The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
DRAKE / MIGOS
Drake and Migos' tour begins its seven-show NYC run TONIGHT (8/24). They're doing four nights at MSG, followed by three at Barclays Center. Some dates are still on sale and resale tickets are available for the sold-out shows. While they're here, Drake is throwing a party at Brooklyn Mirage on Sunday (8/26) with Virgil Abloh, and Migos are "hosting" an afterparty at Highline Ballroom late Saturday (8/25) night.
A little over a month since playing their 40th anniversary show in London, The Cure will return to the stage in 2019 for two shows at South Africa's Rock on the Lawns festival in March. These are the band's only upcoming dates at the moment, so stay tuned. Find out more info here.
Dean Wareham's band Luna, who released two new records in 2017, kick off a short weekend Northeast tour tonight in Brooklyn, and will also play Cambridge, MA and Fairfield, CT. Then it's off to Europe where they'll strum their way through Spain, Portugal, France and the UK. All dates are here.
Indie rock/pop outfit Broncho announced a new album Bad Behaviour due out October 12, and they're set to play a few North American shows this fall, which includes a show at Brooklyn's Rough Trade on 11/6. They'll also be making stops in Chicago, Philadelphia, and Montreal, among many other cities. All dates can be found here, and you can watch their new video for new singles "Sandman" and "Boys Got To Go" below.
Chicago rapper/singer Lando Chill is releasing his newest record Black Ego in October, and his newest single "Peso," which features Quelle Chris and Rey, is a politically-charged track which focuses on the government's oppression of minorities. "The hood is as much the ‘frontline’ as the border and reservations, as they all have been militarized against and oppressed by our government; through legislation, perception and abhorrent action. Quelle Chris and Rey from Ojalá Systems round out the narrative, creating a kaleidoscope of wisdom and wariness that precedes what it means to be a person of color battered by the wage gap within the police state in which we reside," Chill told HipHopDX.
Lando will soon be playing two US shows in support of the new record, including a headlining show at Brooklyn's Elsewhere - Zone One on 10/5, which follows an LA show opening for Tuscon punks Foxx Bodies in September. Find all dates here, and stream "Peso" below.
BECK / ST. VINCENT (DJ)
Annie Clark announced she'll be opening as a DJ for Beck's Hollywood Bowl show on 9/28, which is sure to be a very exciting pairing. She also has several other North American shows coming up, including an appearance at Austin's ACL Fest in October, and other shows in Seattle, Denver, Santa Fe, and more. All STV dates here. Beck has other upcoming dates too, including a run with The Voidz, a two-night stand at Red Rocks with Jenny Lewis, and more. His dates are listed here.
The Lemonheads frontman will be playing some very intimate East Coast shows this fall.
Denzel Curry put out his great new LP TA1300 last month, along with announcing an expansive world tour. He recently added a second NYC show to his tour: an early show at Gramercy Theatre on 10/9, which means Denzel is playing that venue twice in one night. Denzel also plays Afropunk Brooklyn this weekend. Full list of dates can be found here.
MEWITHOUTYOU / JOAN OF ARC / HURRY
mewithoutYou added Joan of Arc and Hurry as openers to the first leg of their upcoming tour.
HORRENDOUS / TOMB MOLD / DAEVA
Buzzed-about modern death metal bands Horrendous and Tomb Mold are playing Northeast shows together, and blackened thrashers Daeva are coming along for the ride too.
Moooo! Doja Cat is going on tour.
Now that garage rock greats Oh Sees have their new album Smote Reverser out -- stream it below -- they're set to resume touring in Europe on Tuesday (8/28). That'll be followed by North American dates in the fall, including a three-night run in Brooklyn and more. All dates here.
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