tours announced: Angels & Airwaves, Noname, Duster, Toasters, Felice Bros, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
ANGELS & AIRWAVES
Yesterday, the Tom Delonge-less blink-182 released a new song, and today Tom Delonge’s band Angels & Airwaves have expanded their first tour in seven years. Lots of shows sold out and were upgraded to larger venues, and new shows in Anaheim and LA were added. (The NYC show is 9/17 at Playstation Theater and sold out.) All dates and available tickets here.
Noname revealed that she decided on a title for her next album, so hopefully that means we’ll be hearing more about it soon! Meanwhile, she also has a bunch of tour dates coming up, beginning with a GovBall After Dark show at Brooklyn Bowl on 5/31 (tickets) and also hitting Governors Ball on Randall’s Island soon after that. She also plays Chicago, Raleigh, Atlanta, New Orleans, Detroit, LA (including two Hollywood Bowl shows: one with Chromeo and Toro y Moi and one with Herbie Hancock and R+R=NOW). All dates and tickets here.
THE FELICE BROTHERS
The Felice Brothers just released new album Undress (stream it below) and are on tour now with Jonathan Rice, and play record release shows at Brooklyn’s Bell House on Friday (5/10) and Kingston, NY’s BSP Kingston on Saturday (5/11). They’ve just added even more summer dates, including a show at Garcia’s at Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY on July 5. All tour dates are listed here.
The reunited Duster, who had their previous works collected on the Capsule Losing Contact box set earlier this year, are working on new music, and have shows this summer, including two NYC shows with Snail Mail. They’ve just added another NYC-area show, playing NJ’s Asbury Park Brewery on August 4. All dates are here.
KEVIN DEVINE / JOHN K SAMSON / SHANNEN MOSER TOUR BEGINS
Kevin Devine and The Weakerthans frontman John K Samson put out a split 7″ last fall, and their tour together, along with Shannen Moser, starts tonight in College Park, MD, then hits Philly (5/10), Woodstock (5/12), Portsmouth, NH (5/14) and Hamden, CT (5/17). John also plays a show at Brooklyn’s Rough Trade on May 15, and he’ll be touring with Frank Turner. Meanwhile, Bad Books, Kevin’s collaborative project with Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull and Robert McDowell, will tour behind their forthcoming album as well.
NYC ska vets The Toasters are on an international tour as we speak, hitting Poland tonight (5/8). They’ve got US shows later this year, including Punk Rock Bowling, New Haven’s Cafe Nine on 9/17, Brooklyn’s Kingsland on 9/20, Long Island’s Amityville Music Hall on 9/22, and more. All dates and tickets here. In related news, former Toasters vocalist Coolie Ranx’s band Pilfers are playing Rocks Off’s Radicsfest on 7/19 at Gramercy Theatre with Mephiskapheles, Spring Heeled Jack, Hub City Stompers, Rude Boy George, and Sgt. Scag.
Bittersweet news: legendary Texas rap group Geto Boys announced a farewell tour following Bushwick Bill’s stage 4 pancreatic cancer diagnosis.
THIS IS HARDCORE
Philly’s This Is Hardcore announced its 2019 lineup, including Gorilla Biscuits, Saves The Day, Code Orange, Cro-Mags “JM,” OFF!, and much more.
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