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Tickets for 2024 Shows Available Now!

Beck is scheduled to play eight shows. The 2024 dates are set to happen in six cities. Fans looking to attend can look at ticket options by selecting a show from the list below. For detailed information about each show, ticket availability, pricing, and other, please refer to the event schedule or FAQs below.

Fans can also read about Beck historical pricing for shows that have happened in the past. Use this information to understand what cities might be popular or what to expect for ticket prices for upcoming tour dates.

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Beck 2024 Tour Schedule

  • 23
    Beck with the Boston Pops
    Koussevitzky Music Shed at Tanglewood - Lenox, MA
  • 25
    Beck with Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra
    TD Pavilion at the Mann - Philadelphia, PA
  • 27
    Beck with the National Symphony Orchestra
    Filene Center at Wolf Trap - Vienna, VA
  • 29
    Beck with Orchestra of St. Lukes
    Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium - New York, NY
  • 30
    Beck with Orchestra of St Lukes
    Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium - New York, NY
  • 20
    Riot Fest - 3 Day Pass
    SeatGeek Stadium - Bridgeview, IL
  • 21
    Riot Fest - Saturday
    SeatGeek Stadium - Bridgeview, IL
  • 29
    South Star Festival - Sunday
    John Hunt Park - Huntsville, AL

Beck Tour FAQs

Who is Opening for Beck?

Beck has multiple acts opening up for the scheduled shows in 2024. Supporting acts include:

  • Boston Pops
  • Philadelphia Orchestra
  • National Symphony Orchestra

Opening acts can be on all or some of the dates. When looking at an events page, acts included in the lineup are listed under the information icon.

Where can I see Beck at a music festival?

Beck are slated to play in multiple festivals. Below is a list of festivals and the contries they are located.

  • 2024 - Riot Fest - Bridgeview - US
  • 2024 - South Star Festival - Huntsville - US

Other names on these lineups include: Blink 182, and Sublime

How Much are Cheap Beck Tickets?

For the shows in the US, the average low price to see Beck is $178. Ticket prices are always fluctuating and can vary from show to show.

The three cheapest events on the schedule are:

These prices reflect how much it is to get in the door. Fans should expect to pay more for better seats.

Beck Ticket Prices & Tour History


One of the most popular Beck shows of 2023 was Saturday August 5th at Concord Pavilion. Interest for that show peaked in the days leading up to the event and ticket prices declined during that time.

Across all Beck shows in 2023, interest was strongest right when the shows were announced and tickets went on sale. Meanwhile, ticket prices typically fell about 35 - 40% from the date a show was announced until the days leading up to the show.

Average Ticket Price for Most Popular Shows of 2023

  • August 5th - Concord Pavilion - $155
  • August 12th - Michelob ULTRA Arena - $110
  • September 9th - Madison Square Garden - $205
  • August 7th - Kia Forum - $150
  • August 21st - Dos Equis Pavilion - $160
  • August 9th - Pacific Amphitheatre - $140
  • August 18th - Walmart AMP
  • August 15th - Red Rocks Amphitheatre - $195
  • September 10th - Merriweather Post Pavilion - $145
Previous Beck Concerts

The Night Running Tour Takes Off

The Night Running Tour kicked off on Thursday night in Vancouver, WA just outside of Portland at Sunlight Supply Amphitheater. The bill featured co-headliners Beck and Cage the Elephant with special guests Spoon and Starcrawler.

The night and tour kicked off shortly after 6PM local time with American punk rock group Starcrawler. The relatively new group played for about 30 minutes in a head-banging rock set. For a group trying to make it, they made the most of their set. Fans were still lingering the concourse or finding their seats at this point of the night. This tour surely won't be a taking off point for the group, but they were able to fill the opener roll.

Special guest, Spoon, were up next and this is when the night of music seemed to take off. For a band that has been around since 1993, they know how to play all kinds of shows. For The Night Running tour it seems that they have time for about a 50 minute set. The entire set it filled with very entertaining and rythmic rock, perfect for setting the stage. Many fans started to stand as the songs became more recognizable. The first loud cheer of the night came during hit song "The Underdog". From that point on, it was full concert mode at Sunlight Supply Amphitheater.

Spoon Opening Night of The Night Running Tour
Spoon gets things kicked off at the opening night of the night running tour.

Cage the Elephant followed Spoon. "We want to have the greatest night of our lives with you", guitarist Brad Shultz said to the crowd before ripping into their new song "Broken Boy". Cage the Elephant is well known for their live performances and that is mostly due to fronman, Matt Shultz's, extreme energy. As if a demon was trapped in his body, Matt stormed the stage jerking left and right to the music. His outfit may have been a first in the music world, sporting football compression shorts, skin colored knee pads, a sports bra, and a long red robe. His entire performance seemed to scream "I am who I am", and the setlist reflected this as well. Eleven of the first three songs were from the last two studio albums "Tell Me I'm Pretty" and "Social Cues". To finish off the night, they played more radio hits "Come a Little Closer", "Shake Me Down", and "Cigarette Daydreams". Cage's night finished with fast paced "Teeth" as fire spewed up from the stage by drummer Jared Champion and guitarists Nick Bockrath and Matthan Minster.

Cage the Elephant
The crowd stands and dances during Cage the Elephant's set at Sunlight Supply Amphitheatre

To complete the night of action, Beck took the stage with his large band and big LED screen. To many's surprise, he lead with big hit "Loser". Even though this was a co-headlining set, it seemed as though a majority of the crowd was here for this moment as they stood yelling "Soy un perdedor". Beck is quite the change of pace from Matt Shultz with a much calmer and classic look. He took the stage dressed in stripped sportscoat and green dress shirt. Although his demeanor is calmer than his co-headlining friends he is not afraid to move around the stage. He frequently ditched the mic stand to strut his best dance moves, which are entertaining in their own way. The set featured hits of new and hits of old including "Up All Night", Que Onda Guero", "Devil's Haircut", "Wow", and many more. The party went to a next level for the last song of the night when the group played "Where It's At". During this finale, all stage lighting and lazers take over, confetti fell from the sky, and big metallic balloons bounced over the crowd. There was no encore.

