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Jane's Addiction

Jane's Addiction Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 575,063
Category Alternative Rock, Alternative, Rock
Concerts
May
29
Roundhouse
London
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May
31
Barrowland Ballroom
Glasgow
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Jun
02
O2 Apollo Manchester
Manchester
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Jun
04
Ancienne Belgique
Brussels
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Jun
06
Große Freiheit
Hamburg
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Jun
08
Les Docks
Lausanne
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Jun
10
X-TRA
Zurich
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Jun
14
Lido di Camaiore
Camaiore
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Jun
18
Sala Riviera
Madrid
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Jun
23
Pinkpop 2024
Landgraaf
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Jun
25
Carlswerk Victoria
Köln
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Jun
26
L’Olympia
Paris
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Jun
28
Trinity College Dublin
Dublin
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Jul
01
Paradiso
Amsterdam
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Jul
03
Rockhal
Esch-sur-alzette
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Jul
04
Rock Werchter 2024
Werchter
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Aug
09
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Las Vegas
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Aug
11
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
San Diego
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Aug
13
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Los Angeles
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Aug
15
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Phoenix
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Aug
18
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Irving
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Aug
19
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Houston
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Aug
21
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Rogers
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Aug
23
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Durant
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Aug
25
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
New Orleans
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Aug
27
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Jacksonville
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Aug
29
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Tampa
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Aug
31
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Davie
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Sep
03
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Raleigh
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Sep
05
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Portsmouth
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Sep
07
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Atlantic City
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Sep
10
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
New York
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Sep
13
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Boston
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Sep
15
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Bridgeport
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Sep
18
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Toronto
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Sep
20
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Rochester Hills
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Sep
22
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Milwaukee
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Sep
24
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Chicago
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Sep
26
Janes Addiction w/ Love & Rockets
Indianapolis
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Sep
28
South Star Music Festival 2024
Huntsville
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Sep
28
Evolution Festival 2024
Saint Louis Place
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About Jane's Addiction
Jane's Addiction is an influential alternative rock band from Los Angeles formed in 1986. They dissolved in 1991, but briefly returned to tour in 1997 and subsequently vanished shortly thereafter. They officially returned in 2001, before breaking up yet again in 2004. The band was influenced by punk, gothic rock, metal, funk, hard rock, and psychedelic styles; lead singer Perry Farrell once described the band as a cross between Duke Ellington and Bad Brains. The band's name refers to Jane Bainter, a now ex-heroin addict, who was a housemate of the band. Formed out of the ashes of frontman Perry Farrell's previous band, Psi-Com, Jane's Addiction is often compared to iconic '70s rockers Led Zeppelin. In the summer of 1985, Farrell was searching for a new bass player for the faltering Psi-com when he was introduced to Eric Avery. Although Farrell and Avery worked well together, Psi-com disbanded before they managed to play live with their new bassist. Later, Eric's sister introduced the duo to Stephen Perkins. Following this fortuitous introduction, Perkins suggested his friend (and Dizastre bandmate) Dave Navarro might be a suitable guitar player for the new band, dubbed "Jane's Addiction" in honor of Farrell's housemate, Jane Bainter. With this lineup, the band released three albums: Jane's Addiction, Nothing's Shocking, and Ritual de lo Habitual. Though the band had only released two studio albums and one live (Jane's Addiction), their