The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.

BETTER OBLIVION COMMUNITY CENTER

Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst will play their first of three sold-out NYC shows at Bowery Ballroom tonight (3/29), followed by Music Hall of Williamsburg on Saturday (3/30) and Brooklyn Steel on Monday (4/1). In addition, the duo just announced a special date at Los Angeles' Clive Davis Theater on 4/18, which entails Conor and Phoebe in conversation, discussing the creation of their excellent debut collaborative album. Tickets for that date go on sale Saturday (3/30) at noon PST. The band has also recently been added to San Francisco's Outside Lands in August. Find all upcoming BOCC dates here.

MIKE BAGGETTA (WITH MIKE WATT, STEPHEN HODGES)

The legendary Mike Watt (Minutemen, Stooges, Firehose) recently played bass on the new LP from guitarist Mike Baggetta, titled Wall of Flowers, with prolific session drummer Jim Keltner rounding out the trio. Baggetta and Watt are playing a few live shows to support the LP, with onetime Tom Waits drummer Stephen Hodges filling in for Keltner, and the trio's got a stop at Beacon, NY's Howland Cultural Center tonight (3/29), with another upcoming date at NYC's Coney Island Baby tomorrow (3/30, tickets). Aside from these dates, Mike Baggetta has several other US tour dates (without Watt and Hodges) listed throughout the spring. All dates here, and you can stream Wall of Flowers below.

HOWE GELB

Giant Sand frontman Howe Gelb just revealed 2019 tour dates behind this year's Gathered, which dropped a few weeks back. After a few European dates next month, Howe will be stopping in several US cities throughout May and June, such as Tucson, Brooklyn (Littlefield on 6/20), New Haven, Philly, Washington D.C., San Francisco, LA, Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Boston, Denver, and others. Check here for all dates, and stream Gathered in full below.

KHALID / CLAIRO

R&B/pop singer Khalid is gearing up to release his second studio album Free Spirit (and its accompanying short film) early next month, and he just announced his first-ever headlining arena tour, saying "3 years ago, I did my first show in a coffee shop. Life is such a blessing, I love u guys..." Alt pop singer Clairo will serve as opener on all dates (except Kansas City), which take place in various North American cities this summer, including Phoenix, NYC (Madison Square Garden on 7/31), LA, Philly, Chicago, Boston, Washington D.C., Montreal, Las Vegas, Portland, San Antonio, Oklahoma City, and much more. Tickets to all dates go on sale next Friday (4/5) at noon EDT, with presales beginning Tuesday (4/2) at 10 AM EDT. All dates here.

BIG|BRAVE / DREADNOUGHT

Heavy post-rockers BIG|BRAVE will be going on tour later this year behind their upcoming fourth LP A Gaze Among Them, including a run with melodic metal greats Dreadnought.

AVAIL (SECOND REUNION DATE)

After selling out their first show in 12 years, influential punks Avail added a second hometown reunion show in Richmond, VA, with openers Down To Nothing and Nosebleed.

CHOKEHOLD / FOR THE LOVE OF / DESTROY THE MACHINE / JUGGERNAUT

Chokehold have announced 2019 tour dates behind With This Thread I Hold On, their first album in 25 years, with support from For The Love Of, Destroy The Machine, and Juggernaut.

CHER / NILE RODGERS AND CHIC

Cher has expanded her 2019 "Here We Go Again" tour, which now includes fall US dates with Nile Rodgers and Chic.

FAT MIKE (NOFX)

NOFX frontman Fat Mike is taking his alter-ego Cokie The Clown on a 2019 mini-tour, with shows in Brooklyn, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

TEENAGE BOTTLEROCKET / THE YOUNG ROCHELLES

Wyoming-based punks Teenage Bottlerocket announced a run of East Coast tour dates happening in June behind this year's Stay Rad!, with some dates featuring openers The Young Rochelles.

Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.