AUSTIN, Texas — John Mayer is set to return to the Moody Center this fall, a year and a half after he played the center's opening weekend.
Mayer is opening his North American "SOLO" tour, with special guest JP Saxe, on Monday, March 27, in Atlanta. The tour will last for the majority of the year, with the last tour date scheduled for Nov. 10 in Los Angeles.
Mayer will once again grace the Moody Center stage on Nov. 1. This is Mayer's second time performing on the new performing arts center's stage – the first time was the inaugural weekend in April 2022.
Tickets will be available for venue pre-sale on Thursday, March 30, at 9 a.m. CT. After the venue pre-sale, tickets for the general public will be available on March 31 at 9 a.m.
Before his stop in Austin, Mayer will be in Dallas on Oct. 28, and in Houston on Oct. 31.
The Moody Center stage will feature KISS in October and Depeche Mode in September.
Mayer has won seven Grammy awards out of his 19 nominations. This includes Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance for his song "Gravity" in 2009. He also won Best Male Pop Vocal Performance in 2007 for "Waiting on the World to Change," which was on his third released album "Continuum" which was released in 2006.