Some offers are too good to be true.
Indie rock superstars Beck and Phoenix have just kicked off their 2023 “Summer Odyssey Tour” in arenas across the country and tickets are much, much cheaper than we ever thought possible.
At press time, our team has found seats for as little as $4 before fees on Vivid Seats.
Yes, you read really well.
That’s less than it would cost for an arena soda.
While the $4 tickets are a bit of an outlier on the ‘Summer Odyssey Tour’ – most shows have seats from $15 to $70 – it shows that prices can come down for this exciting tour as time goes by. as it continues.
Therefore, if you are a fan of buying tickets, we recommend that you refresh this page.
You might find an offer that doesn’t make you feel like a “loser”.
And, if that wasn’t enough, it’s worth noting that the co-headliners will also bring big-name special guests Jenny Lewis, Weyes Blood, Japanese Breakfast and Sir Chloe.
Want to know how much tickets cost for the show closest to you?
We’ve got everything you need to know about Beck and Phoenix’s “Summer Odyssey Tour” below.
All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.
Beck and Phoenix 2023 Tour Schedule
A full schedule featuring all of Beck and Phoenix’s upcoming tour dates, venues and the lowest prices available for each show can be found below.
|Beck and Phoenix 2023 Tour Dates||Ticket prices
|August 3 at Hayden Homes Amphitheater in Bend, OR||$24|
|August 5 at the Concord Pavilion in Concord, CA||$18|
|August 7 at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, CA||$4|
|August 8 at Viejas Arena in San Diego, CA||$17|
|August 9 at the Pacific Amphitheater in Costa Mesa, CA||$50|
|August 11 at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, AZ||$19|
|August 12 at the Michelob ULTRA Arena in Las Vegas, NV||$17|
|August 14 at the Ogden Amphitheater in Ogden, UT||$37|
|August 15 at the Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, CO||$70|
|August 16 at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, CO||$68|
|August 18 at Walmart AMP in Rogers, AR||$62|
|August 20 at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, TX||$19|
|August 21 at the Dos Equis Pavilion in Dallas, TX||$16|
|August 22 at the Moody Center ATX in Austin, TX||$37|
|August 31 at the Huntington Bank Pavilion in Chicago, IL||$23|
|September 2 at Pine Knob Music Theater in Clarkston, MI||$14|
|September 3 at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto, ON, CA||$19|
|September 5 at the MGM Music Hall at Fenway in Boston, MA||$55|
|September 6 at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD||$25|
|September 8 at the Mann’s TD Pavilion in Philadelphia, PA||$23|
|September 9 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY||$18|
|September 10 at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD||$50|
(Note: The New York Post has confirmed all prices above at time of publication. All prices are subject to fluctuation, in US dollars and include additional fees at checkout..)
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Beck new music
The prolific Los Angeles native has released countless singles over the past few years with artists like JAWNY, Joy Downer, Natalie Bergman and former Beatle Paul McCartney, but he hasn’t released a proper album since “Hyperspace ” of 13 titles in 2020.
On the record, Beck uses echoes and synthesizers to create a sound that evokes both the past and the future. We recommend the ELO-like song “Chemicals” and the space title track “Hyperspace.”
Want to hear it all? You can stream “Hyperspace” here.
Also, be sure to check out Beck’s collaboration with Phoenix – the bright, disco single “Odyssey.”
phoenix new music
Everyone’s favorite French indie pop band released their latest album “Alpha Zulu” in 2022.
Consisting of ten tracks, the album sounds distinctly Phoenix-ian. Thomas Mars’ signature vocals, catchy hooks and frenetic yet controlled retro instrumentals fit right into the band’s canon – like a lost 80s album.
Pitchfork seemed to agree, saying “Alpha Zulu” “rejuvenates a proven formula.”
You can listen here. We suggest starting with the fourth song, “Winter Solstice”. It is a hymn yet to be discovered.
Opening acts of Beck and Phoenix
While two headliners might already seem like a lot to handle, Beck and Phoenix are also stacking every show with openings.
Here’s what you need to know about the acts that can launch the show of your choice.
jenny lewis has been an integral part of pop music for over 20 years. You may know her from a number of projects such as contributions to the Postal Service’s seminal album “Give Up”, her early 2000s band Rilo Kiley or her four solo albums. It’s also possible that you saw her in the 1998 movie “Pleasantville”. Personally, we are fans of her melancholic track “Heads Gonna Roll” for her exquisite vocals and chirping guitar solo.
Japanese breakfast are the definition of indie darlings. The quartet have played festivals around the world and opened for several high-profile tours for artists like Florence and the Machine, The National and Yeah Yeah Yeahs over the past decade. However, their crowning glory may be their 2021 album “Jubilee” which earned the band two Grammy nominations.
Blood of Weyes is Natalie Laura Mering and Natalie Laura Mering is Weyes Blood. The 34-year-old raspy voice sings ethereal, dreamy pop that sounds almost otherworldly. She best describes her music by saying it’s like “Bob Seger meets Enya”. Give his latest album “And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow” a spin. It’s the rare melancholy album that exudes a sense of hope.
Mr Chloe evokes the Red Hot Chili Peppers as soon as we hear the guitar on their biggest single “Michelle”. The only difference is that lead singer Dana Foote looks nothing like RHCP frontman Anthony Kiedis. Foote’s lingering vocals and the band’s deceptively simple guitars and drums build to near-fever climax on their most popular track. Yet there is still so much to discover. Their 2020 album “Party Favors” (which features “Michelle”) is a great place to start.
Huge concert tours in 2023
Fellow indie fanatics, gather together, we bring good news.
Many of the most groundbreaking artists who regularly receive rave reviews from Pitchfork and Rolling Stone will hit theaters across North America this year.
Here are just five of our favorites you won’t want to miss over the next few months.
• The National
• Death Cab for Cutie with the Postal Service
• Arctic Monkeys
• Alt j
Love indie, but want to see what else is out there? Take a look at our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here for a fuller picture of this year’s live music landscape.