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Cults Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 266,628
Category Indie, Alternative, Dream Pop, Indie Pop
Concerts
Aug
01
Cults August 2024
Millvale
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Aug
02
Cults August 2024
Grand Rapids
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Aug
03
Outset
Chicago
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Aug
04
Lollapalooza Chicago 2024
Chicago
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Aug
06
Cults August 2024
Minneapolis
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Aug
07
Cults August 2024
Omaha
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Aug
09
Cults August 2024
Denver
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Aug
10
Cults August 2024
Salt Lake City
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Aug
12
Cults August 2024
Seattle
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Aug
13
Cults August 2024
Portland
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Aug
15
Cults August 2024
San Francisco
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Aug
16
Cults August 2024
San Diego
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Aug
17
Cults August 2024
Los Angeles
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Aug
18
Cults August 2024
Phoenix
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Aug
20
Cults August 2024
Dallas
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Aug
21
Cults August 2024
Houston
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Aug
22
Cults August 2024
New Orleans
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Aug
22
Cults 2024 Summer tour
Baton Rouge
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Aug
24
Cults August 2024
Fort Lauderdale
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Aug
25
Cults August 2024
Orlando
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Aug
26
Cults August 2024
Atlanta
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Aug
28
Cults August 2024
Brooklyn
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Sep
19
Blossom Music Center
Cuyahoga Falls
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Sep
20
Rockstar Energy Drink Stage at Smale Park
Cincinnati
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Sep
21
Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park
Indianapolis
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Sep
23
Meadow Brook Amphitheatre
Rochester Hills
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Sep
24
Budweiser Stage
Toronto
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Sep
25
Place Bell
Laval
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Sep
27
TD Garden
Boston
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Sep
28
TD Pavilion at the Mann
Philadelphia
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Sep
30
The Anthem
Washington
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Oct
01
The Anthem
Washington
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Oct
02
Ting Pavilion
Charlottesville
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Oct
04
Cults October 2024
Charlotte
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Oct
05
Cults October 2024
Columbia
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Oct
06
Cults October 2024
Charleston
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Oct
08
Live Oak Bank Pavilion
Wilmington
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Oct
09
Red Hat Amphitheater
Raleigh
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Oct
11
Ascend Amphitheater
Nashville
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Oct
12
Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park
Atlanta
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Oct
13
Rabbit Rabbit
Asheville
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Oct
15
St. Augustine Amphitheatre
St. Augustine
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Oct
17
Moody Center
Austin
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About Cults
Cults made their name in black and white. A pair of film school dropouts who burst onto the New York scene with a perfect single and a darkly retro sound, the band’s first two albums play like noirish documentaries on a lost girl group. Four years after Static, Cults returns with Offering, an exciting collection of songs bursting with heart, confidence, shimmering melody and buzzing life. The time off has given the band new energy and new ideas–Cults are working in Technicolor now. The core duo remains the same. Madeline Follin and Brian Oblivion, both 28, still live in New York. They still finish each other’s thoughts and still share a love of catchy music and black humor (this is a band that sampled cult leader Jim Jones on their first hit). But the pair have put some blood on the tracks since their breakout debut: they’ve toured the world, built a devoted audience, survived a breakup, grown up in green rooms, parted ways with their old label and made a home of their new one. After the whirlwind of Static died down, Follin and Oblivion made a conscious decision to shift gears: “I feel like we stepped into a tour van when we were 21, and basically didn’t get out of it for the next few years,” Oblivion says. “We wanted to give ourselves some space to have normal lives, and wait until there was something new to say.” “It was exciting, because writing stopped feeling like a homework assignment. I was able to sit down and do it only when I wanted to,” says Follin. “These songs are less art projects, less thinking ‘this is a heartbreak song, what would Lesley Gore do?’ and more reflective of things that have happened in our own lives.” Cults took their time, going through a few dozen discarded demos before arriving on a pair of songs that felt special– the rollicking, sweet-but-dark “Right Words” and the buzzy earworm “Recovery.” Once they had a direction, Follin and Oblivion enlisted longtime engineer Shane Stoneback to help guide the sessions, working bit by bit, never rushing, letting the material develop naturally. Offering will thrill ride-or-die Cults fans. Songs like “Natural State” and “Good Religion” balance on the same after-hours wall of sound that brought the band its early audience. The title track, a rolling goth-ed out anthem for the kids in the back of class is surely, somewhere in an alternate universe, soundtracking an 80s prom movie directed by Jim Jarmusch. But Offering goes places Cults haven’t gone before. Pink Floyd was a big inspiration, freeing up the band to try new song structures and play with vintage synths, notably on the gorgeous, aching “With My Eyes Closed.” “I had the classic high school discovery of Pink Floyd, only I was 24,” laughs Oblivion. “I was in the back of the tour van, listening to Dark Side of The Moon on headphones for the first time, and I turned to the band and said ‘guys. GUYS.” New Wave was also a touchstone, you can hear The Motels and Gary Numan’s influence on chugging pop gems “Clear From Far Away” and “I Took Your Picture.” None of these gestures are accidental, the band has developed a confidence in the studio and a strong, full sound. Gone are the days of chancing upon Garageband alchemy; Offering is the work of two artists who know what they want and how to make it happen. Offering also marks the beginning of a more collaborative phase for Cults. The pair have always traded ideas, but for the first time they sat down to jam out ideas together in a room. Follin, who has always written her own parts, came into her own as instrumentalist during the Offering sessions, playing drums and keyboards throughout. Her equal partnership with Oblivion flies in the face of a far-too-common industry assumption that women are passive participants in their own art. After three years of work in New York, LA, San Francisco, in studios and sweaty living rooms, the band finished the bulk of recording. But it was a classic “last day in the studio” demob-happy session that gave the album its opener and title track, a hope-in-darkness song that Oblivion calls “one of the most outward-looking things we’ve done, it’s a lifeline.” Follin adds: “we both decided independently of each other that it had to be the title.” “These songs have both instability and solutions for how to deal with instability,” Oblivion says. “I think my favorite lyric is from “Took Your Picture”: Tinge of blue/To the end/left our hearts/With regrets/I’m learning. That’s as close as you get to a thesis statement for the album.” “We’re in a happier place,” Follin adds. “I mean, the last track on our last album was called ‘No Hope,’” Oblivion says, and they both laugh. “The first track on this record is called ‘Offering.’ That pretty much says it.” Written by Fred Nicolaus
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Genres
Indie, Alternative, Dream Pop, Indie Pop
Band members
Brian Oblivion, Madeline Follin
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What fans are saying
Trey
5 / 5
great show
Union Stage Washington City, DC
Aug 26, 2022
Juan
5 / 5
Great show!,
The Shelter Detroit, MI
Aug 30, 2022
John
5 / 5
Amazing
DC9 Nightclub Washington, DC
Dec 03, 2018
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Cults Tour Cities
Houston, TX Boston, MA Atlanta, GA Charlotte, NC Chicago, IL Austin, TX Indianapolis, IN Philadelphia, PA Denver, CO Rochester Hills, MI Portland, OR Toronto, ON Orlando, FL Raleigh, NC Minneapolis, MN Saint Augustine Shores, FL Cincinnati, OH San Diego, CA New Orleans, LA Charleston, SC Phoenix, AZ Columbia, SC Los Angeles, CA Wilmington, NC Grand Rapids, MI Laval, QC San Francisco, CA Fort Lauderdale, FL Brooklyn, NY Baton Rouge, LA Seattle, WA Cuyahoga Falls, OH Salt Lake City, UT Dallas, TX Omaha, NE Charlottesville, VA Nashville, TN Asheville, NC

