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 sometimes tours as part of the Rolling Stones' band and 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” soon!

 

 
 

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 Nelson Bragg. Billy Hinsche will also appear at select dates.

Fellow BBs Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin will tour with Brian this year. Brian's 2016 tour will be in support of the 50th anniversary of the Pet Sounds album. Please check Brian's website for updates, more details, and ticket info.

  • June 30 — Del Mar, CA (San Diego County Fair, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Heineken Grandstand Stage)**
     
  • July 1 — Las Vegas, NV (Hard Rock Casino)**
  • July 3 — Ottawa, ON, Canada (Confederation Park, Jazz Fest)
  • July 4 — Toronto, ON, Canada (Massey Hall)**
  • July 6 — Burlington, VT (Flynn Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • July 7 — Montreal, QC, Canada (Montreal Jazz Fest)**
  • July 9 — Phoenix, AZ (Celebrity Theatre)**
  • July 10 — Los Angeles, CA (Hollywood Bowl, with M. Ward)**
  • July 15 — Elizabeth, IN (Horseshoe Casino)**
  • July 16 — Chicago, IL (Pitchfork Music Festival, Union Park)**
  • July 17 — Council Bluffs, IA (Stir Cove at Harrah's Casino)**
  • July 20 — Kansas City, MO (Muriel Kauffman Theatre)**
  • July 21 — St. Charles, MO (Family Arena)**
  • July 22 — Tunica, MS (Horseshoe Casino)**
  • July 23 — Bossier City, LA (Horseshoe Casino)**
  • July 29 — Paso Robles, CA (California Mid-State Fair, Chumash Grandstand Arena)
     
  • Aug. 16 — Bowling Green, KY (Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center)**
  • Aug. 18 — Asheville, NC (Thomas Wolfe Auditorium)**
  • Aug. 19 — Raleigh, NC (Duke Energy Center)**
  • Aug. 20 — Roanoke, VA (Elmwood Park)**
  • Aug. 22 — Newport News, VA (Ferguson Center)**
  • Aug. 23 — Baltimore, MD (Hippodrome Theatre)**
  • Aug. 25 — Pittsburgh, PA (Benedum Center)**
  • Aug. 27 — Atlantic City, NJ (Caesar's Atlantic City)**
  • Aug. 28 — Gilford, NH (Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion)**
  • Aug. 29 — Syracuse, NY (Great New York State Fair, Chevy Court)
     
  • Sept. 1 — Randers, Denmark (Vaerket)**
  • Sept. 3 — Brighton, England, UK (Together the People)**
  • Sept. 4 — Southend-on-Sea, England, UK (Cliffs Pavilion)**
  • Sept. 6 — Reykjavík, Iceland (Harpa Concert Hall, Eldborg)
  • Sept. 9 — Atlanta, GA (Fox Theatre)**
  • Sept. 10 — St. Augustine, FL (St. Augustine Amphitheatre)**
  • Sept. 11 — Sarasota, FL (Van Wezel Performance Arts Hall)**
  • Sept. 13 — St Petersburg, FL (Mahaffey Theatre)**
  • Sept. 14 — Hollywood, FL (Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino)**
  • Sept. 16-17 — Nashville, TN (Ryman Auditorium)**
  • Sept. 19 — Charlotte, NC (Blumenthal PAC)**
  • Sept. 20 — Washington, DC (The Music Center at Strathmore)**
  • Sept. 21 — Red Bank, NJ (Count Basie Theatre)**
  • Sept. 23 — Upper Darby, PA (Tower Theater)**
  • Sept. 24 — New York, NY (Beacon Theatre)**
  • Sept. 25 — Easton, PA (State Theatre)**
  • Sept. 27 — Wallingford, CT (Toyota Presents at Oakdale)**
  • Sept. 28 — Buffalo, NY (SUNY, Univ. at Buffalo, Center for the Arts)**
  • Sept. 30 — Detroit, MI (Fox Theatre)**
     
  • Oct. 2 — Minneapolis, MN (Orpheum Theatre)**
  • Oct. 4 — Denver, CO (Paramount Theatre)**
  • Oct. 5 — Salt Lake City, UT (Abravanel Hall)**
  • Oct. 7 — Portland, OR (Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall)**
  • Oct. 8 — Seattle, WA (Paramount Theatre)**
  • Oct. 10 — Arcata, CA (Humboldt State University, Van Duzer Theatre)**
  • Oct. 12-13 — San Francisco, CA (The Masonic)**
  • Oct. 14 — Stateline, NV (Harrah's Lake Tahoe)**
  • Oct. 15 — Sacramento, CA (Sacramento Community Center Theater)**

 

 
 

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, Brian (Ike) Eichenberger, 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.

