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


NYHC veterans Madball announced a January mini-tour across the northeastern US with fellow hardcore punks Death Before Dishonor, which includes stops in Cambridge, Asbury Park (House of Independents on 1/25), Queens (Blackthorn 51 on 1/26), and Hamden. All dates are listed here.


French rapper MHD announced a North American tour behind his most recent album 19, which hits cities like Chicago, NYC (Gramercy Theatre on 2/23), Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Toronto, Montreal, San Francisco, and more. Check here for all dates.


Back in October, Empress Of announced an international tour supporting her very good, recent LP Us, which includes a sold-out show at Brooklyn's Elsewhere on 2/22. If you missed out on tickets, she's just added a second show at the venue on the following day, 2/23. Tickets are on sale now, and you can find all dates here.


HEALTH have a small, sold-out, pre-release show in Brooklyn in January and they just announced an extensive 2019 tour happening after that (including a larger Brooklyn show and much more).


Dreamy, orchestral Winnipeg band Living Hour will release new album Softer Faces on March 1 via Kanine. You can check out the video for first single "Bottom Step" below. Around that time, Living Hour will be dipping below the U.S./Canadian border to play SXSW and Savannah Stopover, and on their way they'll stop in NYC to play Pianos on March 7 as part of the New Colossus Festival. They've also got a short Canadian tour in January -- all dates are here.


Rising Toronto art pop artist MorMor released a new single and announced an international 2019 tour today.


Teen Daze, the moniker of British Columbia based producer Jamison Isaak, will be on tour with Chrome Sparks for Southwest and West Coast dates in January, including Austin, Tucson, Phoenix and Los Angeles. All dates are here and check out new Teen Daze single "Hidden Worlds":


During a break in his  "Puff Puff Pass" tour with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Too $hort, Warren G, Kurup, and others, Snoop Dogg will ring in 2019 with a New Year's Eve show at Terminal 5.

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

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