Photo by Mike Colucci

Today Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band shared the updated and revised itinerary for their tour dates set for September, which now includes all 12 of the rescheduled dates they had to postpone after Edgar Winter and Steve Lukather tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday, June 7, during the second of three sold-out shows at New York’s Beacon Theater.

When the shows were canceled Starr shared a statement that read, “We were having so much fun playing again and it was disappointing to have to stop. But we were able to reschedule these shows and add them to our Fall tour – and so as the song goes – I’ll see you in September! Peace and love, Ringo.” 

The ensemble which is comprised of Starr along with Steve Lukather, Colin Hay, Warren Ham, Gregg Bissonette, Hamish Stuart and Edgar Winter will now kick their tour off at Tanglewood in Lenox, Mass. on Sept. 5. They’ll continue to traverse North America until their shows in Mexico City, Mexico on Oct. 20.

Additionally, on July 7 Starr will welcome friends and fans around the world to join him for his annual Peace and Love birthday celebration, where he invites everyone everywhere to say, post or even just think Peace and Love at Noon their local time. Starting in Australia, and New Zealand and ending in Hawaii, Starr hopes to wrap the Earth in a wave of peace and love. People are already organizing local events, and details and live streams from the gatherings will soon be available on Ringo’s Facebook page.  

Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band Tour Dates

Sept. 5/was June 17 Lenox MA – Tanglewood

Sept. 6/was June 14 Baltimore MD – The Lyric

Sept. 7/was June 15 Baltimore MD – The Lyric

Sept. 9/was June 11 Easton, PA – State Theater

Sept. 10/was June 18 Pittsburgh PA – PPG Arena

Sept. 11/was June 19 Philadelphia, PA – The Met

Sept. 15/was June 24 St Augustine, FL – The Amp

Sept. 16/was June 26 Clearwater FL– Ruth Eckerd Hall

Sept. 17/was June 25 Hollywood FL – Hard Rock

Sept. 19/was June 22 Atlanta, GA – Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

Sept. 20/was June 21 Richmond, VA – Virginia Credit Union Live

Sept. 22/was June 12 Providence, RI – PPAC

Sept. 23 Bridgeport, CT – Hartford Healthcare Amp

Sept. 24 Atlantic City, NJ – Hard Rock Etess Arena

Sept. 26 Montreal, Quebec – Place Bell

Sept. 27 Kingston, Ontario – Leon’s Centre

Sept. 28 Toronto, Ontario – Massey Hall

Sept. 30 Mt Pleasant, MI – Soaring Eagle Casino

Oct. 1 New Buffalo, Mi – Four Winds Casino

Oct. 2 Prior Lake, MN – Mystic Lake Casino 

Oct. 4 Winnipeg, Manitoba – Canada Life Centre

Oct. 5 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Sasktel Centre

Oct. 6 Lethbridge, Alberta – Enmax Centre

Oct. 8 Abbotsford, BC – Abbotsford Centre

Oct. 9 Penticton, BC – South Okanagon Events Centre

Oct. 11 Seattle, WA – Benaroya Hall

Oct. 12 Portland, OR – Arlene Schnitzer Hall

Oct. 14 San Jose, CA – San Jose Civic Center

Oct. 15 Paso Robles, CA – Vina Robles Amp

Oct. 16 Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theater

Oct. 19 Mexico City, MX – Auditorio Nacional

Oct. 20 Mexico City, MX – Auditorio Nacional