5 Seconds of Summer Announce World Tour Following Live Album Release


Multi-platinum pop-rock band 5 Seconds of Summer has just announced a world tour for later this year entitled ‘The 5 Seconds of Summer Show.’ Beginning in August, the tour will include 5 South American dates, 20 North American dates, and 15 European dates. The tour wraps up in October with a performance at the When We Were Young Festival in Las Vegas.

This world tour will follow the release of their live album The Feeling of Falling Upwards – Live from the Royal Albert Hall, available digitally on April 14th and in physical form on July 14th. The album, taken from the band’s 2022 performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, includes a variety of tracks from their 11-year-long career. This one-of-a-kind performance featured several reimagined tracks along with choir and string orchestra accompaniment.

The Feeling of Falling Upwards’ is simply supposed to describe to you the feeling that we have experienced together, the feeling of taking a leap of faith on such a fickle thing like music. And sharing this experience together year after year, season after season of our lives,” says Ashton Irwin, drummer and vocalist for 5SOS.

The new live album is available for pre-order here and you can find more information about the world tour dates here.

South America
July Argentina TBA
Brazil TBA
Chile TBA
Colombia TBA
Aug Perú TBA

North America
8/10  Uncasville, CT             Mohegan Sun Arena
8/12  Boston, MA                  MGM Music Hall at Fenway
8/15  Toronto, ON                 Budweiser Stage
8/16  Detroit, MI               Pine Knob Music Theatre
8/18  Bristow, VA                  Jiffy Lube Live
8/19  Philadelphia, PA          TD Pavilion at The Mann
8/21  New York, NY              Madison Square Garden
8/23  Chicago, IL                   Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
8/25  Cleveland, OH    Blossom Music Center
8/26  Cincinnati, OH             Riverbend Music Center
8/28  Minneapolis, MN          The Armory
8/30  Indianapolis, IN            TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park
9/1    Nashville, TN                 FirstBank Amphitheater
9/2    Atlanta, GA             Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
9/3    Raleigh, NC                 Red Hat Amphitheater
9/6    Ft. Lauderdale, FL       Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Hard Rock Live
9/9    Houston, TX    The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
9/10  Dallas, TX                     The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
9/13  Phoenix, AZ                 Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre
9/14  Inglewood, CA             The Kia Forum

9/23  Lisbon, PT                    Campo Pequeno
9/24  Madrid, ES                   Palacio Vistalegre
9/26  Milan, IT                       Mediolanum Forum
9/27  Stuttgart, DE                Porsche Arena
9/28  Dusseldorf, DE            Mitsubishi Electric Hall
9/30  Brussels, BE                Palais 12
10/1  Amsterdam, NL            Ziggo Dome
10/3  Glasgow, UK                OVO Hydro
10/4  Manchester, UK           AO Arena
10/5  London, UK                  O2 Arena
10/7  Luxembourg, LE   Rockhal
10/8  Paris, FR                      La Seine Musicale
10/10 Budapest, HU              Papp Laszlo Budapest SportArena
10/11 Gliwice, PL                  Arena Gliwice
10/12 Prague, CZ                  Fortuna Arena

North America
10/21 Las Vegas, NV             When We Were Young Festival
10/22 Las Vegas, NV             When We Were Young Festival

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