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


Punk/pop punk label Hopeless Records is celebrating its 25th anniversary in LA with a lineup of veteran bands, including headliners Dillinger Four, who released their first two albums on Hopeless. It also includes 88 Fingers Louie, Guttermouth, the reunited Digger, Nobodys, and special guests. Tickets go on sale Friday (10/5) at 10 AM Pacific. D4 also have three Northeast shows, including a Midwestern Songs of the Americas 20th anniversary cruise in NYC. Digger are playing a NYC one-off with their old pals Weston (whose James Alex now fronts Beach Slang).


Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band begin a week of west coast shows tonight, The Fillmore in San Francisco on 10/6 included. Phoebe Bridgers, who just got done playing shows with The National, opens a bunch of the dates. Conor then plays two shows with John Prine in November. All of Conor's dates are HERE.


Portishead-related project BEAK> just released an anticipated new album that we love and now they're visiting North America to play some shows in support. The tour begins at Columbia City Theater in Seattle on 10/7 and ends 12 days later in Brooklyn.


Death-doom veterans Paradise Lost's 30th anniversary tour with killer support from Solstafir and The Atlas Moth begins tonight at Baltimore's Soundstage, before landing in NYC tomorrow, and then hitting Montreal, Chicago, Denver, and other cities throughout October.


CupcakKe has dropped off Iggy Azalea's tour which is set to start October 27 and hits NYC on November 6. Says CupcakKe, "Due to a change of plans, i unfortunately will no longer be able to attend tour with iggy. i’m grateful for the opportunity...and I'll be going on tour by meself when the album drops .... be looking out for dates .. thanks."


Gothy punk icons The Damned kick off their "Evil Spirits" fall tour on October 17 in Boston, with stops in NYC (10/18 @ Irving Plaza), Asbury Park (10/19 @ Stone Pony), DC, Philadelphia, Denver, Vegas and more. They tour wraps up with The Damned playing Danzig's 30th anniversary show in Los Angeles on 11/3 with Venom Inc, The Meteors, Power Trip, and Mutoid Man.


Montreal songwriter Helena Deland is gearing up to release her newest record From the Series of Songs "Altogether Unaccompanied" Vol. III & IV later this month, and she'll soon be touring behind the album. She'll first play a run of shows in her native Canada, before coming stateside for a few dates this December, including stops in Chicago, Philadelphia, NYC (Elsewhere on 12/7), Cleveland, Philadelphia, and more. She's also playing two California shows with Buzzy Lee. Find all dates here.


Steve Earle has announced the 2019 edition of his annual winter residency at City Winery NYC, which includes shows on 1/8, 1/24, and 2/11 with special guests. Before that, he's got other tour dates, including another NYC show at Beacon Theatre this coming Tuesday (10/9). View all dates here.


In addition to his new solo album, Jeff Tweedy also has a memoir coming out November 13. That same day he'll kick off a short book tour at Brooklyn's Murmrr Ballroom and dates include stops in Boston, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Chicago.


The comedian and host of the informational Adam Ruins Everything (which was just added to Netflix) will embark on a national tour beginning in November, where Adam is set to "reveal the cultural parasites that seek to control your mind and behavior." Aside from an NYC show at Playstation Theater on 11/29 as part of New York Comedy Festival, he'll be stopping in Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, and many more cities. Head here for all dates.


Tokyo Police Club previously announced a North American tour, which includes an NYC date at Baby's All Right on 10/16. They've since added a few dates in March, which includes a second NYC date at Warsaw on 3/12, and further shows in Philadelphia, Atlanta, Cleveland, Boston, and more. View those dates here.


Robyn Just sang his classic Soft Boys song "I Wanna Destroy You" and will start his fall tour with backing band The Nashville Fabs on Friday in Seattle, with other stops in Portland, Chicago, NYC, Atlanta, New Haven, Boston and more.


Japanese psychedelic group Kikagaku Moyo return with their new album, Masana Temples, this week and is on tour as we speak.


Black Lips played a few North American shows earlier this year, and they'll be hitting the road again this fall. They're set to appear at NY Night Train's recurring Soul Clap & Dance Off show at Elsewhere on 12/15, alongside support from Gnarcissists and The Advertisers. The band will also be stopping in Kansas City, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, Atlanta, and more US cities. Find the full list of dates here.


After opening for Primus and Mastodon's co-headlining tour, All Them Witches announced a headlining tour of their own across the eastern US. The band are set to play shows in Charlotte, Atlanta, Chicago, NYC (Bowery Ballroom on 3/21), Cleveland, Detroit, Philadelphia, and more. Tickets for all shows go on sale Friday (10/5). Check here for the full list of dates.


Having just wrapped up a tour opening for Foxing, indie rockers Kississippi have announced headlining dates in continued support of this year's very solid Sunset Blush. All dates are with the Barsuk-signed Ruler, and the Topshelf-signed gobbinjr is also joining in Boston (Great Scott on 11/29), Brooklyn (Baby's All Right on 11/30), and Philly (PhilaMoca on 12/1). All dates here.


Atlanta R&B singer 6LACK has expanded his tour in support of his recently released album East Atlanta Love Letter, adding new dates in Detroit and NYC. The newly-added NYC show happens 11/15 at Terminal 5 with Summer Walker, one day after his Hammerstein Ballroom show with Tierra Whack. Updated dates here.

GOUGE AWAY (with FURY and more)

Florida hardcore band Gouge Away have expanded their tour behind their recently released sophomore album (and first for Deathwish), Burnt Sugar. It already included a NYC show at the Thrasher Death Match party at Knockdown Center this Saturday, 10/6 (with Gorilla Bisuits, Negative Approach, Culture Abuse, Fury, and more), and now it also includes an unofficial Death Match afterparty at Saint Vitus at 11 PM Saturday night with Fury and Combust. $5 tickets are on sale. Gouge Away will be back in NYC on tour with Drug Church later this year. All dates here.


Robert Glasper begins his 24-night, 48-show residency at the Blue Note tonight (10/2), and he also just added Yasiin Bey (fka Mos Def) to the October 11-14 shows. Tickets for all dates, full lineups, and more info here.

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

More From Brooklyn Vegan