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. Dates for the BB's family off-shoot band, California Saga, are also being listed here.

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.
 

 
 

THE BEACH BOYS: 50th Anniversary Celebration Tour

Beach Boys 50th Anniversary Celebration TourThe Beach BoysBrian Wilson, Mike Love, Alan Jardine, Bruce Johnston, and David Marks — celebrated the 50th anniversary since the release of their first album with a big reunion tour in 2012.

  • Thank you so much for doing the 50th anniversary reunion tour, guys — that was truly splendid! Please consider “doin' it again” again!

 

 
 

BRIAN WILSON

Brian Wilson tours with a large backing group (the “Brian Wilson Band”) which includes The Wondermints' Darian Sanahaja, Nick Walusko, Probyn Gregory, Mike D'Amico; Paul von Mertens; Matt Jardine; Bob Lizik; Gary Griffin; and Jim Laspesa. Billy Hinsche and/or Debbie Shair will also appear at select dates.

Fellow BBs Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin will tour with Brian this year. Brian's 2018 tour continues the 50th anniversary celebration of the Pet Sounds album. Please check Brian's website for updates, more details, and ticket info.

  • Oct. 27 — Bangor, ME (Cross Insurance Center)**
  • Nov. 2 — Richmond, VA (Dominion Energy Center, rescheduled from May 15)**
  • Nov. 5 — Washington, DC (Kennedy Center, rescheduled from May 7)**
  • Nov. 6 — Huntington, WV (Keith Albee Performing Arts Center)**
  • Nov. 9 — Augusta, GA (Bell Auditorium, rescheduled from May 16)**
  • Nov. 10 — Clearwater, FL (Ruth Eckerd Hall, rescheduled from May 18)**
  • Nov. 16 — Louisville, KY (Louisville Palace)**
  • Nov. 23 — Ottawa, ON, Canada (TD Place Stadium, Lansdowne Park)**
  • Nov. 25 — Windsor, ON, Canada (The Colosseum, rescheduled from May 4)**
  • June 20-21, 2019 — Nashville, TN (Schermerhorn Symphony Center, rescheduled from May 2018)**

The following dates are for Brian's “Greatest Hits Live” shows. Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin will be joining Brian on these shows.

  • Nov. 1 — New Brunswick, NJ (State Theatre)**
  • Nov. 8 — Atlanta, GA (Fox Theatre)**
  • Nov. 13 — Kansas City, MO (Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • Nov. 15 — St. Charles, MO (The Family Arena)**
  • Nov. 17 — Carmel, IN (Palladium, Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • Nov. 20 — Grand Rapids, MI (DeVos Performance Hall)**
  • Nov. 21 — Toronto, ON, Canada (Sony Centre)**

For this year's holiday season, Brian, Al, and Blondie will be performing The Beach Boys' Christmas Album in its entirety, along with cuts from Brian's album What I Really Want for Christmas.

  • Nov. 28 — Minneapolis, MN (Orpheum Theatre)**
  • Nov. 30 — Hammond, IN (Horseshoe Casino)**
  • Dec. 1 — Northfield, OH (Hard Rock in Northfield Park)**
  • Dec. 3 — Pittsburgh, PA (Heinz Hall)**
  • Dec. 5 — Westbury, NY (NYCB Theatre at Westbury)**
  • Dec. 4 — Englewood, NJ (Bergen Performing Arts Center)**
  • Dec. 7 — Staten Island, NY (St. George Theatre)**
  • Dec. 8 — Wallingford, CT (Toyota Oakdale Theatre)**
  • Dec. 11 — Sarasota, FL (Van Wezel Performing Arts Center)**
  • Dec. 12 — Hollywood, FL (Seminole Hard Rock Hotel)**
  • Dec. 14 — Dallas, TX (Majestic Theatre)**
  • Dec. 15 — Austin, TX (ACL Live at The Moody Theater)**
  • Dec. 16 — Midland, TX (Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center)**
  • Dec. 17 — San Antonio, TX (Tobin Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • Dec. 20 — Thousand Oaks, CA (Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza)**
  • Dec. 21 — Cerritos, CA (Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • Dec. 22 — Santa Rosa, CA (Ruth Finley Person Theatre, Luther Burbank Center for the Arts)**
  • Dec. 23 — Reno, NV (Grand Sierra Resort)**

 

 
 

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, Jeffrey Foskett, and Scott Totten. VIP packages are available at some venues, see Mike Love's website (www.mikelove.com) for available dates and ticket info.

