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

WILCO

Several months back, Wilco announced a spring US tour of the Midwest and West, but once that wraps up, the band will stay on the road for a Southern US tour this April. This brief run of shows happens in Memphis, Jackson, Mobile, and St. Augustine, with a presale starting Wednesday (2/4) at 10AM local time (password: JOY), and general onsale starting Friday (2/7) at 10AM local time. After these US shows, the band will also play European dates throughout the summer. Check here for tickets to all upcoming dates.

DAN ROSENBOOM

Trumpter Dan Rosenboom is celebrating the release of his new album Absurd in the Anthropocene at shows in select cities this month, including NYC at Nublu on Thursday, February 6th with saxophonist David Binney, saxophonist Gavin Templeton, guitarist Alexander Noice, keyboardist Jeff Babko, bassist Jerry Watts Jr., and drummer Gary Novak. The album's psychedelic last single "Lemonade" features Gavin Templeton, Tim Conley, Tim Lefebvre, and drummer Zach Danziger going for "a heavy, Soundgarden-esque jam." You can watch its video here:

311 / INCUBUS

Two nu-metal-adjacent-turned-poppier-rock bands who have been undergoing critical reevaluations lately, Incubus (who very recently did a Make Yourself 20th anniversary tour) and 311 (who people say Turnstile sound like), have announced an amphitheater tour together for this summer. The two bands will be joined by relatively newer band Badflower on all dates of the tour, which hits NY (Jones Beach on 8/22), NJ (PNC Bank Arts Center on 8/12), Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Atlanta, Cleveland, Charlotte, Dallas, and much more. Head here for all dates.

THE RADIO DEPT / HATER

The Radio Dept have a busy 2020 ahead, promising 10+ new songs this year and they'll head to North America this spring with fellow Swedish band Hater.

ARIEL PINK (NYC SHOWS WITH CMON)

Having sold out his 4/29 Le Poisson Rouge show, Ariel Pink has added a second date in NYC, happening 4/30 at Market Hotel. Both shows are with CMON (Confusing Mix of Naitons), the new group featuring former members of Regal Degal. CMON just signed with Mexican Summer and will release their debut album on April 3 and you can listen to new single "Zoo" below. Ariel Pink plays DC's 9:30 Club right before hitting NYC and also has a couple Miami shows right after (all dates are here). CMON also play LA's Zebulon on 4/24 before heading to NYC.

NADA SURF

Nada Surf just wrapped up their winter tour in NYC but will be back in North America this spring.

SINGLE MOTHERS

In addition to their previously announced tour opening for PEARS, Canadian punks single Mothers have now announced headlining tour dates happening in Atlanta, Richmond, Lancaster, Brooklyn (Knitting Factory on 4/29), and Boston. Updated dates here.

BOY HARSHER (ADDED TO OUTLINE SERIES)

The first event in Knockdown Center's new Outline series happens February 29 with John Maus, Ben Lamar Gay, Katie Gately, Patience and more. Boy Harsher have just been added as a headliner and tickets are still available.

TINASHE

Tinashe has announced a spring tour supporting last year's very good Songs For You.

LIDO PIMIENTA

Colombian-born, Toronto-based artist Lido Pimienta will release her third album, Miss Colombia, on April 17 via ANTI-. It’s her first since 2016’s Polaris Prize-winning La Papessa and she'll play select North American dates this spring.

JOHN DOE / KRISTIN HERSH / GRANT LEE PHILLIPS

Throwing Muses leader Kristin Hersh will be on the road with former tourmate Grant Lee Phillips and X frontman John Doe starting tonight in Washington, DC. It’s a reprisal of their Exile Follies shows they did years ago. Head here for all dates.

COHEED & CAMBRIA / CHON

In addition to throwing their stacked S.S. Neverender cruise off the coast of Miami this October, Coheed & Cambria have announced that they'll bring 2007's 'Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume Two: No World for Tomorrow' on tour with prog/math rockers CHON.

HINDS

Hinds will tour in support of their third album in May and June.

NOS PRIMAVERA SOUND 2020

The Portugal edition of Primavera Sound has announced its 2020 edition, the stacked lineup includes headliners Pavement (one of only two reunion shows they'll play this year), Lana Del Rey, Tyler, The Creator, Beck, King Krule, and Bad Bunny.

COLD WAVES FEST 2020

The 2020 edition of Chicago industrial music festival Cold Waves goes down September 18-20 and this year’s lineup includes Front 242, My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult, Stabbing Westward, The Young Gods, and more.

THE FORMAT

The Format unexpectedly reunited at a Phoenix acoustic show on Monday, and now they've announced three US reunion shows in NYC, Chicago and Phoenix.

JUANA MOLINA

Argentinian experimentalist Juana Molina released the Forfun EP last year and will be on tour this spring.

TORI AMOS (BOOK TOUR)

Tori Amos announced a book tour behind her new memoir, Resistance: A Songwriter’s Story of Hope, Change, and Courage, which hits bookshelves this May.

HINDS

Spanish band Hinds announced a spring North American tour behind their forthcoming third album, The Prettiest Curse.

ANTI-FLAG

Anti-Flag have added more dates to their US tour behind this year's great 20/20 Vision, including a new NYC date in March.

JADE HAIRPINS (UK DATES)

The "mysterious" duo of Jade Hairpins has been revealed to be Fucked Up's Jonah Falco and Mike Haliechuk, and they'll make their live debut in the UK next week.

ACTION BRONSON / MEYHEM LAUREN

Action Bronson has announced 'The Great Bambino Tour' with fellow Queens rapper/frequent collaborator Meyhem Lauren.

NADA SURF

Nada Surf have expanded their 2020 tour, with upcoming dates in Jersey City, Toronto, Montreal, Portland (ME), Northampton, Chicago, and more.

SLIPKNOT

Slipknot have announced another ‘Knotfest Roadshow’ tour behind last year’s genuinely good We Are Not Your Kind, with support coming from A Day To Remember, Underoath, and Code Orange.

BLACK AND BLUE BOWL 2020

Annual NYC hardcore festival Black & Blue Bowl has announced it will host its 2020 edition at NYC venue The Brooklyn Monarch.