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


Rapper Blueface , whose single "Thotiana" made it to #8 and is still in the Billboard Hot 100, will be on the Buss Down tour this summer with NLE Choppa, Asian Doll, 147 Cal Boy, Sada Baby, Kiddo Curry and others. While the whole tour hasn't been announced yet, dates are popping up, and it's hitting Philly, Raleigh, Atlanta, Montclair, NJ (Wellmont Theatre on July 18), DC, Miami, Grand Rapids, Indianapolis, Houston, Phoenix, Denver, and more. You can also catch Blueface as part of the Made in America festival on Labor Day Weekend. Dates are here.


Shreveport, Louisiana’s Seratones -- fueled by the powerful pipes of gospel-trained frontwoman A.J. Haynes -- have announced their new album, Power, which is out August 23 on New West. The album was produced by Cage The Elephant’s Bradley Shultz and their brand of fuzzed out garage-soul sounds potent on first single "Gotta Get To Know Ya." The band will be on tour starting the week the album drops, hitting most major North American cities, including Dallas, Austin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Minneapolis, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, Brooklyn (Baby's All Right on 9/13), DC New Orleans and more.


The Appleseed Cast, who will release their first album in six years in June, were just in NYC as part of their tour with mewithoutYou and Cursive, which wraps up this week. They’ll be back out on the road in June with Tennis System and in July with Young Jesus, with August dates as well.


Miya Folick just shared a new song, "Malibu Barbie," which follows last year's Premonitions. She's also got tour dates this summer in the West and Northwest, playing Denver, SLC, Boise, Seattle, Vancouver, Oregon's Pickathon, Las Vegas and San Francisco's Outside Lands. (She just played NYC in March.) All dates are here and listen to "Malibu Barbie":


Glen Hansard begins his North American tour in support of new album This Wild Willing, with a few East Coast shows next week in Boston, Philly, NYC (Beacon Theatre on 6/1) and DC. He'll head out on a longer tour starting in September and updated tour dates are here and check out his new video for "Don't Settle":


With their new album, Debt Begins at 30, out next week, Pittsburgh's The Gotobeds will be on the road this summer in short bursts in June, July and August.


Velvet Negroni (aka Minneapolis' Jerry Nutzman who has made music as Pony Bwoy and Spyder Baybie Raw Dog) will release his debut album in August on 4AD, and he's got a few live shows lined up as well.

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

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