  • Oct. 19 — Fredericksburg, VA (Marks and Harrison Amphitheater, rescheduled from Aug. 2)
     
  • Nov. 8-10 — Niagara Falls, ON, Canada (Avalon Ballroom Theatre, Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort)*
  • Nov. 13 — Huntstville, AL (Von Braun Center)*
  • Nov. 14-15 — Nashville, TN (Ryman Auditorium)*
  • Nov. 16 — Chattanooga, TN (Tivoli Theatre)*
  • Nov. 17 — Greenville, TN (Niswonger Performing Arts Center)*
  • Nov. 18 — Knoxville, TN (Tennessee Theatre)*
  • Nov. 19 — Dayton, OH (Schuster Performing Arts Center)*
  • Nov. 29 — Boston, MA (The Wilber)*
  • Nov. 30 — Medford, MA (Chevalier Theater)*
     
  • Dec. 1 — Morristown, NJ (Mayo Performing Arts Center)*
  • Dec. 2 — Baltimore, MD (Lyric Opera House)*
  • Dec. 4 — Greensburg, PA (Palace Theatre)*
  • Dec. 5 — Erie, PA (Warner Theatre)*
  • Dec. 6 — Ann Arbor, MI (Michigan Theater)*
  • Dec. 7 — Mt. Pleasant, MI (Soaring Eagle Casino)*
  • Dec. 8 — Elkhart, IN (Lerner Theatre)
  • Dec. 10 — North Bethesda, MD (Music Center at Strathmore)*
  • Dec. 11 — Huntington, NY (Paramount Huntington)*
  • Dec. 12 — Williamsport, PA (Community Arts Center)*
  • Dec. 13 — Wilmington, DE (The Grand)*
  • Dec. 15 — Charlotte, NC (Ovens Auditorium)*
  • Dec. 16 — North Charleston, SC (North Charleston Performing Arts Center)*
  • Dec. 17 — Durham, NC (Durham Performing Arts Center)*
  • Dec. 18 — Wilmington, NC (Cape Fear Community College, Wilson Center)*
  • Dec. 27 — Salt Lake City, UT (Delta Hall at Eccles Theater)*
  • Dec. 28-29 — Beaver Creek, CO (Vilar Performing Arts Center)*
  • Dec. 30 — Denver, CO (Paramount Theatre)*
     
  • Jan. 20, 2019 — Atlanta, GA (Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre)
  • Jan. 21 — Little Rock, AK (Robinson Center Music Hall)*
  • Jan. 22 — Shreveport, LA (Shreveport Municipal Auditorium)*
  • Jan. 23 — Lafayette, LA (Heymann Performing Arts Center)
  • Jan. 24 — Cleveland, MS (Delta State University, Bologna Performing Arts Center)*
  • Jan. 25 — Oxford, AL (Oxford Performing Arts Center)*
  • Jan. 26 — Augusta, GA (Bell Auditorium)*
  • Jan. 27 — Tifton, GA (John Hunt Auditorium)*
  • Jan. 31 — Costa Mesa, CA (Segerstrom Hall)**
     
  • Feb. 25 — Sarasota, FL (Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall)*
  • Feb. 26 — Ft. Meyers, Fl (Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, two shows)*
  • Feb. 27 — Hollywood, FL (Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino)*
  • Feb. 28 — Clearwater, FL (Ruth Eckert Hall)*
     
