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Iconic Adam Ant Set To Tour The U.S.A. In 2024

Adam Ant is set to embark on a coast-to-coast tour in the new year. His ANTMUSIC 2024 dates kick off on March 21st in St. Louis, MO. The legendary English Beat will join him as support throughout the tour.

Photo Credit: Steven Scouller

Adam Ant’s journey traces back to the mid-seventies when he played bass with a band called Bazooka Joe, He went on to form The Ants after a life-changing experience seeing The Sex Pistols in concert. The Ants gained traction and their debut album Dirk Wears White Søx rose to the top of the independent charts. This initial success set the stage for their explosive breakthrough Kings of the Wild Frontier in 1980.

This charismatic frontman continued his ascent with hits like “Stand and Deliver” (1981) and “Prince Charming,” reaching number one on the charts. From there Adam seamlessly transitioned into a successful solo career. Most notably marked by the chart-topping “Friend or Foe” and the iconic “Goody Two Shoes.”

Adam Ant Returns To The Stage

After a hiatus, Adam Ant returned to the stage in 2007 with an acoustic show, followed a few years later by the milestone release of Adam Ant is the Blueblack Hussar in Marrying the Gunner’s Daughter in 2013. A testament to his enduring legacy, Adam received the Q Music Icon Award in 2008, alongside music legends like Paul McCartney and Bryan Ferry.

In recent years, Adam has delighted fans with nostalgic performances, including a rendition of “Dirk Wears White Søx” at the Hammersmith Apollo in 2014 and a successful ANTHEMS Tour in 2018. Despite the challenges posed by the global pandemic, Adam Ant bounced back with the ANTICS U.K. tour in the summer of 2022.

A true icon, Adam Ant’s magnetic stage presence and enduring appeal resonate with millions worldwide. As he gears up for the ANTMUSIC 2024 U.S. tour, fans can expect a tour de force performance from this legendary artist who continues to command attention wherever he goes.

Tour Dates

  • Mar 21 – St Louis, MO, The Pageant
  • Mar 22 – Kansas City, MO, Uptown Theater
  • Mar 23 – Minneapolis, MN, Uptown Theater Minneapolis
  • Mar 25 – Milwaukee, WI, The Pabst Theater
  • Mar 26 – Chicago, IL, Auditorium Theater
  • Mar 27 – Indianapolis, IN, Egyptian Room at Old National Center
  • Mar 29 – Detroit, MI, Masonic Temple Theater
  • Mar 30 – Akron, OH, Goodyear Theater
  • Apr 1 – Boston, MA, The Wilbur
  • Apr 2 – Derry, NH, Tupelo Music Hall
  • Apr 3 – New Brunswick, NJ–State Theatre New Jersey
  • Apr 5 – Patchogue, NY, The Patchogue Theater
  • Apr 6 – Mashantucket, CT, Foxwoods Resort Casino
  • Apr 7 – New York, NY, Palladium Times Square
  • Apr 9 – Glenside, PA, Keswick Theater
  • Apr 10 – Wash, DC, Warner Theater
  • Apr 12 – Durham, NC, DPAC
  • Apr 13 – Pelham, TN, The Caverns
  • Apr 14 – Atlanta. GA, The Eastern
  • Apr 16 – Dallas, TX, Majestic Theater
  • Apr 17 – San Antonio, TX, Charlene McCombs Empire Theater
  • Apr 19 – New Orleans, LA, The Fillmore
  • Apr 20 – Houston, TX, Bayou Music Center
  • Apr 21 – Austin, TX, ACL Live at the Moody Theater
  • Apr 23 – Oklahoma City, OK, Tower Theater
  • Apr 24 – Albuquerque, NM, Revel
  • Apr 26 – Las Vegas, NV, Event Lawn at Virgin Hotel Las Vegas
  • May 2 – Seattle, WA, Neptune Theater
  • May 3 – Salem, OR, -Elsinore Theater
  • May 5 – Salt Lake City, UT, Eccles Theater
  • May 6 – Denver, CO, Paramount Theater
  • May 8 – Colorado Springs, CO, Pikes Peak Center
  • May 10 – Phoenix, AZ, Celebrity Theater
  • May 11 – Pasadena, CA, Cruel World Festival

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