effect on the rock and alternative music scenes was enormous. They became the poster children for a new wave of artful and thoughtful rockers who were eschewing the confinements of commercial rock music and stretching to express themselves both musically and theatrically. In their hey-day, Farrell created Lollapalooza, the alternative rock festival that revolutionized the North American concert promotion world by bringing together an ecclectic mix of musicians, exhibitors, and attractions for a high energy weekend of music and alternative lifestyles. The "Ripple" single that the band produced for the Grateful Dead tribute album Deadicated was the final studio track for this incarnation of the band. Internal strife and rampant drug usage lead the band to break up in 1991 after playing two nights at Hawaii's Aloha Tower; with Perkins and Farrell performing the final show completely naked, without incident. The band members pursued other projects in the 1990s. Farrell and Perkins formed another band Porno for Pyros which had some success. Dave Navarro joined Red Hot Chili Peppers, standing in for John Frusciante who had left the band to pursue his own solo projects. Navarro lasted one album for Red Hot Chili Peppers - 1995's One Hot Minute, but a combination of poor sales (only 5 million, less than half that of their preceeding Blood Sugar Sex Magik), and 'creative differences' (possibly fuelled by Navarro jokingly commenting that the Chili Peppers were "his band now") resulted in Navarro being fired from the band shortly afterwards. The Jane's Addiction briefly reformed in 1997 for the Jane's Relapse tour, with Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea replacing Avery, after Avery declined an invitation to rejoin the band. In 2001, Jane's Addiction rose from the ashes again for a full blown tour. Again, Avery declined involvement. With Flea busy with the Chili Peppers, Porno for Pyros bassist Martyn LeNoble was brought in to fill the gap. Following the success of this tour, the band decided to record a follow-up album to 1990's Ritual De Lo Habitual and brought in Chris Chaney to replace LeNoble on bass. They entered the studio with legendary producer Bob Ezrin in 2001, recording as a band for the first time in over ten years. The result was their final album, Strays. The band spent 2003 on an extensive worldwide touring in support of Strays, including, in a homecoming of sorts, a summer headliner slot in a reincarnated Lollapalooza US tour. Following the 2003 tour, Jane's Addiction broke up again, according to guitarist Dave Navarro's site in June 2004. Although details surrounding the band's demise are sparse, Navarro claimed that the reasons for the breakup were essentially the same as they were in 1991. Navarro, Perkins, and Chaney have since formed a new band, The Panic Channel, with singer Steve Isaacs. They released their debut album (ONe) on August 15th 2006. Perry Farrell has also moved onto a new project entitled The Satellite Party and unveiled material at Lollapalooza 2005. Their last #1 single was Just Because, but their most commercially popular song - Been Caught Stealing still receives airplay. Arguably the fan favorite would be Jane Says, despite the fact that it was never officially released as a single. A Best of Jane's Addiction compilation album was released on September 19, 2006. Also in 2006, the song Stop! was used as part of the soundtrack to the hit console game 'Guitar Hero II'.
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Genres
Alternative Rock, Alternative, Rock
Band members
Stephen Perkins, Eric Avery, Dave Navarro, Perry Farrell
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What fans are saying
John
5 / 5
Perry & the gang were terrific. Wish they had more time to play more songs. His banter with the crowd was fun and his stage presence is very unique
Xcel Energy Center St Paul, MN
Nov 05, 2022
Jeff
5 / 5
Awesome! Perry is still rocking it! Too bad Dave Navarro was out with long COVID - but the guitarist they had was spot on.
Little Caesars Arena Detroit, MI
Nov 03, 2022
Michael
3 / 5
Well considering they weren’t there and got replaced by OLP not that great but smashing pumpkins did put on amazing show!
Scotiabank Arena Toronto, ON
Oct 26, 2022
Angelina
5 / 5
Loved it! Perry sounded great and although we all missed Dave, Josh played amazingly ! Didn’t want it to end.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Las Vegas, NV
Mar 13, 2023
Bobby
5 / 5
Jane's Addiction should have been the headliner. They played amazing and had phenomenal stage presence! Great show!
Spokane Arena Spokane, WA
Nov 11, 2022
Jeff
4 / 5
They sounded great, the crowd had fun but they only played for 75 minutes
Marquee Theatre Tempe, AZ
Dec 29, 2017
Ryan
5 / 5
Perry and crew killed it. The guy replacing Dave was amazing as well. 🤯
Moody Center Austin, TX
Oct 06, 2022
Jennifer
5 / 5
Amazing show! I have missed these guys so much. Thank you, fellas. Xo
Moody Center Austin, TX
Oct 06, 2022
Ernesto
5 / 5
One of my all time favorites! What a Fucking DopeAss Show!!!
State Farm Arena Atlanta, GA
Oct 13, 2022
David
4 / 5
The band sounded so full and tight, it blew me away.
Enterprise Center St Louis, MO
Nov 03, 2022
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Jane's Addiction Tour Cities
Davie, FL Werchter, Belgium Boston, MA Brussels, Belgium Landgraaf, Netherlands Atlantic City, NJ Las Vegas, NV London, United Kingdom Lausanne, Switzerland San Diego, CA Rochester Hills, MI Glasgow, United Kingdom Durant, OK Zurich, Switzerland Portsmouth, VA New York City, NY Amsterdam, Netherlands Raleigh, NC Indianapolis, IN Madrid, Spain Tampa, FL Milwaukee, WI Houston, TX New Orleans, LA Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg Hamburg, Germany Dublin, Ireland Jacksonville, FL Rogers, AR Köln, Germany Bridgeport, CT Irving, TX Huntsville, AL Manchester, United Kingdom Phoenix, AZ Toronto, ON Camaiore, Italy Paris, France Chicago, IL Los Angeles, CA Saint Louis Place, MO

