Ringo Starr announces fall 2024 fall tour, Radio City concert. Get tickets

Ringo Starr announces fall 2024 fall tour, Radio City concert. Get tickets
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Over 60 years have passed since The Beatles’ historic Ed Sullivan Show performance in February 1964.

Still, at 83 years young, Sir Ringo Starr shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

In addition to releasing the four-song EP “Crooked Boy” on April 20, the former Beatle just announced a fall 2024 North American tour with his All Starr Band which includes Edgar Winter, Colin Hay from Men At Work and Toto singer Steve Lukather among others.

The eight-show jaunt wraps at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 25.

Prior to the tour, Starr and co. will put on a brief spring Las Vegas residency with a few West Coast gigs in California and Texas sprinkled in for good measure.

For fans that can’t wait to sing along with Starr to “Yellow Submarine,” “Octopus’s Garden,” “With A Little Help From My Friends” and so many timeless classic hits live, tickets for all shows can be yours as soon as today.

Although inventory for the newly announced tour dates aren’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, April 26, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets are officially on sale.

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Ringo Starr tickets 2024

A complete calendar including all U.S. and Canada tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets can be found below.

Ringo Starr tour dates
May 22 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, NV
May 24 at The Mountain Winery in Saratoga, CA
May 25 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, NV
May 26 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, NV
May 28 at the Yaamava Theatre in San Bernardino, CA
May 29 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, NV
May 31 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, NV
June 1 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, NV
June 8 at the Payne Arena in Hidalgo, TX
June 9 at The Moody Theater in Austin, TX
Sept. 12 at The Astro Amphitheater in Omaha, NE
Sept. 14 at the Performing Arts Pavillion at The Commons in New Lenox, IL
Sept. 15 at the Fraze Pavilion in Kettering, OH
Sept. 17 at The Anthem in Washington, D.C.
Sept. 18 at the Chevalier Theatre in Medford, MA
Sept. 20 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT
Sept. 22 at the Fallsview Casino Resort in Niagara Falls, ON, CA
Sept. 24 at the TD Pavilion at The Mann in Philadelphia, PA
Sept. 25 at the Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY

Ringo Starr set list

With way more than a half century’s worth of music under his belt, it’s likely not easy for Starr to compile a set list with such a large catalog.

In any event, here’s what he plays at most shows on the road these days, based on our findings at Set List FM.

01.) “Matchbox” (Carl Perkins cover)

02.) “It Don’t Come Easy” (Ringo Starr song)

03.) “What Goes On” (The Beatles cover)

04.) “Free Ride” (The Edgar Winter Group cover) (with Edgar Winter)

05.) “Rosanna” (Toto cover) (with Steve Lukather)

06.) “Pick Up the Pieces” (Average White Band cover) (with Hamish Stuart)

07.) “Down Under” (Men at Work cover) (with Colin Hay)

08.) “Boys” (The Shirelles cover)

09.) “I’m the Greatest” (Ringo Starr song)

10.) “Yellow Submarine” (The Beatles cover)

Set Without Ringo

11.) “Cut the Cake” (Average White Band cover) (with Hamish Stuart)

12.) “Frankenstein” (The Edgar Winter Group cover) (with Edgar Winter)

Ringo Returns

13.) “Octopus’s Garden” (The Beatles cover)

14.) “Back Off Boogaloo” (Ringo Starr song)

15.) “Overkill” (Men at Work cover) (with Colin Hay)

16.) “Africa” (Toto cover) (with Steve Lukather)

17.) “Work to Do” (The Isley Brothers cover) (with Hamish Stuart)

18.) “I Wanna Be Your Man” (The Beatles cover)

19.) “Johnny B. Goode” (Chuck Berry cover) (with Edgar Winter)

20.) “Who Can It Be Now?” (Men at Work cover) (with Colin Hay)

21.) “Hold the Line” (Toto cover) (with Steve Lukather)

22.) “Photograph” (Ringo Starr song)

23.) “Act Naturally” (Johnny Russell cover)

24.) “With a Little Help From My Friends” (The Beatles cover)

Ringo Starr new music

Even at his advanced age, Ringo is still doing the dang thing and putting in work.

In October 2022, the former Fab Four drummer dropped the four-song “EP3” with his All-Starr Band.

Composed of feel-good anthems and sing-a-longs, somehow the lad from Liverpool is still bringing the goods.

Ultimate Classic Rock called the short offering “genuine and infectious.”

You can listen to the four tracks here.

In 2023, he released three singles including a new version of “Let It Be” with Dolly Parton and Paul McCartney.

Next up, he’s putting out his “Crooked Boy” EP. The rock-y lead single “February Sky” shows Starr’s memorable voice sounds just as potent as it did back in his Beatles days.

Want to hear it all?

Click here to find Ringo’s complete discography.

All Starr Band members

Starr’s All Starrs are a veritable who’s who of classic rock legends.

Here’s who you can expect to see onstage with Ringo and the guys when you see them live this spring and summer.

Colin Hay might look and sound familiar. In addition to playing with Ringo, he also fronted the popular group Men At Work.

Edgar Winter is, yes, the Edgar Winter from the famous Edgar Winter Group. He’s most well known for singing and playing keyboards in his group.

Steve Lukather did a little bit of everything when he played with Toto. Most notably, he served as the “Hold The Line” group’s singer and guitarist.

Gregg Bissonette drums. He also gets around. You may have seen him and his kit onstage with Spinal Tap, The David Lee Roth Band or Electric Light Orchestra.

Hamish Stuart was the bassist for the Average White Band. He also played alongside the Paul McCartney Band.

Warren Ham has played multiple instruments for multiple iconic classic rock outfits including Kansas, Toto. He’s also jammed on tour with Donna Summer and Olivia Newton-John.

Classic rockers on tour in 2024

Many of the your favorites from yesteryear are back at it again this year.

Here are just six (!) of our favorite can’t-miss classic rock heroes you won’t want to miss live in the next few months.

• Rolling Stones

• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

• Neil Young

• Bob Dylan with Willie Nelson and Robert Plant

• Electric Light Orchestra

• Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues

Not enough nostalgia for you?

Check out our list of the 52 biggest classic rockers on tour in 2024 to find the show for you.

More From Matt Levy

This article was written by Matt Levy, New York Post live events reporter. Levy stays up-to-date on all the latest tour announcements for your favorite musical artists and comedians, as well as Broadway openings, sporting events and more live shows – and finds great ticket prices online. Since he started his tenure at the Post in 2022, Levy has reviewed Bruce Springsteen and interviewed Melissa Villaseñor of SNL fame, to name a few. Please note that deals can expire, and all prices are subject to change.