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tours announced: Sarah Davachi, City Of The Sun, Car Seat Headrest, more

Sarah Davachi
Sarah Davachi (photo by Dicky Bahto)

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

SARAH DAVACHI

Composer/ambient musician Sarah Davachi is having a fairly busy 2019 thus far, having released her latest solo LP Pale Bloom last month, in addition to a collaborative album with fellow composer Ariel Kalma, and an appearance on Floating Points’ Late Night Tales collection back in March. She also has several upcoming US tour dates, including a record release show at LA’s Zebulon tonight (6/12), and other shows happening later this year in Austin, Detroit, and Chicago, which precedes European shows in Germany and the Netherlands. All dates here, and stream Pale Bloom in full below.

CAR SEAT HEADREST

Car Seat Headrest are releasing a live album next week which can give you a taste of what you can maybe expect from their tour which starts June 22 in New Haven and also hits Buffalo, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Chicago, Des Moines, Omaha, and more. They’ll also play next weekend’s Firefly fest, the Winnipeg Folk Festival, and the’ve got dates with Death Cab for Cutie including a show at Hollywood Bowl (we’re giving away tickets!). Updated dates are listed here and check out the new live album version of “Fill in the Blank” which was recorded at Columbus, OH’s Newport Music Hall:

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DAVE CHAPPELLE ON BROADWAY

Coming in July to the same theater that brought us Morrissey on Broadway, comedian Dave Chappelle will play five nights at the Lunt-Fontanne.

CITY OF THE SUN

Acoustic post-rockers City of the Sun are set to play a previously-announced date at NYC’s Webster Hall on 6/15, but soon after, they’ll be playing other summer shows in Rochester, Chicago, and Arlington Park, before hitting more cities this fall, including Minneapolis, Montreal, Toronto, Richmond, Dallas, and several others. View all dates here.

ROCKS IN YOUR HEAD FESTIVAL

Rocks in Your Head Records, the label founded by Sonny Smith of Sonny & The Sunsets, is throwing a festival on July 27 at Cal Shakes Bruns Amphitheater in Orinda, CA featuring a whole lot of San Francisco’s indie rock underground. Sonny & The Sunsets will play, as will Shannon Shaw, Kelley Stoltz and Rays, Dynasty Handbag, Jay Stone, Younger Lovers, The She’s, The Gonks, Galore, April Magazine, and Tony Jay. The Festival is also in celebration of Hot Sick Vile & Fun : New Sounds From San Francisco which Rocks in Your Head is putting out on July 19. Tickets are on sale and come with a copy of the compilation.

CORNELIUS

Japanese band Cornelius are reissuing their amazing 2002 album Point this year and will play it in full on a fall tour.

PART TIME / GARY WILSON

Off-kilter pop outfit Part Time are hitting the road this summer with DIY cult artist Gary Wilson.

SMIDLEY opening for FOG LAKE

Foxing frontman Conor Murphy is bringing his solo project Smidley on tour this week with Fog Lake, before Foxing do a UK/European tour later this year.

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

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