Beck and Phoenix 2023 tour presale and general ticket release dates: What we know

Bruno Cooke January 24, 2023
Beck and Phoenix 2023 tour presale and general ticket release dates: What we know
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Beck and Phoenix have announced they will co-headline a 2023 tour, during which the likes of Japanese Breakfast, Weyes Blood, Jenny Lewis, and Sir Chloe will join them at various stages.

Fans of both headline bands will undoubtedly be keen to know exactly when and how to get their hands on presale/early access tickets to the tour.

Beck’s most recent release was Hyperspace, in 2019. He almost joined Arcade Fire on their North American tour in 2022, but dropped out.

Phoenix, meanwhile, released Alpha Zulu only last year. It was their first album since Ti Amo, which came out in 2017. 

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All we know about fan presale and early access tickets/codes for Beck and Phoenix’s 2023 tour

While the general public onsale for Beck and Phoenix’s joint 2023 Summer Odyssey tour begins on January 27, presales for VIP packages and fan club members will begin January 24.

Specifically, Phoenix’s artist presale for the band’s 2023 tour begins Tuesday, January 24, 2023 at 10am local time.

Likewise, according to Beck’s Instagram post, an artist presale will begin at 10am local time on Tuesday, January 24 for early access tickets to see him on tour in 2023.

According to Zumic, the Beck fan club presale code is “KOSMOS.”

Are there other presales for Beck and Phoenix’s 2023 tour?

Yes – Zumic also expects a VIP package presale to take place at the same time as the artist presales.

Not only that, but Chase cardholders, Live Nation members, and those with the LN Mobile App should all be able to get early access tickets for Beck/Phoenix’s 2023 tour. It may also be worth checking your venue, in case they are holding a presale of their own, or vending tickets via their own schedule.

As mentioned above, the Beck fan club presale code is reportedly “KOSMOS.”

And per Zumic, the Chase presale code is “541712,” although completing a purchase will also require using the correct card; the Live Nation presale code is “SOUND”; and the LN Mobile App presale code is “COVERT.” 

Note: Consequence reckons Beck and Phoenix’s 2023 Live Nation presale will start a day later than the artist presale, i.e., on January 25 – also at 10am local time.

Where to buy tickets

Tickets for the tour will be available to purchase online via Ticketmaster.

Alternatively, you can access tickets via each band’s website. However, doing so via Beck’s will still bring you to Ticketmaster. The Phoenix website, meanwhile, redirects to Bands In Town.

The tour will begin on August 1, 2023 in Seattle, at the Climate Pledge Arena. It will end on September 10 in Columbia, Maryland, at the Merriweather Post Pavilion. 

According to Pitchfork, Sir Chloe will be the most frequent supporting act, accompanying the bands on all but one date. The second most frequent supporting act will be Weyes Blood, with Jenny Lewis and Japanese Breakfast coming in joint third.

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How much do tickets to see Beck and Phoenix tend to cost?

Based on SeatGeek’s analysis, secondary market Beck tickets go for an average price of $107. Phoenix tickets tend to be slightly cheaper, at $75.

TicketSmarter has Get Tickets links next to all of the dates on Beck and Phoenix’s upcoming 2023 tour. The prices it quotes are between $60 and $150, with the majority falling under $130.

Either way, it doesn’t look like fans will have to pay through the nose to see their favorite bands this year. As long as their favorite bands are Beck and Phoenix, that is.

Over on Twitter, Phoenix fans have been lamenting that the band won’t be stopping in Montreal or Vancouver, nor Atlanta. But there may be opportunities to see either Beck or Phoenix in 2023 outside their joint Summer Odyssey tour, for example at festivals and the like.

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Bruno Cooke has been a freelance journalist since 2019, primarily with GRV Media. He was an early contributor to The Focus, and has written for HITC, Groundviews and the Sheffield University newspaper – he earned his MA in Global Journalism there in 2021. He’s the Spoken Word Poetry Editor for The Friday Poem, and self-published his debut novel Reveries in 2019, which his mum called both a “fine read” and “excellent Christmas present”. Bruno has lived in China, Sri Lanka and the Philippines and likes, among other things: bicycle touring, black and white Japanese films, pub quizzes, fermentation and baklava. In 2023, Bruno will set off with his partner on a round-the-world cycle.