Herbie Hancock Drops Fall 2024 Tour Dates

April 3, 2024
Herbie Hancock Drops Fall 2024 Tour Dates

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Jazz legend Herbie Hancock has dropped a new slate of dates, which will take him on the road in the early fall. The impending run of concert appearances will occur throughout the U.S.’s Southern region and up the East Coast. Along the way, the headliner and his unannounced group of instrumental accompaniment will perform 12 concerts, leading up to a tour closer at the esteemed Massey Hall in Toronto on Oct. 1. 

Hancock and company’s newly dropped schedule begins on Sept. 13 with the first of three Sunshine State appearances, which will roll out nightly with ensuing into Sept. 14 and 15. From there, the billed act moves onto Auburn, Ala., for a Sept. 17 follow-up at a TBA venue. Descending into the South, the tour will take the notable member of the Miles Davis Quintet to Nashville, Tenn., for an evening at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. 

From Music City, Hancock’s next live show arrives at the Wilson Center in Wilmington, N.C., on Sept. 21, with Sept. 22 presenting another gig, which time in Norfolk, Va. Another pair of North Carolina concerts prelude East Coast dates, following up shows in Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, conjuring in Newark, N.J., before the Toronto finale. 

News of Hancock’s September 2024 tour arrives after the announcement that the artist will pay tribute to 50 years of Head Hunters on Wednesday, August 14, at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Adding to the intrigue, the event is billed to include a reunion lineup featuring Harvey Mason, Bennie Maupin, and Bill Summers, with Marcus Miller standing in for the late Paul Jackson.

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Herbie Hancock 2024 Fall Tour Dates:

Sept. 13 – Au-Rene Theater – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Sept. 14 – Dr. Philips Center for the Performing Arts – Orlando, Fla.

Sept. 15 – Duke Energy Center for the Arts – St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Sept. 17 – TBA – Auburn, Ala. 

Sept. 18 – Schermerhorn Symphony Center – Nashville, Tenn.

Sept. 21 – Wilson Center – Wilmington, N.C. 

Sept. 22 – Chrysler Hall – Norfolk, Va. 

Sept. 24 – Carolina Performing Arts Memorial Hall – Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Sept. 25 – Blumenthal Arts Center Belk Theater – Charlotte, N.C. 

Sept. 27 – Warner Theatre – Washington, D.C. 

Sept. 28 – The Lyric – Baltimore 

Sept. 29 – New Jersey Performing Arts Center Prudential Hall – Newark, N.J. 

Oct. 1 – Massey Hall – Toronto