Here’s a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
THE GO! TEAM
The Go! Team will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album, Thunder, Lightning, Strike, next year, including live shows. They’ve just announced a few West Coast shows happening in the spring on the West Coast in Vancouver, Seattle, Portland and San Francisco.
TAKING BACK SUNDAY
Taking Back Sunday release their new album 152 on October 27 and they’ve just announced they’ll celebrate with a few intimate shows around the country in early November.
ELVIS COSTELLO & THE IMPOSTERS
Elvis Costello will be taking The Imposters back out on tour in early 2024, once again with Charlie Sexton also playing with the band.
TINA FEY & AMY POEHLER
Tina Fey & Amy Poehler have been on their Restless Leg comedy tour all year and have added more shows, including four at NYC’s Beacon Theatre.
The Lemonheads will be releasing new music next year but before that they’ve got a three-night New Year’s run in Chicago with Kiwi Jr opening.
Toronto’s Kiwi Jr have been getting some choice opening slots this year, including Guided by Voices and Pavement. They’ve got more on the horizon, including a Toronto show opening for the Walkmen, and three NYE shows in Chicago with The Lemonheads. They’ve also got co-headlining dates with Stef Chura and The Gotobeds. All dates are here.
Burna Boy has announced the I Told Them Tour which is split into two legs, with a few West Coast dates in November and then more in February and March. Head here for all dates.
Arlo Parks has announced a North American tour in support of this year’s My Soft Machine. Chloe George will be joining her, and dates begin February 29 in San Diego and include stops in LA, Vancouver, Seattle, Denver, Chicago, Nashville, DC, Toronto, Montreal, Boston, and Philly before wrapping things up in NYC.
Black Pumas have announced 2024 tour dates in support of their upcoming album Chronicles of a Diamond including Philly and NYC shows with Digable Planets.
The Dewaele brothers are getting Soulwax back together for their first full-band shows in five years. Currently only European dates have been announced. The band were supposed to play US dates in 2020 but the pandemic took care of those. They haven’t played the States in a long time — come back soon.