You’d better hurry if you want to see The Stone Temple Pilots this year.
The group, led by lead singer Jeff Gutt, have just ten concerts and three festival appearances left on their calendar for 2022.
To sweeten the deal, the ’90s icons will be collaborating with fellow rockers Halestorm, Black Stone Cherry and Daughtry on select dates.
Their festival appearances will be just as top-class.
From June 10th to 12th, the group will perform alongside Puddle of Mudd and Hinder at the Orange Loop Rock Festival in Atlantic City. Then, midway through their run, they’ll take part in the annual Milwaukee Summerfest, which will feature big names like Disturbed and Chevelle in the lineup. Finally they will wrap up their run in Sacramento from October 6th to 9th at the Aftershock Festival with KISS and Slipknot and many others.
Here’s everything you need to know about her short spring, summer, and fall shows.
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Where are Stone Temple Pilots going on tour this year?
A full calendar with all STP show dates, venues, other headliners and links to purchase tickets is below.
- May 20th at the Palladium Times Square in New York, New York
- May 21 at the Saranac Brewery in Utica, New York
- May 22nd in the Ballroom of the Hampton Beach Casino in Hampton, New Hampshire
- May 24 at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana (with Halestorm and Black Stone Cherry)
- May 25 at the Tulsa Theater in Tulsa, Oklahoma (with Halestorm and Black Stone Cherry)
- May 28 at the Bluestem Center for the Arts in Moorhead, Minneapolis (with Halestorm and Black Stone Cherry)
- May 30th at the KettleHouse Amphitheater in Bonner, Montana (with Halestorm and Black Stone Cherry)
- June 10-12 at the Orange Loop Rock Festival in Atlantic City, New Jersey
- June 25 at the Greeley Stampede in Greeley, Colorado
- July 1 at the BMO Harris Pavilion in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- July 16 at the Shoshone-Bannock Hotel and Convention Center in Fort Hall, Idaho (with Daughtry)
- July 17 at Northern Quest Casino in Spokane, Washington (with Daughtry)
- From October 6th to 9th at the Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, California
Other ’90s stars on the way in 2022
It’s not 1996 anymore, but if you look at all the great groups touring this year, you might think it is.
Here are just five of our favorite Clinton-era acts performing at venues across the country this year.
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Matt Levy covers the live entertainment industry and writes about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].