  • March 1 — Orange Park, FL (Thrasher-Horne Center)*
  • March 2 — Orlando, FL (Dr. Phillips Center)*
  • March 3-4 — The Villages, FL (Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center)
  • March 6 — Ft. Pierce, FL (Sunrise Theatre)*
  • March 7 — Melbourne, FL (King Center for the Performing Arts Theater)*
  • March 19 — San Antonio, TX (Majestic Theatre)
  • March 20 — Dallas, TX (Majestic Theatre)*
  • March 22 — Midland, TX (Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center)*
  • March 24 — Albuquerque, NM (Poejoy Hall)*
  • March 30 — Sugar Land, TX (Smart Financial Center at Sugar Land)*
     
  • April 2 — Flower Power Criuse (St. Maarten)*
  • April 4 — Key West, FL (Sunset Green Event Lawn)*
  • June 24-25 — London, England, UK (Royal Albert Hall)*
  • June 27 — Paris, France (Olympia)*
  • July 9 — Zurich, Switzerland (Theater 11)*
  • July 13 — Monte-Carlo, Monaco (Sporting Club)*

 

 
 

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.

Al will be heading out on the road for a series of acoustic, intimate shows titled “Al Jardine — A Postcard from California — from the Very First Song with a Founding Member of the Beach Boys.” Al will be playing 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). More details and ticket info.

  • Feb. 7, 2019 — New York, NY (The Iridium)**
  • Feb. 8 — Norfolk, CT (Infinity Hall Norfolk)**
  • Feb. 9 — Uncasville, CT (Mohegan Sun)**

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

  • Oct. 27 — Bangor, ME (Cross Insurance Center)**
  • Nov. 1 — New Brunswick, NJ (State Theatre)**
  • Nov. 2 — Richmond, VA (Dominion Energy Center, rescheduled from May 15)**
  • Nov. 5 — Washington, DC (Kennedy Center, rescheduled from May 7)**
  • Nov. 6 — Huntington, WV (Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center)**
  • Nov. 8 — Atlanta, GA (Fox Theatre)**
  • Nov. 10 — Clearwater, FL (Ruth Eckerd Hall, rescheduled from May 18)**
  • Nov. 13 — Kansas City, MO (Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • Nov. 15 — St. Charles, MO (The Family Arena)**
  • Nov. 16 — Louisville, KY (Louisville Palace)**
  • Nov. 17 — Carmel, IN (Palladium, Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • Nov. 20 — Grand Rapids, MI (DeVos Performance Hall)**
  • Nov. 21 — Toronto, ON, Canada (Sony Centre)**
  • Nov. 23 — Ottawa, ON, Canada (TD Place Stadium, Lansdowne Park)**
  • Nov. 25 — Windsor, ON, Canada (The Colosseum, rescheduled from May 4)**
  • June 20-21, 2019 — Nashville, TN (Schermerhorn Symphony Center, rescheduled from May 2018)**

Al will also be joining Brian and Blondie for Brian's BB Christmas Album tour.

  • Nov. 28 — Minneapolis, MN (Orpheum Theatre)**
  • Nov. 30 — Hammond, IN (Horseshoe Casino)**
  • Dec. 1 — Northfield, OH (Hard Rock in Northfield Park)**
  • Dec. 3 — Pittsburgh, PA (Heinz Hall)**
  • Dec. 4 — Englewood, NJ (Bergen Performing Arts Center)**
  • Dec. 5 — Westbury, NY (NYCB Theatre at Westbury)**
  • Dec. 7 — Staten Island, NY (St. George Theatre)**
  • Dec. 8 — Wallingford, CT (Toyota Oakdale Theatre)**
  • Dec. 11 — Sarasota, FL (Van Wezel Performing Arts Center)**
  • Dec. 12 — Hollywood, FL (Seminole Hard Rock Hotel)**
  • Dec. 14 — Dallas, TX (Majestic Theatre)**
  • Dec. 15 — Austin, TX (ACL Live at The Moody Theater)**
  • Dec. 16 — Midland, TX (Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center)**
  • Dec. 17 — San Antonio, TX (Tobin Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • Dec. 20 — Thousand Oaks, CA (Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza)**
  • Dec. 21 — Cerritos, CA (Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • Dec. 22 — Santa Rosa, CA (Ruth Finley Person Theatre, Luther Burbank Center for the Arts)**
  • Dec. 23 — Reno, NV (Grand Sierra Resort)**

 

 
 

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.

