Jared Leto climbs Empire State Building to announce Thirty Seconds to Mars’ world tour


Jared Leto decided to celebrate the announcement of Thirty Seconds to Mars 2024 world tour by climbing the Empire State Building in New York City. The Oscar-winning actor and musician is an avid climber, and decided that he would attempt the first ever climb of the New York landmark.

Leto posted on social media: “JARED LETO CLIMBS ICONIC EMPIRE STATE BUILDING TO CELEBRATE THE LAUNCH OF THIRTY SECONDS TO MARS’ MASSIVE GLOBAL TOUR Today we launch SEASONS WORLD TOUR 2024 in celebration of our brand new album, It’s The End of The World But It’s a Beautiful Day!! We are so excited to get back out on the road and to come see you in so many amazing places all over the world 🖤 It’s been too long. We miss you. We love you. And let us know where we will see you soon 👀 North America presale starts tomorrow at 10am local (Password: Seasons) and all tickets on sale Friday November 17!

Said Leto: “The building is a testament of all the things that can be done in the world if we put our minds to it, which is largely the inspiration behind our most recent album, ‘It’s The End Of The World But It’s A Beautiful Day.’” Thirty Seconds to Mars’ sixth studio release, It’s the End of the World But It’s a Beautiful Day, was released in September and features the lead single “Stuck” as well as their most recent release, “Seasons.”

Thirty Seconds to Mars’ 2024 world tour will launch March in South America, following with legs in the U.K. and Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand through September. For North American audiences, the shows will feature support from AFI, Poppy and Kennyhoopla.

A pre-sale will be available for the North American dates beginning on Friday, November 10 at 10am local time. Fans can use the password ‘SEASONS’ to access it. General on-sale will commence on Friday, November 17 at 10am local time. For ticketing, head to Ticketmaster.

For more information, check out the official Thirty Seconds To Mars website here.

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