tours announced: Lil Yachty/Bhad Bhabie, Pinback, Turnover, Yelle, Petal, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
LIL YACHTY / BHAD BHABIE
Lil Yachty collaborated with “cash me ousside” girl turned rapper Bhad Bhabie on “Gucci Flip Flops,” and now he’s going on a tour with support from her. The “Disrespect Tour” includes stops in Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Rhode Island, and more.
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Indie rock vets Pinback went on an Autumn of the Seraphs 10th anniversary tour last year (after taking a short break as a band), and they’re hitting the road again for a West Coast tour this fall. All dates here.
TURNOVER and CITIZEN (opening for The Story So Far)
Dream pop band Turnover and post-hardcore/punk band Citizen will be on tour together this fall, opening for pop punk band The Story So Far. Dates include stops in NYC, NJ, Philly, Atlanta, Austin, LA, and more.
With their new album, Marauder, out this week, Interpol are gearing up for a world tour in support. They’ve just added more 2019 North American dates, which lead up to their big Madison Square Garden show with Car Seat Headrest and Snail Mail. They’re also streaming this Friday’s show at Brooklyn’s House of Vans.
With her terrific new album just out and summer tour complete, Mitski is gearing up for her fall tour which starts in Europe and the UK, and then heads back to North America. She’s added additional shows in Brooklyn, Philadelphia and DC.
With new single “OMG!!!” out now (watch the slightly NSFW video below), French pop vet Yelle will be on tour in the U.S. this fall, including shows in Miami, Atlanta, Baltimore, Philly, and the tour wraps up with three nights at Brooklyn’s Elsewhere Zone One on November 8, 10 & 11 (tickets). All dates and tickets are here.
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KERO KERO BONITO
UK group Kero Kero Bonito begin their extensive fall North American tour in mid-October which includes East Coast dates with Tanukichan and West Coast dates with Frankie Cosmos. Their show at Elsewhere Hall (11/17) sold out, so they’ve added another Brooklyn show on 11/18 at Market Hotel (tickets on sale 8/24). All dates are listed here and look out for a new KKB LP this fall.
PETAL (with OKKERVIL RIVER, then SHAKEY GRAVES)
Petal has more dates coming up behind her very solid new album Magic Gone. She’s opening Okkervil River’s Brooklyn show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on 9/13, and then she tours Europe and the UK with Shakey Graves (who released a psychedelic new album this year). All Petal dates can be found here.
RAKIM / PHAROAHE MONCH
Rakim, who recently released a new song and reunited with Eric B, has more dates coming up, including an edition of J.Period’s ‘Live Mixtape’ at NYC’s Sony Hall on 9/13. That’s with Pharoahe Monch, who also plays a big fundraiser at Mercury Lounge (9/1) earlier that same month. All Rakim dates here.
Cleveland emo-ish indie rockers Runaway Brother followed their 2015 debut Mother with New Pocket earlier this year on Tiny Engines, and they’re heading out on tour in continued support of it. The tour includes stops in Asbury Park, Amityville, Brooklyn, West Haven, Boston, and more. All dates here. Stream the new album:
LIFETIME / COLD WORLD
NJ melodic hardcore vets Lifetime are playing 2018 shows with Cold World.
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KILLSWITCH ENGAGE/ CROWBAR
Killswitch Engage announced makeup dates and sludge vets Crowbar are opening the new shows.
Dinosaur Jr frontman J Mascis announced a new solo album and tour.
PHOEBE BRIDGERS / JULIEN BAKER / LUCY DACUS
In addition to releasing a collaborative EP as boygenius, Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker, and Lucy Dacus are touring together.
The legendary David Crosby is hitting the road this fall supporting an upcoming new album.
Bob Dylan expanded his 2018 tour, adding shows in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and more.
John Nolan (Taking Back Sunday, Straylight Run) announced a new solo album and full-band tour.
Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.