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tours announced: Norah Jones, Sharon Van Etten, Broken Social Scene, US Girls, more

Sharon Van Etten at Beacon Theatre
Sharon Van Etten at Beacon Theatre earlier this month (more by Ellen Qbertplaya)

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


Sharon Van Etten is on tour now supporting her excellent new album Remind Me Tomorrow, and having recently played Beacon Theatre, she now added another, smaller NYC show happening at the soon-to-reopen Webster Hall on May 4. That show is with Heather Woods Broderick, who recently released the very promising “Where I Lay” from her upcoming album Invitation (due 4/19). Sharon also has a bunch of other international shows and some festivals booked through late August. All dates and tickets here.


The Antlers will soon be celebrating the 10th anniversary of their great album Hospice on tour, including two sold-out, BrooklynVegan-presented shows in NYC. They’ve just announced they’ve added a Toronto show and a second Chicago show. Head here for all dates.


Toronto indie rock collective Broken Social Scene, who released a new EP recently, just announced two nights at the soon-to-reopen Webster Hall. Those shows are part of a series of two-night stands in Toronto, Montreal, Los Angeles and Seattle. They’re also playing SXSW — all dates are here.


Norah Jones will release Begin Again on April 12, a collection of singles she recorded over the past year with collaborators including Jeff Tweedy and Thomas Bartlett. She’s also just announced Summer 2019 North American tour dates which kick off June 18 in Pittsburgh and run through August 4 in Anchorage, AK, and includes a show at Colorado’s Red Rocks with Mavis Staples and many more stops all over the U.S. and Canada. All dates are here.


Canadian punks Single Mothers are still riding high off the strength of last year’s Through A Wall, and they’ve got plans to bring their killer live show around the US and Canada. They’re playing NYC on 4/12 at Knitting Factory with Rebuilder. All dates here.


Scuzz-rock greats Royal Trux had to postpone their winter tour in support of new album White Stuff but they’ve now rescheduled for the spring with 13 dates in the U.S. and Canada.


Ezra Furman, who wrote a lot of songs for terrific new Netflix series Sex Education and has a new EP of covers out tomorrow, will be on a West Coast tour in May, hitting Santa Ana, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver, Seattle and Portland. Head here for all dates and tickets


This is a solid triple bill for fans of indie/punk/emo/etc. The tour kicks off in Ithaca, hits Brooklyn on 5/19 at Baby’s All Right, and also lands in Philly, Baltimore, Chicago, Toronto, and more. All dates here.


Long-running trad-metal revivalists Slough Feg have been talking about releasing a new album called The New Organon, and they put out its title track last year. Now they’re set to hit the road with likeminded Brooklyn band Sanhedrin. The tour kicks off in Baltimore, hits Sanhedrin’s hometown on 5/31 at Saint Vitus, and then makes its away to Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Cleveland, Philly, and Cambridge. All dates here.

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