Blues Traveler & Big Head Todd and the Monsters Team Up for Epic Co-Headline Summer Tour

Article Contributed by DMK Publicity | Published on Tuesday, April 2, 2024

After a highly-successful run last summer, Grammy® Award-winning artist Blues Traveler and Platinum-Selling rockers Big Head Todd and the Monsters have announced that they are, once again, bringing the “Blue Monsters Tour” to venues across the country. Featuring an arsenal of songs from over three decades, including both the smash hits that defined their careers as well as rarely performed live gems, the coveted co-headline tour was hailed as one of the best of the 2023 season by critics and fans alike.

The “Blue Monsters Tour 2024” routing kicks off July 30 at MAD Amphitheater in El Dorado, AR and will hit the Midwest and East Coast before culminating August 24 at the Univest Performance Center in Quakertown, PA.

Tickets for “Blue Monsters Tour 2024” go on sale Friday, April 5 at 10 AM local time at

Long-time touring partners, the two iconic bands first performed together in 1993 for the H.O.R.D.E Tour, and have spent the past 30 years on many of the same bills. In addition to the 1994, 1997, and 2015 H.O.R.D.E. Tours, they were also part of the A-list lineups for the 2001 “Moondance Jam,” the 2002 “One World, One Heart Festival,” the 2012 “Last Summer on Earth Tour,” and the 2019 “BeachLife Festival.” Through these experiences, the groups have forged a friendship that transcends both time and music.

Multi-Platinum-Selling Band Blues Traveler currently has 15 hit studio albums to their credit, including the iconic four, which went six-times Platinum and spawned the definitive “Run-Around” (garnering their first Grammy® Award), as well as Traveler’s Soul, which was released in October 2023. Traveler’s Soul was Blues Traveler’s second critically-acclaimed album of genre covers, featuring their interpretations of classic Soul and R&B hits originally recorded by artists such as Stevie Wonder, the Impressions, TLC, The Meters, Dr. John, Ann Peebles, and more. This record followed the wildly successful Traveler’s Blues release (Round Hill Records/ Black Hill Records, 2021), spotlighting the band’s renditions of songs from The American Blues Songbook and earning them a Grammy nod for “Best Traditional Blues Album.”

During the “Blue Monsters Tour 2024,” audiences can expect to hear all of Blues Traveler’s hits, including their Billboard-topping smash singles like “Hook” and “But Anyway,” as well as fan- and band-favorites from throughout their catalog.

Big Head Todd and the Monsters, have dedicated 40 years to their music career. Quietly becoming an American institution in this time– thanks to their writing, recording, and touring (totaling over 3,500 performances, countless sold out shows in amphitheaters, on the high seas, and even beaming their tunes to outer space (literally)) –they have earned the endorsement of everyone from Robert Plant to The Denver Broncos, and tallied tens of millions of streams.

The group also has 13 studio albums to their credit, including the 1993 breakout Sister Sweetly. Powered by staples like “Broken Hearted Savior,” “It’s Alright,” and “Bittersweet,” the record eventually went Platinum, leading to a support slot for Plant on tour. During the “Blue Monsters Tour 2024,” fans can expect to hear these hits plus many more.

Official “Blue Monsters Tour 2024” dates are as follows:

Dates subject to change.

July 30                         MAD Amphitheater                               El Dorado, AR

August 1                      713 Music Hall                                      Houston, TX

August 2                      Toyota Music Pavilion                           Irving, TX

August 3                      Zoo Amphitheatre                                 Oklahoma City, OK

August 6                      The Wave                                             Wichita, KS

August 8                      CRMUH Amphitheater                          Jefferson City, MO

August 9                      Lakeshore Amphitheatre                        Decatur, IL

August 10                    CEFCU Peoria Riverfront                      Peoria, IL

August 13                    Foellinger Theatre                                Fort Wayne, IN

August 14                    Meijer Gardens                                     Grand Rapids, MI

August 16                    Artpark Amphitheater in Lewiston, NY    Lewistown, NY

August 17                    Perington Park Amphitheatre                 Rochester, NY

August 20                    South Shore Music Circus                     Cohasset, MA

August 22                    Powder Ridge                                       Middlefield, CT

August 23                    Wolf Trap                                              Vienna, VA

August 24                    Univest Performance Center                  Quakertown, PA

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