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


Soulful country artist Yola released Walk Through Fire, her debut album, early this year via Dan Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound label. If you haven't checked it out yet, you can listen below. Yola's announced a big 2020 North American tour, which begins January 7 in Cambridge, MA and runs through February 23 in San Diego, hitting most major cities in the U.S. and Canada. There's a NYC show on January 8 at Music Hall of Williamsburg, and she'll be in the city before that as part of WFUV's Holiday Cheer fundraiser with Mavis Staples and Nathaniel Rateliff. All tour dates are here.


Norwegian hyper-pop quartet Pom Poko released their debut album, Birthday, earlier this year via Bella Union and you can stream that below. The band will be making heading to North American for the first time next year for SXSW and will stop in NYC on the way down for their first-ever U.S. show, happening at Elsewhere Zone One on March 11. So far that's their only non-SXSW date but their world tour schedule is here.


Memphis rappers Young Dolph and Key Glock teamed up for Dum and Dummer, mixing collaborative tracks and solo cuts, back in July, and now they’re preparing to take that collaboration on the road in 2020.


Singer-songwriter John Moreland will release his fifth album in February via 30 Tigers and he's just announced a supporting tour for spring 2020, including stops in Atlanta, Nashville, Knoxville, DC, Brooklyn (Music Hall of Williamsburg on 3/27), Philly, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Milwaukee, Oklahoma City, Dallas, Austin, Tucson, Los Angeles, Portland and more. Head here for all dates.


Circa Survive already did 10th anniversary tours for Juturna and On Letting Go, and now they’re doing one in 2020 for 2010’s Blue Sky Noise.


Vancouver band N0V3L make scratchy guitar pop influenced by post-punk groups like Josef K and XTC and you can hear on their entertaining album from earlier this year, Novel. (Listen below.) The band have tour dates later this fall, including the 2019 M for Montreal festival, Brooklyn (Union Pool on 11/23) and a Vancouver show with Corridor. All dates are here.


Jim Gaffigan recently released new standup special Quality Time via Amazon, and he’s just announced his new stand-up show, “The Pale Tourist,” which he’ll tour around the world starting in November and going well into 2020.


Poppy Japanese garage rock band DYGL are coming to the U.S. for a couple weeks of shows. The tour kicks off Tuesday in Philly, and then hits Brooklyn (Alphaville on 11/23), and then goes to the West Coast for shows in Costa Mesa, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Vancouver. All dates are here and listen to their "Bad Kicks" single here:

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

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