Stone Temple Pilots Announce Fall 2021 Headlining Tour Dates


Stone Temple Pilots Announce Fall 2021 Headlining Tour Dates

American rock band Stone Temple Pilots recently announced their solo tour dates for fall 2021. The tour will begin October 9 in Chattanooga, Tennessee at the Tivoli Theater. Tickets for the tour went on sale on August 20, 2021.

The concerts will follow the band’s headlining tour with British rock band Bush, which was announced earlier this month. The first show of their headlining tour is scheduled for September 30 in Arizona at the Mesa Amphitheater. Other scheduled performances include two shows in Texas and Oklahoma and one show each in Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina and Mississippi. The co-title shows end October 17 in Oklahoma City at the Zoo Amphitheater.

The solo tour will begin October 18 in Wichita, Kansas at the Cotillion with special guest Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown. The tour is scheduled to end in early November 9 in Baltimore, Maryland at Ram’s Head Live; the special guest has yet to be announced. The tour will also include performances by musical artist Devora at some shows.

Overall, the solo tour is scheduled for three shows in New York, two shows in Pennsylvania, and one show each in Maryland, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Tennessee, Kansas, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Kentucky and Indiana.

Stone Temple Pilots Fall 2021 Solo Tour Dates:

10/9 – Chattanooga, Tennessee – Tivoli Theater
10/18 – Wichita, KS – The cotillion
10/20 – Cedar Rapids, IA – Club 5
10/22 – Green Bay, WI – The Epic Event Center
10/23 – East Moline, IL – The Rust Belt
10/26 – Covington, KY – Madison Theater
10/27 – Fort Wayne, IN – Piere Entertainment Center
10/29 – Waterloo, NY – The Vine @ Del Lago Resort & Casino
10/30 – Middletown, NY – Orange County Fair Speedway Arena
10/31 – Huntington, NY – The Paramount
11/2 – Hartford, CT – Webster Theater
11/3 – Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – XL Live
11/5 – Worcester, MA – The Palladium
11/6 – Atlantic City, NJ – Sound Waves @ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
7/11 – Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania – Penn’s Peak
9/11 – Baltimore, MD – Ram’s Head Live

Photo credit: Boston Lynn Schulz



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