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


After postponing some of his 2018 tour dates due to damaged vocal cords, JT will be back on the road in 2019, including a new date at NYC's Madison Square Garden on 1/31 (which he previously announced), and further rescheduled shows in Los Angeles, Philly, Buffalo, Vancouver, Sacramento, Phoenix, and more. Check here for all rescheduled dates and tickets.


Prolific musician Dave Harrington is no stranger to collaborations, and he's just announced a Brooklyn residency celebrating the release of Dave Harrington Group's newest LP Pure Imagination, No Country, which is out on February 1. These shows take place at Threes Brewing from January 30 - February 3, and features Dave playing with different musicians each night, including his Dave Harrington's Merry Pranksters project, Joe Russo, Jordan McLean, Kenny Wolleseen, Will Shore, and many others. Following these shows, the Dave Harrington Group will play an L.A. show at Zebulon on 2/21. All dates are listed here.


Electronic musician Com Truise is set to play a ton of North American shows next spring, including four California shows, and further stops in NYC (Elsewhere on 4/11), Toronto, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Phoenix, and more. Check here for all dates.


British duo The KVB, whose style blends psychedelic, electronic sounds and krautrock rhythms with entrancing visuals, announced a North American tour behind their recent LP Only Now Forever that's out now on Geoff Barrow's Invada label. (The Dandy Warhols’ Peter Holmstrom is a fan.) with support from California-based darkwave band The duo will hit NYC (Baby's All Right on 3/23), Los Angeles, Atlanta, Toronto, Montreal, Boston, and more cities, not to mention SXSW. You can view all upcoming dates here, and stream Only Now Forever in full below.


British synthpop group Ladytron are prepping their first album in eight years, and they've announced a few North American shows. So far, the band has announced dates at LA's Henry Fonda Theatre on 3/1, San Diego's Crssd Festival on 3/2, and Mexico City's El Plaza Condesa on 2/27. Head here for all dates.


Earlier this year, cerebral electronic musician Container (real name Ren Schofield) released his latest album in a series of records titled LP, and he'll be playing a few US shows this month, including stops in NYC (Brooklyn Bazaar on 12/13 w/ White Material), Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Indianapolis, and several other East Coast cities. All dates can be found here.


Folk trio Mountain Man released their first LP in eight years earlier this year and they've been touring in support of it. They'll be hitting the road again across the US in March. In addition to appearances at Newport Folk Festival and Knoxville's Big Ears, newly-added cities include New Orleans, Atlanta, Houston, Richmond, Asheville, and more. With the exception of the New Orleans shows (which go on sale in January), tickets for these shows go on sale Friday (12/14) at noon, and all dates are listed here.


Ahead of their upcoming album I, The Mask in March, long-running Swedish metal vets In Flames will be touring North America into 2019, opening for Dutch symphonic metal band Within Temptation. The two bands will be hitting cities including Philly, NYC (Playstation Theater on 3/2), Los Angeles, Chicago, Montreal, Boston, Denver, Seattle, and many other cities, before In Flames embarks on a European tour leg. Tickets for the North American shows go on sale Friday (12/14) at 10 AM, with a presale going on now. All dates can be found here.


My Brightest Diamond announced some more dates behind this year's great, dance-oriented A Million and One, including some February shows on the West Coast, stopping in Los Angeles, Seattle, San Francisco, Vancouver, and Seattle. After that, she'll return on the road in May for East Coast shows, hitting NYC (Rough Trade on 5/14), Washington D.C., Boston, Detroit, Chicago, and more. All dates here.


Sir Paul is in the midst of his "Freshen Up" tour in support of this year's solid Egypt Station, and his busy 2019 schedule now includes a new date at San Jose, CA's SAP Center on 7/10. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (12/14) at 10 AM local time, and you can find all updated dates here.


Legendary songwriter Jackson Browne has a 2019 dates on his schedule, including a show at Oakland's Fox Theatre on January12 and a four-night run at NYC's Beacon Theatre with his full band, happening on 6/23, 6/24, 6/26, and 6/28. Each night will feature support from Lucius, whom Jackson praised in a blog post, saying, "I was amazed to discover the depth and the originality of this band. Their songs and their arrangements, their huge dynamics - they just blew me away." Tickets for these shows go on sale Friday (12/14) at 11 AM EST. Aside from these shows, Lucius has a few other dates, including Father John Misty's wildfires benefit show on 12/18, and Brandi Carlile's "Girls Just Wanna Weekend" in January, and a sold-out show opening for Lord Huron at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in May.


Phish frontman Trey Anastasio unveiled his new band Ghosts of the Forest, which features members of the Trey Anastasio Band, fellow Phish member Jon Fishman, and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Celisse Henderson. The new group will play a few shows around the Northeast, including two NYC shows at United Palace on 4/12 and 4/13, and further stops in Albany, Philly, Washington D.C., Boston, and Portland. Tickets go on sale Friday (12/12) and Saturday (12/13), with presales beginning Wednesday (12/12) at noon. Head here for all dates and tickets.


Two of the biggest (and best) modern crossover metal bands out there announced a co-headlining tour in 2019, with openers Zeal & Ardor.


Genre-defying hardcore punks Portrayal of Guilt announced a tour behind this year's incredible Let Pain Be Your Guide, with openers NØ MAN, Fluoride, and Stay Asleep.


Vince Staples announced his "Smile, You’re On Camera" tour happening in 2019, featuring exciting support from JPEGMAFIA and Buddy.


Primus' Les Claypool and Sean Ono Lennon announced their newest LP as The Claypool Lennon Delirium, which they'll accompany with a North American tour in 2019.


Amanda Palmer announced a wide North American tour behind her first solo LP in seven years, which hits NYC, Los Angeles, Philly, and more.

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