tours announced: Bob Weir, Tennis/Molly Burch, Colin Hay, Protomartyr, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
BOB WEIR + WOLF BROS
Dead & Co wrapped up a chunk of their Fall Fun Run, and after taking a break, they’ll do a New Year’s run in LA and San Francisco, followed by their concert vacation Playing In The Sand in early January. After that, Bob Weir will tour the US with his trio Wolf Bros, who play stripped-down versions of Dead songs (and more). That tour hits Albany, Pittsburgh, Burlington, Columbus, Chicago, Miami, Orlando, Asheville, Nashville, Louisville, and more. All dates and tickets for both Wolf Bros and Dead & Co here.
TENNIS / MOLLY BURCH
Indie pop duo Tennis are gearing up to release their fifth album, Swimmer, in February and have just announced a tour with Molly Burch. The tour kicks off February 25 in Kansas City and wrap up May 9 in St. Louis, hitting most major U.S. and Canadian cities along with way. There’s an NYC show on April 28 at Brooklyn Steel. Head here for all tour dates and watch their video for “Runner”:
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MATT & KIM
Matt & Kim began their tour celebrating the tenth anniversary of their sophomore album Grand earlier this fall, and they still have more shows ahead through the end of the month, including two NYC dates, Terminal 5 on November 24 and Brooklyn Steel on November 25. The Frights open both shows, and you can see all upcoming dates here.
MATISYHAU – ‘FESTIVAL OF LIGHT’ TOUR w/ BEDOUIN SOUNDCLASH, YOUR OLD DROOG
Matisyahu is touring this fall and then doing his annual ‘Festival of Light’ Hanukkah shows, both of which are with Bedouin Soundclash, and the NYC show (12/29 at Brooklyn Steel) is extra exciting thanks to local support from rapper Your Old Droog. All dates and tickets here.
PROTOMARTYR (OPENING FOR JESUS LIZARD IN NYC)
Protomartyr are busy working on their new album but do have a couple U.S. shows lined up for December. They’ll play L.A.’s Belasco Theatre on 12/3 which is with Daughters and Show Me the Body; and they’ll be in NYC to open for The Jesus Lizard at Brooklyn Steel on New Year’s Eve.
Vagabon is on tour supporting Angel Olsen through mid December, including one of Angel’s three NYC shows at Brooklyn Steel (11/22). The day before, she’ll headline a free Noisey Nights show at Villain in Brooklyn with Aerial East and Binki. RSVPs for that are open, and you can see all of Vagabon’s upcoming dates here.
STANDING ON THE CORNER
Not a tour, but NYC avant-jazz-and-beyond collective (and Solange, Earl Sweatshirt, and Danny Brown collaborators) Standing on the Corner are playing a hometown one-off next week: November 19 at new venue The Dance (tickets). As we witnessed earlier this year, their shows are really something special.
UPDATE: The Standing On the Corner show was originally scheduled for 11/18 but it was moved to 11/19.
Electronic musician Leon Vynehall is back with a new single and he’s got some US dates announced for 2020.
Amanda Shires has announced a headlining tour for 2020.
OM / WOVENHAND
Sleep may be going on indefinite hiatus after their New Year’s run, but Al Cisneros is staying busy with his band Om, who announced a lengthy tour with Wovenhand for 2020.
Thursday are playing some headlining West Coast shows around the time they open My Chemical Romance’s first reunion show in LA, and they’ll be joined on stage by Saves The Day’s Chris Conley.
Having opened tours for Robyn and Toro y Moi this year, Channel Tres will do a headlining tour in spring 2020.
TNGHT’s first EP in seven years (and second overall) is out today, and they announced live dates in support of it.
Danish group Efterklang are playing the 2020 edition of Big Ears and will be playing other U.S. and Canada shows while here. It’s their first North American tour in seven years and includes stops in Brooklyn, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
THE TALLEST MAN ON EARTH
The Tallest Man on Earth canceled eight shows of his fall North American tour — including a big show at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall — but he’s just announced he’ll be back in the spring, including multi-night runs in Chicago, San Francisco, L.A. and NYC. There are also single night shows in Philly, Boston, DC and Portsmouth, VA.
Men At Work frontman Colin Hay will be on tour in 2020, with a major North American leg that kicks off February 27 in Santa Barbara, CA and wraps up May 10 in Dallas. There are also shows in Portland, Seattle, Chicago, DC, Boston, Atlanta, NYC (City Winery on April 7 & 8), Austin and more. All dates are here.
Wye Oak have just announced a tour, called JOIN, that will not only feature a four-to-six member expanded lineup of the group, but will also see them performing songs by Wasner’s solo project Flock of Dimes and Andy Stack’s solo project Joyero.
Dan Snaith has taken Caribou out of hibernation, releasing “Home,” the project’s first single in five years, last month and prepping a 2020 tour. North American dates wrap up in March in NYC, and Caribou have added more shows, including a second NYC date.
SHARON VAN ETTEN/JAY SOM
Sharon Van Etten is headed on a tour of the Southeastern US with Jay Som in 2020, including a Nashville show where they’ll also be joined by Julien Baker.
Trippie Redd released a new song with DaBaby and announced a tour today.
After taking 2019 off, The National’s Ohio festival returns for its second edition from May 8-10, 2020.
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