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


Still promoting last year's House of Sugar, (Sandy) Alex G has just announced a spring tour that kicks off in Cleveland on March 30 and runs through May 3 in Jacksonville, FL. Most of those dates are will Miserable or Madeline Kenney and there's nothing in the Northeast this time around. Head here for all dates and check out the new video for "Bad Man" below:


Stephen Malkmus is releasing his “folkie” and “stoner feel” new album Traditional Techniques, in March. He made it with Matt Sweeney (Chavez, Zwan) and Chris Funk (The Decemberists) and that trio will tour this spring.


We mentioned that Stereolab was playing NYC after appearances at III Points and Shaky Knees, but it turns out those shows are part of a two-week US tour.


Dave Matthews Band have announced a summer amphitheater tour, beginning with a two-night stand at Connecticut's Mohegan Sun Arena and also including two night stands in Chicago, California, New Hampshire, Saratoga Springs, and more; one night stands in NJ, Wantagh (Jones Beach), Grand Rapids, Milwaukee, and more; and a three-night stand at Gorge Amphitheatre in Washington around Labor Day with Mavis Staples, Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, Allen Stone, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, and Dumpstaphunk. A ticket presale begins Thursday (1/23) at 10 AM Eastern. All dates here.


Comedian Cameron Esposito will be on tour this spring supporting her new memoir Save Yourself, including shows in Los Angeles (Dynasty Typewriter on March 21), Brooklyn (March 25 at Bell House), Boston, Philly, DC, Chicago, San Francisco, Portland and Seattle. This weekend you can catch Cameron in Salt Lake City on Sunday. All dates are here.


New Orleans' PEARS and Ontario's Single Mothers are both bands who mix hardcore and poppier punk in interesting ways, so it sounds like a good pairing that they'll be hitting the road together this spring. The extensive run kicks off in PEARS' hometown on 3/27 and then hits Austin, Vegas, LA, San Diego, Seattle, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Minneapolis, Omaha, Denver, St. Louis, and more. PEARS also have a new self-titled album dropping 3/6 via Fat Wreck Chords and they'll be back in Vegas after the tour ends for Punk Rock Bowling. All dates here.


DJ Shadow announced his first tour in three years in support of his star-studded 2019 album Our Pathetic Age (ft. De La Soul, Run the Jewels, Nas, Wiki, Paul Banks, Samuel T Herring, Inspectah Deck, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, and others).


Old timey revivalist Pokey LaFarge announced a new album and tour.


Weyes Blood announced a world tour, including Coachella and Primavera Sound.


Waxahatchee will support her just-announced new album on an extensive tour with openers varying by date, including Bonny Doon (who have two members that play on her new album), Shamir, Mirah, Radiator Hospital, and Ohmme.


UK duo Sleaford Mods are playing Coachella this April and will tour the West Coast while here, bringing Irish noisepunks Girl Band with them.


In addition to opening The 1975's tour (alongside Phoebe Bridgers), UK indie/bedroom/dream pop artist beabadoobee has headlining US shows and she's playing SXSW and Coachella.


New Zealand band Yumi Zouma will release a new album and tour the US in March.


Brooklyn band Activity, which includes members of Grooms, Russian Baths, and Field Mouse, will release their debut album in March and have tour dates this winter and spring.


Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed. For more metal tours, browse Upcoming Metal Tours.

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