Twenty matchbox Excited to tour in 2020, their first national shows since 2017.
Then, due to the pandemic, the group was postponed and planned to tour in 2021.
Of course, they were canceled in 2021.
Unfortunately, they had to push back another year after also canceling their 2022 tour.
Now, with summer 2023 just a few months away, Rob Thomas et al. finally approaching start the long-awaited tour.
Better yet, the show audiences will get in 2023 will likely be a lot different than the one the band will be touring in 2020.
That’s because the group recently confirmed Instagram They will release their sixth studio album in tandem with the upcoming shows.
Not a bad way to start such a highly anticipated tour.
So if you want to hear ‘3 AM’, ‘Push’, ‘Look How Far We’ve Come’ and all their other hits, maybe Rob Thomas’ ‘Smooth’ and the band’s new album, here it is everything you need to know.
Matchbox Twenty 2023 Tour Schedule
From May 16 to August 6, there’s Matchbox Twenty 51 big concerts They performed in amphitheatres and arenas in North America.
A few of their top picks include stops The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles (May 22), Phoenix’s Ak-Chin Pavilion (May 31), Denver’s ball arena (June 6), Holmdel, PNC Bank Center for the Arts of NJ (July 16) and Wantagh, NY Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater (July 18).
Run ends on the clock Hollywood Casino Amphitheater Tinley Park, IL.
Complete calendar including all tour dates, venues, showtimes and purchase links you can find tickets here.
Matchbox twenty opening act
It’s not 100% confirmed, but ’90s legends The Wallflowers may be opening for Matchbox Twenty on tour. They were originally supposed to serve as a support group in 2020.
Led by Jacob Dylan, the group is known for their hits “One Headlight”, “6th Avenue Heartache” and “Three Marlenas”.
If you want to check out their latest releases, check out their 2021 album Exit Wounds.
Pitchfork He said the album was “full of highway ballads and Saturday afternoon rockers … (they sound) like the classic rock band they’ve always dreamed of being.”
Big rock tours in 2023
Matchbox Twenty will be joined by a number of rock legends on the road next year.
Here are five of our favorites that can’t be missed when they come to a city near you.
• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band