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Published: 2014/05/15

The Beach Boys Announce Extensive Tour

The Beach Boys will embark an extensive tour celebrating the 50th anniversary of their hit song “Fun, Fun, Fun” later this month. The only original member of the group that will be touring with the band is Mike Love, though longtime keyboardist/singer Bruce Johnston will be joining them on the road. Additionally, the band will teem up with original members Al Jardine and David Mark for a special gig at Jones Beach in Long Island, NY on July 5.

The Beach Boys will make their way to over 50 locations the United States and Europe over the course of the year. The tour will also feature singer/guitarist Jeffrey Foskett, who will be replacing Love’s son Christian in the band. Foskett was a touring member of The Beach Boys in the ’80s and has steadily worked with Brian Wilson since his comeback in the ’90s.

Ticketing information varies from show to show, but the band does plan to announce more American and international dates later this year.

The surviving classic members of The Beach Boys—Love, Jardine, Marks, Wilson, Johnston and Foskett—have not performed together since the band’s 2012 50th anniversary tour, which featured stops at Bonnaroo and The Hollywood Bowl. The group also released That’s Why God Made The Radio, their first album of original material in 20 years. Jardine, Marks and Foskett all toured with Wilson last year and even surprised fans with a complete performance of Pet Sounds at New York’s Beacon Theatre in October.

The Beach Boys 2014 Tour Dates

May 25 Louisville, KC—Belvedere Festival Park
June 6 Loveland, CO—Budweiser Events Center
June 7 Ft. Yates, ND—Prairie Knights Casino
June 8 Moorhead, MN—Bluestem Center
June 13 Richfield, UT—Sevier Valley Ctr. Area
June 14 Wendover, NV—Peppermill Casino
June 21 Laughlin, NV—Edgewater Casino
June 22 Arcadia, CA—LA Arboretum
June 24-25 Surrey, UK—Hampton Court
June 26 Derry, N. IRE—Ebrington Square
June 27 Zurich, CH—Kongresshaus
July 1 Rattvik, SE—Dalhia
July 5 Long Island, NY—Jones Beach
July 10 Huntsville, AL—Von Braun
July 12 Peachtree, GA—Frederick Brown Amphitheatre
July 17 Epson, UK—Downs Racecourse
July 18 Newmarket, UK—Racecourse
July 19 Newbury, UK—Racecourse
July 21 Madrid, ES—Festival
July 23 Marbella, ES—Starlite Festival
July 25 York, UK—Racecourse
July 26 Ocean Grove, NJ—The Great Auditorium
July 27 Selbyville, DE—Freeman Stage
July 28 Lancaster, PA—American Music Theater
July 29 Columbus, OH—Ohio State Fair
July 31 Ventura, CA—Ventura County Fair
August 1 Saratoga, CA—Mountain Winery
August 2 Reno, NV—Silver Legacy
August 6 Sioux Falls, ND—Sioux Empire Fair
August 9 Williams Bay, WI—Ferro Pavilion
August 10 Detroit, MI—Freedom Hill
August 12 Pomona, NY—Provident Bank Park
August 13 Aston, PA—Sun Center
August 14 Stamford, CT—Columbus Park
August 15 Hampton Beach, NH—HB Casino Ballroom
August 16 Newport, RI—Yacht Club
August 17 Webster, MA—Indian Ranch
August 21 Princeton, IL—Bureau County Fair
August 26 Chicago, IL—Ravinia
August 27 Livermore, CA—Wente Winery
August 28 Jacksonville, OR—Britt Pavilion
August 30 Snoqualmie, WA—Casino Amphitheater
September 1 Salem, OR—State Fair
September 7 Wooster, OH—Wayne County Fair
September 18 Paducah, KY—Carson Center
September 19 Belleville, IL—Town Square
September 20 Dubuque, IA—Diamond Jo Casino
October 3 Rancho Mirage, CA—Agua Caliente
October 4 Las Vegas, NV—Cannery
October 5 San Diego, CA—Humphrey’s
October 8 San Antonio, TX—Majestic Theatre
October 9 Houston, TX—Arena Theater
October 10-11 Biloxi, MS—Beau Rivage
November 21 Paris, FR—L’Olympia
November 22 Frederikshavn, DK—Denmark Arena Nord

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