  • May 11, 2019 — Indian Wells, CA (Desert Valleys Community Complex at the Fairgrounds, with the Surf City All Stars)

 

 
 

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. 27 — Bangor, ME (Cross Insurance Center)**
  • Nov. 1 — New Brunswick, NJ (State Theatre)**
  • Nov. 2 — Richmond, VA (Dominion Energy Center, rescheduled from May 15)**
  • Nov. 5 — Washington, DC (Kennedy Center, rescheduled from May 7)**
  • Nov. 6 — Huntington, WV (Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center)**
  • Nov. 9 — Augusta, GA (Bell Auditorium, rescheduled from May 16)**
  • Nov. 8 — Atlanta, GA (Fox Theatre)**
  • Nov. 10 — Clearwater, FL (Ruth Eckerd Hall, rescheduled from May 18)**
  • Nov. 13 — Kansas City, MO (Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • Nov. 15 — St. Charles, MO (The Family Arena)**
  • Nov. 16 — Louisville, KY (Louisville Palace)**
  • Nov. 17 — Carmel, IN (Palladium, Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • Nov. 20 — Grand Rapids, MI (DeVos Performance Hall)**
  • Nov. 21 — Toronto, ON, Canada (Sony Centre)**
  • Nov. 23 — Ottawa, ON, Canada (TD Place Stadium, Lansdowne Park)**
  • Nov. 25 — Windsor, ON, Canada (The Colosseum, rescheduled from May 4)**
  • June 20-21, 2019 — Nashville, TN (Schermerhorn Symphony Center, rescheduled from May 2018)**

Blondie will also be joining Brian and Al for Brian's BB Christmas Album tour.

  • Nov. 28 — Minneapolis, MN (Orpheum Theatre)**
  • Nov. 30 — Hammond, IN (Horseshoe Casino)**
  • Dec. 1 — Northfield, OH (Hard Rock in Northfield Park)**
  • Dec. 3 — Pittsburgh, PA (Heinz Hall)**
  • Dec. 4 — Englewood, NJ (Bergen Performing Arts Center)**
  • Dec. 5 — Westbury, NY (NYCB Theatre at Westbury)**
  • Dec. 7 — Staten Island, NY (St. George Theatre)**
  • Dec. 8 — Wallingford, CT (Toyota Oakdale Theatre)**
  • Dec. 11 — Sarasota, FL (Van Wezel Performing Arts Center)**
  • Dec. 12 — Hollywood, FL (Seminole Hard Rock Hotel)**
  • Dec. 14 — Dallas, TX (Majestic Theatre)**
  • Dec. 15 — Austin, TX (ACL Live at The Moody Theater)**
  • Dec. 16 — Midland, TX (Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center)**
  • Dec. 17 — San Antonio, TX (Tobin Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • Dec. 20 — Thousand Oaks, CA (Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza)**
  • Dec. 21 — Cerritos, CA (Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • Dec. 22 — Santa Rosa, CA (Ruth Finley Person Theatre, Luther Burbank Center for the Arts)**
  • Dec. 23 — Reno, NV (Grand Sierra Resort)**

 

 
 

CALIFORNIA SAGA

The Beach Boys' offspring have joined together to form a new next-generation band, California Saga, to honor their parents' legacy and write a new chapter in the extended BB family's musical saga. This group of seasoned musical vets includes Carnie and Wendy Wilson (Brian Wilson's daughters), Christian and Ambha Love (Mike Love's son and daughter), Justyn Wilson (Carl Wilson's son), Carl B. Wilson (Dennis Wilson's son), and Matt and Adam Jardine (Alan Jardine's sons). Billy Hinsche (Justyn's uncle) and Rob Bonfiglio (Carnie's husband) head up the supporting band. One of California Saga's focuses will be on the lesser-heard songs in the BB's canon. (Carnie, Wendy, Matt, and Rob also tour with Wilson Phillips.)

  • Please watch this space for new dates.