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

CLUTCH / BIG BUSINESS / THE INSPECTOR CLUZO

Clutch have revealed openers and added some dates to their 2019 tour. They'll be joined by fellow riff rockers Big Business, as well as The Inspector Cluzo, on all dates including the previously mentioned NYC show at Irving Plaza on 3/19. All dates and more info here.

AWAKEBUTSTILLINBED

San Jose emo band awakebutstillinbed, who released one of the 20 Best Punk & Emo Albums of 2018, are playing the Hollywood Palladium on January 19 with Joyce Manor, Jeff Rosenstock, and AJJ (incredible bill) and then touring in February/March with Sundressed, Alien Boy, and Sunsleeper. All dates here.

NONAME

Noname, who released one of our favorite albums of 2018 and released a great new song on New Year's Day, began her tour last night and it lands in NYC for two-sold out Brooklyn Steel shows with Elton Aura this weekend. Dates in other cities are still on sale; all dates and tickets here.

SPEEDY ORTIZ (DATES WITH DEERHOOF, WHY? & OHMME)

Speedy Ortiz will be on the road in February, March and April including dates in Baltimore and Columbia, SC with Deerhoof, a handful of shows with Ohmme (Miami, Orlando, Asheville), and a Columbus show with WHY?. All dates are listed here.

HAVE A NICE LIFE

Cult-fave dark music act Have A Nice Life returned to the stage for the first time in seven years in 2018, and they've currently got a few 2019 shows lined up too: a Flenser showcase in NYC and two sets at Roadburn (including one where they'll play Deathconsciousness in full).

108

After revealing that they had plans to play two New York shows this November, 108 officially announced that one of them is a Songs of Separation 25th anniversary show at Brooklyn Bazaar.

COACHELLA

The 2019 Coachella lineup has been announced, including headliners Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, and Ariana Grande, plus tons of other stuff.

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