Kings of Leon Announce ‘Can We Please Have Fun’ 26-City North America Tour


Kings of Leon will hit the road this summer with a 26-city North American tour, with international dates to come.

The Followill-led band will kick off the “Can We Please Have Fun” tour Aug. 14 at Moody Center in Austin, Texas, taking in arenas and amphitheaters across the continent. Venues and markets include Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Kia Forum in Inglewood, Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Forest Hills Stadium in New York, The Anthem in Washington DC, and wraps Oct. 5 at Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The tour is produced by Live Nation.

Dates are promised to coinciding with the band’s festival appearance in June at BST Hyde Park in London.

Along with the tour announcement is the news of the band signing with Capitol Records, with the release of the band’s Can We Please Have Fun coming May 10.

General ticket onsale is Friday, March 1, with fans encouraged to sign up for a presale to begin Feb. 28. Registration for that presale ends Feb. 27.

The band last toured the U.S. in 2021, with 2022 and 2023 seeing dates in Australia and Europe along with some U.S. festival appearances.

Kings of Leon is managed by Full Stop.

Kings of Leon – 2024 US/Canada Tour Dates:

                              City                                            Venue
August 14                      Austin, TX                                  Moody Center
August 16                      Houston, TX                              Toyota Center
August 17                      Fort Worth, TX                           Dickies Arena
August 20                      Phoenix, AZ                               Arizona Financial Theatre
August 22                      Inglewood, CA                           Kia Forum
August 23                      Palm Springs, CA                       Acrisure Arena
August 25                      Berkeley, CA                              Greek Theatre*
August 26                      Santa Barbara, CA                     Santa Barbara Bowl*
August 28                      Portland, OR                              Moda Center
August 29                      Seattle, WA                               Climate Pledge Arena
August 31                      Vancouver, BC                           Rogers Arena
September 2                  Edmonton, AB                            Rogers Place
September 3                  Calgary, AB                               Scotiabank Saddledome
September 5                  Winnipeg, MB                            Canada Life Centre
September 13                Huntsville, AL                             Orion Amphitheater
September 14                Cincinnati, OH                            The Andrew J Brady Music Center
September 16                Boston, MA                                MGM Music Hall at Fenway
September 18                New York, NY                            Forest Hills Stadium
September 20                Washington, DC                         The Anthem
September 23                Philadelphia, PA                         TD Pavilion at The Mann
September 25                Atlanta, GA                                State Farm Arena
September 26                Nashville, TN                             Bridgestone Arena
September 28                Chicago, IL                      Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
October 1                       Toronto, ON                               Budweiser Stage
October 2                       Laval, QC                                  Place Bell
October 5                       Bridgeport, CT                           Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater