tours announced: Bikini Kill, Sturgill Simpson, Jeff Rosenstock, Walter Martin, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
BIKINI KILL (DATES ADDED)
After a few one-off dates, the reunited Bikini Kill announced a 2020 spring tour earlier this week, and now that some of those shows (predictably) sold out quickly, the band has added second shows at Seattle’s The Paramount on 3/17 (with opener Mecca Normal), Portland’s Crystal Ballroom on 3/22 (with opener Table Sugar), and Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall on 5/19. These new dates are in addition to previously-announced shows in Philly, Washington DC, Cleveland, Silver Springs, Montreal, and more. Find updated dates here.
STURGILL SIMPSON / TYLER CHILDERS
Sturgill Simpson announced a massive North American tour happening in 2020 behind this year’s Sound & Fury, with Tyler Childers opening all dates. He’s just added several more shows, including second dates in Nashville, Detroit, Asheville, Minneapolis, and Knoxville. This follows already-announced stops in NYC (Madison Square Garden on 5/16), Philly, Toronto, Charlotte, St. Louis, and more. All dates listed here.
JEFF ROSENSTOCK (NYC RESIDENCY)
Jeff Rosenstock has announced a residency at NYC’s Trans-Pecos, happening on the first four Mondays in December.
Jonathan Fire*Eater’s Walter Martin (also of The Walkmen) announced a Brooklyn record release show behind his new LP, dedicated to late bandmate Stewart Lupton.
ASTROWORLD FESTIVAL (LINEUP)
Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival, which goes down tomorrow (11/9), unveiled its lineup including Migos, Young Thug, Pharrell, Marilyn Manson, Rosalia, and others.
PSYCHO LAS VEGAS 2019 LINEUP
Annual festival Psycho Las Vegas revealed its 2019 initial lineup, which includes Ty Segall, Mayhem, Blonde Redhead, and more.
THURSDAY (OPENING FOR MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE)
Thursday have been added as opener’s to My Chemical Romance’s December reunion show in LA.
Real Estate have yet to announce their new album, but they’ll be playing songs from it on their newly announced spring 2020 tour.
LIVE FROM HERE WITH CHRIS THILE
Live From Here with Chris Thile shows continue through December at NYC’s Town Hall, and recent additions to the lineup include Paul Simon, making up his October cancellation, and They Might Be Giants, added to the 11/16 date.
Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.