A Classics-Focused Tour Returns to Warner Bros.
Take a deep dive into hollywood's golden age as "classics made here" rolls again at the burbank studio., by alysia gray painter • published april 12, 2022 • updated on april 12, 2022 at 11:49 am.
If moxie is missing from your life, and your world feels a little light in both pluck and panache, taking some confident cues from the classics may be required.
For movies from the Golden Age of Hollywood often celebrated a certain sparkle, and gobs of get-up-and-go, and seeing a splashy star sashay across a glamorous set with oodles of oomph is not an unlikely occurrence.
Pluck, panache, and flicks that have gracefully weathered the decades are in the spotlight at Warner Bros. Studio, specifically those movies and movie stars that are featured in the Classics Made Here tour
The specialized outing puts the focus on some of the best-known films of yore, those timeless movies that were made around the studio's celebrated backlot and soundstages.
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So is this themed tour similar to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour, which also cruises around movie sets while giving cinema-loving visitors plenty of fun film facts?
It is, but while the famous Studio Tour covers modern-day works, Classics Made Here is all about the actors, directors, screenplays, and settings that captured the fancies of our grandparents' and parents' generations.
And our own, too, of course.
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If you count yourself as a "Casablanca" fan, or a maven of "My Fair Lady," you'll want to find your way to a tram, starting on April 28, 2022, when the tour returns to the studio after a hiatus.
Television is also included in the look-back look-around, which starts with the earliest days of the studio and concludes around the 1970s.
Traveling back in time to the starry era?
It takes around three hours. A visit to Stage 48: Script to Screen is part of the cinematic adventure, too, giving guests the chance to see a bevy of costumes worn by the biggest luminaries of the time, from Audrey Hepburn to Joan Crawford.
Stage 48 also has several interactive areas, a store, and the Central Perk Café (should you desire a pastry and pick-me-up after poking around the soundstages and backlots).
A SoCal resident ticket to the tour? It's $57, and other ticketing tiers are available.
So don your favorite tuxedo or glamor gown, if you're feeling dressy, and sashay, with confidence, over to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour site now to book your spot.
We may not be able to time-travel back to Old Hollywood, but its amazing artifacts and legendary locations still exist.
And ready to lead you those fabled places? A knowledgeable guide on the returning Classics Made Here tour.
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A visit to Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood and their ‘Classics Made Here’ tour
If you’re looking to take a studio tour while visiting Los Angeles, there are numerous options to choose from. Some of them are fairly basic tours of a movie studio, and on the opposite end of the spectrum is the Universal Studios Hollywood “World-Famous Studio Tour” which is more of a theme park attraction. But the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood is a nice blend of the two. You’ll get a lot of foot-on-the-ground access to the working studio lot, but there are also certain areas designed specifically for the tourist experience. And now, Warner Bros. Studios Tour Hollywood offers a specially guided tour for fans of Hollywood’s golden age, called “Classics Made Here.”
Full disclosure, one of my first jobs when I moved to Los Angeles was as a tour guide at Warner Bros. But a lot has changed since those days of mine, driving the extended golf cart full of tourists around the studio.
It begins in a gallery space where you’ll wait to hear your tour group announced for departure. In this room, you’ll see a large recreation of the iconic WB water tower and several soundstages with a map of the studio below your feet. It’s a very cool display, especially if you have some prior knowledge of the studio lot layout. Here you’ll find various galleries highlighting the history of Warner Bros. For those guests interested in the classics, you’ll want to spend extra time in the “Classics to Contemporary” section.
Once your group is called, you’re escorted into a movie theater where you’ll see a montage of Warner Bros. clips, getting you even more hyped for the tour. Although this is the same montage shown to the other tours offered, it still features some of the classics. It wouldn’t feel right having a WB montage without including “Casablanca.”
After the montage plays, several tour guides come into the theater introducing themselves to the various groups. The tour guides who give the “Classics Made Here” tour are specially trained. They are fans of the classics themselves and are able to share more knowledge of the classics. As we hop onto our golf carts to ride around the lot, this is the portion of the tour that differentiates itself most from the standard tour.
