)**
  • Oct. 20 — Akron, OH (Goodyear Theater)**
  • Oct. 22 — Nashville, IN (Brown County Music Center)**
  • Oct. 23 — Waukegan, IL (Genesee Theatre)**
     
  • June 4, 2022 — Da Groningen, Netherlands (De Oosterpoort)**
  • June 5 — Lingen, Germany (Emsland Arena)**
  • June 7 — Amsterdam, Netherlands (Koninklijk Theater Carré)**
  • June 8 — Antwerpen, Belgium (Openluchttheater Rivierenhof)**
  • June 11 — Berlin, Germany (Tempodrom)**
  • June 21 — Bradford, England, UK (St. George's Hall)**
  • June 23 — Brighton, England, UK (Brighton Dome)**
  • June 24 — London, England, UK (Royal Albert Hall)**
  • June 25 — Cambridge, England, UK (Cambridge Corn Exchange)**
  • June 27 — Glasgow, Scotland, UK (SEC Armadillo)**
  • June 30 — Nottingham, England, UK (Royal Concert Hall)**
  • July 1 — Birmingham, England, UK (Symphony Hall)**
  • July 3 — Manchester, England, UK (Bridgewater Hall)**
  • July 4 — Liverpool, England, UK (Royal Liverpool Philharmonic)**
  • July 6 — Cardiff, Wales, UK (Motorpoint Arena Cardiff)**
  • July 7 — Bournemouth, England, UK (Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre)**
  • July 8 — Gateshead, England, UK (Sage Gateshead)**

 

 
 

MIKE LOVE & BRUCE JOHNSTON

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, John Cowsill, Tim Bonhomme, Brian “Ike” Eichenberger, and Scott Totten. VIP packages are available at some venues, see Mike Love's website (www.mikelove.com) for available dates and ticket info.

  • Sept. 27 — Charleston, WV (Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences, Maier Foundation Performance Hall)*
  • Sept. 28 — Rocky Mount, VA (Harvester Performance Center)*
  • Sept. 29 — Cary, NC (Koka Booth Amphitheatre)*
  • Oct. 1 — Columbia, SC (Township Auditorium)*
  • Oct. 2 — North Myrtle Beach, SC (Alabama Theatre, two shows)*
  • Oct. 3 — Charleston, SC (Charleston Gaillard Center)*
  • Oct. 5 — Auburn, AL (Auburn University, Gogue Performing Arts Center)*
  • Oct. 6 — Brandon, MS (Brandon Amphitheater)*
  • Oct. 7-8 — Biloxi, MS (Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, Beau Rivage Theatre)*
  • Oct. 9 — Tallahassee, FL (The Moon)*
  • Oct. 13 — Pensacola, FL (Saenger Theatre)*
  • Oct. 14 — Tuscaloosa, AL (Tuscaloosa Amphitheater)*
  • Oct. 23 — Galveston, TX (Grand 1894 Opera House, two shows)*
  • Oct. 24 — Austin, TX (Bass Concert Hall)*
  • Oct. 25 — San Antonio, TX (Tobin Center for the Performing Arts)*
  • Oct. 27 — Lawton, OK (Apache Casino Hotel Event Center)*
  • Oct. 29-30 — Lake Charles, LA (Golden Nugget Lake Charles, Grand Event Center)*
  • Nov. 12 — Tucson, AZ (AVA Amphitheater)*
  • Nov. 14 — Wickenburg, AZ (Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts)*
  • Dec. 7 — Chattanooga, TN (Sailors & Soldiers Memorial Auditorium)*
  • Dec. 8 — Knoxville, TN (Tennessee Theatre)*
  • Dec. 10 — Oxford, AL (Oxford Performing Arts Center)*
  • Dec. 11 — Oxford, MS (Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts)*
  • Dec. 12 — Memphis, TN (Graceland Live, Soundstage at Graceland)*
  • Dec. 14 — Ottumwa, IA (Expo Hall, Bridge View Center)*
  • Dec. 15 — Effingham, IL (Effingham Performance Center)*
  • Dec. 17 — Mount Pleasant, MI (Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, Entertainment Hall)*
  • Dec. 18 — Wabash, IN (Ford Theater, Honeywell Center)*
  • Dec. 19 — Nashville, IN (Brown County Music Center)*
  • Dec. 31 — Calgary, AB, Canada (Grey Eagle Resort & Casino)*
     
  • Feb. 9, 2022 — Kansas City, MO (Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Muriel Kauffman Theatre)*
  • Feb. 10 — Tulsa, OK (River Spirit Casino Resort)*
  • Feb. 12 — Wichita, KS (Intrust Bank Arena, with Alabama)*
  • Feb. 18 — Rancho Mirage, CA (Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa)*
  • March 25-28 — Miami, Florida to Nassau, Bahamas (Good Vibrations Cruise aboard the Norwegian Pearl)
  • April 3 — New Bedford, MA (Zeiterion Performing Arts Center)*
  • April 5 — Red Bank, NJ (Count Basie Theatre)*
  • April 9 — Port Chester, NY (Capitol Theatre)*
  • April 10 — Hershey, PA (Hershey Theatre)*
  • April 12 — Wilkes-Barre, PA (F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts)*

 

 
 

ALAN JARDINE

Al Jardine and the Endless Summer Band features Matt Jardine on vocals and percussion, Adam Jardine on vocals, Billy Hinsche on keyboard, Ed Carter on bass, Bobby Figueroa on drums, Tom Jacob on keyboard and organ, and Richie Cannata on sax.

Al also plays some shows with the Surf City Allstars, along with David Marks and/or Dean Torrence in a configuration called The Legends of Surf Music.

