Following successful runs in Latin America (Peru, Chile, Argentina, Brazil and México) and Europe (Sweden, Italy, France, Germany, and more), multi-platinum-selling and GRAMMY® Award-winning rockers Megadeth will return to the North America this summer for their 34-date Destroy All Enemies trek. The Live Nation-produced tour, with special guests Mudvayne and All That Remains, begins August 2nd in Rogers, Arkansas before wrapping in Nashville, Tennessee on September 28th. Tickets and additional information for all the dates is available here.

For the live shows, Megadeth founder and frontman Dave Mustaine and his bandmates will perform classic hits from Rust In Peace, Countdown to Extinction, and more from the band’s extensive catalog, along with material from their latest studio album The Sick, The Dying… And The Dead! featuring some of Mustaine’s strongest-ever songwriting. 

“We are all playing tight, and that has made it possible for me to really focus on solos and singing, we are playing more songs than ever before, and we are closer to each other, onstage AND off,” shares Mustaine. “I’m excited to see Mudvayne, and All That Remains. Join us as we DESTROY ALL ENEMIES.” 

Megadeth are renowned for their unparalleled energy and mastery on stage. In 2023, the band dominated arenas and festivals, reaffirming its status as one of heavy metal’s most formidable live acts. Dubbed “as ferocious and hard-hitting as ever” by AllMusic, Megadeth enjoyed sold-out shows and critical acclaim on the latest run of the Crush The World Tour captivating audiences and showcasing the latest and greatest hits.

Megadeth “Destroy All Enemies U.S. Tour 2024” Dates with support from Mudvayne and All That Remains:


2 –  Rogers, AR – Walmart AMP

3 –  Houston, TX – 713 Music Hall

5 –  Albuquerque, NM – Isleta Amphitheatre

6 –  Denver, CO – Ball Arena

8 –  Phoenix, AZ – Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre 

9 –  Los Angeles, CA – YouTube Theater

10 – Concord, CA – Toyota Pavilion at Concord

12 – Auburn, WA – White River Amphitheatre

13 – Bend, OR – Hayden Homes Amphitheater

15 – Los Angeles, CA – YouTube Theater

16 – Las Vegas, NV – Bakkt Theatre at Planet Hollywood

17 – Salt Lake City, UT – Maverick Arena*

20 – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

21 – Austin, TX – Germania Insurance Amphitheater

23 – Macon, GA – Atrium Health Macon Amphitheater*

24 – West Palm Beach, FL – IThink Financial Amphitheatre


3 –  Tinley Park, IL – Credit Union 1 Amphitheatre

5 –  Huntington, WV – Marshall Health Network Arena*

6 –  Charlotte, NC – PNC Music Pavilion

7 –  Raleigh, NC – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek

9 –  Reading, PA – Santander Arena*

10 – Albany, NY – MVP Arena*

11 – Boston, MA – Leader Bank

13 – Bethel, MY – Bethel Woods Center For The Arts

14 – Wantagh, NY – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater

15 – Richmond, VA – Virginia Credit Union Live!*

17 – Cincinnati, OH – Riverbend Music Center

18 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE

20 – Noblesville, IN – Ruoff Music Center

21 – Clarkston, MI – Pine Knob Music Theatre

24 – Minneapolis, MN – The Armory

26 – St Louis, MO – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre STL

27 – Southaven, MS – Bankplus Amphitheater at Snowden Grove*

28 – Nashville, TN – Nashville Municipal Auditorium

*non-Live Nation Dates

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3 Responses

  1. I had tickets to Megadeth and Lamb of God in Columbus, Ohio back in 2020. It was cancelled because of the manmade virus and never rescheduled. They haven’t added Columbus to any tours since. Damn shame. Not driving to Cincy or Cleveland for a shitty sounding outdoor show either. Indoors are where it’s at for me.

  2. I have a serious question for my fellow rivet heads…..

    I love Megadeth, seen them perform live countless times, last time almost ten years ago. Lately, while performing live,
    Megadeth has been downtuning their guitars to perform songs in a lower key than originally recorded. This is being done to accommodate Dave Mustaine’s vocals. Personally, I hate listening to songs performed in a lower key than originally recorded. IMO, the songs lose alot of “punch”.

    So, I’m torn on what to do about attending a Megadeth show. I love Megadeth, but I hate the songs performed in a lower key.

    So, how do you, my fellow rivet heads, feel about this situation? Does it prevent you from attending concerts? As all our favorite bands get older, more and more are doing it for their live performances, and, while understandable for aging vocal
    reasons, I’m seriously bothered by it.

  3. In all honesty Rattle, I don’t go see them anymore because of Dave’s dying voice. Also, not his tightest & latest pickup band. I know they’re great players , but eh energy doesn’t seem to be there. Last time I saw Dave was The Big Four Yankee Stadium Sept, 20011. Drover & Broderick w/ Dave, Jr. were still knock it out during Rust In Peace Anniversary shows.

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