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


The reunited Jawbreaker were supposed to do an in-store at Chicago's Reckless Records on Saturday, the day before their Chicago show, but they unfortunately had to cancel it and will instead do it at 7:30 PM tonight (11/6). They also announced that they're playing LA zine Ben Is Dead's 30th anniversary party in LA on Sunday (11/11) with Skatenigs, Savage Republic, Midget Handjob, Popdefect, Waco, Hepa-Titus, JFA, and more (tickets). Those are their only two announced appearances at the moment, but they're in the process of rescheduling the NY/NJ shows that were cancelled due to weather earlier this year, so stay tuned for more info on that.


Raunchy rapper CupcakKe is gearing up to release her second album of 2018, Eden, this Friday (11/9), and she'll support it on the headlining 'Eden Tour' in December. (She was supposed to tour with Iggy Azalea recently but that tour was cancelled.) The tour begins in Houston and also hits Portland, Seattle, Oakland, and more before landing in NYC for a show on 12/18 at Le Poisson Rouge. All dates and tickets here.


Prog metal vets Dream Theater are releasing their new album Distance Over Time on February 22 via Inside Out Music, and they're supporting it with a tour that also celebrates the 20th anniversary of their 1999 album Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory. The tour begins in San Diego on March 20 and then hits LA for two nights, Chicago, NYC's Beacon Theatre, and more. All dates here.


Longtime Turbonegro vocalist Hank Von Hell, who sang on all their albums from 1994's Never Is Forever through 2007's Retox, left the band in 2010 and this year he released his first solo album, Egomania. He's also set to support the album on a 2019 U.S. tour. All dates (including NYC's Brooklyn Bazaar on 1/17) here.


Legendary horn section Tower of Power -- who have played with the Grateful Dead, Elton John, Cat Stevens, Heart, Huey Lewis & The News, and tons of others -- have changed their lineup a lot over the years, but they're still going strong today with founding members Emilio Castillo and Stephen “Doc” Kupka and longtime members Francis Rocco Prestia and David Garibald, among others. They currently have touring plans scheduled from this month through spring 2019, including a just-announced two-night stand at Brooklyn Bowl in NYC in March. Dates here.


Yianna Bekris (of Eigenlicht) is also a solo artist under the name Vouna, and her self-titled debut (which she entirely composed and played every instrument on herself) comes out this Friday via Wolves in the Throne Room's Artemisia Records. It's streaming in full on Invisible Oranges. Vouna is also touring the West Coast as we speak, including shows with Atriarch, Statiqbloom, and others. All dates here.


Corrosion of Conformity are hitting the road with some killer support. Crowbar and Mothership on all dates, and one leg is also with Weedeater while the other is also with The Obsessed.

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

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