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


Blues rock vets The Black Crowes, led by brothers Chris and Rich Robinson, are reuniting to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their 1990 debut album, Shake Your Money Maker. It will be their first shows since 2013. The Robinson brothers are known for having a contentious relationship but Rich tells Rolling Stone, "No one is here to be a dick. We love this music. We’re musicians. We’re brothers. We love each other. We love this opportunity … Changing the context with Chris and I and all new people is a much healthier place for us. The 49-date tour starts June 17 in Austin and currently wraps up September 19 in Los Angeles, with NYC area shows at PNC Bank Arts Center on July 17 and Jones Beach on July 18. Tickets for the whole tour are on sale now and to celebrate the reunion, The Black Crowes are playing special, intimate shows this week in NYC (Bowery Ballroom tonight [11/11]) (tickets only available at the venue box office) and Los Angeles (Troubadour on 11/14).


Tool are in the middle of their fall tour with Killing Joke, in support of their first album in thirteen years, Fear Inoculum, and they’ve just announced a new round of dates in January and February of 2020.


Foals, who recently released Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Pt 2, have announced a 2020 co-headlining tour with Local Natives that also has Cherry Glazerr along for the ride. Dates kick off May 18 in Phoenix, and the tour also hits San Diego, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Salt Lake City, Denver, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Raleigh, DC, Boston, Montreal, Detroit and Chicago. All dates are here.


YBN Cordae is currently on the road opening for Logic (alongside J.I.D) in support of his very good debut album The Lost Boy, and he has now begun announcing headlining tour dates for 2020.


Americana greats The Jayhawks have just announced spring 2020 tour dates that currently begin in NYC (Brooklyn Bowl on March 6 & 7), plus shows in Northampton, Milwaukee, Seattle, and more. They've also got dates this year, including Toronto, Buffalo, Cleveland, Saint Paul and more. Head here for all dates.


They Might Be Giants will be spending 2020 on tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of their third album, Flood. They’ve added more dates including a fifth NYC show.


Onetime Go-Betweens co-frontman Robert Forster just began his first North American tour in 10 years over the weekend, and hits Evanston, IL tonight, with Toronto, Boston, Philly Brooklyn (11/16 @ The Bell House) still to come.


Ozzy Osbourne recently had to postpone his Europe/UK tour due to medical issues (again), and now he has rescheduled those dates (again). They now go down in fall 2020 (including a show in Black Sabbath’s hometown of Birmingham on Halloween), and as has always been the plan, Judas Priest will open.


Wolf Parade‘s new album Thin Mind was announced earlier today, along with a stream of new single “Forest Green,” and now a 2020 North American tour has been announced too.


The Black Lips have announced a tour in support of their upcoming album, Sing in a World That’s Falling Apart. The tour kicks off a couple dates before the album’s January 24 release date and currently runs through mid-March.


Darwin Deez's debut album turned 10 this year and to celebrate he'll be playing it in full on tour in 2020. North American dates are in April and include DC, Philly, and Brooklyn (Elsewhere Hall on 4/17), which happen right right before a UK/EU tour. Head here for all dates.


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

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