In addition to the release of John Mayer’s upcoming album The Search for Everything later this year, fans have something else to look forward to in 2017: the “Search for Everything’ World Tour, Mayer’s first solo tour in years. The ‘Search for Everything’ World Tour will kick off on March 31st and take place over 15 dates and eight countries. Mayer promises three distinct sets for each show: full band, solo acoustic, and the John Mayer Trio.
We’re not sure when John Mayer will next embark on a solo tour this huge, especially since he is scheduled to tour with the rest of Dead and Company this Summer. Tickets for the ‘Search for Everything’ World Tour go on sale to the general public on Friday February 3rd, at 10 AM EST.
At the end of last year, John Mayer informed his fans that he will be releasing a new album—his first in three years—in 2017. He released this news along with the album’s first single,”Love on the Weekend“. John Mayer’s upcoming album, titled The Search for Everything, will be released in waves, one every month leading up to its full release this Spring. The first wave of songs came on Jan. 29th and are already gaining traction on his Spotify page, namely “Moving on and Getting Over“, which is reminiscent of Mayer’s original pop sound.
Mayer informed us that he will be releasing more music in a year than he’s ever done in the past, and it looks like he’s going to be keeping his promise. If fans weren’t already pumped for The Search for Everything album release and 2017 World Tour, we have even more good news. For those of you who purchase John Mayer concert tickets online through LiveNation will also receive physical copies of the album. Check out the full ‘Search for Everything’ U.S Tour Schedule below, and don’t forget to purchase your tickets tomorrow, February 3rd, at 10 AM EST.
The Search for Everything tour dates:
March 31 — Times Union Center, Albany, NY
April 1 — Bell Centre, Montreal, QC
April 3 — Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON
April 5 — Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
April 6 — Verizon Center, Washington, DC
April 7 — Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
April 9 — TD Garden, Boston, MA
April 11 — United Center, Chicago, IL
April 12 — Schottenstein Center, Columbus, OH
April 14 — Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO
April 15 — Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN
April 17 — Rogers Place, Edmonton, AB
April 19 — Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC
April 21 — The Forum, Inglewood, CA
April 22 — T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV