Benson Boone Announces Upcoming Album And World Tour ‘Fireworks And Rollerblades’

Today, global pop sensation Benson Boone announces his 2024 album and world tour, Fireworks and Rollerblades.The massive 40-date tour spans North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. The news arrives on the heels of his new single “Beautiful Things,” which debuted at #4 on Spotify’s US Chart and #16 on the Global Chart, and has accumulated nearly 30 million streams in one week.

The North American leg of Boone‘s upcoming tour kicks off on April 3 in Chicago, with stops in Montreal, Toronto, Brooklyn, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and more before wrapping up in Vancouver on May 4. On May 21, the singer-songwriter will cross the pond to begin his trek across the UK and Europe, starting in London and ending in Helsinki on June 11. In September, he’ll finish off the tour in Australia and New Zealand. See the complete list of tour dates below.

Boone‘s new single will be front and center on the setlist. “Beautiful Things” caused a major stir on social media ahead of its release, with his viral teasers amassing nearly 200 million views across TikTok and Instaram. That anticipation translated into an instant hit for the 21-year-old, with the soaring track being his biggest debut to date.

“Beautiful Things” and his upcoming tur continue a trend of big achievements for Boone.. Last year, MTV named him their Global PUSH Artist for October, while his PULSE EP generated tens of millions of streams for track like “What Was,” “Little Runaway,” and “Sugar Sweet.” He headlined a sold-out headline tour across North America and Europe, then ended the year with the release of his moving single “To Love Someone.”

The PULSE EP was preceded by his 2022piano ballad “Before You” and the Walk Me Home… EP, which included his breakout single “GHOST TOWN” — Boone‘s first entry on the Billboard Hot 100 and a Top 25 hit at both Top 40 and Hot AC radio. It also became his first RIAA-certified Gold record, followed by “In The Stars,” which is now certified Platinum.

April 3 — Chicago, IL — Salt Shed
April 4 — Detroit, MI — The Fillmore Detroit
April 6 — Montreal, QC — MTELUS
April 7 — Toronto, ON — HISTORY
April 10 — Brooklyn, NY — Brooklyn Paramount
April 11 — Sayreville, NJ — Starland Ballroom
April 12 — Boston, MA — Citizens House of Blues
April 14 — Philadelphia, PA — The Fillmore Philadelphia
April 15 — Silver Spring, MD — The Fillmore Silver Spring
April 16 — Raleigh, NC — The Ritz
April 18 — Atlanta, GA — Tabernacle
April 19 — Tampa, FL — Jannus Live
April 20 — Orlando, FL — House of Blues
April 22 — Houston, TX — House of Blues
April 23 — Dallas, TX — House of Blues
April 25 — Denver, CO — Fillmore Auditorium
April 26 — Salt Lake City, UT — Maverik Center
April 28 — Los Angeles, CA — Hollywood Palladium
April 29 — Phoenix, AZ — Arizona Financial Theatre
May 1 — San Francisco, CA — The Masonic
May 3 — Seattle, WA — Showbox SoDo
May 4 — Vancouver, BC — Vogue Theatre
May 21 — London, UK — Heaven
May 23 — Antwerp, Belgium — Trix
May 25 — Paris, France — Elysee Montmartre
May 26 — Cologne, Germany — Kantine
May 28 — Utrecht, Netherlands — TivoliVredenburg
May 30 — Zurich, Switzerland — Mascotte
June 1 — Prague, Czech Republic — Rock Cafe
June 2 — Warsaw, Poland — Progresja
June 4 — Berlin, Germany — Metropol
June 5 — Copenhagen, Denmark — Vega
June 6 — Stockholm, Sweden — Fryshuset Arenan
June 8 — Trondheim, Norway — NEON Festival
June 9 — Oslo, Norway — Sentrum Scene
June 11 — Helsinki, Finland — House of Culture
Sept 14 – Auckland, NZ – Powerstation
Sept 16 – Brisbane, QLD – The Tivoli
Sept 18 – Melbourne, VIC – Forum Theatre
Sept 19 – Sydney, NSW – Enmore Theatre