  • June 26 — Arcadia, CA (L.A. Arboretum, with John Stamos)*
  • June 29 — St. John's, NL, Canada (Mile One Centre)*
  • June 30 — Liverpool, NS, Canada (Queens Place Emera Centre)*
     
  • July 1 — Truro, NS, Canada (Rath Eastlink Community Centre / RECC)*
  • July 2 — Sydney, NS, Canada (Centre 200)
  • July 4 — Brooklyn, NY (The Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk)*
  • July 6 — White Plains, NY (Westchester County Center)*
  • July 7 — Portland, ME (Maine State Pier, with the Temptations)*
  • July 8 — Hampton Beach, NH (Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom)*
  • July 9 — Boston, MA (The Wilbur, 2 shows)*
  • July 10 — Webster, MA (Indian Ranch, 2 p.m.)*
  • July 11-12 — Ocean City, NJ (Ocean City Music Pier)*
  • July 13 — Wilmington, DE (Grand Opera House)*
  • July 14 — Selbyville, DE (Freeman Stage at Bayside)*
  • July 15 — Bethel, NY (Bethel Woods Center)*
  • July 16 — Ocean Grove, NJ (Great Auditorium)*
  • July 17 — Bethlehem, PA (Sands Bethlehem Center)*
  • July 18 — Lancaster, PA (American Music Theater)*
  • July 19 — Washington DC (Kennedy Center)*
  • July 21 — Sylvania, OH (Centennial Terrace)*
  • July 22 — Saginaw, MI (FirstMerit Bank Event Park)*
  • July 29 — Fredericksburg, VA (Celebrate Virginia After Hours, Marks & Harrison Ampitheater, 7 p.m.)*
     
  • Aug. 5 — Aurora, IL (RiverEdge Park, with the Temptations)*
  • Aug. 6 — Duluth, MN (AMSOIL Arena, Duluth Entertainment Convention Center, with the Temptations)*
  • Aug. 7 — Minneapolis, MN (State Theater)*
  • Aug. 8 — Sioux Falls, ND (Sioux Empire Fair)*
  • Aug. 11 — Lincoln, NE (Pinewood Bowl, with the Temptations)*
  • Aug. 12 — Cedar Rapids, IA (McGrath Amphitheatre, with the Temptations)*
  • Aug. 13 — Lac du Flambeau, WI (Lake of the Torches Casino)*
  • Aug. 14 — West Allis, WI (Wisconsin State Fair)*
  • Aug. 16 — Cleveland, OH (Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica)*
  • Aug. 17 — Cincinnati, OH (PNC Pavilion)*
  • Aug. 18 — Huber Heights, OH (Rose Music Center at The Heights)*
  • Aug. 19 — Indianapolis, IN (Farm Insurance Lawn at White River State Park)*
  • Aug. 20 — Sterling Heights, MI (Freedom Hill Amphitheater)*
  • Aug. 21 — Grand Rapids, MI (Meijer Gardens Amphitheater)*
  • Aug. 23 — Corpus Christie, TX (American Bank Center, Selena Auditorium)*
  • Aug. 24 — San Angelo, TX (Foster Communications Coliseum)
  • Aug. 25 — Midland, TX (Wagner Noel PAC)*
  • Aug. 27 — Amarillo TX (Amarillo Civic Center)*
     
  • Sept. 9 — Bakersfield, CA (Bright House Amphitheatre)*
  • Sept. 11 — Saratoga, CA (The Mountain Winery)*
  • Sept. 29-30 — Niagara Falls, ON, Canada (Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort)*

  • Oct. 1 — Niagara Falls, ON, Canada (Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort)*
  • Oct. 2 — Greensburg, PA (Pittsburgh Theater)*
  • Oct. 4 — San Antonio, TX (Majestic Theatre)*
  • Oct. 5 — Stafford, TX (Stafford Centre)*
  • Oct. 7-8 — Biloxi, MS (Beau Rivage Resort & Casino)*
     
  • Nov. 17 — Santa Rosa, CA (Luther Burbank Center for the Arts)*
  • Nov. 18 — Stockton, CA (Bob Hope Theatre)*
  • Nov. 19 — Thousand Oaks, CA (Fred Kavli Theatre)*
  • Nov. 20 — Palm Desert, CA (McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts)*
     
  • Dec. 5 — Lawrence, KS (Lied Center of Kansas)*
  • Dec. 11 — Avon Park, FL (Alan Jay Wildstein Center for the Performing Arts)*
  • Dec. 12 — Sarasota, FL (Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall)*
  • Dec. 13 — Clearwater, FL (Ruth Eckerd Hall)*
  • Dec. 14 — Fort Myers, FL (Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall)*
  • Dec. 15 — Miami, FL (Knight Concert Hall, Arsht Center)*
  • Dec. 16 — West Palm Beach, FL (Dreyfoos Hall)*
  • Dec. 17-18 — The Villages, FL (Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center)*

 

 
 

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 and Blondie Chaplin are touring with Brian Wilson this year. Brian's 2016 tour will be in support of the 50th anniversary of the Pet Sounds album. Please check Brian's website for updates, more details, and ticket info.

