Counting Crows ‘Banshee Season’ 2023 tour: How to get tickets
.It’s time to reconnect with Mr. Jones.
’90s icons Counting Crows are returning to the road from June through September to play amphitheaters, casinos, stadiums, parks and pavilions all over the U.S. with special guest Dashboard Confessional on their 54-concert ‘Banshee Season Tour.’
Along the way, the “Accidentally In Love” rockers will slide into New York and New Jersey for seven huge shows.
First, they’ll play Syracuse’s St. Josephs Health Amphitheater at Lakeview on July 1.
After that, Adam Duritz and co. hit Canandaigua, NY’s Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center on July 2, Saratoga Springs’ Saratoga Performing Arts Center on July 5, Holmdel, NJ’s PNC Bank Arts Center on July 6, Wantagh, NY’s Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater on July 8, Bethel, NY’s Bethel Woods Center for the Arts on July 9 and Atlantic City, NJ’s Borgata Event Center on July 22.
Most importantly though, tickets are relatively affordable to catch the alt-rockers live this summer.
At the time of publication, we found some going for as low as $35 before fees on Vivid Seats.
So, if you want to hear “A Long December,” “Hanginaround” and “Big Yellow Taxi” live this summer, here’s everything you need to know.
Counting Crows 2023 tour schedule
The Crows count 54 huge gigs on their summer trek.
On June 13, the tour gets underway at Omaha, NE’s Steelhouse.
Notable stops for the Crows with Dashboard Confessional after that include Milwaukee (June 21), Boston (July 15), Charlotte (Aug. 1), New Orleans (Aug. 18) and Phoenix (Aug. 31).
After all is said and done, the co-headliners will close up shop at Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheater on Sept. 25.
A complete calendar including all ‘Banshee Season Tour’ dates, venues, show start times and links to buy tickets can be found here.
Chris Carrabba’s band helped define the early ’00s emo rock sound.
Their smash singles “Vindicated” and “Hands Down” blur the line of arena rock and intimacy creating something universal, personal and uniquely “emo” in the process.
Most recently, the band released the 2022 album “All The Truth That I Can Tell” which is a bit of a departure from their earlier output — it’s a bit softer but no less powerful.
You can listen to the vulnerable 11-track record here.
’90s rockers on tour in 2023
Some things never change. “The Simpsons” is still on the air and many of the biggest stars from the Clinton era are touring all over North America this year.
It’s like 1996 all over again.
Here are just five of our favorite ’90s rockers on tour this year you won’t want to miss when they come to a city near you.
• Dave Matthews Band
• Third Eye Blind
• Goo Goo Dolls
• They Might Be Giants
Want to turn back time a bit? Check out our list of the 107 biggest ’80s stars on tour in 2023 here.