tours announced: Man Man, clipping., WWPJ, Genesis, Snow Patrol, Holy Wave, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
Man Man have announced a tour in support of their upcoming Sub Pop debut, Dream Hunting in the Valley of the In-Between. Spring dates include St. Louis, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Baton Rouge, Austin, Albuquerque, Phoenix, Los Angeles and more. Head here for all dates.
The artist formerly known as Mos Def is doing some touring along the East Coast in March, and he's added shows in Philadelphia and Boston. Those join two NYC dates -- Sony Hall on March 19, which is sold out, and Kings Theatre on March 26, which tickets are still available for -- and Washington DC. See all of his dates here.
clipping. have announced more dates in support of last year's There Existed an Addiction to Blood. Dates are with Cartel Madras and include stops in L.A., Berkeley, Portland, Seattle, Monreal, Toronto, Philly, Brooklyn (Music Hall of Williamsburg on May 19), Boston, and Chicago. All dates are here.
BOB DYLAN / NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHT SWEATS
Bob Dylan and His Band have announced a hefty spring/summer tour of arenas and amphitheaters with support coming from Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats and The Hot Club of Cowtown (whose violinist Elana James used to play in Dylan’s band).
WE WERE PROMISED JETPACKS
We Were Promised Jetpacks will be on month-long trek across North America at the end of spring, staring May 20 in Burlington, VT and wrapping up on June 20 at Brooklyn's Music Hall of Williamsburg on June 20. Head here for all dates.
Christian Fennesz made one of our favorite records of 2019 and is on tour now. While that was to have included a stop in Austin for SXSW, which is now canceled, the rest of his tour is on, including a stop at Tennessee's Big Ears Festival, and his NYC stop on Saturday which is part of the Ambient Church series. That NYC show sold out and they added an early show as well. All dates are here.
THE MURDER CAPITAL
Irish post-punks The Murder Capital -- who like Fennesz lost SXSW shows -- are still touring North America starting this week and have added a second NYC date, playing Rough Trade on Friday, March 13 (free with purchase of their album) the day after their now-sold-out Knitting Factory show. Check out their entire tour schedule here.
KING CRIMSON / THE ZAPPA BAND
Prog legends King Crimson had a busy 2019, which included a 50th anniversary tour and the long-awaited introduction of their classic albums to streaming services, and they’ll be busy this year too. They’re doing a lengthy tour with support from The Zappa Band (whose lineup includes alumni of Frank Zappa’s band).
RATT / SKID ROW / SLAUGHTER / CINDERELLA'S TOM KEIFER
Eighties hair metal fans take note: Ratt will be going out with Skid Row, Slaughter and Cinderella's Tom Keifer on the "Big Rock Summer Tour" this summer. Stops include Cincinatti, Atlantic City, Bethel (NY), Syracuse, Scranton, NJ's PNC Bank Arts Center (9/1), Denver, Austin, Reno, L.A. and more. All dates are here.
Irish/Scottish band Snow Patrol are returning to the U.S. and Canada for an acoustic tour this fall, hitting San Francisco, L.A., Denver, Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, NYC (Town Hall on October 21 & 22), Washington, DC and Boston. Head here for all dates.
The Strokes‘ first new full-length album in seven years, The New Abnormal, is on the way (due 4/10 via Cult/RCA), and they continue to gradually announce North American tour dates. They just played Vancouver last week, their Seattle and Los Angeles shows are this week, and in May they’ll play New Orleans, Austin, and Houston.
HAIM DELI TOUR
Vampire Weekend took a tour of classic NYC appetizing shops and now Haim are going to play delis to celebrate their new album.
Genesis -- Phil Collins, Mike Rutheford and Tony Banks -- have added more six more shows to their fall UK reunion tour, including Liverpool (11/24), Newcastle (11/27), Leeds (12/3), Birmingham (12/6), Manchester (12/9), and Glasgow (12/12). All dates are here.
JIMMY EAT WORLD / THE FRONT BOTTOMS
Jimmy Eat World and The Front Bottoms are teaming up for a tour together this year, and sweetening the deal even more is support on some dates from Turnover and others from Joyce Manor.
Holy Wave have announced a full tour in support of new album Interloper that kicks off May 21 in Houston and runs through June 13 in Norman, OK, with stops in New Orleans, Atlanta, Asheville, Richmond, DC, Brooklyn (The Sultan Room on 5/30), New Haven, Montreal, Toronto, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Minneapolis and more. Head here for all dates.
Disclosure will be in the U.S. in April for Coachella and have just announced a short tour while here where they’ll be doing DJ sets at pretty intimate venues. They’ll be stopping in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Detroit, and Brooklyn.
KURT VILE AND CATE LE BON
Kurt Vile and Cate Le Bon‘s spring tour, which will have them playing “together and solo” backed by Stella Mozgawa and Stephen Black, gets underway in about a month, hitting Chicago, Detroit Pittsburgh, Woodstock, NYC, Philly, Jersey City, DC, Seattle Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin and more. They’ve added a few shows since first announcing the tour, including a new NYC date.
Glen Hansard‘s band The Frames have not been very active over the last decade but are coming out of hibernation to celebrate their 30th anniversary with a few concerts. They’ll play Dublin in June and then head to the U.S. in September for shows at NYC’s Webster Hall on 9/22, Chicago’s The Vic Theatre on 9/24 and California’s Ohana Festival on 9/26. These will be their first US shows in 10 years.
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