tours announced: Joji, Homeshake, A$AP Ferg, Kelly Moran, and more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
Joji's new album BALLADS 1 topped Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart this week (the first Asian-born artist ever to do so), and today he announced a 2019 North American tour in support of the album. The tour will stop in Los Angeles, NYC (Bowery Ballroom on 2/15), Chicago, Boston, Seattle, and several other cities. Tickets to all shows go on sale Friday (11/9) at noon local time. Find all dates here.
Last week, NYC experimental composer Kelly Moran announced an "immersive" hometown show at Future Space (350 Meserole) on 11/8 behind her recent LP Ultraviolet, and she's just added a second show at the venue taking place the following day (11/9). As previously announced, Kelly will also play Hospital Fest at Queens’ Knockdown Center on 12/8, as well as California shows in Oakland and L.A. in December, and then a few European shows in 2019. Check here for all upcoming dates.
A$AP Ferg has a few shows coming up, including three in his hometown of NYC: a night of Verizon’s new pop-up concert series on 11/9, a night of Sony’s new pop-up concert series on 11/14, and the "Heavy Hitters Concert" at Hulu Theatre at Madison Square Garden on 11/24 with 50 Cent, Teyana Taylor, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and more.
CYPRESS HILL / HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD
Hip hop vets Cypress Hill, who just played two "Haunted Hill" shows in NYC for Halloween, are hitting the road with co-headliners Hollywood Undead early next year, stopping at Montclair, NJ's Wellmont Theater on 3/6, in addition to further dates in Philly, Boston, Denver, Los Angeles, and more. The group also have a few upcoming European shows before the year's end. All dates can be found here.
ILANA GLAZER & FRIENDS UNION HALL RUN
Mac DeMarco associate Homeshake, the indie pop project fronted by songwriter Peter Sagar, announced a new album Helium, due out 2/15 via Sinderlyn. In conjunction with this, the band also announced a tour in support of the new record, which includes a date at NYC's Brooklyn Steel on 3/22 (the only North American show announced thus far), before a slew of European dates. Tickets to Brooklyn Steel go on sale Friday (11/9), and you can head here for all dates. You can also stream "Like Mariah," the spacious lead single from Helium, below.
Wye Oak will hit the southern US for a few shows throughout the month, kicking things off tonight at Nashville's The Basement East. They've added a couple more shows since we posted (including two hometown Baltimore shows to cap to tour), and all are listed here.
ALEX CAMERON & ROY MOLLOY
Alex Cameron just announced a tour with his saxophonist/business partner, Roy Molloy, where they'll be out as a duo, the "legendary two-piece format that catapulted them into rock and roll obscurity."
Ryley Walker, who will release a song-for-song cover of Dave Matthews Band's The Lillywhite Sessions next week, is currently Deafman Glanceon tour in Europe and will begin his North American tour in December, with shows in NYC, Montclair, Toronto, Chicago, Nashville, and more. All dates here.
Jeff Rosenstock just announced two BrooklynVegan-presented NYC shows, where he'll be recording a live album. He also has more tour dates before that, including Tigers Jaw's holiday show in Philly and an early 2019 U.S. run with Joyce Manor.
BILLYBIO (BILLY OF BIOHAZARD)
Biohazard frontman Billy Graziadei will be releasing his debut solo LP Feed the Fire on 11/30 under the moniker BillyBio, and he'll also be touring behind the album, which includes stops in Brooklyn (The Kingsland on 12/6), Toronto, Providence, Fullerton, and more. Billy was also recently added to the previously-announced Sick Of It All/Life Of Agony co-headlining shows at Queens' The Paramount on 12/14, and at Asbury Park, NJ's Stone Pony on 12/15. Full list of dates can be viewed here.
Star of family entertainment and filthy standup alike, Bob Saget has dates both this year and next.
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