Fastball and The Nixons will serve as special guests

Everclear 2022 tour
Everclear [Ashley Osborn]

Alt-rock icons Everclear have announced a 30th anniversary tour. The trek kicks off on June 9 at Stoney’s Road House in Emmett, ID and wraps up on September 3 at M Casino & Resort in Henderson, NV. Check out the official tour trailer below.

Bandsintown and artist pre-sales for the newly announced 30th Anniversary Tour dates will begin Wednesday, April 6. Local pre-sales available Thursday, April 7 and the public on sale commencing Friday, April 8, all starting at 10am local time. Visit for all details and to purchase tickets.

On Friday, June 10, Everclear will release their debut album World of Noise on digital platforms for the first time ever.

“Three decades as a band is quite the reason for celebration,” exclaims Alexakis. “I’m almost 60 years old. I’ve got MS. I’ve been through the ringer, but I’m still here. The music’s still here. Everclear is still here. Everclear is my band; it always has been. Its faces have changed, but the music stays the same. We’ve got a great band now, we’re tight as hell, we all love and respect each other, and we just go out and put on the best show we can every night. I’m blessed that I get to do this for a living and am truly grateful for my life.”

Of the 30th Anniversary Tour, he adds, “We’re gonna do a couple of songs off World of Noise for sure, and maybe even some hidden gems from back in the day that were B-sides. And, of course, we’ll still play all the hits and fan favorites. It’s going to be a really fun summer!”

Since forming in 1992, Everclear has enjoyed a lengthy career by any measure, spanning 11 studio releases, including four that have been certified Gold or Platinum, selling over 6 million records, and achieving 12 Top 40 Hit Singles on Mainstream Rock, Alternative, and Adult Top 40 radio, including “Santa Monica,” “Father of Mine,” “I Will Buy You A New Life,” “Wonderful” and “Everything To Everyone,” as well as numerous videos, thousands of shows, and various other accolades, including a 1998 Grammy nomination.

In recent years, Alexakis created and runs the annual Summerland Tour, which features a package of popular ‘90s alt rock bands, and also released his first solo album, Sun Songs, in 2019. 

After the demise of his band Colorfinger in 1992, Alexakis was struggling to make it in Portland, where he’d moved from San Francisco. That extremely difficult personal and creative period was the crucible that forged Alexakis into the fiery songwriter heard on the early Everclear demos, the Nervous & Weird EP (1993), and ultimately the World of Noise LP, both released on the Portland independent label Tim/Kerr Records.

The original 1993 release of World of Noise, paired with the band’s significant efforts to break into college radio and the buzz they’d created within the Portland music scene, attracted the attention of major labels, including Capitol Records, which signed the group soon after. Beginning with their major-label debut, 1995’s platinum-selling album Sparkle and Fade, and its massive chart-topping hit “Santa Monica,” Everclear was soon a household name and catapulted into the masses, thus allowing their impressive three-decade career to prosper and endure. 

Everclear 30th Anniversary Tour 2022
Friday, April 22 
Saturday, April 23 
Sunday, April 24 
Thursday, May 12 
Friday, May 13 
Saturday, May 14 
Sunday, May 15 
Saturday, May 20 
Saturday, June 4 
Goliad, TX @ Schroeder Hall 
Houston, TX @ Bikes On the Bayou 2022 
Austin, TX @ Empire Control Room & Garage 
Isle of Palms, SC @ Windjammer 
Sanford, NC @ Wampus Cat Music Festival 2022 
Redondo Beach, CA @ Beachlife Festival (Art Alexakis solo) 
Los Angeles, CA @ Dog Days of Summer at The Greek Theatre 
Everett, WA @ Downtown Everett Association 
Syracuse, NY @ Taste of Syracuse 
30th Anniversary Tour with Fastball and The Nixons
Thursday, June 9 
Friday, June 10 
Saturday, June 11 
Sunday, June 12 
Tuesday, June 14 
Thursday, June 16 
Friday, June 17 
Saturday, June 18
Sunday, June 19 
Wednesday, June 22 
Thursday, June 23 
Friday, June 24 
Saturday, June 25 
Thursday, June 30 
Friday, July 1 
Sunday, July 3 
Wednesday, July 6 
Thursday, July 7 
Friday, July 8 
Saturday, July 9 
Wednesday, July 13 
Thursday, July 14 
Friday, July 15 
Saturday, July 16 
Saturday, August 6 
Saturday, August 13 
Saturday, August 27 
Saturday, September 3 
Emmett, ID @ Stoney’s Road House 
Grand Junction, CO @ Los Colonias Amphitheater
Colorado Springs, CO @ Sunshine Studios 
Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre 
Odessa, TX @ The Ector Theatre 
Waco, TX @ The Backyard 
Lubbock, TX @ Cook’s Garage 
Norman, OK @ Riverwind Casino ^ 
Memphis, TN @ Minglewood Hall 
Virginia Beach, VA @ Beachfront Concert Series + 
Glenside, PA @ Keswick Theatre 
Washington, PA @ Hollywood Casino at The Meadows
Princeton, WV @ Food Truck Frenzy 
Charleston, WV @ Haddad Riverfront Park + 
Greenville, SC @ Cowboy Up Nightlife 
Baltimore, MD @ Hammerjacks 
Nashville, TN @ Sky Deck 
Lexington, KY @ Manchester Music Hall 
Franklin, OH @ JD Legends 
Streator, IL @ Streator’s 4th of July Celebration + 
Millville, NJ @ Levoy Theatre 
Jim Thorpe, PA @ Penn’s Peak 
Schenectady, NY @ Frog Alley Brewing Co. 
Hammondsport, NY @ Pavilion at Point of the Bluff Vineyards 
Kannapolis, NC @ Village Park Amphitheater + 
San Pedro, CA @ Flannel Nation Festival at Port of Los Angeles^ 
Niagara Falls, ON @ The Avalon Ballroom Theatre at Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort ^ 
Henderson, NV @ M Resort and Casino 
^ Everclear only; no Fastball or The Nixons+ indicates free show