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


Phish's Trey Anastasio is gearing up for a fall tour, which begins after his appearance on Live From Here with Chris Thile at NYC's Town Hall on Saturday (10/12) and ends back in NYC for two sold-out Carnegie Hall shows later this month. He has also now announced another tour for early 2020, beginning with a two-night stand at Port Chester, NY's Capitol Theatre on January 10 & 11, and also including two-night stands in LA and New Orleans, plus stops in Phoenix, Austin, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and San Diego. Pre-sales for all dates except Austin begin Wednesday (10/9) at 1 PM ET and the public on-sale starts Friday, 10/18 at 11 AM ET. All dates here.


NYHC vets Sheer Terror have been touring a lot this year, and they're about to head back out on the road for a fall tour, including several dates with Eyehategod and Negative Approach. They also just scheduled a 35th anniversary hometown show happening February 15, 2020 at The Factory (23 Meadow St in Brooklyn) with The Templars, Crazy Eddie, and The Fight. All dates here.


Canadian blues rock band Reignwolf will be on the road for much of the last of 2019, playing Memphis' Mempho Music Festival on October 19 which doubles as a warm-up for the band's fall UK/EU tour. They'll be back in the States for Southwest shows in November and will ring in 2020 in NYC with a New Year's Eve show at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Head here for all dates.


Having just played Thrasher Death Match in NYC, Beach Fossils have a few more live dates on the horizon, This weekend they'll play Asheville, NC for Burial Beer's Burnpile Harvest Fest with A Place to Bury Strangers, LA Witch, and more, then in November they'll play Post Malone's Posty Fest, and Pico Rivera, CA's Tropicalia Fest. All dates are here.


Brooklyn dancey post-punk group Public Practice just released a new two-song single and have announced a UK tour happening next spring. They play their hometown on NYC a lot and their next show happens at new Manhattan venue The Dance (the new club from Baby's All Right owner BIlly Jones) on November 14.


Eagles -- which these days is Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, with Deacon Frey and Vince Gill – will be playing their 1976 mega-seller Hotel California on tour, with two-night stands in Atlanta, New York (Madison Square Garden on February 14 & 15), Dallas, Houston, San Francisco and Los Angeles. For the album, they'll be backed by an orchestra and choir, and there will be a second set of the band’s greatest hits. All dates are here.


The 2020 edition of Big Ears goes down March 26-29 in Knoxville, TN. They’ve just announced the initial lineup which includes: Tindersticks, MÚM, Thundercat, Devendra Banhart, Damo Suzuki of Can, Mdou Moctar, mssv (Mike Baggetta, Stephen Hodges, Mike Watt), Efterklang, Sarah Davachi, Xylouris White, Kim Gordon, Terry Riley, John Paul Jones, and more.


Icelandic electronic/orchestral group Múm are playing the 2020 edition of Knoxville’s Big Ears, where they’ll perform Yesterday Was Dramatic—Today is OK for its 20th anniversary at the festival. While here, they’ll be doing their most extensive touring in North America in a decade.


Genre-defying Chicago metal band Immortal Bird have announced a headlining December tour supporting this year's very good Thrive on Neglect.


Dan Snaith is back in action with Caribou and just released a new single. He's also just announced a 2020 tour that kicks off March 16 in Hamilton, Ontario and wraps up its North American leg in NYC on March 27 at Brooklyn Steel.


American Nightmare have announced a 20th anniversary tour for next year.


Gold Dime's tour begins with a hometown album release show in Brooklyn this week, and they added a hometown Halloween show happening when they return (on 10/30).


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

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