Beck at Sunlight Supply
Beck's stage lights up Sunlight Supply Amphitheatre on night one of the Night Running Tour

The Night Running Tour seemed to have a successful first night and it lived up to the bill it was set out to be. Although it wasn't a sold out night, the crowd was energized and into the music. Tickets to see Beck and Cage the Elephant are available in most seating locations at all remaining dates.

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Cage the Elephant & Beck to Co-Headline in 2019

Tickets are now on sale for the Cage the Elephant and Beck co-headlining tour, The Night Running Tour. Cage the Elephant is excited to get back on the road following the success of their April 2019 release, Social Cues. This album topped the US Rock charts at number 2 and has featured four hit singles in "Ready to Let Go," "Goodbye," "Social Cues," and "Night Running." The latter, Night Running features Beck which seems to have prompted the two bands to combine their talents for this summer 2019 tour. Besides his feature on Night Running, Beck also brings an impressive discography including his recent album Colors and critically acclaimed projects Guero and Odelay.

The 2019 Night Running Tour will feature stops in 30 cities within the United States. This summer tour kicks off July 11 in Ridgefield, WA before culminating on August 30 in West Palm Beach, FL. Be sure to keep an eye on the weather because the majority of shows throughout this route take place at outdoor amphitheaters. Beck with Cage the Elephant are hitting some of the most legendary venues throughout this 2 month tour including The Gorge in Washington and Austin360 Amphitheater in Texas.

With this 2019 tour being labeled as "co-headlining" it is yet to be discovered how the show will be structured. In some instances, co-headlining features both bands on stage together at the same time, alternating between their respective discographies. Other times, the bands will simply switch who plays the headlining set night after night. Either way, one thing is for certain: Cage the Elephant & Beck are sure to wow audiences with their high-energy performance.

In addition to this already stacked line-up, Spoon is also joining the Night Running Tour as a special guest. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets fast because this type of deal is too good to pass up. The opportunity to see three legendary bands in Spoon, Cage the Elephant, and Beck is immensely rare. Additionally, with so many shows taking place at large venues, cheap tickets still exist. This is not a tour you want to miss!

To purchase tickets or to see the most up-to-date pricing information, click a show listed in The Night Running Tour Schedule.

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Recent Tours

Even though this is their first tour together, neither Cage the Elephant nor Beck are strangers to touring. Both have made their rounds in the festival circuit, playing multiple years at the likes of Warped Tour (r.i.p), Coachella, and Lollapalooza. Additionally, Beck and Cage the Elephant have embarked on solo and co-headlining tours in the past.

Front-man Matt Shultz of Cage the Elephant

Beck, having released his first major album "Mellow Gold" in 1994, has a much longer touring history than Cage the Elephant. Since Beck's first world tour in 1994, Beck has collaborated and toured with many artists in multiple different capacities. Recently, Beck embarked on two solo tours in both 2015 and 2016. During these two stints, Beck was joined by many different artists; everyone from Jenny Lewis to Future Islands. Then in 2017, Beck supported U2 through 9 shows on U2's Joshua Tree Tour. Finally, Beck toured north America in 2018 on the Colors Tour, in support of his 2017 album "Colors." These different examples just go to show that Beck is comfortable performing in numerous settings and is sure to bring a ton of energy as a co-headliner on The Night Running Tour.


On the other hand, Cage the Elephant hasn't ventured on too many solo tours but has tons of experience in support of other artist and at music festivals. In 2016/17, Cage hit multiple US and international music festivals. Everything from Outside Land and Boston Calling in the US to Lollapalooza Brazil and Reading Festival internationally. During this time frame they were riding the coattails of their critically acclaimed live album "Unpeeled." Unpeeled was recorded during their most recent tour in 2016 in which they were supported by the band Portugal the Man. Cage also toured in 2013 and 2015 following the releases of "Melophobia" and "Tell Me I'm Pretty" respectively. Cage the Elephant, like many bands, seem to follow each studio album with a 20-30 date tour. It then makes sense to see them beginning this "Night Runner Tour" the summer following their latest release, "Social Cues."

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Opening Acts and Set Times

Each night of The Night Running Tour will feature two bands before Cage the Elephant and Beck take the stage. You should expect the first band to play for about 30 minutes, Spoon to play for 45-50 minutes and each co-headliner to play for over an hour. 

On the first night of the tour, the set times were:

6:05 - Opener

6:45 - Spoon

8:00 - Cage the Elephant

9:40 - Beck

On every night of the tour, Beck and Cage the Elephant will have special guest Spoon. Spoon has had many popular songs over their career which began in 1993. Perhaps the most well known song is "The Underdog" which went mainstream in movies 17 Again, I Love You, Man, Horrible Bosses and T.V. shows How I Met Your Mother, and Numb3rs.

Prior to the start of The Night Running Tour, Spoon announced they will be releasing a Greatest Hits album which will come out July 26th while the band is on this tour. If you are going to a date after the release be sure to give it a listen to become more familiar with Beck and Cage the Elephant's special guest!

Also joining on the summer 2019 tour with Cage the Elephant, Beck, and Spoon will be Starcrawler, Wild Belle, and Sunflower Bean. Each opening act will be on select dates, so be sure to check who will be at the show you're attending!

Starcrawler: 7/11-7/23

Wild Belle: 7/26-8/4

Sunflower Bean 8/11-8/30

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