The Smashing Pumpkins have announced a 2024 North American Tour, running from July to September. Intermixed with The Saviors Tour–a series of co-headline performances alongside Green Day, beginning on July 29 in Washington, D.C.–the alt-rock pioneers will plot a run of solo sets, opening with a July 31 engagement at The KEE To Bala in Bala, Ontario. Beyond its 21 Green Day dates, the group will make 10 additional headline stops before a final show at Las Vegas’ BleauLive Theater on Sept. 27. 

After an Ontario send-off, the group will head to Montreal, Quebec on Aug. 3 for the Osheaga Festival before heading into the states for a performance at Maine Savings Ampitheater in Bangor, Maine on Aug. 4. The groundbreaking ensemble will then trek through the Midwest with an evening at Kansas City, Mo.’s Starlight Theatre on Aug. 14 before dates in Illinois and Iowa. Eventually heading south, the group will make a pitstop at Simpsonville, S.C.’s CCNB Ampitheater at Heritage Park on Aug. 27 before a Sept. 10 Southaven, Miss. show at the BankPlus Ampitheater At Snowden Grove. The tour will wrap with three shows in the West, including the solo tour’s grand finale in Las Vegas.

PVRIS and The Glorious Sons will join The Smashing Pumpkins to support the North American run. Beyond shows in the U.S. and Canada, the group will embark on a European tour through June and July. Starting in Birmingham, United Kingdom on June 7, the ensemble will deliver 20 additional performances with stops in England, Ireland, France, Germany, Spain and more before a final set in Athens, Greece on July 16. Weezer, Interpol and Tom Morello have previously been announced as featured guest appearances for the European leg.

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The Smashing Pumpkins 2024 North American tour dates:
July 29 – Nationals Park – Washington, D.C.*
July 31 – Kee to Bala – Muskoka, Ontario
Aug. 1 – Rogers Centre – Toronto, Ontario*
Aug. 3 – Osheaga Festival – Montreal, Quebec
Aug. 4 – Maine Savings Bank Amphitheatre – Bangor, Maine
Aug. 5 – Citi Field – New York*
Aug. 7 – Fenway Park – Boston*
Aug. 9 – Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia*
Aug. 10 – HersheyPark Stadium – Hershey, Pa.*
Aug. 13 – Wrigley Field – Chicago*
Aug. 14 – Starlight Theatre – Kansas City, Mo.
Aug. 16 – Illinois State Fair – Springfield, Ill.
Aug. 17 – Target Field – Minneapolis*
Aug. 20– Vibrant Music Hall – Des Moines, Iowa
Aug. 21 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – St. Louis
Aug. 22 – Great American Ballpark – Cincinnati*
Aug. 24 – American Family Field – Milwaukee*
Aug. 27 – CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park – Simpsonville, S.C.
Aug. 28– Truist Park – Atlanta*
Aug. 30 – Geodis Park – Nashville, Tenn.*
Sept. 1 – PNC Park – Pittsburgh*
Sept. 4 – Comerica Park – Detroit*
Sept. 7 – Coors Field – Denver*
Sept. 10 – BankPlus Amphitheatre at Snowden Grove – Southaven, Miss.
Sept. 11 – Globe Life Field – Arlington, Texas*
Sept. 14 – SoFi Stadium – Los Angeles*
Sept. 18 – Chase Field – Phoenix*
Sept. 20 – Oracle Park – San Francisco*
Sept. 21 – Grand Sierra Resort – Reno, Nev.
Sept. 23 – T-Mobile Park – Seattle*
Sept. 24 – BECU Live at Northern Quest – Airway Heights, Wash.
Sept. 25 – Providence Park – Portland, Ore.*
Sept. 27– BleauLive Theater – Las Vegas 
Sept. 28 – Petco Park – San Diego*
*The Saviors Tour with Green Day