Here’s a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
EARTH WIND & FIRE / CHICAGO
Fresh off his multiple Grammy nominations for new album World Music Radio, Jon Batiste has announced the Uneasy Tour: Purifying The Airwaves For The People, which kicks off February 16 in Portland, OR. The tour stops at NYC’s Beacon Theatre on 3/19, Knoxville’s Big Ears Festival, and more.
Drake has announced the 2024 “It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As The What?” The US dates begin on January 18 in Denver, CO, and run through March 27 in Birmingham, AL, stopping in New Orleans, Tampa, Nashville, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Memphis, and more. Most shows are with J. Cole.
French duo Air have announced their first tour in seven years, where they’ll play their debut album, Moon Safari, in full.
LAETITIA SADIER (STEREOLAB)
WHEN WE WERE YOUNG 2024 LINEUP
Las Vegas’ When We Were Young festival has announced its 2024 lineup, and it’s got over 50 bands all performing albums in full, including My Chemical Romance, Pretty Girls Make Graves (their first show in 17 years), Nada Surf, and more.
Mom Jeans have announced a 2024 tour with Summer Salt and Hunny on all dates, plus additional support from Origami Angel, Free Throw, Macseal, Born Without Bones, Sydney Sprague, Bad Bad Hats, Just Friends, and Slow Joy, varying by date. They’ll also be at When We Were Young.
Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst has announced 2024 solo residencies to Los Angeles and NYC, promising discography-spanning set-lists, surprise guests, and a rotating backing band.
Flogging Molly have announced a tour that leads to the inaugural edition of their new Shamrock Rebellion festival on St Patrick’s Day weekend. Dates are with Amigo the Devil and Gen & The Degenerates.
Los Campesinos! will return to North America in June for a run of dates.
PANTERA / LAMB OF GOD
The Pantera reunion — with original members Phil Anselmo and Rex Brown, Black Label Society/Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Zakk Wylde, and Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante — has announced another leg of headlining tour dates with Lamb of God. The new shows run through February of 2024 in North America, starting in Sunrise, FL on February 3 and wrapping up in Québec City on February 27.
LA post-punks Provoker have announced a 2024 tour in support of their new album Demon Compass, including Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right on March 2 with Kumo 99, SXSW, and more. All dates and tickets here.
California’s Homesick Festival moves from Berkeley to San Francisco for its next edition, happening on February 2 and 3 at The Regency Ballroom. It’s the sixth year for the festival, and the lineup is here.
UK punks The Chisel will be in the US in January to play Baltimore’s Disturbin The Peace festival, and fresh off the plane, they’ll stop in NYC first.
ANDREW MCMAHON’S HOLIDAY FROM REAL CRUISE
Andrew McMahon has announced concert cruise Holiday From Real, which sails November 9-13, 2024 from Miami, FL to Great Stirrup Cay and Nassau, Bahamas and back. The cruise features headline shows with all three of his projects — Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Jack’s Mannequin, and Something Corporate — along with The Academy Is, Misterwives, Ruston Kelly, Jukebox the Ghost, and more. Head here for presale and full details.
Check our Tour Dates category for more.