Tour news: Chris Stapleton, Ringo Starr, Yung Lean, Fitz & The Tantrums, more
Here's a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
RINGO STARR & HIS ALL-STAR BAND
Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band --- Steve Lukather, Colin Hay, Warren Ham, Gregg Bissonette, Hamish Stuart and Edgar Winter -- have expanded their tour with fall dates that include Atlantic City, Montreal, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles (Greek Theatre on 10/16) and more. All dates are listed here.
Fresh off his Grammy wins, Chris Stapleton has expanded his “All-American Road Show” tour, adding Alabama dates in Tuscaloosa and Orange Beach, plus shows in Gilford, NH and Houston. The tour hits the NYC area on August 25 at Jones Beach and all dates are listed here.
After playing Coachella this weekend and next, Phoebe Bridgers’ North American tour begins in earnest in May, and she's added a third NYC show.
Louisville emo vets Elliott recently revealed they'd be reuniting for the first time in 19 years to play Furnace Fest, and now they're set to do headlining shows too, including a BrooklynVegan-presented show in NYC.
Swedish rapper Yung Lean, who just collaborated with FKA twigs on new single "Bliss," has announced fall North American tour dates, including Montreal, Toronto, Brooklyn (12/3 @ Elsewhere), Philly, Chicago and San Francisco. Head here for all dates.
FITZ AND THE TANTRUMS / ANDY GRAMMER
Fitz & The Tantrums have announced the Wrong Party Tour, which has them out with Andy Grammer and special guests Breland. The NYC show is August 4 at SummerStage at Central Park, and all dates are here.
NYC underground rapper PremRock has a new album coming this month with his new group Ockham's Blazer, and he's also got tour dates coming up. First he's doing a run with Jesse The Tree and Dark Time Sunshine, and then playing a hometown show on 4/28 at The Kingsland with Ceschi, Myles Buelln, The Bumbling Woohas & Trashboo. Dates here.
Berlin-based German-Iraqi artist Boys Noize (Alex Ridha) will bring his +/- (POLARITY) TOUR to North America in June, with stops in San Francisco, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Toronto, NYC (Pier 40 Hornblower Cruises on 6/17), Denver, Philly, and Chicago. Head here for all dates.
Superchunk have had to postpone some dates of their tour -- including this week's NYC show -- due to illness in the band (drummer Jon Wurster shared that he had tested positive for Covid over the weekend),
Circle Jerks have had to postpone more dates of their tour as frontman Keith Morris recovers from Covid, but tourmates 7Seconds and Negative Approach are playing smaller shows along the way.
GATHERING OF THE JUGGALOS
Insane Clown Posse’s debaucherous, Faygo-filled annual festival, The Gathering of the Juggalos, has officially announced its 2022 edition.
THE KING KHAN & BBQ SHOW
King Khan and Mark Sultan have announced a fall tour and may have a new record out by then.
ROBERT PLANT & ALISON KRAUSS
Eddie Vedder's Ohana Festival returns this fall, with Jack White, Stevie Nicks, P!nk, and Vedder, plus Khruangbin, St Vincent, Brittany Howard, Manchester Orchestra, Broken Social Scene performing ‘You Forgot it in People,‘ and more.
Chris Rock has a slew of dates coming up on his ”Ego Death Tour” and co-headlining with Kevin Hart, and he's just added another NYC show.
DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL / ANDREW MCMAHON
Chris Carrabba recently brought Dashboard Confessional back to its solo acoustic roots with his great new album All The Truth That I Can Tell, and now he's announced a co-headlining tour with another artist who helped define the singer/songwriter side of third wave emo, Andrew McMahon (of Something Corporate and Jack's Mannequin) with his newer band Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness.
ALL THINGS MUST GO FESTIVAL
All Things Go Music Festival returns to Columbia, MD's Merriweather Post Pavilion on Saturday, October 1 for its 2022 edition. Lorde is this year's headliner, and the lineup also features Mitski, Bleachers, Lucy Dacus, King Princess, Julien Baker, Bartees Strange, MICHELLE, and more.
NEW ORLEANS JAZZ & HERITAGE FEST
Nine Inch Nails replaced the Foo Fighters on Boston Calling and Welcome to Rockville, after the Foo Fighters cancelled all of their tour dates following the death of drummer Taylor Hawkins, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers will be replacing them on New Orleans Jazz Fest.