Toto Announce 2022 U.S. Tour Dates

Toto will hit the road for a stretch of U.S. tour dates in early 2022.

The newly announced concerts will be part of the group’s Dogz of Oz world tour, kicking off Feb. 25 in Las Vegas. Initial dates stretch through March 19 and include stops in Atlantic City, Detroit and Kansas City. Further shows are expected to be unveiled in the coming weeks.

See the newly announced list of tour stops below.

With the unveiling of their U.S. concerts, 2022 is shaping up to be quite a busy year for Toto. The group — whose current lineup is fronted by guitarist Steve Lukather and vocalist Joseph Williams — also have a separate string of dates opening for Journey in April and May. From there, Toto will head overseas for a run of European shows throughout the summer.

Earlier this year, Lukather and Williams released their own solo efforts, with each musician mixing covers and original tunes into their respective albums. Those releases were soon followed by With a Little Help From My Friends, a Toto concert event recorded during a pay-per-view livestream performance in November 2020.

The group’s classic song “Africa” also recently reached an impressive milestone, surpassing one billion streams on Spotify.

Toto, Dogz of Oz 2022 U.S. Tour
Feb. 25 – Las Vegas @ Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas
Feb. 26 – Indio, Calif. @ Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
Feb. 28 – Tucson, Ariz. @ The Rialto Theatre
March 2 – Midland, Texas @ Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center
March 3 – Corpus Christi, Texas @ American Bank Center – Selena Auditorium
March 6 – Mobile, Ala. @ Saenger Theatre
March 7 – Jacksonville, Fla. @ Florida Theatre
March 9 – Charleston, S.C. @ Charleston Music Hall
March 10 – Durham, N.C. @ Durham Performing Arts Center
March 12 – Atlantic City @ Ocean Casino Resort – Ovation Halllee
March 14 – Munhall, Pa. @ Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall
March 15 – Detroit @ MotorCity Casino Hotel – Sound Board
March 19 – Kansas City, Mo. @ Uptown Theatre

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