tours announced: Phil Lesh, Forward, Lebanon Hanover, Mike Gordon of Phish, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
The Grateful Dead's Phil Lesh and his band The Terrapin Family Band have announced a major 2019 show: Red Rocks Amphitheatre on May 29 with The Infamous Stringdusters. That's one of two currently announced 2019 shows for Phil, the other being FloydFest. He also has four Phil Lesh & Friends shows at Terrapin Crossroads this month.
MIKE GORDON (of PHISH)
In other jam band news, Phish bassist/co-founder Mike Gordon is hitting the road with his band this March, and stopping in Atlanta, Nashville, DC, Asbury Park, Jersey City, Buffalo, Cambridge, and more. All dates here. Before that, Phish do a four-night New Year's run at MSG.
What is Julian Casablancas up to in 2019? Time will tell but his band the Voidz play Los Angeles and Brooklyn in February.
German musicians Larissa Iceglass and William Maybelline have been making gothy post-punk as Lebanon Hanover for most of this decade, most recently on this year's Let Them Be Alien. (Stream that below.) The band will be heading to the U.S. this spring, playing Portland, Oakland, Los Angeles, San Diego and NYC's Brooklyn Bazaar on April 24. All dates are here.
"WEIRD AL" YANKOVIC
Japanese hardcore vets Forward are back in North America on a tour that hits Nashville tonight (11/12). They'll make their way to the Northeast, where they'll play Brooklyn's Saint Vitus on 11/17 with Warthog, Headsplitters, Haram, and Sister Anne. All dates here.
HOT WATER MUSIC
Hot Water Music have added U.S. dates to their international 25th anniversary tour, which sees them playing 1999's No Division and 2002's Caution in full.
GARY CLARK JR.
With a new album out in early 2019, Gary Clark Jr just announced a Spring 2019 tour, that includes multiple-night runs in Chicago, Boston, NYC, Nashville and more. We've got a BrooklynVegan presale for Gary's three NYC dates at Beacon Theatre.
Impossibly busy guy Patton Oswalt has stand-up dates when not working on shows like A.P. Bio and Mystery Science Theater 3000, including a NYC show at Beacon Theatre in March (with a BrooklynVegan presale).
Dropkick Murphys have announced a tour, beginning in New York and leading up to a four-night St. Patrick's Day run in the Boston area. All dates are with Booze & Glory, Lashley’s Gang Of One, and Amigo The Devil. The Boston-area run has other openers, including The Interrupters.
Panda Bear announced a 2019 U.S. tour, beginning shortly after the February 8 release of his new album Buoys.
Dido announced her first tour in 15 years, including a NYC show at Terminal 5 and several other international dates.
Memphis rapper Young Dolph is hitting the road behind his new album Role Model in 2019.
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