Duran Duran share US tour dates for 2024

Duran Duran have shared details of new US tour dates, set to kick off around Halloween season this year – find a full list of dates and ticket details below.

The iconic ‘80s pop band announced the forthcoming live shows yesterday (July 8), when they confirmed that they would be heading stateside for seven performances later this autumn.

All but one of the shows take place across the end of October, and the dates officially kick off with an opening night in Allentown, PA, where Simon Le Bon and co. will take to the stage at the PPL Center on October 21.

From there, additional dates include stops in Verona, NY, held at The Event Center at Turning Stone Resort Casino on October 23, and Uncasville, CT, where the band will perform at the Mohegan Sun Arena on October 25. More shows in Atlantic City and Baltimore are planned for the 26th and 28th respectively, and build up to a huge Danse Macabre Halloween Party at Madison Square Garden on October 31.

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The dates culminate with a final show at the SNHU Arena in Manchester, NH on November 2.

Tickets go on sale this Friday (July 12) at 10am local time and will be available here. Pre-sale options can also be accessed at 10am local time on Thursday (11) on Live Nation with the code STRUM. Find all upcoming US tour dates below.

Duran Duran 2024 Halloween Tour Dates are:

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OCTOBER
21 – Allentown, PA @ PPL Center
23 – Verona, NY @ The Event Center at Turning Stone Resort Casino
25 – Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
26 – Atlantic City, NJ @ Borgata Event Center
28 – Baltimore, MD @ CFG Bank Arena
31 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden

NOVEMBER
2 – Manchester, NH @ SNHU Arena

News of the forthcoming gigs arrive to celebrate the first anniversary of the band’s most recent album ‘Danse Macabre’. The project saw them reimagine songs from throughout their extensive discography and also share covers of tracks by Talking Heads, Billie Eilish and more.

In other Duran Duran news, it was shared last month that the band’s frontman Simon Le Bon was among the entertainment figures included in this year’s King’s Birthday Honours list.

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He has been awarded an MBE for Services to Music and Charity, and it was announced just days after the model from the group’s ‘Rio’ album cover was finally identified as Marcia Hunt (now known as Marcie Dinkel).

NME also caught up with Duran Duran last year, where they spoke about their eagerness to play Glastonbury Festival. The band have surprisingly never played the huge festival at Worthy Farm, which will be returning this year from June 26-30.

Speaking to NME, frontman Simon Le Bon said: “I’d love to [do it] – we just need to get the right slot, that’s all.

“We have had the chance to do it before, but it wasn’t playing the main stage and I think we’d like to be doing that for sure. I’m sure we’re in negotiations [with Glastonbury], and if not, we will be.”

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