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

SOCCER MOMMY

Indie newcomer rocker Soccer Mommy's recently released Clean is one of our favorite new albums, and we're obviously not the only ones who like it. She sold out the Rough Trade NYC (5/4) show on her tour and added a second NYC show for Elsewhere Zone One (5/2). She also plays BrooklynVegan and Margin Walker's free Lost Weekend 2 day parties in Austin during SXSW. Updated dates are listed HERE.

RAVYN LENAE

R&B/soul singer Ravyn Lenae recently announced a tour supporting her great new Crush EP and she just added a second NYC show to that tour. The day before she plays Rough Trade (4/4), she'll play Baby's All Right (4/3). Updated dates are listed HERE. Stream her new EP on Spotify.

ERIC CLAPTON

The guitar god says his days as a touring artist are coming to an end, and he just announced his "only remaining" North American shows of 2018 -- two nights at MSG.

CRAIG WEDREN

Former Shudder to Think frontman and television score-composer Craig Wedren released solo album Adult Desire (and an IOS app to go with it) last year and now has a few shows lined up on both coasts, including a Brooklyn show at Rough Trade on May 5. All tour dates are here.

THE SLACKERS

NYC ska vets The Slackers have an April tour coming up with more dates planned for June. Most of the June dates are still TBA but they did just announce one for Jersey City's White Eagle Hall (6/1). All dates are listed HERE. Watch a video of The Slackers playing Punk Rock Bowling 2017 HERE.

THE VOIDZ

Julian Casablancas' band The Voidz announced NYC residencies for June and LA release shows this month to celebrate their upcoming album.

LITHICS

The Portland post-punks just signed with Kill Rock Stars and the label will release their second album, Mating Surfaces, in May. The band are joining Shopping for West Coast dates of their tour this month and will be on tour with Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks this June, including the two Brooklyn shows at Music Hall of Williamsburg. All dates are listed here.

WET

Alt-pop band Wet are planning to release their sophomore album this year. Details are TBA but they did just drop lead single "There's A Reason" and announce a lengthy tour with the R&B-ish Inc No World. The tour includes a hometown show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on May 20. All dates are listed HERE. You can listen to the new single:

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See you in Austin for SXSW. BrooklynVegan has 3 day parties and 2 night shows this year:
3/15-3/17: Lost Weekend @ Cheer Up Charlies (FREE day parties) - RSVP now
3/14: Dine Alone/Buzz Records/BV Showcase @ Swan Dive (night)
3/15: Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion BV Showcase @ Scoot Inn (night)