tours announced: Chance the Rapper openers, Samia, Greet Death, Pixies, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
CHANCE THE RAPPER OPENERS
Chance The Rapper's arena tour supporting his new album The Big Day begins in January (rescheduled from this year), and now he has added openers to that tour: his brother Taylor Bennett and Lil Yachty. More info and dates here.
Samia, who released a Liz Phair cover earlier this week, is gearing up for a tour with Remo Drive (Long Island and Asbury Park included), but first the NYC-based indie rocker will play a free Dr Martens-presented hometown show on the rooftop of Our Wicked Lady on Saturday (9/28) with appearances by her friends Active Bird Community, Daisy the Great, Nick Cianci, Pearla, Tarune, and Blu DeTiger. RSVP is open.
Michigan punkgazers Greet Death signed to Deathwish for their upcoming sophomore LP New Hell, and they also announced a tour that hits NYC, Asbury Park, Richmond, Atlanta, and much more. All dates here.
MR. BUNGLE OPENERS
Mr. Bungle revealed a killer list of openers for their upcoming reunion shows, including Melvins, Possessed, Cattle Decapitation, Full of Hell, Ho99o9, Hirax, The C*nts, Victims Family, Antidote, Neil Hamburger, and still more.
Pixies announced intimate shows in select North American cities, ahead of their larger TBA North American tour for 2020.
LIFE OF AGONY
Life of Agony will head out on a string of North American dates in December (Starland Ballroom in NJ included), but first they're playing a Brooklyn show at Coney Island Brewery, which will be co-presented by BrooklynVegan, WSOU, and Jerry Farley. To get in to the Coney Island show, you either need to win tickets from BrooklynVegan (that’s us) or WSOU, or purchase one of the limited VIP Packages through Coney Island Brewery. More info here.
Nick Kroll has expanded his Middle-Aged Boy Tour, which now includes a show at BAM as part of the 2019 NY Comedy Festival.
MOUNT EERIE & JULIE DORION
Mount Eerie and Julie Doiron have a new collaborative album on the way and they're also touring together in the fall.
Homeboy Sandman has an East Coast tour coming up and support varies by date, with Quelle Chris, Billy Woods, and Elucid all lined up for select shows.
Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.