John Mayer Stretches Solo Concert Tour Dates Up To Fall

John Mayer

The artist said that he decided to continue touring because he feels that some amazing out there are calling out to him, something that is good for his soul as well. The 45-year-old “ Last Train Home” artist John Mayer has been continuing on a positive trend. The artist revealed on Monday that he has added an extra seventeen fall dates to his current solo spring tour which primarily extends into the locations of North America.

The dates have also been scheduled for places like Philadelphia, Boston, Nashville, and Chicago. Tampa, Dallas, LA, Houston, and beyond. Speaking about the unique aspect of his first-ever solo tour the artist promises to go over his old music as well as those the audience has perhaps never heard before, all exclusively with an acoustic guitar and a piano. 

John Mayer Sets Out To different Locations For An Extended Solo Musical Tour

The artist of ‘New Light’, John Mayer revealed on Monday that he has added an extra seventeen fall dates to his current solo tour. The star believes that the trip holds something unique for his heart and soul and he does not want to let it go just yet, said the musician as a justification for extending his tour. 

The solo tour of John Mayer, at the moment, concludes on 14th April in LA, but it will resume on October 3 in New York, in the Madison Sq. Garden before wrapping up on November 10 in the same city. On Friday, March 31 at 9 a.m., the general public may purchase tickets for John Mayer’s arena tour. Fans may also register for pre-booking tickets at, which gives them access starting on March 29. Post the completion of his solo tour, the “Your Body Is A Wonderland’ artist Jon Mayer further plans to continue with another band called Dead and Company, officially beginning this second tour around the month of May.