Thirty Seconds To Mars partially reschedule UK and European tour

Due to “the SAG-AFTRA Actors’ strike and subsequent delays in Jared’s filming schedule”, Thirty Seconds To Mars have pushed back some of the dates of their Seasons World Tour.

Thirty Seconds To Mars partially reschedule UK and European tour
Emily Carter

Thirty Seconds To Mars have just announced that they’ve partially rescheduled their 2024 UK and European tour.

The duo – Jared and Shannon Leto – were set to hit the UK next month in support of their latest album, It’s The End Of The World But It’s A Beautiful Day, however those dates have been moved back to June, while some other European gigs will now be taking place in October.

“Due to the SAG-AFTRA Actors’ strike and subsequent delays in Jared’s filming schedule, some of the EU/UK dates of our Seasons World Tour have been rescheduled,” reads a statement from the band. “We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. We can’t wait to see you all on the road very soon. Thank you for understanding.”

To soften the blow, though, 30STM have revealed their setlist plans for this tour, announcing that they’ll be celebrating the ‘Seasons Of Mars’ and their entire back-catalogue.

“This tour is a celebration of all our fans – whether you discovered us in early 2000s dorm rooms; in the alternative, rock or emo scenes; or on TikTok today,” continue Jared and Shannon. “We are making sure our setlists will include classic songs we haven’t played in years along with all of the hits from the different Seasons Of Mars!”

Catch 30STM at the following dates:


9 Poland, Krakow, Tauron Arena – no change
10 Slovakia, Bratislava, O’Nepela Arena – no change
12 Germany, Hamburg, Barclays Arena – no change
13 Germany, Berlin, Uber Arena – no change
15 Czech Rep, Prague, Sportovni Hala Fortuna – no change
16 Hungary, Budapest, MVM Dome – no change
18 Austria, Vienna, Stadthalle – no change
19 Germany, Munich, Olympiahalle – no change
21 France, Paris, Accor Arena – no change
22 Switzerland, Zurich, Hallenstadion – no change
24 Italy, Bologna, Unipol Arena – no change
25 Italy, Turin, Pala Alpitour Arena – no change
27 Spain, Madrid, Wizink Centre – no change
29 Portugal, Lisbon, Altice Arena – no change


1 Spain, Galicia, O Son do Camiño – no change
3 UK, Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena – rescheduled
4 UK, London, The O2 Arena – rescheduled
6 UK, Glasgow, OVO Hydro – rescheduled
7 UK, Manchester, AO Arena – rescheduled
9 UK, Birmingham, Utilita Arena – rescheduled
10 UK, Cardiff, Utilita Arena – rescheduled
12 Belgium, Brussels, Forest National – rescheduled
13 Netherlands, Amsterdam, AFAS – rescheduled and new venue
15 Germany, Hanover, ZAG Arena – rescheduled
16 Germany, Cologne, Lanxess Arena – rescheduled


12 Australia, Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena – no change
14 Australia, Sydney, Qudos Bank Arena – no change
17 Australia, Brisbane, Riverstage – no change
19 New Zealand, Auckland, Spark Arena – no change


6 Denmark, Copenhagen, KB Hallen – rescheduled and new venue
7 Sweden, Stockholm, Hovet – rescheduled
9 Norway, Oslo, Spectrum – rescheduled

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