Frequently Asked Questions About Jane's Addiction

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Jane's Addiction on tour?

Yes, Jane's Addiction is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Jane's Addiction concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Jane's Addiction tour is scheduled for 41 dates across 41 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Jane's Addiction scheduled to play?

Jane's Addiction is scheduled to play 41 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Jane's Addiction tour start?

Jane's Addiction’s tour starts May 29, 2024 and ends on Sep 28, 2024. They will play 41 cities; their most recent concert was held in London at Roundhouse and their next upcoming concert will be in Werchter at Rock Werchter.

What venues is Jane's Addiction performing at?

As part of the Jane's Addiction tour, Jane's Addiction is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

May 29 - London, United Kingdom @ Roundhouse
May 31 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ Barrowland Ballroom
Jun 02 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ O2 Apollo Manchester
Jun 04 - Brussels, Brussels @ Ancienne Belgique
Jun 06 - Hamburg, HH @ Große Freiheit
Jun 08 - Lausanne, VD @ Les Docks
Jun 10 - Zurich, Switzerland @ X-TRA
Jun 14 - Camaiore, Toscana @ Lido di Camaiore
Jun 18 - Madrid, MD @ Sala Riviera
Jun 23 - Landgraaf, Netherlands @ Megaland
Jun 25 - Köln, NRW @ Carlswerk Victoria
Jun 26 - Paris, 09 @ L’Olympia
Jun 28 - Dublin, Ireland @ Trinity College Dublin
Jul 01 - Amsterdam, North Holland @ Paradiso
Jul 03 - Esch-sur-alzette, Luxembourg @ Rockhal
Jul 04 - Werchter, Belgium @ Rock Werchter
Aug 09 - Las Vegas, NV @ Fontainebleau Las Vegas
Aug 11 - San Diego, CA @ Park at the Park
Aug 13 - Los Angeles, CA @ YouTube Theater
Aug 15 - Phoenix, AZ @ Arizona Financial Theatre
Aug 18 - Irving, TX @ The Pavilion At Toyota Music Factory
Aug 19 - Houston, TX @ 713 Music Hall
Aug 21 - Rogers, AR @ Walmart AMP
Aug 23 - Durant, OK @ Choctaw Grand Theater
Aug 25 - New Orleans, LA @ Fillmore New Orleans
Aug 27 - Jacksonville, FL @ Daily's Place
Aug 29 - Tampa, FL @ MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
Aug 31 - Davie, FL @ Hard Rock Live (in Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood)
Sep 03 - Raleigh, NC @ Red Hat Amphitheater
Sep 05 - Portsmouth, VA @ Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion
Sep 07 - Atlantic City, NJ @ Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena
Sep 10 - New York, NY @ The Rooftop at Pier 17
Sep 13 - Boston, MA @ Leader Bank Pavilion
Sep 15 - Bridgeport, CT @ Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater
Sep 18 - Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage
Sep 20 - Rochester Hills, MI @ Meadow Brook Amphitheatre
Sep 22 - Milwaukee, WI @ BMO Pavilion
Sep 24 - Chicago, IL @ Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
Sep 26 - Indianapolis, IN @ Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park
Sep 28 - Huntsville, AL @ John Hunt Park Championship Soccer Stadium
Sep 28 - Saint Louis Place, MO @ Forest Park
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