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


Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Marco Benevento will release new LP Let It Slide next month, and he's recently added tons of new dates to his upcoming North American tour behind the new album. Aside from his previously-announced October dates (including Brooklyn's MHOW on 10/24), he's extended his tour through December, bringing along tourmates The Mattson 2 for all dates. New stops include Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville, Seattle, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Milwaukee, and lots more. Head here for all dates, and listen to Marco's newest single "Send It on a Rocket" below.

Tool returned this week with their long-awaited new album Fear Inoculum, and they've also announced a North American tour with post-punk/industrial legends Killing Joke opening all dates.


NYC-based ska vets The Slackers have announced a run of US dates in December, following a fall run in Europe. Their tour begins in Phoenix, before hitting other cities including NYC (Webster Hall on 12/20), Los Angeles, Boston, Austin, Phoenix, Washington D.C., and many others. The band will also do multi-night runs in Denver and Chicago dubbed "Slackfest," where the band will play sets entirely consisting of fan requests. Tickets for Webster Hall go on sale Wednesday (9/4) at 10 AM EST, and you can check here for all those dates.


Bon Iver's new album just came out in physical formats today (it dropped digitally earlier this summer), and his tour in support of it starts Saturday (8/31) in Missoula, MT and also hits Colorado's Red Rocks, Vancouver, Portland, San Francisco, L.A., Toronto, Brooklyn (Barclays Center on 10/11 with Yo La Tengo), Philly, DC and more.


Comedian Hampton Yount is probably best known for voicing Crow T. Robot on the recent Netflix seasons of Mystery Science Theater 3000, but he's also very active on the stand-up front, and he recently announced several US tour dates in September. He'll stop by Brooklyn's Union Hall on 9/11, in addition to a "special movie riffing show" in Los Angeles, and other stops in Chicago, Houston, Richmond, Wilmington, and Madison. Find all dates here, and watch a video of him doing standup on Comedy Central's The Meltdown below.


SECT, the hardcore band consisting of members of Cursed, Earth Crisis, and others have several upcoming dates behind their surprise-released new LP Blood Of The Beasts.


With their first album in six years out this fall, 8-bit warriors Anamanaguchi will be on tour as well.


Before he takes the rest of 2019 off, the great Neil Young has a few upcoming September dates, including Farm Aid 2019.

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

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