For a Nationwide Tour, The 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees will perform with special guests Cheap Trick

Cheap Trick and a reunited Heart are joining forces for the concert tour. It begins April 20 in Greenville, South Carolina, and ends September 22 in Morrison, Colorado.

Midway through their U.S. tour, they will travel to Europe for a series of dates with Squeeze.

Ryan Wariner (lead and rhythm guitar), Ryan Waters (guitars), Paul Moak (guitars, keyboards, and backing vocals), Tony Lucido (bass and backing vocals), and Sean T. Lane (drums) will accompany Ann and Nancy Wilson on Heart.

“We are excited and prepared to hit the road in 2024 to perform for our devoted fans,” Ann Wilson said in a statement.

“The band’s incredible talent—Ryan, Ryan, Paul, Tony, and Sean—adds an entirely new level of energy to Heart’s live show.”

Nancy Wilson adds: “I am extremely proud of the show that our band has created and am excited to reconnect with our fans.

We cannot wait to share our music with everyone and experience the electrifying energy of a completely live, on-the-spot rock show.”

Cheap Trick and a reunited Heart
Heart Returns with 2024 World Tour

Heart will also perform as a support act for rock bands Def Leppard and Journey on select dates.

Citi presales will begin Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., with an artist presale (using the code DREAMS) starting Wednesday at 10 a.m. The public ticket sales will begin at 10 a.m. on Friday at

With a five-decade career that began in Seattle, Heart will perform their catalog of classics, which includes 20 Top 40 singles.

The band is known for both hard-hitting, guitar-driven rockers like “Magic Man,” “Straight On,” “Barracuda,” and “Crazy on You,” as well as softer-sounding songs like “These Dreams.”

The current lineup of the band includes Ann Wilson (lead vocals, flute), Nancy Wilson (rhythm, lead, and acoustic guitar, backing and lead vocals), Ryan Wariner (lead and rhythm guitar), Ryan Waters (guitars), Paul Moak (guitars, keyboards, backing vocals), Tony Lucido (bass, backing vocals), and Sean T. Lane (drums).

Ann welcomed a very special guest for the show encore: her sister and fellow Heart member, Nancy Wilson. The duo had not performed together since 2019, but reunited for a raucous rendition of the band’s classic 1977 hit, “Barracuda.”

Nancy Wilson

Ann addressed the audience: “Ladies and gentlemen, we have an answer to a question for you tonight.” “A very, very good friend of mine—more than a friend. Let’s bring her out. Come on.”

Concord Records released Heart’s most recent album, Beautiful Broken, in 2016. Shortly after the record’s release, the group went on hiatus due to tensions between the Wilson sisters.

They reconciled for a tour in 2019, which was the last time they would perform together until last October in California.

Ann and Nancy have been touring with their solo bands for the past two years. According to reports, the Wilson sisters are working together on new Heart music.

Throughout their career, Heart has sold more than 35 million records and performed over 2,500 shows worldwide.

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