Our well-informed tour guide, Jorja, was sure to ask us at the top of the tour if we had any favorite classics. She asked this in order to make sure she was showing us what we wanted to see. So, if you’re going on a WB tour, don’t be shy when this question is asked. They all want to make sure you’re enjoying the tour, so speak up.
Each of the tour carts are equipped with several monitors that are able to show clips of the locations you’re visiting, seen in films and TV. Earlier, I mentioned how the montage in the movie theater was the same for all tour groups. In this case, the clips shown are specially made for the “Classics Made Here” tour, only featuring the classics and history of the studio lot.
For me, the magic of a studio lot has always been the backlot sets. In the Midwest backlot, movies including “The Music Man,” “East of Eden,” “Rebel Without a Cause,” “Bonnie & Clyde,” and so many more were all shot there. But these old backlot sets don’t still exist simply because of their history. They’re all still used today. In fact, while I was visiting the lot, they were setting up the space for a new shoot.
Perhaps the most iconic location on the “Classics Made Here” tour is the last remaining exterior set from “Casablanca.” On the backlot French Street, this façade has been used in countless projects. But it’s never changed too much in order to honor its place in cinematic history. French Street can also be seen in the classic WB film, “Now, Voyager” starring Bette Davis.
After visiting a couple of other backlots, including New York Street where classics like “The Big Sleep” and “The Maltese Falcon” were shot, we headed onto the front lot, which houses the soundstages. We went into soundstage 25, one of the few soundstages commemorated with a name and plaque. Stage 25 is called “The Big Bang Theory” stage, as all twelve seasons of the hit sitcom were shot inside. The stage is currently used for the show “Bob Hearts Abishola,” but that doesn’t mean it’s only used for current projects. On the sides of each soundstage there are plaques highlighting some of the projects that shot inside. Stage 25 was used for classics including “The Adventures of Robin Hood,” “Yankee Doodle Dandy,” “Casablanca,” “Giant,” and more.
On the front lot sits soundstage 16. This is the largest soundstage on the lot, and one of the largest in North America. The stage was raised from the bottom up for the film “Cain and Mabel,” adding onto its height. Another classic shot in here was the drag race sequence in “Rebel Without a Cause” starring James Dean.
After our exploration of the backlot and front lot, our tour guide dropped us off at “Stage 48: Script to Screen.” Fun fact, in reality there are less than 48 stages on the Warner Bros. main studio lot. Stage 48 was given this name, as the building that once sat on this land was numbered building 48.
This self-guided portion of the tour links you back up with all other tours. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t classic memorabilia to check out. Inside, you’ll find costumes and memorabilia from “Casablanca,” and “My Fair Lady,” plus the leading ladies and gangsters of yesteryear cinema. It’s also worth noting that guests will be able to visit the real sets of modern classics like hit TV shows “Friends” and “The Big Bang Theory” in Stage 48.
After touring Stage 48, learning about the script to screen process, grabbing a bite at a recreated Central Perk, and shopping in a one-of-a-kind “Friends” themed store, it’s back on the golf cart for a short trip.
On the way to the tour finale, we took a pit stop by the “Friends” fountain in order to snap a picture. The original location of this iconic fountain was down the street at the Warner Bros. Studio Ranch, but the public cannot gain access to that smaller lot. It was recently moved to the main lot in order for tour guests to enjoy it. For those interested in the classics tour, it’s fun to note that although this fountain was made famous by “Friends,” it was also used by The Three Stooges.
After that short pit stop, you’ll hop on another golf cart taking you to the “Action and Magic Made Here” self-guided finale. In here you’ll mostly find props, costumes, and photo opportunities featuring DC Comics and Harry Potter. But, for those classics fans, the last thing you’ll see before entering the gift shop are the airplane scene costumes from “Casablanca” and Professor Harold Hill’s suitcase from “The Music Man.” It’s a nice reminder that without the classics that made Warner Bros. the brand that it is today, there would be no modern classics.
