Creed ‘Are You Ready?’ Nov/Dec ’24 Tour With 3 Doors Down & Mammoth WVH

February 7, 2024

If you haven’t heard, Creed is back! They already have sold-out dates at amphitheaters across North America on this summer’s ‘Summer of ’99’ tour. And now, another tour has been unveiled – The “Are You Ready?” Tour – 20 arena shows that starts in November ’24 and has 3 Doors Down, Mammoth WVH and Finger Eleven as support!

You’ll can buy tickets through general on-sale starting this Friday, February 9 at 10 a.m. local time on

“Are You Ready?” tour dates:

Nov. 02 – Oklahoma City, OK – Paycom Center *
Nov. 03 – Little Rock, AR – Simmons Bank Arena *
Nov. 06 – Kansas City, MO – T-Mobile Center *
Nov. 08 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena *
Nov. 09 – Biloxi, MS – Mississippi Coast Coliseum *
Nov. 12 – Corpus Christi, TX – American Bank Center Arena *
Nov. 13 – Fort Worth, TX – Dickies Arena *
Nov. 15 – Austin, TX – Moody Center ATX *
Nov. 16 – Bossier City, LA – Brookshire Grocery Arena *
Nov. 19 – Grand Rapids, MI – Van Andel Arena *
Nov. 20 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena *
Nov. 22 – Cleveland, OH – Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse *
Nov. 23 – Baltimore, MD – CFG Bank Arena *
Nov. 25 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre ^
Nov. 27 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena ^
Nov. 29 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden *
Nov. 30 – Bangor, ME – Cross Insurance Center *
Dec. 02 – Allentown, PA – PPL Center #
Dec. 04 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena *
Dec. 05 – Orlando, FL – Kia Center #


When the band announced the “Summer of ’99” Tour, singer Scott Stapp said, “Well, I have to say that I didn’t know that anything would happen beyond the cruises. I was kind of looking at it as, ‘Let’s feel it out. Let’s see how the cruises go. And then let’s make some decisions after that.’ But I think that once we got together and did a [photo shoot], the managers were kind of saying, ‘All right. Here’s this opportunity. Let’s do this. Let’s do that,’ it definitely made me feel comfortable enough to pull the trigger, if you will, on moving forward with that.”

And, how crazy is this – Stapp said he “had hesitation” about committing to a tour because, “I had a solo record that was probably the most arduous labor of love that felt like everything in the world that could possibly come against me getting this record done, in every area of my life, so I was, like, ‘Man, I wanna promote this record.’ And so, after having some long conversations with management and then getting together with the guys and feeling their vibe with the cruises, I realized that they all can live together. [Creed guitarist Mark Tremonti] is doing [select shows and recordings with] the [Frank] Sinatra thing, and they’ve got other things, I’m sure, that they’re gonna be releasing. And so it just helps everything else. But, again, I’m really looking forward to seeing how this initial positivity translates into the dynamic of the band, because I tell you what — if we can get our hearts and our spirits and our minds back to where we were as a unit in ’94, ’95, ’96, I tell you, we may just go out there, when the time is right, and write the best Creed album we’ve ever done. That’s where my heart is. And so we’ll see what happens.”

Stapp was recently a guest of SiriusXM’s “Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk” and talked about the positive response to Creed’s reunion, “Well, it’s not surprising in the context of I knew that there was a new generation of Creed fans being born, and then also the fans from the past were re-engaging with Creed because of everything that was going viral. It started in late 2020, then in 2021, 2022, 2023, between TikTok and Instagram and YouTube and all the social media platforms, we just started having this resurgence. And it was shocking at first ’cause I was, like, it came out of nowhere, but to see the reception and to see that there was so much love out there for the band… I expected a positive reaction and a positive reception, but I didn’t know it was gonna be like this. I had no idea.”

Creed broke up in 2004, reunited five years later for the “Full Circle” LP and tour. They’ve been quiet since. All that is about to change. 

Are you ready?

If you could bring any band back from hiatus/retirement/break up, which band would get the nod?


Written by Todd Hancock