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


Los Angeles post-punk-inspired band Automatic have a busy rest of 2019, opening for Bauhaus' two reunion shows next week before going on tour Black Marble (including NYC's Bowery Ballroom on 11/22 and Market Hotel on 11/23). After their tour with Black Marble, they've added shows in Chicago, Springfield (MO), Albuquerque, and Phoenix. All dates are here and listen to their Stones Throw debut here:


La Roux is back with a new album and tour in 2020.


A double bill that might have been unthinkable in 1980, The Pretenders and Journey are teaming up for a massive 2020 tour that will have them out for five months at amphitheaters around North America. The tour kicks off May 15 in Ridgefield, WA and currently wraps up September 12 in Bethel, NY. Chances are they're playing near you -- head here for all dates and tickets.


My Chemical Romance have been broken up since 2013, but they just officially announced a reunion. So far the only date is in L.A. in December, but surely there will be more?


You may know Eliot Glazer from his role on sister Ilana's show Broad CIty (he plays her brother, their too), but he's also known for "Haunting Renditions" shows where he brings his classically trained musical skills (and his comedy chops) by taking pop songs and giving them the grandiose piano treatment. You can catch him in Washington, DC on 12/18, Philadelphia on 12/19 and Chicago on 1/15. Here's a "Haunting Renditions" video from a recent L.A. show with The Good Place's D'Arcy Carden and Este Haim


Relapse labelmates Gatecreeper and Exhumed are beginning a co-headlining tour in Austin tonight (Halloween) in support of their respective new albums Deserted and Horror, which both came out the same day earlier this month. The tour includes a NYC show at the soon-to-close Brooklyn Bazaar on November 12.


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

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