Jeff Lynne’s ELO Announce 2024 Final Live Tour: ‘Over and Out’

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Beloved 1970s prog rock artist & music producer Jeff Lynne has announced the final tour of his best-known project, Electronic Light Orchestra (ELO). Kicking off in Palm Desert, CA, on August 24th, the tour will roll across North America before wrapping up in Lynne’s adoptive hometown Los Angeles on October 25.

The band started off in 1972 and is best known for songs like “Mr. Blue Sky,” “Telephone Line,” “Evil Woman” and “Don’t Bring Me Down.” Lynne has also penned many hits for artists, like Olivia Newton-John‘s song “Xanadu” from the Xanadu soundtrack.

ELO officially disbanded in 1986, when Lynne moved on to other projects, such as the Traveling Wilburys with Roy Orbison, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan and George Harrison. The long-time musician is also in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 07: 2017 Inductee Jeff Lynne of ELO performs onstage at the 32nd Annual Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony at Barclays Center on April 7, 2017 in New York City. The event will broadcast on HBO Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 8:00 pm ET/PT

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Jeff Lyne revived ELO in 2001 with keyboard player Richard Tandy (the two being the only original members), and the updated assemblage of musicians have since toured extensively since then and released two new albums.

The final ‘Over and Out’ tour will be ELO’s last, and promises to be out of this world. Currently, only North American dates have been announced.


Artist presale will begin on Wednesday, March 20, at 10am, with a general sale starting Friday, March 22, at 10am. You can buy tickets here. The full list of tour dates is as follows:

August 24, 2024 Palm Desert, CA Acrisure Arena
August 27, 2024 Seattle, WA Climate Pledge Arena
August 28, 2024 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
August 30, 2024 Portland, OR Moda Center
September 1, 2024 San Francisco, CA Chase Center
September 6, 2024 St. Louis, MO Enterprise Center
September 7, 2024 Indianapolis, IN Gainbridge Fieldhouse
September 9, 2024 Toronto, ON Scotiabank Arena
September 10, 2024 Pittsburgh, PA PPG Paints Arena
September 13, 2024 Cincinnati, OH Heritage Bank Center
September 14, 2024 Cleveland, OH Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
September 16, 2024 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
September 20, 2024 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center

September 23, 2024 Boston, MA TD Garden
September 25, 2024 Washington, DC Capital One Arena
September 27, 2024 Chicago, IL United Center
September 30, 2024 St, Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
October 2, 2024 Denver, CO Ball Arena
October 9, 2024 Detroit, MI Little Caesars Arena
October 11, 2024 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
October 12, 2024 Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena
October 15, 2024 Austin, TX Moody Center
October 16, 2024 Houston, TX Toyota Center
October 18, 2024 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
October 21, 2024 Phoenix, AZ Footprint Center
October 23, 2024 Sacramento, CA Golden 1 Center
October 25, 2024 Los Angeles, CA Kia Forum

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