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Jared Leto Scales Empire State Building to Announce Thirty Seconds to Mars’ Tour Dates

Jared Leto defies gravity, scaling the Empire State Building to unveil Thirty Seconds to Mars’ 2024 Seasons World Tour. The iconic ascent marks the kickoff for the 31-date global tour, showcasing the band’s album “It’s The End of the World But It’s a Beautiful Day.” Get ready for an extraordinary musical journey with presale tickets available from November 10.

Jared Leto scales Empire State Building to announce 30 Seconds to Mars World Tour

Jared Leto, the 51-year-old singer-actor, defies gravity to announce Thirty Seconds to Mars’ 2024 Seasons World Tour.

Jared Leto, frontman for Thirty Seconds to Mars, announced the band’s global tour in an extraordinary way—by scaling the iconic Empire State Building in New York City. Clad in an orange jumpsuit and tethered only by ropes, Leto conquered the narrow base beneath the tower’s antenna, reaching over 1,454 feet.

Unveiling the Marvel at New Heights

Leto, known for his roles in “Suicide Squad” and “House of Gucci,” expressed his lifelong fascination with the Empire State Building, capturing the event in a stunning video shared on Instagram. The daring climb symbolized endless possibilities, resonating with Leto’s admiration for the iconic structure built in just 13 months.

The 2024 Seasons World Tour

The heart-stopping ascent was not just a spectacle; it heralded Thirty Seconds to Mars’ 2024 Seasons World Tour. Starting on March 15 in Latin America with festival performances at Lollapalooza Chile, Argentina, and Brazil, the 31-date tour promises an unforgettable experience.

An Album that Defies Limits

The tour will support the band’s September release, “It’s The End of the World But It’s a Beautiful Day,” which debuted at No. 76 on the Billboard 200. Leto described the album as an exploration of following dreams and pushing boundaries, sentiments reflected in the Empire State Building climb.

Unveiling “Seasons” at the Pinnacle

To mark this extraordinary announcement, Leto shared a video of himself and his brother, Shannon Leto, performing “Seasons” atop the Empire State Building, with the sprawling cityscape below. The video encapsulates the essence of the band’s tour—an extraordinary journey with awe-inspiring views.

Tour Dates to Look Out For

Presale tickets for North America shows go live on November 10, and general sales begin on November 17. Tickets Countdown has tickets available for fans that don’t want to wait. Tickets Countdown provides peace of mind with their 100% money back guarantee and safe, secure checkout. Check out the upcoming tour dates:

April 2024: United Kingdom and Europe

  • Glasgow OVO Hydro – April 16
  • Nottingham Motorpoint Arena – April 17
  • Manchester AO Arena – April 19
  • Birmingham Utilita Arena – April 20
  • Cardiff Utilita Arena – April 22
  • London O2 Arena – April 23
  • Amsterdam Ziggo Dome – April 25
  • Brussels Forest National – April 26
  • Hannover ZAG Arena – April 27
  • Cologne Lanxess Arena – April 29

May 2024: Scandinavia and Central Europe

  • Stockholm Hovet – May 1
  • Oslo Spektrum – May 2
  • Copenhagen Forum – May 4
  • Krakow Tauron Arena – May 9
  • Bratislava O Nepela Arena – May 10
  • Hamburg Barclays Arena – May 12
  • Berlin Mercedes Benz Arena – May 13
  • Prague Sportovní hala Fortuna – May 15
  • Budapest MVM Dome – May 16
  • Vienna Wiener Stadthalle – May 18

May 2024: France, Switzerland, and Italy

  • Paris Accor Arena – May 21
  • Zurich Hallenstadion – May 22
  • Bologna Unipol Arena – May 24
  • Turin Pala Alpitour – May 25
  • Madrid Wizink Center – May 27
  • Lisbon Altice Arena – May 29

July–September 2024: North America

  • White River Amphitheatre, Auburn – July 26
  • RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheatre, Ridgefield – July 27
  • USANA Amphitheater, Salt Lake City – July 30
  • Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison – July 31
  • Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Maryland Heights – August 2
  • Ascend Amphitheatre, Nashville – August 3
  • Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls – August 7
  • Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville – August 9
  • Huntington Bank Pavilion, Chicago – August 10
  • Budweiser Stage, Toronto – August 12
  • Freedom Mortgage Pavilion, Camden – August 14
  • Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia – August 15
  • Barclays Center, Brooklyn – August 17
  • Xfinity Center, Mansfield – August 18
  • PNC Music Pavilion, Charlotte – August 20
  • Lakewood Amphitheatre, Atlanta – August 21
  • Ithink Financial Amphitheater, West Palm Beach – August 23
  • Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheater, Tampa – August 24
  • Dos Equix Pavilion, Dallas – August 27
  • Germania Insurance Amphitheatre, Austin – August 30
  • Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre, Phoenix – September 1
  • Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View – September 4

September 2024: Australia and New Zealand

  • Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne – September 12
  • Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney – September 14
  • Riverstage, Brisbane – September 17
  • Spark Arena, Auckland – September 19

Get ready for a tour that defies gravity and takes you on a musical odyssey, guided by the celestial sounds of Thirty Seconds to Mars.

[Presale tickets available on November 10. General sale starts on November 17.]

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