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


Long-running UK post-punks The Monochrome Set will begin their 2019 US tour in early March. The tour includes two NYC-area shows -- Jersey City, NJ's Monty Hall on 3/2, and NYC's Bowery Ballroom on 3/4 (with support from The Jet Beats). Other stops include Somerville, Philly, Los Angeles, Seattle, San Diego, Portland, and San Francisco. Following these shows, the band's got one new London date in September, with fellow British acts Jetstream Pony and Micko & The Mellotronics. All updated dates can be found here.


Country/Americana great Marty Stuart & his Fabulous Superlatives, who backed Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman for the 40th Anniversary of The Byrds' Sweetheart of the Rodeo tour, will be on the road this summer supporting classic rock hitmakers the Steve Miller Band. Dates include NYC's Pier 17 on 7/24, as well as Los Angeles, Boston, Salt Lake City, Denver, Baltimore, Duluth, and tons more cities. Before this tour leg begins, Marty's got some upcoming headlining dates in March and April, including stops in Nashville, Ann Arbor, Houston, Alexandria, and more. Check here for the full list of dates, and you can stream Marty's last LP, 2017's Way Out West, below.


Singer-songwriter, Father John Misty producer and Roger Waters band member Jonathan Wilson is on tour now, including a NYC show this week (Carnegie Hall on 2/20) and dates with Michael Nau and Calvin Love.


Damo Suzuki, who was singer for krautrock icons Can on their landmark albums Tago Mago, Ege Bamyasi and Future Days, is going on his first U.S. tour in over 10 years. In each city he'll be improvising with notable local musicians including Sun Araw (Los Angeles), CAVE (Chicago), MMOSS (Boston) and Greg Fox (Brooklyn).


New Zealand indie rock icons The Chills are about to embark on their first major US tour in two decades, beginning with an NYC show tomorrow night (2/19) at The Bell House, and another NYC-area show at NJ's White Eagle Hall on 2/22, plus dates in Boston, Philly, DC, Detroit, Seattle, Los Angeles, Austin and more. The first four shows of the tour (Brooklyn, Boston, Jersey City and DC) will be with Jack Rabid's '90s-era band Springhouse.


As mentioned, Florence & The Machine recently announced headlining U.S, tour dates with a bunch of cool openers. They head from Santa Barbara, California (with Perfume Genius) in May to American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida (with Nathaniel Rateliff) in June. All dates listed on this poster:

Three Mexico dates with Beth Ditto were also since announced. Florence's next NYC show is Governors Ball.


Venom Inc., an offshoot of legendary metal band Venom with original guitarist Mantas and former vocalist and bassist The Demolition Man, have announced a 2019 North American tour with Exmortus and Homewrecker.

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