John Stamos to join The Beach Boys on upcoming ‘Endless Summer Gold’ tour

John Stamos is set to join The Beach Boys on their upcoming ‘Endless Summer Gold’ tour, which commemorates the 50th anniversary of their 1974 compilation album ‘Endless Summer’.

John Stamos will join The Beach Boys on 16 of the group’s upcoming shows from May to August this year. These include concerts in states such as New York, North Caroline, Chicago and more.

This will follow the actor’s recent appearance at the band’s Stagecoach Festival 2024 set, where he performed ‘Do It Again’ alongside the band and guest musician Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath.

The ‘Endless Summer Gold’ 2024 tour dates with John Stamos are:

MAY 2024
30 – Staten Island, New York, St. George Theatre
31 – Utica, New York, Stanley Theatre


JUNE 2024
01 – Holmdel, New Jersey, PNC Bank Arts Center
02 – Vienna, Virginia, Wolf Trap
15 – Manteo, North Carolina, Roanoke Island Festival Park
16 – Asheville, North Carolina, Salvage Station
18 – Roanoke, Virginia, Bergland Center
19 – Greensboro, North Carolina, Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts
20 – North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Alabama Theatre (Matinee)
20 – North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Alabama Theatre

JULY 2024
05 – Rochester Hills, Michigan, Meadow Brook Amphitheatre
06 – Indianapolis, Indiana, Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park
07 – Highland Park, Illinois, Ravinia Festival

30 – Los Angeles, California, Greek Theatre
31 – Temecula, California, Pechanga Resort Casino – Pechanga Summit


01 – San Diego, California, The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park

The actor has enjoyed a long relationship with The Beach Boys dating back to the 1980s. On the band’s 1992 album ‘Summer in Paradise’, Stamos performed a new rendition of their 1971 song ‘Forever’, which he would then go on to perform on at least three episodes of sitcom Full House.

The album was led by the single ‘Hot Fun in the Summertime’, where its music video featured Stamos playing drums with the band. Over the decades since, Stamos has appeared with the band on occasion, including in an episode of Dancing with the Stars.

The current iteration of The Beach Boys will not feature founding member Brian Wilson, who retired from touring in 2022. Wilson was recently placed under a court conservatorship due to a “major neurocognitive disorder”.


This Friday (May 24) will also see the release of The Beach Boys, a documentary about the band directed by Frank Marshall. The film will be a “celebration of the legendary band that revolutionised pop music and the iconic, harmonious sound they created that personified the California dream”.