Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee John Mellencamp has announced a massive North American tour, dubbed Live and In Person 2023. The 76-stop run is set to kick off with a two-night stand in Bloomington, Ind., at Indiana University Auditorium on Feb. 5 and 6. 

After opening up his tour, Mellencamp will travel through the Southern region of the United States during the month of February, making stops in Charlotte, N.C., and Atlanta before arriving in Florida, where the “Jack & Diane” singer will perform eight shows, before making his way to the Lone Star State for four more gigs. 

From there, Mellencamp will embark on the Pacific Northwest leg of the tour, beginning at Portland, Ore.’s Keller Auditorium on March 11. Then, the musician will travel north to Vancouver, B.C., which will be followed by shows in Seattle before taking on the Golden State for a series of mid-March performances.

Next up, the 70-year-old rocker will arrive in Las Vegas for a two-night stand at Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas on March 24 and 25, before a return to the Midwest, for several stops throughout April and into May. In addition, the artist’s newly released itinerary includes a three-night stand at the mystic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn., on May 8 through 10. 

After traveling through the interior of the United States, Mellencamp will arrive on the East Coast for a portion of his final tour stops. Once there, he’ll take a stand in New York at the Beacon Theatre, before making his way to Toronto. Then, he’ll follow up with a return to the Midwest, where he’ll end the tour with two nights at Morris Performing Arts Center in South Bend, Ind., on June 24 and 25. 

Tickets for John Mellencamp’s forthcoming tour will go on sale to the general public beginning on Friday, Oct. 7 at 10 a.m. local time. For more information, visit the artist’s official website.

View the complete list of tour dates below.  

John Mellencamp’s Live and In Person 2023 Tour Dates: 

Feb. 5—Indiana University Auditorium—Bloomington, Ind.

Feb. 6— Indiana University Auditorium—Bloomington, Ind.

Feb. 8—Ovens Auditorium—Charlotte, N.C.

Feb. 10—Fox Theatre—Atlanta 

Feb. 11—Jacksonville Center for the Arts | Moran Theater—Jacksonville, Fla.

Feb. 13—Ruth Eckerd Hall—Clearwater, Fla.

Feb. 14—Ruth Eckerd Hall—Clearwater, Fla.

Feb. 15—Ruth Eckerd Hall—Clearwater, Fla.

Feb. 18—Walt Disney Theater at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts—Orlando, Fla.

Feb. 19—Walt Disney Theater at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts—Orlando, Fla.

Feb. 21—Broward Center for the Performing Arts—Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Feb. 22—Broward Center for the Performing Arts—Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Feb. 24—Saenger Theatre—New Orleans

Feb. 25—Smart Financial Centre—Sugar Land, Texas

Feb. 26—Majestic Theatre—San Antonio, Texas

Feb. 28—Bass Concert Hall—Austin, Texas

March 1—Texas Trust CU Theatre at Grand Prairie—Dallas, Texas

March 11—Keller Auditorium—Portland, Ore.

March 13—Orpheum—Vancouver, BC

March 14—Orpheum—Vancouver, BC

March 15—Paramount Theatre—Seattle, Wash.

March 17—Golden Gate Theatre—San Francisco, Calf.

March 18—Golden Gate Theatre—San Francisco, Calif.

March 19—Saroyan Theatre—Fresno, Calif.

March 21—SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center—Sacramento, Calif.

March 22—Dolby Theatre—Los Angeles

March 24—Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas—Las Vegas

March 25—Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas —Las Vegas

March 27—Ellie Caulkins Opera House—Denver

April 3—The Midland Theatre—Kansas City, Mo.

April 4—The Midland Theatre—Kansas City, Mo.

April 6—State Theatre—Minneapolis, Minn.

April 7—State Theatre—Minneapolis, Minn.

April 8—State Theatre—Minneapolis, Minn.

April 10—The Riverside Theater—Milwaukee, Wis.

April 11—The Riverside Theater—Milwaukee, Wis.

April 13—Chicago Theatre—Chicago

April 14—Chicago Theatre—Chicago

April 17—The Kentucky Center—Louisville, Ky.

April 18—The Kentucky Center—Louisville, Ky.

April 19—Peoria Civic Center Theater—Peoria, Ill.

April 21—Stifel Theatre—St. Louis

April 22—Stifel Theatre—St. Louis

April 24—Orpheum Theatre—Memphis, Tenn.

April 25—Orpheum Theatre—Memphis, Tenn.

May 5—Old National Events Plaza—Evansville, Ind.

May 6—Old National Events Plaza—Evansville, Ind.

May 8—Ryman Auditorium—Nashville, Tenn. 

May 9—Ryman Auditorium—Nashville, Tenn.

May 10—Ryman Auditorium—Nashville, Tenn.

May 12—Aronoff Center—Cincinnati, Ohio

May 13—Aronoff Center—Cincinnati, Ohio

May 15—Embassy Theatre—Ft. Wayne, Ind.

May 16—Embassy Theatre—Ft. Wayne, Ind.

May 17—Palace Theatre—Columbus, Ohio

May 19—Peace Center—Greenville, S.C.

May 20—DPAC —Durham, N.C.

May 22—Benedum Center—Pittsburgh

May 23—Benedum Center—Pittsburgh

May 25—Playhouse Square—Cleveland

May 26—Playhouse Square—Cleveland

June 2—The Lyric—Baltimore

June 3—Kimmel Cultural Campus—Philadelphia

June 5—Beacon Theatre—New York

June 6—Beacon Theatre—New York

June 7—Beacon Theatre—New York

June 10—Boch Center – Wang Theatre—Boston

June 11—Providence Performing Arts Center—Providence, R.I.

June 13—Palace Theatre—Albany, N.Y.

June 14—Landmark Theatre—Syracuse, N.Y.

June 16—Shea’s Performing Arts Center—Buffalo, N.Y.

June 17—Masonic Temple Theatre—Detroit, Mich.

June 19—Massey Hall—Toronto 

June 21—DeVos Performance Hall—Grand Rapids, Mich.

June 23—Morris Performing Arts Center—South Bend, Ind.

June 24—Morris Performing Arts Center—South Bend, Ind.