The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
Meat Puppets recently released their first album with their original lineup in 20+ years, Dusty Notes (review), and now that lineup is beginning a tour tonight. The tour starts o the West Coast and makes its way to the NYC-area for a few shows in May. All dates and tickets (when available) here.
ACTION BRONSON / MEYEHM LAUREN
Action Bronson has once again expanded his White Bronco tour with Meyhem Lauren, adding a Long Island show (5/1 at The Paramount) happening a few days after his Montclair show. All dates and tickets here.
Electronic producer deadmau5 is taking his 'Cube V3' tour on the road, starting in Dallas, TX in September and running through February of 2020 where it wraps up in Brooklyn. Tickets to the whole tour, including shows at LA's Hollywood Palladium, Austin's ACL Live at Moody Theater, Philadelphia's The Met PA, and many more, go on sale Friday (4/5) at 10 AM local time.
GRISELDA (WESTSIDE GUNN, CONWAY, BENNY THE BUTCHER)
OZZY OSBOURNE (POSTPONED)
Ozzy Osbourne had to postpone all of his 2019 dates until 2020 due to an injury. Get well soon, Ozz!
DAMO SUZUKI of CAN (POSTPONED)
In other postponement news, former Can singer Damo Suzuki has had to postpone his U.S. tour -- which was to have started next week and was his first here in over 10 years -- due to visa issues. He hopes to announce 2020 dates soon.
Having just announced new album A Bathful of Ecstasy, Hot Chip have also just announced a North American tour set for September that kicks off with two NYC shows at Brooklyn Steel and also includes stops in DC, Philly, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Minneapolis, Vancouver, Portland, Santa Cruz, and Los Angeles. They've also got a sold-out tour this spring that hits Brooklyn, and a few California cities. Head here for details.
GUNS N' ROSES
Guns N' Roses' first announced show of 2019 is a headlining slot at Louder Than Life. The rest of that festival's lineup will be announced next week.
Queercore/Riot Grrrl vets Team Dresch are gearing up to reissue their entire catalog, and they've just announced West Coast tour dates, their first shows in two years.
Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.