Carlos Santana has announced his much-awaited 1001 Rainbows tour that is scheduled to take place this summer. The tour includes 14 dates and will kick off on June 21 in Newark, New Jersey, and is slated to conclude on August 6 in Springfield, Massachusetts. Tickets went on sale to the general public last March 3. Per a press release, Santana and his band will perform a comprehensive set list spanning 50 years of their musical journey, “from Woodstock to Supernatural and beyond.”
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Santana, will play a few shows in May, including a performance at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Fest, to warm up for his upcoming tour. He recently revealed that his eleventh-annual Las Vegas residency would resume in the fall.
Despite being a legend in the music industry, Carlos Santana has been facing health issues in recent years. In 2021, he had to delay a portion of his Las Vegas residency to undergo heart surgery. During a concert in Michigan in July 2022, he collapsed due to heat exhaustion and dehydration, leading his doctors to advise him to take time off to recover fully, resulting in the postponement of six more shows.
Santana, 1001 Rainbows 2023 North American Tour
June 21 – Newark, N.J. @ Prudential Center
June 22 – Canandaigua, N.Y. @ CMAC Performing Arts Center
June 24 – Niagara Falls, Ontario @ OLG Stage at Fallsview Casino
June 25 – Northfield, Ohio @ MGM Northfield Park
June 27 – Huber Heights, Ohio @ Rose Music Center
June 29 – Detroit, Mich. @ Pine Knob Music Theatre
July 26 – Oxon Hill, Md. @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor
July 28 – Atlantic City, N.J. @ Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena
July 29 – Atlantic City, N.J. @ Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena
July 31 – Bridgeport, Ct. @ Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater
Aug. 2 – Bangor, Maine @ Maine Savings Amphitheater
Aug. 4 – Boston, Mass. @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Aug. 5 – Boston, Mass. @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Aug. 6 – Springfield, Mass @ MassMutual Center
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