The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
BRIAN FALLON AND CRAIG FINN
The Gaslight Anthem and Hold Steady frontmen began their joint solo tour in Boston last night (10/2), and they have many more upcoming shows in North America, including Long Island tonight (10/3) and two NYC shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg on 10/7 and 10/8 (we're giving away tickets). The two will also be playing in Washington D.C., Chicago, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Denver, and other cities.
Leon Bridges is currently on a North American tour behind this year's solid Good Thing, which hits NYC's Radio City Music Hall on 10/5 and 10/6. He just announced a new batch of tour dates in 2019, which includes shows in Charlotte, Miami, Orlando, Memphis, Columbus, Cleveland, and more. All those dates can be found here.
The Arcade Fire member has three upcoming NYC events lined up; he'll first be making a guest appearance at New York Comic Con for the UCB-presented The George Lucas Talk Show this Friday (10/5), before appearing alongside his son Alvin at Jo Firestone's "Everyday Decisions" show at Union Hall on 10/23. Lastly, he'll be playing Union Pool on 11/2 with support from Smoota, Superhuman Happiness, and Hearing Things. Those are his only shows/events that we're currently aware of.
THE SEA AND CAKE
Having released the terrific Any Day earlier this year (and toured for it too), Chicago indie rock royalty The Sea and Cake have announced a few more North American shows to wrap up their year. They'll play Chicago, Toronto, Ann Arbor, and Cleveland in November -- head here for dates and tickets.
Hip-hop beatmaker RJD2 has several US shows coming up, including dates in Atlanta, Portland, NYC (Brooklyn Bowl on 2/19), Seattle, Denver, and more. Find all dates here.
The onetime (and maybe future) Kinks guitarist has an album of unreleased '70s solo material coming out next week and will be touring North America in spring 2019, including a number of shows in the general NYC-area. He'll play Manhattan's Society for Ethical Culture on April 12 and there are shows in Westbury, NY, Red Bank, NJ, Chicago, Evanston, IL, Fort Wayne, IN and more.
mewithoutYou are currently streaming their newest LP [Untitled], and they'll also be kicking off a three-leg North American tour at Brooklyn's Elsewhere tonight (10/3) with openers Joan of Arc and Hurry, who open the tour's entire first leg. The tour's second leg features support from Smidley and Davey and the Chains, and openers for the third leg are The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die and Hold Down The Ocean. The tour hits a bunch of North American cities, including Boston, Denver, Seattle, Phoenix, Austin, Chicago, Philadelphia, and more. All dates can be found here.
The 2019 edition of Phoenix's M3F Festival takes place at the city's Hance Park from March 1-3, with headliners ODESZA and Empire of the Sun, plus Kurt Vile, Margo Price, Kevin Morby, Toro y Moi, Allah Las, Umphrey's McGee, Lettuce, Jungle, and more. Head here for the full lineup and ticket info.
PEACH KELLI POP (TOURING WITH JOYCE MANOR)
Peach Kelli Pop, who released Which Witch last year, will soon be on tour with Joyce Manor, including stops in Minneapolis, Seattle, Vancouver, Denver, San Francisco and more. The band will also play a few headline shows along the way as well. All dates are here. You can also check out the new Peach Kelli Pop video for "Pitch Black":
YBN TAKEOVER TOUR
YBN Nahmir, YBN Cordae, and YBN Almighty Jay are taking their show on the road with the just-announced YBN Takeover Tour.
PUSHA T / PHONY PPL
Pusha T sold out the NYC date on his fall tour with Phony Ppl, and added a second night.
Seattle punk trio Wimps, last seen considering pizza theft, will be playing a few shows later this fall -- two in their hometown (including one with LITHICS) and one in Reno.
SICK OF IT ALL / LIFE OF AGONY
Not a full tour, but long-running NYC bands Sick Of It All and Life of Agony are playing two hometown area shows together this December.
Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.