Today, two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Jeff Beck, announced a forthcoming U.S. fall tour. The run of shows is slated to begin on Sept. 23 in Del Valle, Texas; Beck will be joined on stage for his first six shows by his longtime friends and rock icons, ZZ Top.

After a late-September tour opener, the musician’s run will wrap on Nov. 12 in Reno, Nev., but not before Beck hits numerous hot spot venues, including Atlanta’s Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre, Chicago’s Chicago Theatre and Port Chester, N.Y.’s The Capitol Theatre.

Beck’s forthcoming run supports his latest album, 18, in collaboration with Johnny Depp, which debuted at #10 on both Billboard’s Top Albums and Top Current Albums. The tour will also explore his legendary career, taking fans through renditions of Beck classics, including “Brush with the Blues” and “A Day in the Life,” coupled with new material.  

After bonding over cars and guitars back in 2016, Beck and Depp quickly found themselves as kindred spirits. They agreed to create an album together and began in 2019 and worked for three years, sampling some of Depp’s originals and a mosaic of covers from numerous genres of music. “We were going to call the album ‘Kitchen Sink’ because we threw everything in it,” Beck shared in a press release. He continued, “The only game plan we had was to play songs we like and see where they took us.”

Purchase pre-sale tickets beginning tomorrow, August 16 10 a.m. local time, here, using the password: beck18

View the complete list of forthcoming tour stops below.

Jeff Beck U.S. Tour Dates”

Sept. 23 – Germania Insurance Amphitheater – Del Valle, Texas

Sept. 24 – Dos Equis Pavillion – Dallas

Sept. 25 – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – The Woodlands, Texas

Sept. 27 – First Bank Amphitheater – Franklin, Tenn.

Sept. 29 – Oak Mountain Amphitheater – Pelham, Ala.

Sept. 30 – The Wharf Amphitheater – Orange Beach, Ala.

Oct. 1 – Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre – Atlanta

Oct. 4 – The Anthem – Washington, D.C.

Oct. 6 – MGM Music Hall at Fenway Park – Boston, Mass.

Oct. 7-8 – Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, N.Y.

Oct. 10 – Count Basie Center for the Arts – Bed Bank, N.J

Oct. 13 – Ulster Performing Arts Center – Kingston, N.Y.

Oct. 14-15 – The Paramount – Huntington, N.Y.

Oct. 17 – Meridian Hall – Toronto

Oct. 19 – Brown County Music Center – Nashville, Ind.

Oct. 20 – The Andrew J Brady Music Center – Cincinnati

Oct. 22 – The Louisville Palace Theater- Louisville, Ky.

Oct. 23 – Chicago Theatre – Chicago 

Nov. 1 – Celebrity Theatre –  Phoenix

Nov. 2 – Pechanga Resort and Casino –  Temecula, Calif.

Nov. 4 – The Pearl Concert Theater – Las Vegas

Nov. 5 – Bank of America Performing Arts Center Thousand Oaks – Thousand Oaks, Calif.

Nov. 6 – Orpheum Theatre – Los Angeles

Nov. 8 – City National Grove of Anaheim – Anaheim, Calif

Nov. 9 – San Jose Civic – San Jose, Calif. 

Nov. 10 – Hard Rock Live – Sacramento, Calif. 

Nov. 12 – Grand Theatre, Grand Sierra Resort – Reno, Nev.