Overall, if you’re looking for a studio tour with a great mix of real-life studio production and elements created especially for tourists, you can’t go wrong with any Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood option. If you’re a fan of classic cinema, the “Classics Made Here” tour is the one you’ll want to book. For those of you who want an even more expanded tour experience, they offer a Studio Tour Plus, as well as a Deluxe Tour. Learn about all of your tour options at www.wbstudiotour.com .
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A Comparison of Warner Brothers Studio Tours in LA
One of Los Angeles’ most popular attractions, the Warner Brothers Studio offers visitors the chance to glimpse behind the scenes of one of the oldest film studios in the world.
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Bringing you closer than ever to the glamorous world of movie-making, Warner Brothers tours invite you to explore one of the busiest working studios in LA. In the company of an expert guide, you’ll be treated to an inside look at the production studio that has been entertaining us for nearly a century. Here’s our comparison of some of the best Warner Brothers Studios tours currently on offer.
Warner Bros. Studio Hollywood Tour
The classic Warner Brothers Studio tour invites visitors to experience the thrills of a working Hollywood studio that has been responsible for some of the world’s most iconic feature films and TV shows. Whether it’s re-enacting a scene from Friends on the famous Central Perk set, exploring the evolution of high-tech Batmobiles, or climbing aboard Harry Potter’s broomstick, the tour offers a magical chance to step into cinematic and televisual backdrops that have gone down in entertainment legend. The tour lasts for 3 hours, 1 of which is guided. Skip-the-line tickets are also included. From $69 per person.
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Warner Bros Studio: The Golden Age of Hollywood Classic Tour
For those with a particular interest in Hollywood’s Golden Age, then this extended evening tour could be for you. Over 3.5 hours, a specially trained guide will help you retrace the footsteps of Hollywood’s Greats, with a focus on the period spanning 1900 to the early 1970s and the iconic movies and generational actors who defined this era, from Humphrey Bogart and Audrey Hepburn to Ingrid Bergman and Joan Crawford. Highlights include an exhibition of original costumes from famous movies. This tour also includes skip-the-line tickets. From $69 per person.
Los Angeles Landmarks & Film Studio Tour
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Hollywood’s illustrious history is not just condensed into the Warner Brothers Studio – it’s all around you. This 2.5-hour tour lets you explore some of the locations that form part of this distinguished heritage, including a stop-off at the studio itself. Departing mid-morning, you’ll visit notable landmarks and attractions including Hollywood Hills, the Hollywood Reservoir, and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. You’ll also hike to the famous Hollywood sign for obligatory photos, as well as visit the vast green expanse of Griffith Park, the Forest Lawn Memorial Park, and the San Fernando Valley for your final stop before returning to the city centre. From $106 per person.
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Three of the biggest sports broadcasters are uniting to create a super-platform that will house their sports assets under a single streaming roof, a seismic and once-unthinkable move as the industry rapidly transitions away from linear television to streaming services.
Disney’s ESPN , Fox Corporation, and Warner Bros. Discovery (CNN’s parent company) announced Tuesday that they will launch the new service in the fall.
The service, which each company will own one-third of, will offer consumers access to a host of sporting events, including NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, and FIFA World Cup games. It will also feature NASCAR races, UFC matches, and PGA Tour Golf tournaments.
The companies did not specify how much a subscription to the forthcoming sports platform will cost or what it will be named. Additional information is expected to be announced closer to launch.
An ESPN spokesperson said that the company plans on launching its own robust direct-to-consumer service. And Warner Bros. Discovery has put its sports offerings on its own platform, Max.
Shares in Warner Bros. Discovery and Fox Corp. were up slightly in after-hours trading following the news. Disney, which reports earnings on Wednesday, saw its stock down about 1%.
The three media companies celebrated the tentative deal to launch the service as a major moment for the industry.
Legacy media companies have been working for years to transition away from relying on the traditional cable bundle and toward profitable streaming services as millions of consumers cut the cord each year, a migration prompted by the rapid rise of Netflix .
After pouring billions of dollars into their own streaming services to compete with Netflix, the leaders of several major media companies — including Bob Iger, chief executive of ESPN-parent Disney, and David Zaslav, chief executive of Warner Bros. Discovery — have recently signaled to consumers to expect more bundling.
