Ringo Starr gave fans a great present for his birthday: brand new tour dates.
The former Beatles drummer, freshly turned 76, on announced the fall shows Thursday during his #PeaceAndLove Celebration, which featured the likes of David Lynch, Edgar Winter, and more.
At the celebration, Dave Stewart and Jon Stevens performed the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band track “With A Little Help From My Friends,” along with “No No Song.” Rock band Alberta Cross entertained with takes of “It Don’t Come Easy and “You Can’t Stop Lightening,” and indie rockers Vandaveer performed “Don’t Pass Me By” and “Photograph.”
Starr also announced fall shows in the Western United States, Japan, and South Korea, featuring the longest-tenured roster of All Starrs ever (Steve Lukather, Gregg Rolie, Todd Rundgren, Richard Page, Warren Hamm and Gregg Bissonnette).
Here are the new show dates, with more to come. Videos of Starr’s #PeaceAndLove Celebration can be seen on his Facebook page.
Oct. 15: Snoqualmie Casino; Sonqualmie, Wash.
Oct. 16: Spokane Arena Star Theatre; Spokane, Wash.
Oct. 18: Keller Auditorium; Portland, Ore.
Oct. 19: Grand Sierra Casino Theater; Reno, Nev.
Oct. 20: Segerstrom Center For The Arts; Costa Mesa, Calif.
Oct. 24: Orix Gekijo; Osaka
Oct. 25: Aichi-Ken Geijutsu Gekijo; Nagoya
Oct. 27: Sun Palace Hall; Fukuoka
Oct. 28: Bunkagakuen HBG Hall; Hiroshima
Oct. 31-Nov. 2; Orchard Hall, Tokyo
Nov. 5: Olympic Gymnasium; Seoul