Here’s a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
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Los Angeles venue The Roxy is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and is hosting special shows for the occasion. After announcing that Neil Young would perform 50 years to the day after headlining its opening night, they’ve added a second show the next night, on September 21. The shows will benefit The Painted Turtle and Bridge School. More info here.
New Zealand indiepop band Yumi Zouma will tour the US this fall, starting October 3 in Somerville, MA and heading west before heading back to the East Coast to finish up at Brooklyn’s Elsewhere on November 4.
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DIA DE LOS DEFTONES 2023
Deftones have announced the 2023 edition and lineup of their Dia De Los Deftones festival, which will go down on November 4 in San Diego.
THE HOLD STEADY – MASSIVE NIGHTS 2023
The Hold Steady’s 2023 “Massive Nights” run at Brooklyn Bowl happens from Wednesday, November 29 – Saturday, December 2. This year there’s also a First Night Wednesday podcast event.
Indigo Girls, who have gotten a significant bump from Barbie this summer, will play a special show at Port Chester’s Capitol Theatre on November 3 which is a benefit concert for Pace Women’s Justice Center. Check out their full schedule here.
After postponing her “Celebration Tour” due to a “serious bacterial infection” that had her in the ICU, Madonna has officially rescheduled the dates. They’ll now begin in London in October, with the North American shows starting in December in Brooklyn.
Canadian singer-songwriter Charlotte Cornfield has announced a North American fall tour that includes shows with Evan Cartwright, Dan Wriggins, Jesus the Dinosaur, Sister Ray, Ruby Randall, and The Gertrudes. It hits NYC at Baby’s all Right on October 25 with Evan Cartwright.
SUNNY DAY REAL ESTATE / THE SLEEPING
Sunny Day Real Estate’s next reunion tour begins this Friday (8/18), and they’ve just added another reunited emo band, The Sleeping, as an opener to some of the dates.
NYC’s Das Damen, who toured with Nirvana and released records on SST, Sub Pop, Twin Tone and more, are getting back together for their first shows in 30+ years to celebrate the deluxe reissue of their debut EP.
’80s Austin post-punk group Meat Joy, which included Gretchen Phillips (Two Nice Girls) and Deadwood actor John Hawkes, are reuniting for their first shows in 38 years to celebrate the reissue of their 1984 debut.
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The Lox — Styles P, Jadakiss, Sheek Louch — will headline the last of Amazon’s ’50 & Forever’ concerts celebrating 50 Years of Hip Hop. It happens August 20 at NYC’s Rooftop at Pier 17 (Ja Rule was originally supposed to headline on August 10, but that was cancelled) and will also be live-streamed via Amazon’s Twitch. The Lox will also celebrate 25 years on Money, Power, and Respect on September 24 at Irving Plaza.
Interpol are currently on tour with Smashing Pumpkins but will wrap up their 2023 with a pair of special hometown holiday shows featuring cool local openers.
Fred Armisen has been on the road doing “Comedy for Musicians but Everyone is Welcome Shows,” including a West Coast and Southwest run this month, and he’s added a new NYC show to the outing with Annie Hart.
Lucero released their most recent album, Should’ve Learned by Now, in February, and they’ll continue supporting it on the road this fall with Jason Boland & The Stragglers.
Sun June’s new album Bad Dream Jaguar is due October 20 via Run For Cover, and they’ll hit the road for tours with Runnner and Slaughter Beach, