tours announced: Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Integrity, Noname, Dilly Dally, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
Along with a ton of other records, Dilly Dally's new album "Heaven" is out today via Partisan Records, nine more songs of the aggressive alt-rock sound we heard on 2015's "Sore" with a highlight being "Doom" which also got a new video today. You can watch below. Dilly Dally are now on tour with FIDLAR (hitting Terminal 5 in NYC on Saturday), and will be on tour with FIDLAR again at the end of October after some shows overseas. Those in their hometown can catch them headlining Lee's Palace in December.
Bob Dylan has once again expanded his fall tour, this time adding a seven-night run at NYC's Beacon Theatre.
Neil Young has upcoming dates, including a just-added intimate NYC-area show happening at Port Chester, NY's Capitol Theatre around the same time he plays Farm Aid in Connecticut and the Saratoga Springs stop of Willie Nelson's "Outlaw" tour.
NINE INCH NAILS / THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN
Nine Inch Nails and The Jesus and Mary Chain began their tour in Phoenix last night, and NIN surprised the crowd by opening with 1992's Broken EP performed in full. Will they do that at more shows? Do they have other surprises in store? We'll just have to wait and see. The tour includes four NYC shows in October.
Comedian James Adomian, who is known for his spot-on, hilarious impressions of folks like Bernie Sanders, Gordon Ramsey and Alex Jones (see below), will be going on tour, including shows in Nashville, Asheville, Atlanta, Boston, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC. All dates are here.
Metallic hardcore legends have announced two East Coast shows for 2019, both in Baltimore. Openers include Full of Hell, Ilsa, and more.
Chicago rapper Noname announced a 2019 tour behind her great new album Room 25, which came out today.
DEAN WAREHAM & CHEVAL SOMBRE
With a new album of "western dreampop" covers on the way, Luna's Dean Wareham and Cheval Sombre will be playing a few shows in support. So far, just NYC and San Francisco have been announced.
THE GOON SAX
Australian trio The Goon Sax just released their terrific second album, We're Not Talking, today and will start their North American tour on October 23 in Philadelphia.
New Zealand band The Beths, who released their great debut LP earlier this summer, have expanded their upcoming tour (including a second NYC show.)
Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.