The executives are banking on the prospect that by teaming up they can together take on Netflix and major technology companies, such as Amazon and Apple, that have far deeper pockets.
Iger called “the launch of this new streaming sports service” an “important step forward for the media business.” Zaslav said the partnership “exemplifies our ability as an industry to drive innovation.” And Lachlan Murdoch, chief executive of Fox Corporation, said he believed the streamer “will provide passionate fans outside of the traditional bundle an array of amazing sports content.”
Making sports available via a direct-to-consumer product is likely to accelerate the decline of the cable subscription business, given that such live events have long been a pillar of consumer demand holding together the traditional bundle.
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Discussions about the creation of the sports streaming service, which will have an independent management team, began among the executives involved roughly six months ago.
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2024 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am leaderboard: Wyndham Clark nets third PGA Tour win in weather-shortened event
The pebble beach pro-am was concluded after 54 holes due to severe weather in california.
Wyndham Clark birdied the 18th hole at Pebble Beach on Saturday thinking it was just for the course record of 60 during the third round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. As it turns out, it was for a lot more than that. Following a postponement for inclement weather, the final round of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am was canceled Sunday night with more bad weather expected to hit the Monterey area on Monday. Clark, who led Ludvig Åberg by one shot and Matthieu Pavon by two, was declared the champion.
It is the first time since 2016 that a PGA Tour event was shortened to 54 holes. At the 2016 Zurich Classic, Brian Stuard took home a playoff over Jamie Lovemark and Ben An after the event was called after 54 holes. There will be no playoff this time around because of Clark's late birdie for the 60 on Saturday.
"The storm affecting the Monterey Peninsula throughout the day Sunday is forecast to continue into the early hours of Monday with very strong winds. Although conditions are forecast to improve through the morning Monday, after consultation with Monterey County emergency authorities, who have implemented a shelter in place order until early tomorrow morning for the greater Pebble Beach community, and out of an abundance of caution for the safety of all constituents, there will be no play on Monday," the PGA Tour said in a statement . "Therefore, in accordance with the PGA Tour regulations the tournament results will be final through the conclusion of 54 holes."
The win is the third of Clark's PGA Tour career, and they have all been massive. He won last year's Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow and followed it with the U.S. Open at Los Angeles Country Club in June over Rory McIlroy. Now, he takes the second signature event of the year (and the first with a full field of 80 players) and the $3.6 million winner's share of the $20 million purse .
His 60 on Saturday happened with a bogey. He shot 28 on the front and birdied the first two holes on the back nine before a bogey at the par-3 12th hole. Two more birdies followed, and then he closed with another birdie at the last. An eagle there would have given him the first 59 on the PGA Tour since Scottie Scheffler did it at the 2020 Northern Trust.
"Honestly, I think anyone that has ever shot 59 or gets into that kind of zone, you don't really think about score, you're just so focused on the next shot," said Clark after the round. "I really didn't think about it until I got to 18 tee box and when I did, I thought 'Oh, my gosh, it would have been really nice to have one of those last two because then I only have to birdie 18.' Once I hit the fairway on 18 I knew I was going to have a chance to hopefully try to shoot that special number. I gave it my best shot. Unfortunately, I left some putts short. I'm super happy with my round. Anytime you shoot 12 under anywhere you've got to be happy."
Clark's 60 was three shots better than anyone else in the field on Saturday in the third round and five better than everybody except for Jason Day, who shot 63. Mark Hubbard shot 65. Nobody else shot better than 66. It was by far the best round of the event at either Pebble Beach or Spyglass Hill during the three rounds that were played.
Though this is the third time in the last six years the Pebble Beach Pro-Am has not ended on a Sunday -- it ended on Monday in 2019 and 2023 -- this is the first time since 2009 that the final round has been washed out altogether. In 2009, Dustin Johnson beat Mike Weir by four strokes for the first victory of his career.
