The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
Califormia punk vets CH3 (aka Channel 3) are still kicking and put out a new album as recently as 2017's Put 'Em Up (TKO Records), which found their melodic punk in fine form. They don't have a tour announced at the moment, but they're playing some shows this year including LA this month and Brooklyn in October. Stay tuned for possibly more dates TBA.
In addition to Bad Religion's previously announced tour dates -- including one leg with Dave Hause, one leg with The Lawrence Arms, and two NYC shows with The Explosion -- they've added another round of September dates with Dave Hause and Emily Davis & the Murder Police. The newly-added shows include New Orleans, Austin, Philly, Nashville, San Diego, Santa Ana, and more. All tour dates and tickets here.
Funnyman Nick Kroll will be on the "Middle-Aged Boy Tour" this fall, with dates in September, October and November, including stops in Cleveland, Toronto, Philly, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Portland (the one in Maine and the one in Oregon), Seattle, San Francisco, Denver, Boston, Chicago and Minneapolis. Head here for all dates.
BOB WEIR + WOLF BROS
Bob Weir and his trio Wolf Bros, who perform stripped down versions of Grateful Dead songs, have announced three California shows happening before they play Santa Cruz's Mountain Sol Festival. Pre-sale registration is underway now. Bobby also plays Lockn' and Dead & Co recently announced Playing in the Sand 2020. All of his dates are here.
Heavy psych band Earthless will be heading into the studio this fall to start work on their new album but before that will head out for a few shows. Berlin band Maggot Heart and Sacri Monti will be opening and the October dates include stops in Chicago, Detroit, Lexington, KY, Cleveland, Toronto, Montreal, Boston, Hamden, CT, Brooklyn (10/12 @ Saint Vitus), and Philly. Full tour details are here.
LOVELORN (ex-CREEPOID) / ARCH OF LOVE
Lovelorn (the new project of former Creepoid members Anna Troxell and Patrick Troxell) and Arch of Love (Chelsea Brennan and former Pains of Being Pure at Heart member Chris Schackerman) are playing shows together, including Brooklyn's Saint Vitus on 8/7 with Don Devore (Ink and Dagger, Collapsing Scenery, etc) and Throgmortal. All dates here.
MR TWIN SISTER
Mr Twin Sister, who released the terrific Salt last year, have a few fall dates lined up, including a few with Moon King. That double bill hits Philadelphia on 10/14, Columbus, OH on 10/16 and Jersey City's White Eagle Hall on 10 26. There's also a Toronto show on 10/21 but Moon King are not listed on the bill. Before that, Mr Twin Sister play Yonkers, NY this Sunday (7/21) at the Untermyer Garden Conservancy for The Great Forgotten Garden Party.
Tongue-in-cheek Detroit band Electric Six are on the road as we speak, and their summer tour hits the NYC-area this week for stops at Jersey City's WFMU Monty Hall on Tuesday, July 16 and a Rocks Off Concert Cruise in NYC on Thursday, July 18. After that they'll hit Boston, Lancaster, and Ferndale. They've got EU dates this fall, too -- head here for their full tour schedule.
SHOVELS & ROPE
Twangy duo Shovels & Rope will be on tour this fall with, at various points along the way, Cedric Burnside, John Paul White and Hayes Carll. Dates include Charleston, SC, Boston, NYC (10/12 @ Brooklyn Steel), Philadelphia, Toronto, Minneapolis, Vancouver, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles and more. Tickets for the fall tour go on sale Friday, July 19 with presales before. They're also currently on tour with Tedeschi Trucks Band and Blackberry Smoke. All dates are here.
Dorian Electra will be opening for Charlie XCX on a few dates this fall and also has headlining shows surrounding them. Stops include Miami, Brooklyn (Elsewhere Zone One on 9/16), DC, Nashville, Dallas, Houston, San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, and more. Many of those headline shows are with Mood Killer. All dates are listed here.
(SANDY) ALEX G
(Sandy) Alex G has announced a tour supporting his upcoming album House of Sugar. A BrooklynVegan presale for the NYC show starts Tuesday (7/16).
Frank Turner announced a North American tour supporting his upcoming album No Man's Land.
TORO Y MOI / CHANNEL TRES
Toro Y Moi is on the festival circuit this summer, including stops at Outside Lands in San Francisco and Afropunk in Brooklyn, but he’ll be back out this fall on a short headlining tour with Compton artist Channel Tres, and has just added more dates.
DEERHUNTER / DIRTY PROJECTORS
Deerhunter and Dirty Projectors expanded their tour, adding a second NYC show.
CAVE IN with WAR ON WOMEN, HELMS ALEE, THE PRIMALS & more
Cave In announced a tour with some very cool openers. They’ll continue to be joined by Converge’s Nate Newton as a live replacement for their late bassist Caleb Scofield, and $1 from every ticket sold will go to the Caleb Scofield Memorial Fund.
TWIABP / HARMONY WOODS
The highly unique indie/emo/post-rock collective The World Is A Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid To Die announced a tour with Philly indie-punk musician Harmony Woods.
Charli XCX expanded her tour, adding a second NYC show.
THIS WILL DESTROY YOU
Texas post-rock greats This Will Destroy You announced a tour in continued support of their two 2018 albums.
POST MALONE / SWAE LEE
"Sunflower" collaborators Post Malone and Swae Lee are hitting the road together.
THE MENZINGERS / TIGERS JAW / CULTURE ABUSE
In addition to their previously announced tour with The Sidekicks and Queen of Jeans, The Menzingers (who announced a new album today) are touring with Tigers Jaw and Culture Abuse this fall.
THE NUMBER TWELVE LOOKS LIKE YOU / GOD MOTHER / POUND
NJ mathcore vets The Number Twelve Looks Like You announced their first album in ten years and a tour with God Mother and Pound.
UK group Black Midi, who just released their very good debut album, kick off their short U.S. summer tour on Thursday (7/18) with a sold-out show at Bowery Ballroom. They’ve just announced they’ll also be playing a free Friday afternoon show the next day in NYC. They've got dates this fall, too.
It's an NYC Halloween tradition -- Cypress Hill just announced the 2019 edition of Haunted Hill.