Tour news: Incubus, Alice Cooper, Sierra Ferrell, Tempers, Gully Boys, more
Here's a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
ALICE COOPER (WITH BUCKCHERRY, ACE FREHLEY)
Alice Cooper will be on tour this spring with '90s rock vets Buckcherry opening most shows, and Ace Frehley opening a few others. Dates kick off March 18 at Foxwoods resort and wrap up April 22 in Paso Robles, CA, with a Newark, NJ show at NJPAC on March 22. Before that run he's got more North American shows in January and February. All dates are here.
Olivia Rodrigo announced her 2022 tour today and Gracie Abrams, Holly Humberstone, and Baby Queen will open, varying by date.
Haim will be on the road through spring and summer of 2022, with Waxahatchee, Princess Nokia, Faye Webster, Sasami and Buzzy Lee each joining them as support.
Magdalena Bay will go on their first-ever headlining tour in 2022, supporting this year’s ’Mercurial World.’
Minneapolis indie-punks Gully Boys, who recently released the Favorite Son EP on Get Better Records (including "The Way," which we named one of the best punk songs of August), began a hometown residency at 7th St Entry last night (12/5) and it continues every Sunday of December. Next year, they'll come to NYC to open for Dazey and the Scouts at Elsewhere Hall on March 1 (tickets). Model/Actriz are on that bill too. No other Gully Boys dates are announced at the moment.
MAN ON MAN
MAN ON MAN (M.O.M.), aka Roddy Bottum and Joey Holman, have announced a Winter tour in support of their debut album. The tour kicks off January 19 at Brooklyn's Saint Vitus and from there they'll play DC, Richmond, Durham, Atlanta, Orlando, Miami, New Orleans, Nashville, Columbus and San Francisco. Check out the full tour schedule here.
Incubus will be out on the road for a few shows in March, with stops in Charleston (SC), Tampa, Memphis, Oklahoma City and Las Vegas. Head here for all dates.
The Cure mention a “67-minute“ new album in the press release about their 2022 tour which currently is just UK/EU dates.
NYC duo Tempers just announced new album, New Meaning, which will be out April 1 via DIAS. They've also announced a 2022 tour which starts in Austin for SXSW and then hits Brooklyn's Elsewhere Zone 1 on 3/31, with dates in Detroit, Madison, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles (Zebulon on 4/22), San Diego, El Paso, Houston and Austin again. All dates are here and check out new single "Unfamiliar":
MILITARIE GUN & GLEEMER ADDED TO TOUCHE AMORE TOUR
PRIMAVERA SOUND L.A.
The first-ever Primavera Sound L.A. happens in September and they've announced the lineup today.
HANGOUT FEST 2022
The planned 2020 edition of Alabama's Hangout Music Festival was cancelled due to COVID, and it couldn't happen in 2021 either, but the fest is planning to return May 20-22, 2022, and the lineup has now been revealed, including a handful of the artists who were scheduled to play in 2020. The lineup includes Post Malone, Fall Out Boy, Halsey, Doja Cat, Tame Impala, Megan Thee Stallion, Phoebe Bridgers, Leon Bridges, Koffee, Remi Wolf, Jack Harlow, Zedd, Maren Morris, Lil Yachty, Flo Milli, Sublime With Rome, T-Pain, Audrey Nuna, Beabadoobee, KennyHoopla, The Head and the Heart, Diesel (aka Shaquille O'Neal), and more.
NJ greats The Feelies have a few dates lined up for 2022, including two nights at Brooklyn Made.
Country singer Sierra Ferrell is on tour now supporting this year's Long Time Coming with a 2022 tour, with stops in Charlottesville, Lexington, Louisville, Nashville and more this month. She's also just announced 2022 dates including a Brooklyn show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on April 18. Head here for all dates and listen to Long Time Coming here:
Indie rock / shoegaze / psych cult heroes LIlys will be on a West Coast tour in 2022.
Ryley Walker will be out with Drive-By Truckers in early 2022 and after that he's got dates with Bitchin Bajas and Tonstartssbandht.
NETFLIX IS A JOKE FEST
The 2022 Netflix is a Joke lineup reads like a Who's Who in Comedy, including stand-up shows, podcast tapings and events with John Mulaney, Jerry Seinfeld, Larry David, Gabriel Iglesias, Aziz Ansari, Amy Schumer, Pete Davidson, Bill Burr, Chris Rock, and so much more.
John Mulaney's appearance at Netflix is a Joke is part of his big 2022 tour that includes NYC's Madison Square Garden.