tours announced: Hiss Golden Messenger, R.A.P. Ferreira, Sage Francis, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
HISS GOLDEN MESSENGER
Hiss Golden Messenger continues to tour in support of last year's Terms of Surrender, and that includes May dates on the West Coast and an appearance at Bethel, NY's Mountain Jam. He's also just announced a pair of NYC shows in December: Music Hall of Williamsburg on 12/4 and Bowery Ballroom on 12/5. All dates are here.
Having spent the past couple years collaborating with B. Dolan as Epic Beard Men, Sage Francis is now hitting the road for his own tour, with dates in Brooklyn (Sixty Sixth Congress on 5/15), NJ (Stanhope House on 5/17), Philly, Denver, Colorado Springs, and more. All dates here.
Rory Ferreira (milo, scallops hotel, Nostrum Grocers, etc)recently released his first album as R.A.P. Ferreira, the very good Purple Moonlight Pages, and he'll soon be taking his show on the road and playing music from all over his career. All dates (including Brooklyn's Elsewhere Zone One on 3/21) here.
Oakland rapper Kamaiyah has announced her first-ever headlining tour in support of this year's Got It Made.
FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES
From Autumn To Ashes are playing their first shows in four years this summer, and a second New York show was added.
Canadian soul/Americana artist and former Be Good Tanyas member Frazey Ford is hitting the road behind her first solo album in six years, U Kin B the Sun.
Seattle post-rock vets Unwed Sailor have a new album and a short tour on the way.
TEGAN & SARA
Following last year's intimate, mostly-acoustic duo tour, Tegan & Sara are playing much bigger venues this spring and summer.
Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds has several international dates lined up for this fall.
Margo Price just announced a new Sturgill Simpson-produced album and she's got several tour dates coming up.
Abbath and Mayhem's San Francisco and Seattle stops on the Decibel Tour have been canceled due to the cities' ban on large gatherings due to public health concerns with the coronavirus.
NYC garage rock greats The Fleshtones, who just announced a new album, are still a great live band and have dates coming up, including Philly, DC, Jersey and NYC’s Bowery Electric on March 23. The NYC show is a benefit for Ivan Julian, who has been battling cancer, and it also features performances by Lenny Kaye, Gogol Bordello’s Eugene Hutz backed by The Yeah Yeah Yeah’s Nick Zinner and Brian Chase, and more.
Nilüfer Yanya is continuing to support last year’s terrific Miss Universe and has just announced a North American tour surrounding her appearance at Bonnaroo. Stops include Pittsburgh, DC, Brooklyn, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, and more.
Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.