Eric Clapton has announced tour dates for 2024

Eric Clapton, the guitarist and singer, has announced his first 2024 tour dates, which will focus on the United Kingdom and Ireland. He plans to perform in Newcastle, Liverpool, Birmingham, Dublin, and London. Last May, he performed two nights at London’s Royal Albert Hall as part of a tribute event to the late Jeff Beck. Special visitors included Billy Gibbons, Johnny Depp, Ronnie Wood, Rod Stewart, and others. Clapton will be on the road in the United States and Canada next September before the 2024 gigs. He will make appearances in Pittsburgh, Toronto, St. Louis, St. Paul, Denver, and Los Angeles.
Eric Clapton 2023 and 2024 tour dates
September (2023)
8 – PPG Paints Arena – Pittsburgh, PA
10 – Scotiabank Arena – Toronto, Canada
12 – Enterprise Center – St Louis, MO
14 – Xcel Energy Center – Saint Paul, MN
16 – Ball Arena – Denver, CO
23 – Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival – Los Angeles, CA
24 – Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival – Los Angeles, CA
May (2024)
9 – Utilita Arena Newcastle – Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
11 – M&S Bank Arena Liverpool – Liverpool, United Kingdom
13 – Resorts World Arena – Birmingham, United Kingdom
16 – 3Arena – Dublin, Ireland
20 – Royal Albert Hall – London, United Kingdom
21 – Royal Albert Hall – London, United Kingdom
He recently recorded a cover of “Moon River” with the late Jeff Beck. “In January 2022, Eric and I recorded a version which was more of a ballad – and naturally the guitar and vocals were brilliant,” said longtime Clapton collaborator Simon Climie in an official statement about the song. Eric instructed me to email the track to Jeff once we were satisfied with it. It was a hit with Jeff. Soon after, in the spring of 2022, Jeff contributed his distinct guitar part. It threw us off our feet.” Following the death of Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton decided to pair this new version of “Moon River” with a new song, “How Could We Know,” featuring Judith Hill, Simon Climie, and Daniel Santiago for this special 7-inch vinyl edition. “Over the years, with the festivals and albums we’ve worked on, there have been many stunning collaborations,” Climie added.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *