Is Daisy Jones & The Six going on tour? Here's what the cast has to say about it

If Riley Keough and Sam Claflin are coming to a stadium near us, trust that we'll be there

Is Daisy Jones & The Six going on tour
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Anyone else dying for a Daisy Jones & The Six stadium tour this summer? The cast isn't opposed to it. 

After watching Amazon Prime's breakout series of the year, Daisy Jones & The Six, aired at the beginning of March, we've been incessantly humming all of the songs in our heads, and trying to figure out how to get the exact '70s wardrobes of all of the characters. 

If you can relate, you might be wondering if the once fictional (but now actually very real) band will ever perform their music live in front of an audience - and we mean a real, honest to God audience, not the kind they hired for the show. Although, if there's a season 2 in the works, we're happily volunteering ourselves to stand in any audiences needed for filming for the Fleetwood Mac-inspired band

With the popularity of the band's album Aurora rising on the charts with each passing week (the band already has an average of 2.5 million listeners per month, according to Spotify), the chances for a DJ&TS tour seem more and more realistic. Luckily, the cast and creative team seem to be on board, too. 

Is Daisy Jones & The Six going on tour

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"We’d love to," Josh Whitehouse, who plays bassist Eddie Roundtree, told Deadline at SXSW. According to Deadline, Sam Claflin, who plays the band's frontman Billy Dunne, and Sebastian Chacon, who plays drummer Warren Rojas, both agree. 

"I don’t know how plausible it is, but the hope is there [and] the desire is there,” Claflin said. “And there seems to be enough people that are asking for it to happen.”

Uh, yeah, it's us. 

Co-creator of the show Scott Neustadter said he would love for it to happen, but scheduling would probably be the biggest hurdle to jump. "If we can figure out a time in which everybody is together. I think they absolutely would love to do it."

We believe him, too. Judging by the apparent chemistry that the cast has created on and off-stage, we already know that a live concert with the cast would be so much fun. Plus, we know the band underwent extensive music training to learn how to play  all of their instruments and sing all of the songs, namely Sam Claflin and Riley Keough, so we'd love to see them put all of that hard work to use for at least one live show.

Riley Keough also agreed that a live concert would be incredible for the cast members. "I think that we’d all love to, if it was the right moment," she told Variety. "We want a comeback show!"

So, there are some pretty strong possibilities that the cast could be playing some live shows in the future - let's all pray to the scheduling gods that the cast and crew can figure out a few dates that work for them. 

Madeline Merinuk
US Lifestyle News Writer

Madeline Merinuk is woman&home's US lifestyle news writer, covering celebrity, entertainment, fashion, and beauty news.

She graduated in 2021 with a B.A. in Journalism from Hofstra University, winning multiple student journalism awards, including a National Hearst Award, during her time there. After graduating, she worked at, the digital site for the Today Show, where she wrote pop culture news and interviewed big-name personalities like Emily Ratajkowski, Haley Lu Richardson, Emma Corrin, and more.

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