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tours announced: Jungle Brothers, Tirzah, OM, Young M.A, Anuel AA, Noisem, more


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


UK art pop/R&B artist Tirzah will soon be touring the US for the first time, including stops in LA, Arizona (FORM Aroscanti Festival), and Brooklyn’s Elsewhere on 7/18. That Brooklyn date has since sold out, but she’s just added an evening show at the venue on the same day. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (4/19). Aside from these US dates, she’ll also be touring the UK and Europe, including stops at Primavera Sound, NOS Primavera Sound, and more. You can head here for all dates.


Not only are Sleep touring this year, Al Cisneros’ psychedelic band Om are too. They’re playing Mesa, Flagstaff, Denver, Taos, and Grand Junction, which follow the band’s shows in the UK and Europe earlier in the month. All dates here. No word yet on a new album or anything; their last LP came out seven years ago.


Losing half their band members didn’t stop Noisem from creating one of the strongest LPs of their career, 2019’s Cease To Exist, and the band just revealed a full US tour behind the album. The band’s new lineup will be touring in May and June, beginning in Cleveland, and hitting other cities including NYC (El Cortez on 6/8), Austin, Houston, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, St. Louis, and much more, with quality support from Call Of The Void and Organ Dealer on select dates. Tickets are on sale now, and you can find the full list of dates here.


Filipino indie-R&B artist No Rome just joined The 1975 on stage at Coachella for their collaborative song “Narcissist,” and now he has released the new single “Cashmoney” off his upcoming EP Crying In The Prettiest Places (due May 3 via Dirty Hit). He’s also opening The 1975’s tour, and added his own headlining NYC show happening May 23 at Rough Trade during that tour.


Latin trap artist Anuel AA is set to play the previously-announced Mega Mezcla at Prudential Center this Sunday (4/21) with J Balvin, Ozuna, Farruko, and more. He also has headlining tour dates of his own coming up, including Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum on 7/13, a just-added Las Vegas show in July, and other stops in Oakland, Phoenix, Tampa, San Antonio, and several other cities. All dates here.


NYC hip hop vets and Native Tongues founders Jungle Brothers have been touring on and off for a while now, and their upcoming schedule includes one US date at NYC’s Sony Hall on 5/26 (only VIP seating is available as of now). They’ve also got a show in Marseilles, France in September, and these are the group’s only dates at the moment. More info here.


Brooklyn rapper Young M.A is scheduled to play Miami’s Rolling Loud festival next month, but before then, she’ll be making a headlining appearance at Queens College’s Spring Fling, which goes down at the university’s Kupferberg Center for the Arts on 5/3. Her only other date at the moment is at Chicago’s “Summer Mayhem” event at UIC Pavillion on 5/25, with Soulja Boy and Yo Gotti.


Kurt Vile announced more dates with Dinosaur Jr. and Cate Le Bon, who both will open for him at his recently-announced Central Park Summerstage show in July. The CT show is with J Mascis solo.


Japanese band CHAI added more dates behind this year’s great PUNK, including a new date at Brooklyn’s MHOW, and further shows opening for The Drums (who also released their new LP Brutalism earlier this year).


The Go-Betweens cofounder Robert Forster announced his first solo tour in 10 years, behind his recent album Inferno, which ranks among his all-time best efforts.


Friends and frequent tourmates Aimee Mann and Jonathan Coulton are hitting the road together yet again this summer, playing dates across the Northeastern US.


Orange County punks Fury announced tour dates behind their anticipated new album Failed Entertainment, with support from Diztort on most dates.


Chicago trio Pink Avalanche (fronted by the prolific Che Arthur) are touring this month, which entails a mix of full-band shows and solo sets from Che, including two NYC-area dates.


Legendary UK doom band Pagan Altar’s vocalist Terry Jones sadly passed away in 2015, but original member Alan Jones (Terry’s son) has kept the band going with a new lineup, including Magic Circle frontman Brendan Radigan on vocals. They’re playing North American shows this summer.

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

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