  • June 30 — Del Mar, CA (San Diego County Fair, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Heineken Grandstand Stage)**
     
  • July 1 — Las Vegas, NV (Hard Rock Casino)**
  • July 3 — Ottawa, ON, Canada (Confederation Park, Jazz Fest)**
  • July 4 — Toronto, ON, Canada (Massey Hall)**
  • July 6 — Burlington, VT (Flynn Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • July 7 — Montreal, QC, Canada (Montreal Jazz Fest)**
  • July 9 — Phoenix, AZ (Celebrity Theatre)**
  • July 10 — Los Angeles, CA (Hollywood Bowl, with M. Ward)**
  • July 15 — Elizabeth, IN (Horseshoe Casino)**
  • July 16 — Chicago, IL (Pitchfork Music Festival, Union Park)**
  • July 17 — Council Bluffs, IA (Stir Cove at Harrah's Casino)**
  • July 20 — Kansas City, MO (Muriel Kauffman Theatre)**
  • July 21 — St. Charles, MO (Family Arena)**
  • July 22 — Tunica, MS (Horseshoe Casino)**
  • July 29 — Paso Robles, CA (California Mid-State Fair, Chumash Grandstand Arena)
     
  • Aug. 16 — Bowling Green, KY (Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center)**
  • Aug. 18 — Asheville, NC (Thomas Wolfe Auditorium)**
  • Aug. 19 — Raleigh, NC (Duke Energy Center)**
  • Aug. 20 — Roanoke, VA (Elmwood Park)**
  • Aug. 22 — Newport News, VA (Ferguson Center)**
  • Aug. 23 — Baltimore, MD (Hippodrome Theatre)**
  • Aug. 25 — Pittsburgh, PA (Benedum Center)**
  • Aug. 27 — Atlantic City, NJ (Caesar's Atlantic City)**
  • Aug. 28 — Gilford, NH (Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion)**
  • Aug. 29 — Syracuse, NY (Great New York State Fair, Chevy Court)
     
  • Sept. 1 — Randers, Denmark (Vaerket)**
  • Sept. 3 — Brighton, England, UK (Together the People)**
  • Sept. 4 — Southend-on-Sea, England, UK (Cliffs Pavilion)**
  • Sept. 6 — Reykjavík, Iceland (Harpa Concert Hall, Eldborg)
  • Sept. 9 — Atlanta, GA (Fox Theatre)**
  • Sept. 10 — St. Augustine, FL (St. Augustine Amphitheatre)**
  • Sept. 11 — Sarasota, FL (Van Wezel Performance Arts Hall)**
  • Sept. 13 — St Petersburg, FL (Mahaffey Theatre)**
  • Sept. 14 — Hollywood, FL (Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino)**
  • Sept. 16-17 — Nashville, TN (Ryman Auditorium)**
  • Sept. 19 — Charlotte, NC (Blumenthal PAC)**
  • Sept. 20 — Washington, DC (The Music Center at Strathmore)**
  • Sept. 21 — Red Bank, NJ (Count Basie Theatre)**
  • Sept. 23 — Upper Darby, PA (Tower Theater)**
  • Sept. 24 — New York, NY (Beacon Theatre)**
  • Sept. 25 — Easton, PA (State Theatre)**
  • Sept. 27 — Wallingford, CT (Toyota Presents at Oakdale)**
  • Sept. 28 — Buffalo, NY (SUNY, Univ. at Buffalo, Center for the Arts)**
  • Sept. 30 — Detroit, MI (Fox Theatre)**
     
  • Oct. 2 — Minneapolis, MN (Orpheum Theatre)**
  • Oct. 4 — Denver, CO (Paramount Theatre)**
  • Oct. 5 — Salt Lake City, UT (Abravanel Hall)**
  • Oct. 7 — Portland, OR (Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall)**
  • Oct. 8 — Seattle, WA (Paramount Theatre)**
  • Oct. 10 — Arcata, CA (Humboldt State University, Van Duzer Theatre)**
  • Oct. 12-13 — San Francisco, CA (The Masonic)**
  • Oct. 14 — Stateline, NV (Harrah's Lake Tahoe)**
  • Oct. 15 — Sacramento, CA (Sacramento Community Center Theater)**

 

 
 

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. Additionally, David does solo shows with his band, the Summertime Blues, featuring David Logeman, Jez Graham, and Del Baroni.

  • July 4 — Woodland Hills, CA (free concert, with Surf City Allstars)**
  • July 9 — Iola, WI (Iola Car Show at the Fairgrounds, with Surf City Allstars)**
  • March 18-25, 2017 — Miami, FL and Caribbean Sea (Legends of Rock Cruise, with Surf City Allstars)**
    This is a multi-artist cruise, with David, Mark Lindsay, the Grass Roots, and more. Ports of call include Philipsburg, St. Maartin; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Nassau, Bahamas. Details here.

