tour news: Swans, Waxahatchee, Lemon Twigs, Brian Fallon, Front Bottoms, more
With measures trying to stop the spread of the coronavirus really ramping up — and many cities ordering bars, restaurants and clubs closed — tours through spring (and a few beyond) are being postponed/canceled left and right. Head here for more COVID-19 related news and check the Tour Dates category every day for more tour-related news.
Swans tour is postponed:
LIVE FROM HERE WITH CHRIS THILE
BRIAN FALLON / JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE / WORRIERS (RESCHEDULED DATES)
Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon's spring tour with Justin Townes Earle and Worriers has been rescheduled for the summer. Dates kick off in NYC with shows at Town Hall on July 15 and Webster Hall on July 16. All dates are here.
BANG ON A CAN'S LONGPLAY FESTIVAL (POSTPONED INDEFINITELY)
We've now spoken to all the artists and partners and can now officially confirm that the inaugural run of our LONG PLAY festival has been postponed indefinitely. As soon as the world heals to the point we can once again throw parties and concerts, we'll LOUDLY reschedule. To all ticket holders - look for an email this week regarding refunds and donations. Our ticket hub Eventbrite is working with us to make sure we respond efficiently to all requests and concerns.
THE FRONT BOTTOMS
WAXAHATCHEE (RESCHEDULED DATES)
Waxahatchee has announced tour dates that have been rescheduled from the spring to the late summer and fall, including the Brooklyn shows which will now happen at Elsewhere on October 6 & 7. There's also a show at NJ's Asbury Lanes on August 14. Head here for all dates.
THE LEMON TWIGS (ALBUM & TOUR POSTPONED)
BOB MOULD (NEW FALL DATES)
Bob Mould's postponed tour with Jason Narducy has now been rescheduled for November:
The Motionless In White tour that Knocked Loose were set to open has been postponed "to a different timeframe this year." As of now, Knocked Loose and Hatebreed's run opening for Parkway Drive is still on (but Hatebreed recently cancelled headlining spring dates and postponed their new album release indefinitely), and Knocked Loose are still scheduled to play the recently-announced Sound and Fury festival.