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tours announced: Giorgio Moroder, Clutch/Messthetics, Heron Oblivion, more

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The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.


Meg Baird has been busy this year with the reunited Espers and her upcoming album with Mary Lattimore, but in December, she’ll re-assume her position as singer of the great psych-rock supergroup Heron Oblivion for shows in Jersey City, Philly, and Brooklyn. All dates here.


Clutch’s North American tour behind last month’s Book of Bad Decisions is currently underway, which includes two NYC dates at Irving Plaza on 10/26 and 10/27. The band just added more dates to their tour as part of their annual holiday run, with support from Fugazi spinoff band The Messthetics, as well as Lionize, and Mike Dillon Band. The tour will hit several cities along the east coast, including Baltimore, Sayreville, Portland, and Clifton Park, with a NYE show in Cleveland. Tickets go on sale Friday (10/12) at noon, and you can find all those dates here.


Anika is out with her band Exploded View starting this month but will be back in North America for solo shows in early 2019.


Rappers Homeboy Sandman and Edan will release a collaborative album Humble PI on 10/26, and the two will be playing a record release show at NYC’s Brooklyn Bazaar on 10/25, with special guests expected to appear. Stream “#NeverUseTheInternetAgain,” the angry, anti-technological lead single from Humble PI, below.

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Playboi Carti has a ton of upcoming tour dates behind this year’s Die Lit, including shows in Seattle, Chicago, Miami, Montclair, NJ (Wellmont Theater on 11/30), Toronto, Houston, and many more. Check here for the full list of dates.


Disco/dance music legend Giorgio Moroder announced his first-ever live tour, which hits tons of cities around Europe, including dates in London, Dublin, Berlin, and others. No US dates as of yet. View all upcoming shows here.


The Hedwig creator will celebrate 20 years of his hit musical with the Origin of Love Tour. He’ll share Hedwig songs and stories at 2019 shows in NYC, DC, Chicago and Boston.


Fast-rising indie pop artist G Flip (real name Georgia Flipo) announced her first US headlining shows, including stops in NYC (Baby’s All Right on 11/12), Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Aside from these shows, she also has some dates in the UK and her home country of Australia. All upcoming shows are listed here.


Girlpool will be on tour with Porches starting in late October and right before that starts they’ll play Baby’s All Right’s fifth birthday party.


Santa Cruz melodic punk vets Good Riddance are going on a short East Coast tour in continued support of their 2015 comeback album Peace In Our Time. The tour starts in Allston, MA before hitting NYC’s Brooklyn Bazaar on 11/8 and then making stops in Philly, Virginia Beach, and DC. All dates here.


Not a tour, but punk supergroup Beach Rats (members of Lifetime, The Bouncing Souls, Dag Nasty, Bad Religion) announced their first Brooklyn show. Lifetime, The Bouncing Souls, Dag Nasty, and Bad Religion also all have upcoming shows.


The lineup for TIDAL’s annual charity show at Barclays Center has been announced, including Lil Wayne, Lauryn Hill, Meek Mill, Anderson Paak, Vic Mensa, and more. It happens the day after Lauryn Hill’s Miseducation tour hits Newark.

Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.

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