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


Jawbreaker are keeping the reunion going, and they're now set to play their first UK show in 25 years. It happens on April 27 at O2 Academy Brixton. It's currently their only announced date, but they're still working on rescheduling the NY/NJ shows that were cancelled earlier this year.


The super fun Swedish garage rockers The Hives are gearing up to return to North America for the first time in three years. They're playing Las Vegas' Punk Rock Bowling and Columbus, OH's Sonic Temple, and they're opening for Arctic Monkeys in Mexico (right before Arctic Monkeys co-headline the South America Lollapaloozas with Kendrick Lamar). Presumably more Hives dates are TBA (and maybe they've got other stuff in the works too?) so stay tuned.


Speaking of the South America Lollapaloozas, Snow Patrol are playing those before embarking on a tour that hits Austin, Houston, Nashville, Atlanta, DC, Philly, Boston, NYC (Terminal 5 on 4/30), Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, Salt Lake City, Vancouver, Portland, Seattle, Vegas, San Francisco, and LA. All dates and tickets here. Snow Patrol's latest album Wildness came out earlier this year.


UK electronic producer Actress has a few North American dates, billed as "Live AV & DJ" shows, lined up. He'll play Thursday (11/29) in Miami, and then hit Toronto, NYC, Montreal, and London. The NYC show happens 12/1 at Good Room and is with Veronica Vasicka, Eartheater, DJ Scallywag, and Mnmlktchn. All dates are here.


Mexico's Le Butcherettes just wrapped up their tour with Death From Above, and have now announced a new album that'll be out in February and a headlining North American tour that includes stops Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, Pittsburgh, DC, New Orleans, and more.


R&B singer Jacquees has announced a 2019 tour supporting his debut album 4275, which came out earlier this year on Cash Money. It includes stops in San Francisco, LA, Atlanta, NYC (2/24 at Irving Plaza), Philly, and more. All dates and tickets here. Watch the recently-released video for "House or Hotel" off 4275:


Meek Mill has announced a 2019 tour, which will be his first major tour since his release from prison. His new album comes out this week.


KISS added 25 more U.S. dates to their farewell tour, including two more hometown-area stops.


The Weakerthans frontman John K Samson has just a few upcoming shows at the moment, including a small Brooklyn show right before he plays Frank Turner's Boston run.


Brooklyn Tropical Futurists Combo Chimbita just announced they've signed to ANTI- for their new record, and will be out with Parquet Courts for a few shows this week and next.


Comedian and Dave Chappelle collaborator Neal Brennan starts his late fall tour this week and hits NYC for two shows at Highline Ballroom on December 7 and Brooklyn's Bell House on December 9. Those have all sold out but  they've added a late show at Bell House on 12/9 (tickets). Other stops include Los Angeles, Denver, Philly, DC, Phoenix, and more.


The Hold Steady's holiday run at NYC's Brooklyn Bowl begins this week and they've begun revealing openers, including Ted Leo on night one, Jeff Rosenstock on night two, and more TBA. The Hold Steady also have 2019 shows, including Frank Turner's above-mentioned Boston run.

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

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