tours announced: Pom Poko, Automatic, Quintron/Weather Warlock, Partner, more
The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
Norwegian group Pom Poko are making their first visit to the U.S. next week, stopping in NYC to play Brooklyn's Elsewhere on March 11 and then a couple Manhattan shows for the New Colossus Festival. They'll then head to Chicago before heading down to Austin. All dates are here and check out the band's new single "Praise":
L.A. trio Automatic begin their tour with UK band Shopping tonight in Portland which runs through April 10 in Salt Lake City, and includes a NYC show at Elsewhere Hall on 3/28. Automatic will also be in Austin for SXSW with seven shows currently on their festival schedule. They'll also be in Vegas in May for a Punk Rock Bowling afterparty. Head here for all dates and tickets.
Toronto duo Partner head out on the road this weekend, heading to Austin for SXSW, with stops along the way in Royal Oak, MI, Cleveland, Louisville, and Memphis. They've got six shows while in Austin. Head here for their full schedule and check out new single "Good Place to Hide (At the Time)":
QUINTRON DOUBLE HEADER FT WEATHER WARLOCK
Quintron will be heading out on a "Double Header" tour with shows featuring a set with Weather Warlock, the "heavy drone band which uses sun, wind, rain, and temperature to control a monster analog synth," and then a solo melotron set. The May tour hits Memphis, Denver, Salt Lake City, Boise, Seattle, Portland, Oakland, L.A., San Diego, Tucson, Austin, Dallas and more. All dates are here.
Lady Gaga is supporting her new album Chromatica with the Chromatica Ball tour which hits Wrigley Field, Fenway Park, MetLife Stadium, and more.
Paramore's Hayley Williams has announced her first-ever solo tour in support of her upcoming debut solo album Petals for Armor.
COURTNEY MARIE ANDREWS
Courtney Marie Andrews is releasing her new album Old Flowers in June via Fat Possum, and she'll play release shows in Nashville and Brooklyn, as well as open tour dates for both Nathaniel Rateliff and The Tallest Man on Earth. All dates here.
Moses Sumney has just a few upcoming shows, including an intimate Brooklyn show on Monday where he'll perform his half-released double album græ in full.
Led by trumpeter Sheila Maurice-Grey, London-based ensemble Kokoroko make afrobeat-influenced jazz (or maybe it’s the other way around), citing Fela Kuti, Tony Allen and Ebo Taylor as inspirations for their “soul shaking, horn fueled sound.” They'll be in Austin for SXSW and will be back in June for their first North American tour.
Angel Olsen continues to expand her tour, which now includes a solo performance at 'Live from Here with Chris Thile' in NYC ahead of her big Prospect Park show with Mount Eerie and Eleanor Friedberger.
THE WORLD IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE & I AM NO LONGER AFRAID TO DIE
TWIABP have a few shows coming up, including a "quiet set" at City Winery, for which they're promising "some stripped down versions of songs from a good amount of our releases, including some stuff we haven't played live in many years!"
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