Ringo Starr And His All Star Band Plot 2020 Tour
The legendary Sir Ringo Starr and his All Star Band have announced a 20-date tour through 2020.
The former Beatles drummer will kick-off the North American outing on May 29 and 30 in Rama, Ontario. From there, he’ll appear in Boston, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and Atlanta, making stops along the way at venues like New York City’s Beacon Theatre, the Providence Performing Arts Center, and Philadelphia’s Metropolitan Opera House before wrapping-up in Clearwater, Florida at the Ruth Eckerd Hall on June 28. The Avett Brothers will provide support on a number of dates.
What’s My Name, Starr’s 20th solo album, just dropped October 25 via UMe. It features the title track, as well as collaborations with Joe Walsh, Benmont Tench, and Richard Page, as well as a cover of John Lennon’s “Grow Old With Me” and a solo version of “Money (That’s What I Want),” which was previously recorded by the Beatles. The record follows 2017’s Give More Love and Postcards from Paradise in 2015.
Check out Starr’s full list of upcoming 2020 tour dates below.
May 29 — Rama, ON @ Casino Rama
May 30 — Rama, ON @ Casino Rama
June 2 — New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
June 3 — New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
June 5 — New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
June 9 — Bangor, ME @ Cross Insurance Center (with The Avett Brothers)
June 10 — Boston, MA @ Boch Center Wang Theatre (with The Avett Brothers)
June 11 — Gilford, NH @ Bank of NH Pavilion (with The Avett Brothers)
June 13 — Providence, RI @Providence Performing Arts Center
June 14 — Asbury Park, NJ @ Paramount Theatre
June 16 — Baltimore, MD @ Modell Lyric Theatre
June 17 — Baltimore, MD @ Modell Lyric Theatre
June 19 — Lenox, MA @ Tanglewood
June 20 — Pittsburgh, PA @ PPG Paints Arena
June 21 — Philadelphia, PA @ Metropolitan Opera House
June 23 — Altanta, GA @ Cobb Energy Centre
June 24 — Atlanta, GA @ Cobb Energy Centre
June 26 — St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre (with Edgar Winter)
June 27 — Hollywood, FL @ Hard Rock Casino
June 28 — Clearwater, FL @ Ruth Eckerd Hall (with Edgar Winter)