Tour news: Nikki Lane, They Might Be Giants, Nation of Language, more
THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS
John and John are back on the road with They Might Be Giants' oft-delayed Flood tour. They've just announced they'll say goodbye to 2022 at New Haven's College Street Music Hall for what should be a fun New Year's Eve full of "Big hits and deep cuts." Head here for all dates.
Wet Leg‘s nonstop tour supporting their self-titled debut album just got even busier with new December dates, including four not-too-big NYC shows.
MODEST MOUSE 'LONESOME CROWDED WEST' TOUR
Nikki Lane's new album Denim And Diamonds is out this Friday, and she'll be celebrating early with a in-store performance and signing at NYC's Rough Trade on Wednesday, September 21 at 6 PM. You'll need to buy a copy of the CD or vinyl from Rough Trade to attend. Nikki's fall tour hits NYC for a proper show at Bowery Ballroom on December 2.
Margo Price has a new album and a memoir on the way and she'll stay busy on the road promoting both.
HARDLY STRICTLY BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL 2022
San Francisco's free Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival returns to Golden Gate Park on Sep 30 - Oct 2 with Elvis Costello, Drive-By Truckers, Cymande, Arooj Aftab, Waxahatchee, Emmylou Harris, Charlie Crockett, and more. Check out the lineup and schedule.
Elvis‘ “100 Songs And More“ residency at Gramercy Theatre will have him playing 10 unique shows, with no repeat songs, and maybe some special guests.
Having just released their new album SOLIDARITINE, Gogol Bordello announced their annual run of New Year's shows, which will happen in NYC and Philadelphia.
Dropkick Murphys have announced the 2023 dates of their annual St. Patrick's Day hometown shows in Boston. The three-show run goes down March 17, 18, and 19, with the first two shows at the new MGM Music Hall at Fenway with special guests Turnpike Troubadours. The final show is set for March 19 at House of Blues Boston.
MARISSA PATERNOSTER (SCREAMING FEMALES)
DISTURBIN' THE PEACE FEST
CITY OF CATERPILLAR / SOUL GLO / THIRDFACE
Reunited screamo/post-hardcore legends City of Caterpillar have announced a new round of fall tour dates with two great newer bands: Soul Glo and Thirdface.
Cinderblock was a very short-lived early 1990s Buffalo hardcore band whose members went on to play in Terror, Snapcase, Earth Crisis and more. They're reuniting for their first-ever EP, and a live show.
Medicine Singers, the collaboration between Native American powwow group Eastern Medicine Singers and Monotonix‘s Yonatan Gat, have a few shows coming up, including a special 10-piece band lineup in Brooklyn this weekend with Lee Ranaldo, Thor Harris, Laraaji and more joining.
Angel Olsen has announced a 2023 tour that has her out with Erin Rae starting January 20 in Atlanta, and wrapping up February 11 in Durham, NC.
Montreal natives Stars announced North American holiday dates, which are becoming a tradition.
Florida festival Okeechobee's 2023 lineup features ODESZA, Turnstile, Earth Wind & Fire, Baby Keem, Griz, Goose, JPEGMAFIA, Big Boi, The Free Nationals, Indigo De Souza, Channel Tres, Local Natives, and more.
BROOKLYN SOUND SHOWS (NATION OF LANGUAGE, MICHELLE, SARAH KINSLEY, MORE)
Brooklyn Brewery's "Brooklyn Sound" series is back and presenting three free shows this fall with UK mag NME: Nation of Language and Infinite Coles at Elsewhere on 10/12, MICHELLE and Sarah Kinsley at The Bell House on 10/25, and Clip and Rebounder on 11/2 at Union Pool.