Cage the Elephant returning to Charlotte and Raleigh this summer following release of new album, ‘Neon Pill’

By CLTure

February 29, 2024

Known for their high-energy concerts and festival performances, Kentucky rock band Cage the Elephant has announced a 2024 tour with two dates in North Carolina: Raleigh on August 3 at Coastal Credit Union Music Park and Charlotte on March 4 at PNC Music Pavilion. The tour announcement coincides with news of their sixth studio album, Neon Pill, set to be released on May 17 through RCA Records, their first since 2019.

Led by dynamic frontman Matt Shultz (vocals) with his brother Brad Shultz (guitar), Cage the Elephant won the Grammy for Best Rock Album in 2017 (Tell Me I’m Pretty) and 2020 (Social Cues). The band released a new song, “Out Loud,” with tour announcement and the title track, “Neon Pill,” back in January.

Cage the Elephant will be joined by alternative rockers Young the Giant and Bakar on all dates except Charlotte, where Young the Giant will not play (likely due to a radius clause). Cage the Elephant is also scheduled to perform at Bonnaroo, Hangout Music Festival, and Oceans Calling in 2024.

Presale starts Tuesday, March 5 at 10 a.m. and tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday, March 8 at 10 a.m. 

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