Final round postponed until Monday
The inevitable came to fruition several hours after players were originally scheduled to tee off at Pebble Beach. Heavy rain and winds have forced the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am to Monday. Players will begin teeing off at just before 11 a.m. ET tomorrow.
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The possibility of the final round being moved to Monday is growing by the hour.
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The inclement weather that was expected to cause problems for the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has arrived. Tee times won't begin until at least 1 p.m. ET. As a reminder: If today is a wash due to rain and gusty winds, then the final round will be played Monday. If more than half the field completes its final round on Monday, players will come back Tuesday to finish whatever needs to be completed. If half the field does not finish the final round Monday, the event will be shortened to 54 holes.
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Five past major champions, including John Daly, are among the latest collection of golfers to join the field for this year’s Chubb Classic, set for Feb. 16-18 at Tiburón Golf Club in Naples.
Daly, the 1991 PGA Championship and 1995 Open Championship winner will make his first appearance at the Chubb since 2020. The perennial fan favorite recorded a hole-in-one at the 2018 tournament en route to an eighth-place finish, his best showing at the Chubb.
Also announced Wednesday as tournament commits: Ernie Els, David Toms, Mike Weir, Steven Alker, and Stephen Ames.
Els, a two-time U.S Open (1994, 1997) and Open Championship (2002, 2012) winner and a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, has more than 75 professional victories worldwide during his illustrious career. He finished tied for 10th place at the 2023 Chubb Classic.
Toms, the 2001 PGA champion and 2018 U.S. Senior Open champion, finished tied for sixth place at the last year’s Chubb. Including the U.S. Senior Open, Toms has four PGA Tour Champions victories, including two in 2023.
Weir, the 2003 Masters champion, will be the first Canadian to captain the International Team at the 2024 Presidents Cup, which will take place at Royal Montreal Golf Club in Montreal, Quebec.
Alker, the 2022 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship winner, 2022 Charles Schwab Cup winner, and 2023 Charles Schwab Cup runner-up, also has two consecutive Champions victories: last year’s Schwab Cup Championship and this year’s season-opening event, the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai.
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Ames, the 2006 Players Championship winner, is a six-time Champions winner, including four victories in 2023.
They join a group that features World Golf Hall-of-Famers Davis Love III, Colin Montgomerie and 2024 inductee Padraig Harrington as well as former World No. 1 ranked players and major champions David Duval and Tom Lehman.
Reigning champ Bernhard Langer will not have a chance to defend his title as he recently tore his Achilles.
Past Chubb champions Steve Stricker (2021), Miguel Angel Jimenez (2019), Joe Durant (2018), Lee Janzen (2015) and Kirk Triplett (2014) have also committed to play in the event. One former winner who won’t be competing is two-time defending champion Bernard Langer. The winningest golfer in Champions history tore his Achilles tendon in a training exercise last week and will be unable to pursue his sixth Chubb Classic title.
The final members of the tournament field will be announced at 5 p.m. Friday. A total of 78 players will compete in the 54-hole championship for a share of the $1.8 million purse. All three rounds will be shown live on the Golf Channel.
Tickets are now on sale for the 2024 Chubb Classic, including exclusive hospitality and general admission. All 2024 tournament tickets will be completely digital and will be emailed after purchase. E-tickets can be viewed on either a mobile device or printed out to be scanned at the main gate.
Now in its 37th year, the Chubb Classic is the longest-running Champions Tour event in the same metropolitan area, getting its start in Southwest Florida at The Club Pelican Bay in 1988 and has been at Tiburón since 2021.
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Disney gets the film ‘in its entirety for the first time’ thanks to the inclusion of five more bonus tracks that weren’t part of the theatrical or vod releases..
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Disney has won the streaming competition for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour film. This afternoon the company announced that Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) will be available exclusively on the service starting March 15th.
This is being billed as “the concert film in its entirety for the first time,” since this version will include “Cardigan” and four additional acoustic songs that weren’t part of the theatrical film or the video-on-demand rental , which itself tacked on several bonus tracks.