Frequently Asked Questions About Cults

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Cults on tour?

Yes, Cults is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Cults concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Cults tour is scheduled for 43 dates across 38 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Cults scheduled to play?

Cults is scheduled to play 43 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Cults tour start?

Cults’s tour starts Aug 01, 2024 and ends on Oct 17, 2024. They will play 38 cities; their most recent concert was held in Millvale at Mr. Smalls Theatre, Funhouse & Café and their next upcoming concert will be in Boston at TD Garden.

What venues is Cults performing at?

As part of the Cults tour, Cults is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Aug 01 - Millvale, PA @ Mr. Smalls Theatre, Funhouse & Café
Aug 02 - Grand Rapids, MI @ The Pyramid Scheme
Aug 03 - Chicago, IL @ Outset
Aug 04 - Chicago, IL @ Grant Park
Aug 06 - Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line
Aug 07 - Omaha, NE @ Waiting Room Lounge
Aug 09 - Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
Aug 10 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Metro Music Hall
Aug 12 - Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
Aug 13 - Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
Aug 15 - San Francisco, CA @ Bimbo's 365 Club
Aug 16 - San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park
Aug 17 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre
Aug 18 - Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
Aug 20 - Dallas, TX @ Sons Of Hermann Hall
Aug 21 - Houston, TX @ House of Blues Houston
Aug 22 - New Orleans, LA @ The Parish Room HOB
Aug 22 - Baton Rouge, LA @ Chelsea’s Live
Aug 24 - Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live
Aug 25 - Orlando, FL @ The Social
Aug 26 - Atlanta, GA @ Hell at The Masquerade
Aug 28 - Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw
Sep 19 - Cuyahoga Falls, OH @ Blossom Music Center
Sep 20 - Cincinnati, OH @ Rockstar Energy Drink Stage at Smale Park
Sep 21 - Indianapolis, IN @ Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park
Sep 23 - Rochester Hills, MI @ Meadow Brook Amphitheatre
Sep 24 - Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage
Sep 25 - Laval, QC @ Place Bell
Sep 27 - Boston, MA @ TD Garden
Sep 28 - Philadelphia, PA @ TD Pavilion at the Mann
Sep 30 - Washington, DC @ The Anthem
Oct 01 - Washington, DC @ The Anthem
Oct 02 - Charlottesville, VA @ Ting Pavilion
Oct 04 - Charlotte, NC @ Amos' Southend
Oct 05 - Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
Oct 06 - Charleston, SC @ Music Farm
Oct 08 - Wilmington, NC @ Live Oak Bank Pavilion
Oct 09 - Raleigh, NC @ Red Hat Amphitheater
Oct 11 - Nashville, TN @ Ascend Amphitheater
Oct 12 - Atlanta, GA @ Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park
Oct 13 - Asheville, NC @ Rabbit Rabbit
Oct 15 - St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Oct 17 - Austin, TX @ Moody Center
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