  • Please watch this space for new dates.

Al will be heading out on the road for a series of acoustic, intimate shows titled “Al Jardine — Endless Summer.” Al plays songs from his entire catalog (BBs and solo) acoustically, telling stories, and even doing some Q&A. He will be accompanied by his son Matt and Jeff Alan Ross (Badfinger). Ticket info.

  • March 18, 2022 — Gilbert, AZ (Higley Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • March 19 — San Juan Capistrano, CA (The Coach House)**

Al and Blondie Chaplin are touring with Brian Wilson. Please check Brian's website for updates, more details, and ticket info.

  • Oct. 5 — Huntington, NY (The Paramount)**
  • Oct. 6 — Port Chester, NY (Capitol Theatre)**
  • Oct. 8 — Wallingford, CT (Toyota Oakdale Theatre)**
  • Oct. 9 — Lowell, MA (Lowell Memorial Auditorium)**
  • Oct. 10 — Rochester, NY (Kodak Center)**
  • Oct. 12 — Albany, NY (Palace Theatre Albany)**
  • Oct. 13 — Morristown, NJ (Mayo Performing Arts Center)**
  • Oct. 15 — Washington, DC (Warner Theatre)**
  • Oct. 16 — Atlantic City, NJ (Mark G. Etess Arena, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino)**
  • Oct. 17 — Reading, PA (Santander Performing Arts Center)**
  • Oct. 19 — Greensburg, PA (Palace Theatre)**
  • Oct. 20 — Akron, OH (Goodyear Theater)**
  • Oct. 22 — Nashville, IN (Brown County Music Center)**
  • Oct. 23 — Waukegan, IL (Genesee Theatre)**
     
  • June 4, 2022 — Da Groningen, Netherlands (De Oosterpoort)**
  • June 5 — Lingen, Germany (Emsland Arena)**
  • June 7 — Amsterdam, Netherlands (Koninklijk Theater Carré)**
  • June 8 — Antwerpen, Belgium (Openluchttheater Rivierenhof)**
  • June 11 — Berlin, Germany (Tempodrom)**
  • June 21 — Bradford, England, UK (St. George's Hall)**
  • June 23 — Brighton, England, UK (Brighton Dome)**
  • June 24 — London, England, UK (Royal Albert Hall)**
  • June 25 — Cambridge, England, UK (Cambridge Corn Exchange)**
  • June 27 — Glasgow, Scotland, UK (SEC Armadillo)**
  • June 30 — Nottingham, England, UK (Royal Concert Hall)**
  • July 1 — Birmingham, England, UK (Symphony Hall)**
  • July 3 — Manchester, England, UK (Bridgewater Hall)**
  • July 4 — Liverpool, England, UK (Royal Liverpool Philharmonic)**
  • July 6 — Cardiff, Wales, UK (Motorpoint Arena Cardiff)**
  • July 7 — Bournemouth, England, UK (Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre)**
  • July 8 — Gateshead, England, UK (Sage Gateshead)**

 

 
 

DAVID MARKS

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.

  • Please watch this space for new dates.

 

 
 

BLONDIE CHAPLIN

Blondie Chaplin is touring with Brian Wilson and Al Jardine. Please check Brian's website for updates, more details, and ticket info.

  • Oct. 5 — Huntington, NY (The Paramount)**
  • Oct. 6 — Port Chester, NY (Capitol Theatre)**
  • Oct. 8 — Wallingford, CT (Toyota Oakdale Theatre)**
  • Oct. 9 — Lowell, MA (Lowell Memorial Auditorium)**
  • Oct. 10 — Rochester, NY (Kodak Center)**
  • Oct. 12 — Albany, NY (Palace Theatre Albany)**
  • Oct. 13 — Morristown, NJ (Mayo Performing Arts Center)**
  • Oct. 15 — Washington, DC (Warner Theatre)**
  • Oct. 16 — Atlantic City, NJ (Mark G. Etess Arena, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino)**
  • Oct. 17 — Reading, PA (Santander Performing Arts Center)**
  • Oct. 19 — Greensburg, PA (Palace Theatre)**
  • Oct. 20 — Akron, OH (Goodyear Theater)**
  • Oct. 22 — Nashville, IN (Brown County Music Center)**
  • Oct. 23 — Waukegan, IL (Genesee Theatre)**
     
  • June 4, 2022 — Da Groningen, Netherlands (De Oosterpoort)**
  • June 5 — Lingen, Germany (Emsland Arena)**
  • June 7 — Amsterdam, Netherlands (Koninklijk Theater Carré)**
  • June 8 — Antwerpen, Belgium (Openluchttheater Rivierenhof)**
  • June 11 — Berlin, Germany (Tempodrom)**
  • June 21 — Bradford, England, UK (St. George's Hall)**
  • June 23 — Brighton, England, UK (Brighton Dome)**
  • June 24 — London, England, UK (Royal Albert Hall)**
  • June 25 — Cambridge, England, UK (Cambridge Corn Exchange)**
  • June 27 — Glasgow, Scotland, UK (SEC Armadillo)**
  • June 30 — Nottingham, England, UK (Royal Concert Hall)**
  • July 1 — Birmingham, England, UK (Symphony Hall)**
  • July 3 — Manchester, England, UK (Bridgewater Hall)**
  • July 4 — Liverpool, England, UK (Royal Liverpool Philharmonic)**
  • July 6 — Cardiff, Wales, UK (Motorpoint Arena Cardiff)**
  • July 7 — Bournemouth, England, UK (Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre)**
  • July 8 — Gateshead, England, UK (Sage Gateshead)**