The Eras Tour film grossed over $260 million worldwide at the box office, enough to make it the top-selling concert film of all time. It was released for digital rental in December, and now is finally making the move to a streaming platform. It’s been available in 4K resolution on the small screen, though disappointingly The Eras Tour lacks HDR presentation — at least for now. So far, no physical media version of the film has been announced. Sorry, 4K Blu-ray fans.
On Sunday night, Taylor Swift announced her latest album, The Tortured Poets Department , which will be released in April. That could add yet another “era” to upcoming international legs of the tour, which became a cultural sensation in the United States that frequently saw fans live stream entire performances of the sold out stadium shows. If you came up short trying to get tickets for the real thing , at least you’ll soon be able to watch it as part of a Disney Plus subscription.
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Incubus to Perform Their Classic Album “Morning View” in Its Entirety on 2024 Arena Tour
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Incubus is setting out on a special tour to celebrate the legacy of their hit album Morning View .
The legendary alternative band announced on Tuesday that they’ll be playing 10 arena shows across North America in 2024 in honor of their re-recording of their 2001 album Morning View . On the tour, the rock group will play their fourth studio album in full, as well as other hits from throughout their career.
The group currently featuring frontman Brandon Boyd, guitarist Mike Einziger, drummer José Pasillas, keys player Chris Kilmore and bassist Nicole Row will kick off their 10-date run in late August and play through mid-September.
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Fans can expect to see the "Drive” band in Detroit, Rosemont, Illinois, Philadelphia, New York City, Boston, Tampa, Irving, Texas, Austin, Denver and San Francisco.
Throughout the tour, the hitmakers will be joined by progressive rock group Coheed and Cambria .
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The rockers are hitting the road following the announcement made in October 2023 that they’ll be re-recording and re-releasing their beloved album Morning View this year as Morning View XXIII , due out May 10 via Virgin Music Group. The original project featured popular singles such as "Wish You Were Here" and "Nice to Know You" and went on to be RIAA certified double platinum.
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Boyd, 47, shared a statement about the upcoming project and tour in a press release. He said, “Roughly 23 years ago we rented a house at the sea to do an art experiment. The novel and expansive environment combined with a healthy dose of momentum helped us find that ever sought after FLOW state and the songs that became known as Morning View have since become indelible and deeply important parts of our lives.”
The musician continued, “This album helped propel our little art experiment called ‘Incubus’ into a way of life and here we are today, some 23 years later, about to introduce a new/next phase of it’s existence. Morning View XXIII is a re-recording/re-think of the 2001 album and is the result of our desire to honor this burgeoning legacy but also reimagine it as musicians who have been lovingly performing these songs night after night for the last 23 years. See you on the road soon!”
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On Incubus’ Instagram Story , the group also shared a statement , explaining that they got the idea to play Morning View from front to back on tour following their Hollywood Bowl concert in October of last year. “... it became an obvious next step for us to take this show on the road, so to speak. So in late summer of ‘24 Incubus will be coming to an arena near you to share that love,” they wrote.
The Make Yourself band also explained in the post that longtime bassist Ben Kenney “decided to step away from Incubus.” They wrote, “We are saddened at this departure but honor his decision and we are so grateful that we had the opportunity to make music with such a talented and generalist artist for two decades.”
Row, who toured with Incubus in 2023, will replace him going forward, the musicians explained. “We are thrilled for you to hear her contributions to Morning View XXIII and witness her energy on stage,” Incubus added.
Tickets for Incubus’ 2024 North American tour will kick off with a presale for Citi cardholders that is running now until Thursday at 10 p.m. Additional advanced ticket sales are scheduled to run throughout the week, and then the general on-sale will begin on Friday at 10 a.m. local time on LiveNation.com .
See the full list of 2024 Incubus tour dates below.
Fri Aug 23 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena
Sat Aug 24 – Rosemont, IL – Allstate Arena
Tue Aug 27 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
Thu Aug 29 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
Sat Aug 31 – Boston, MA – TD Garden
Tue Sep 03 – Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena
Fri Sep 06 – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Sat Sep 07 – Austin, TX – Moody Center ATX
Mon Sep 09 – Denver, CO – Ball Arena
Thu Sep 12 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center
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