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tours announced: Mount Eerie, Gallant, Millencolin, Young Nudy, Wiki, Tycho, more

Mount Eerie and Julie Doiron at St. Ann and The Holy Trinity
Mount Eerie at St. Ann and The Holy Trinity in December (ore by Ryan Muirm)

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


Phil Elverum is currently on tour in Canada with Julie Dioron to promote their recently-released collaborative album Lost Wisdom, Pt. 2, but he’s just announced a new run of solo dates happening in April. The tour begins in Providence, before hitting other US cities like Portland, Burlington, Easthampton, Portsmouth, and Detroit, in addition to Canadian shows in Ottawa and Guelph. Aside from these shows, he’ll also be playing Brooklyn’s Prospect Park Bandshell in July with Angel Olsen. Tickets for the April shows go on sale Friday (1/31) at 10 AM EST, and you can check here for all dates.


R&B singer Gallant announced North American tour dates behind his sophomore album Sweet Insomnia, which came out last fall. He’ll be touring the Northeastern US in March, including shows in NYC at Music Hall of Williamsburg on 3/15 and 3/16, and other shows in Philly, Silver Spring, and Boston. Next month, he’ll also be playing California shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Oakland. All dates here, and watch Gallant’s video for “Sleep On It” (featuring a Ginuwine cameo) below.

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Tycho, whose album Weather was up for Best Electronic album at this year’s Grammys (he lost to The Chemical Brothers), will head out in May on the Simulcast Tour of the southern United States, beginning in San Diego and ending in Las Vegas, with stops in betweeen in Phoenix, Austin, New Orleans, Orlando, Raleigh, Baltimore, DC, Atlanta and more. Head here for dates and tickets.


Swedish skate punk vets Millencolin are returning to the US in support of last year’s SOS, and playing shows with Massachusetts melodic hardcore greats A Wilhelm Scream and Australian punks Dune Rats (whose newest album Hurry Up and Wait is out this week). That tour includes two NYC-area shows at NJ’s Asbury Lanes on 5/14 and Gramercy Theatre on 5/15, along with other shows in Cambridge and Washington D.C. Millencolin are also playing European shows surrounding these shows, both in the winter and summer. All dates can be found here.

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Atlanta rapper Young Nudy dropped a new single “No Go” and announced a lengthy US spring tour that hits Austin, LA, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, NYC, Long Island, Philly, DC, Atlanta, and more. All dates and tickets here.

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NYC rapper Wiki recently announced a tour in support of his very good 2019 album OOFIE. That show initially didn’t include a hometown show, but he since added one happening March 24 at Rough Trade. All dates here.


The 1975 have an upcoming tour with Phoebe Bridgers and beabadoobee (including Madison Square Garden, SoCal shows at Five Point Amphitheater and The Forum, and more), and today The 1975 and both of their tourmates were all announced for the Red Hot Chili Peppers-headlined Sunday of Boston Calling. The 1975 and beabadoobee were also announced for Camden, NJ’s Radio 104.5 Birthday show happening May 30 at BB&T Pavilion with Manchester Orchestra and others (tickets on sale 1/31 at noon with presales beforehand). Manchester Orchestra’s only other upcoming date is Florida’s Sandjam festival with Weezer, 311, and more.


Kentucky indie/country singer S.G. Goodman is opening John Moreland’s tour (including the show at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg on 3/27) and also playing Shaky Knees and Savannah Stopover. Before all that, though, S.G. Goodman will be in NYC to play one of Rockwood Music Hall’s 15th anniversary shows on February 4 on Stage 2 with Alice Kristiansen, Brother Moses, and Habe (tickets). All dates and tickets for the John Moreland tour here.


Cult legend Swamp Dogg announced two shows, both in NYC. One is opening for fellow legend John Prine (who’s on Swamp Dogg’s upcoming album) and the other is a headlining show in Brooklyn.


Sharon Van Etten and Real Estate both have lots of upcoming tour dates separately, and they’re playing Central Park together.


Protomartyr and The Breeders’ Kelley Deal have been buds for a while, having made a couple records together. Now they’ve got her to be a touring member of the group!


Austrian downtempo duo Kruder & Dorfmeister, whose mix The K&D Sessions was unavoidable in the late ’90s, will play NYC before heading to Coachella.


Jim Gaffigan has once again expanded his Pale Tourist tour, including a fourth show at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall.


Meanwhile, Ali Wong has expanded her Milk & Money tour, including additional shows in San Francisco, DC, Boston, Toronto and NYC.


Shopping release their new album, All or Nothing, next week and will be on tour with Automatic in March and have added a few new shows.


Brooklyn motorik shoegazers Peel Dream Magazine just announced their second album and head out on a winter tour this week, including dates with J Fernandez.


UK street punks Booze & Glory are touring the US behind their new album, which — among other things — includes a cover of Elton John’s ”I’m Still Standing.”


Having just signed to Sacred Bones, Minsk darkwave band Molchat Doma will tour North American for the first time this spring, with Chrystabell (aka Chrysta Bell who you may know as FBI Agent Tammy in Twin Peaks: The Return).


In addition to everything else Ty Segall already has going on in 2020, his hard rock trio FUZZ (where he plays drums) will tour for the first time in five years.


Dan Snaith is getting ready to release his first Caribou album in five years and will tour for it, too, and has added a few more shows (including a third NYC show).


Half Waif announced a new album and tour dates, including headlining shows and shows opening for Calexico and Iron & Wine.


Margaret Glaspy announced a synthy new album and tour.


The Boston Calling 2020 lineup is out, including Rage Against the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters, The 1975, Run the Jewels, Dinosaur Jr, Jason Isbell, Brittany Howard, Liam Gallagher, Noname, Sharon Van Etten, Phoebe Bridgers, and more.


The Firefly 2020 lineup also includes Rage Against the Machine, plus Billie Eilish, blink-182, Halsey, Maggie Rogers, Run the Jewels, Diplo, CHVRCHES, Kali Uchis, and… David Lee Roth?


If you were bummed to hear that Soulwax postponed their tour, take some solace that they’ll be bringing back Despacio, the bespoke dance party with a high-end McIntosh sound system, to NYC’s Knockdown Center in April.

Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed. For more metal tours, browse Upcoming Metal Tours.

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