tours announced: Miranda Lambert, The Adicts, Little Steven cancels dates, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
Country singer Miranda Lambert will release new album Wildcard in November and she’s just announced a 2020 tour in support. Dates kick off January 16 in Tupelo, MS and she’ll play Biloxi, Birmingham, Nashville, Salt Lake City, Kansas City, Tulsa, Dallas, Denver, San Diego, Fresno, Boise, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Montreal and more. Head here for all dates.
LITTLE STEVEN CANCELS MOST OF TOUR
Steve Van Zandt has had to cancel most of his upcoming tour dates on doctor’s orders. “I thought I could shake this sinusitis, but it doesn’t seem to be going away,” said Van Zandt. “I’ve never canceled shows before. I feel terrible about this, but my doctors are telling me there’s just no way to continue right now. We were really looking forward to continuing this 90-show tour around the world. We want to thank the fans for all of their support. I really hope we can make up these dates someday somehow.” The only upcoming shows Little Steven will still play are Medford, MA on November 2, and NYC’s Beacon Theatre on November 6.
Comedian Rob Delaney, who you may know from his great Amazon series Catastrophe (or in Hobbs & Shaw), will be in NYC for the New Yorker Fest and will also play a stand-up show in Brooklyn.
Phish’s New Year’s Eve plans once again will be at NYC’s Madison Square Garden, the final of four shows there leading up to 2020. They have a few dates before that, including runs in Providence and Charleston, SC and a show at Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum on 12/1.
Jam band vets Umphrey’s McGee practically live on the road, bringing their highly psychedelic light show to towns everywhere. They recently announced 2020 dates that kick off with three in NYC — Beacon Theatre on January 17 & 18 and Brooklyn Bowl on January 19 — and then head to Pittsburgh, Columbus, Fort Wayne, Detroit, Asheville and more. Before that they’ll ring in the new year with a run of shows in Denver. All dates are here.
Theatrical British punks The Adicts are bringing their fun live show back to the States for shows around Halloween, including Vancouver, Seattle, Eugene, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego on Halloween proper, and Anaheim. Then in 2020, they’ll be back for East Coast and Midwest shows, including NYC (Gramercy Theatre on 1/16), Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, Atlanta, Charlotte and more. Head here for The Adicts’ tour schedule.
Nineties-era hip hop act Digable Planets reunited a few years back and have been going ever since (when not busy with other projects like Shabazz Palaces). They’ve got dates this fall, including shows in Denver, Chicago and a very cool Philly show on 11/23 with Naughty by Nature, Arrested Development and Black Sheep. All dates are here.
FREDDIE GIBBS / COUSIN STIZZ / BENNY THE BUTCHER / CONWAY THE MACHINE
Freddie Gibbs has been having a busy year, which has included the release of a new album with Madlib, a guest appearance on the new Cousin Stizz album, and more, and now he has announced a headlining tour with Cousin Stizz, Benny the Butcher, and Conway the Machine.
MEGAN THEE STALLION
Megan Thee Stallion is currently on the Legendary Nights Tour with Meek Mill, Future, YG, and Mustard — having recently played Jones Beach — and after that tour ends, Megan will be back in the NYC-area for Rolling Loud NYC at Citi Field (10/12-13) and then again for Power 105.1’s Powerhouse in Newark on 10/26. Right after Rolling Loud, Megan will hang around NYC for a small, headlining, FREE show in Brooklyn.
Experimental post-hardcore band Zeta are releasing their new album Mochima on November 3, and they’ve shared new single “Venezziola,” which is one of their most genre-defying tunes yet. It comes with a very cool video and a tour announcement too.
THE MIGHTY MIGHTY BOSSTONES
Ska-punk vets have announced their annual Hometown Throwdown, happening December 27, 28, and 29 at the House of Blues in Boston. Details here.
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