The alternative rock legends are setting out on a 10-date tour across North America this summer
Incubus is setting out on a special tour to celebrate the legacy of their hit album Morning View.
The legendary alternative band announced on Tuesday that they’ll be playing 10 arena shows across North America in 2024 in honor of their re-recording of their 2001 album Morning View. On the tour, the rock group will play their fourth studio album in full, as well as other hits from throughout their career.
The group currently featuring frontman Brandon Boyd, guitarist Mike Einziger, drummer José Pasillas, keys player Chris Kilmore and bassist Nicole Row will kick off their 10-date run in late August and play through mid-September.
Fans can expect to see the "Drive” band in Detroit, Rosemont, Illinois, Philadelphia, New York City, Boston, Tampa, Irving, Texas, Austin, Denver and San Francisco.
Throughout the tour, the hitmakers will be joined by progressive rock group Coheed and Cambria.
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The rockers are hitting the road following the announcement made in October 2023 that they’ll be re-recording and re-releasing their beloved album Morning View this year as Morning View XXIII, due out May 10 via Virgin Music Group. The original project featured popular singles such as "Wish You Were Here" and "Nice to Know You" and went on to be RIAA certified double platinum.
Boyd, 47, shared a statement about the upcoming project and tour in a press release. He said, “Roughly 23 years ago we rented a house at the sea to do an art experiment. The novel and expansive environment combined with a healthy dose of momentum helped us find that ever sought after FLOW state and the songs that became known as Morning View have since become indelible and deeply important parts of our lives.”
The musician continued, “This album helped propel our little art experiment called ‘Incubus’ into a way of life and here we are today, some 23 years later, about to introduce a new/next phase o -
f it’s existence. Morning View XXIII is a re-recording/re-think of the 2001 album and is the result of our desire to honor this burgeoning legacy but also reimagine it as musicians who have been lovingly performing these songs night after night for the last 23 years. See you on the road soon!”
On Incubus’ Instagram Story, the group also shared a statement, explaining that they got the idea to play Morning View from front to back on tour following their Hollywood Bowl concert in October of last year. “... it became an obvious next step for us to take this show on the road, so to speak. So in late summer of ‘24 Incubus will be coming to an arena near you to share that love,” they wrote.
The Make Yourself band also explained in the post that longtime bassist Ben Kenney “decided to step away from Incubus.” They wrote, “We are saddened at this departure but honor his decision and we are so grateful that we had the opportunity to make music with such a talented and generalist artist for two decades.”
Row, who toured with Incubus in 2023, will replace him going forward, the musicians explained. “We are thrilled for you to hear her contributions to Morning View XXIII and witness her energy on stage,” Incubus added.
Tickets for Incubus’ 2024 North American tour will kick off with a presale for Citi cardholders that is running now until Thursday at 10 p.m. Additional advanced ticket sales are scheduled to run throughout the week, and then the general on-sale will begin on Friday at 10 a.m. local time on LiveNation.com.
See the full list of 2024 Incubus tour dates below.
Fri Aug 23 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena
Sat Aug 24 – Rosemont, IL – Allstate Arena
Tue Aug 27 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
Thu Aug 29 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
Sat Aug 31 – Boston, MA – TD Garden
Tue Sep 03 – Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena
Fri Sep 06 – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Sat Sep 07 – Austin, TX – Moody Center ATX
Mon Sep 09 – Denver, CO – Ball Arena
Thu Sep 12 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center