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


Having recently released her second EP, Visions, Madame Gandhi will be on a short West Coast tour with Milck, Sassy Black, and Jarina De Marco. December dates include Portland, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Head here for all dates and stream Visions:


Yesterday, YACHT announced a NYC show at Rough Trade on January 18. Turns out that's part of a North American tour all January, that also hits Santa Fe, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Boston, Philly, DC, Columbus, St. Louis, Denver and Salt Lake City. They've also got West Coast dates in December and UK/EU shows in the spring. Check the dates here.


New Zealand band The Beths are busy working on the follow-up to 2018’s terrific Future Me Hates Me, and while they’re still in the recording process, they have announced a spring U.S. tour.


Canadian twangy indie rock vets The Sadies are have upcoming dates, including Toronto on New Year's Eve and a special two-night stand at Brooklyn's Union Pool on January 23 & 24. (Not the first time The Sadies have played a multi-night run at UP, either.) They've also got European tour dates in the spring. Check out The Sadies' full tour schedule here.


Texans Delta Spirit are back in action and will be on tour this spring with Hideout in tow. They've added more dates since we last posted, including a second night at NYC's Bowery Ballroom on April 24 (the 4/25 Bowery show sold out). They're also play Austin on New Year's Eve and will be in Atlanta for Shaky Knees. Head here for all dates.


Though co-founder Hardy Fox died a year ago, mostly anonymous art rock collective The Residents continue on and they’ve got big plans for 2020. First and foremost, they’ll be presenting their 1988 opus God in 3 Persons live for the first time ever with a seven-piece band and audio-visual theatrical experience at NYC’s Museum of Modern Art on January 24 & 25 for three performances. Then they'll head out on the Dog Stab! tour in the spring.


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

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