The following new tours were announced. Check the Tour Dates category every day for more.
The National continue to expand their tour, gradually adding major shows with amazing openers. They've just done it again, adding Philly's Mann Center and Columbia's Merriweather Pos Pavilion with Cat Power and Phoebe Bridgers, and Red Rocks with Sharon Van Etten. Tickets for those three shows go on sale Thursday (4/19) at 10 AM local. That's in addition to their two-day fest at Queens' Forest Hills Stadium with Future Islands, Jason Isbell, Cat Power, Phoebe Bridgers, U.S. Girls, and more (win tickets); and several other shows. All dates and tickets HERE.
NINE INCH NAILS
Nine Inch Nails are playing a handful of international festivals this summer, but their only US shows will be a short Vegas run. After already announcing two Vegas shows, they just added a third, which goes on sale this week. All dates and tickets HERE.
Wolf Parade are reunited and have a great new album out, and they just announced a bunch of North American US and Canada dates, including stops in Ithaca, Connecticut, Baltimore, Louisville, Nashville, Quebec, WInnipeg, Calgary, and more. All newly-added dates go on sale Friday (4/20) at 10 AM local time. All dates and tickets HERE. Watch their recent KEXP performance:
Alt-country singer/songwriter/violinist expanded her tour, which includes Newport Folk Fest, Red Rocks with her husband/collaborator Jason Isbell and Aimee Mann, two Texas gigs with John Prine, and more. Speaking of...
Jason Isbell has announced another round of 2018 summer tour dates in support of last year's excellent The Nashville Sound. Tickets for the newly-added dates on sale Friday (4/20) at 10 AM local time. All dates and tickets HERE.
Marie/Lepanto is the new group formed by Will Johnson of Centro-matic and Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster of Water Liars. Their debut album, all dusty folk with the occasional ragged guitar solo, came out in January. Having toured with Pedro the Lion earlier this year, they're currently on a headline tour (NYC on 4/17), and will open Jason Isbell's Austin shows in August.
Browse our Tour Dates category for even more tours you may have missed.