 

 
 

BLONDIE CHAPLIN

Blondie Chaplin is touring with Brian Wilson and Al Jardine. Brian's 2016 tour will be in support of the 50th anniversary of the Pet Sounds album. Please check Brian's website for updates, more details, and ticket info.

  • June 30 — Del Mar, CA (San Diego County Fair, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Heineken Grandstand Stage)
     
  • July 1 — Las Vegas, NV (Hard Rock Casino)**
  • July 3 — Ottawa, ON, Canada (Confederation Park, Jazz Fest)**
  • July 4 — Toronto, ON, Canada (Massey Hall)**
  • July 6 — Burlington, VT (Flynn Center for the Performing Arts)**
  • July 7 — Montreal, QC, Canada (Montreal Jazz Fest)**
  • July 9 — Phoenix, AZ (Celebrity Theatre)**
  • July 10 — Los Angeles, CA (Hollywood Bowl, with M. Ward)**
  • July 15 — Elizabeth, IN (Horseshoe Casino)**
  • July 16 — Chicago, IL (Pitchfork Music Festival, Union Park)**
  • July 17 — Council Bluffs, IA (Stir Cove at Harrah's Casino)**
  • July 20 — Kansas City, MO (Muriel Kauffman Theatre)**
  • July 21 — St. Charles, MO (Family Arena)**
  • July 22 — Tunica, MS (Horseshoe Casino)**
  • July 23 — Bossier City, LA (Horseshoe Casino)**
  • July 29 — Paso Robles, CA (California Mid-State Fair, Chumash Grandstand Arena)
     
  • Aug. 16 — Bowling Green, KY (Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center)**
  • Aug. 18 — Asheville, NC (Thomas Wolfe Auditorium)**
  • Aug. 19 — Raleigh, NC (Duke Energy Center)**
  • Aug. 20 — Roanoke, VA (Elmwood Park)**
  • Aug. 22 — Newport News, VA (Ferguson Center)**
  • Aug. 23 — Baltimore, MD (Hippodrome Theatre)**
  • Aug. 25 — Pittsburgh, PA (Benedum Center)**
  • Aug. 27 — Atlantic City, NJ (Caesar's Atlantic City)**
  • Aug. 28 — Gilford, NH (Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion)**
  • Aug. 29 — Syracuse, NY (Great New York State Fair, Chevy Court)
     
  • Sept. 1 — Randers, Denmark (Vaerket)**
  • Sept. 3 — Brighton, England, UK (Together the People)**
  • Sept. 4 — Southend-on-Sea, England, UK (Cliffs Pavilion)**
  • Sept. 6 — Reykjavík, Iceland (Harpa Concert Hall, Eldborg)
  • Sept. 9 — Atlanta, GA (Fox Theatre)**
  • Sept. 10 — St. Augustine, FL (St. Augustine Amphitheatre)**
  • Sept. 11 — Sarasota, FL (Van Wezel Performance Arts Hall)**
  • Sept. 13 — St Petersburg, FL (Mahaffey Theatre)**
  • Sept. 14 — Hollywood, FL (Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino)**
  • Sept. 16-17 — Nashville, TN (Ryman Auditorium)**
  • Sept. 19 — Charlotte, NC (Blumenthal PAC)**
  • Sept. 20 — Washington, DC (The Music Center at Strathmore)**
  • Sept. 21 — Red Bank, NJ (Count Basie Theatre)**
  • Sept. 23 — Upper Darby, PA (Tower Theater)**
  • Sept. 24 — New York, NY (Beacon Theatre)**
  • Sept. 25 — Easton, PA (State Theatre)**
  • Sept. 27 — Wallingford, CT (Toyota Presents at Oakdale)**
  • Sept. 28 — Buffalo, NY (SUNY, Univ. at Buffalo, Center for the Arts)**
  • Sept. 30 — Detroit, MI (Fox Theatre)**
     
  • Oct. 2 — Minneapolis, MN (Orpheum Theatre)**
  • Oct. 4 — Denver, CO (Paramount Theatre)**
  • Oct. 5 — Salt Lake City, UT (Abravanel Hall)**
  • Oct. 7 — Portland, OR (Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall)**
  • Oct. 8 — Seattle, WA (Paramount Theatre)**
  • Oct. 10 — Arcata, CA (Humboldt State University, Van Duzer Theatre)**
  • Oct. 12-13 — San Francisco, CA (The Masonic)**
  • Oct. 14 — Stateline, NV (Harrah's Lake Tahoe)**
  • Oct. 15 — Sacramento, CA (Sacramento Community Center Theater)**

 

 
 

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.