tours announced: Coheed/Foxing, Vein, Drive By Truckers/Lucinda Williams, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
Vein's errorzone is one of the best new albums to come out of this whole hardcore/nu metal crossover (it kinda sounds like Slipknot meets Converge) and they've been touring like crazy behind it all year. They just began their tour with Every Time I Die, Turnstile, and Angel Du$t last night, and that leads up to Every Time I Die's holiday show in Buffalo. After that, they play Snowed In Fest in Cleveland, and a just-added headlining Brooklyn show on 12/22 at Saint Vitus. They also open the West Coast/Southwest leg of Thursday's tour in 2019. All dates here.
PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND
The long-running New Orleans jazz collective announced a two-night stand at NYC's McKittrick Hotel this week, on 11/14 and 11/15. Following these shows, the band will also play shows in Charleston, Houston, Charlottesville, and more, in addition to a New Orleans show opening for Foo Fighters. Tickets for the NYC shows are still available, and check here for all upcoming dates.
Great songwriter and storyteller, Billy Bragg will be celebrating his first six album on a special "One Step Forward, Two Steps Back" tour where he'll spend three nights in each city -- the first night is new material, while the next two draw from his first three album, and second three albums, respectively
After a few European shows, veteran folk songwriter Suzanne Vega will be doing an intimate set of shows at NYC's Cafe Carlyle from 3/5 to 3/16, titled "Suzanne Vega Sings Her New York Songs at the Carlyle." Having gone to school in NYC and written some of her best-known material here, she'll be performing "songs about the city she loves." Tickets for the NYC run are on sale now, and all dates can be found here.
Jonathan just released a new album, SA, that both incorproates Indian raga textures into his sound but also tips its hat to that iconic first Modern Lovers album (Jerry Harrison plays on the new one). Always worth seeing live, JoJo will be on the road with drummer Tommy Larkins in 2019.
COHEED & CAMBRIA / FOXING / MAPS & ATLASES
Coheed & Cambria are fresh off the release of last month's Vaxis – Act I: The Unheavenly Creatures (which followed a summer tour with Taking Back Sunday), and they've just announced a 2019 North American tour, accompanied by two exciting openers who both released great albums this year - Foxing and Maps & Atlases. The tour leg with Foxing hits southern US cities like Richmond, Memphis, Houston, New Orleans and others, while the leg with Maps & Atlases hits some east coast cities including Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Clifton Park, Cleveland, and more. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 AM local time (with a presale starting tomorrow at 10 AM), and you can find all dates here.
Hip hop vets The LOX (Jadakiss, Styles P, Sleek Louch) have a few upcoming shows, including a recently-announced NYC hometown show at Irving Plaza on 12/3, an appearance at Queens College’s Holiday Hip Hop Jam on 11/23, and one show in Mashantucket, CT. Tickets to Irving Plaza go on sale Wednesday (11/14) at 10 AM.
DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS / LUCINDA WILLIAMS / ERIKA WENNERSTROM
Drive-By Truckers are teaming with Lucinda Williams (who's currently touring in celebration of Car Wheels On A Gravel Road's 20th anniversary) for a run of shows with support from DBT's recent tourmate Erika Wennerstrom of Heartless Bastards. Stops include Orlando, Washington D.C., Jacksonville, Charleston, Raleigh, and more. Tickets go on sale Friday (11/16), and head here for all dates.
After announcing (and nearly selling out) a massive Madison Square Garden show, Robyn announced a tour of smaller venues happening around the same time. All North American dates go on BrooklynVegan presale this Wednesday.
NICK MASON'S SAUCERFUL OF SECRETS
Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets — the Pink Floyd drummer’s new group who perform music from Syd Barrett-era albums The Piper at the Gates of Dawn and A Saucerful of Secrets — have expanded their first-ever North American tour, adding second LA and NYC shows, as well as a Philly show.
ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE & YAMANTAKA // SONIC TITAN
Acid Mothers Temple, who have a new lineup of the band and a new LP on the way, will be in North America for their annual pilgrimage beginning in March, and this time they're bringing Canada's Yamantaka // Sonic Titan with them.
Guitar wizard Delicate Steve just released The Christmas Album today which has him performing instrumental version of many holiday standards. You can listen to it below. He'll celebrate the record -- and the season -- with two yuletide shows: December 11 at Elsewhere in Brooklyn with Sam Evian, and December 22 at The Stanhope House in NJ.
Toronto grunge-punks Dilly Dally announced their biggest headlining tour yet for 2019, supporting this year's Heaven.
L.A. punks Feels have signed to Wichita for their next LP which is out in February. They've got shows on both coasts (and a few in between) planned.
Compton rapper YG is supporting this year's Stay Dangerous on 'Stay Dangerous The Tour' in 2019.
Ska-punk revivalists The Interrupters are hitting the road in 2019. There's a BrooklynVegan presale for the NY/NJ shows on Wednesday.
Her last tour was of living rooms, but Lady Lamb will be out with a full band playing much bigger venues next year.
GIRLPOOL / HATCHIE
Indie acts Girlpool and Hatchie are joining forces for a North American tour in 2019.
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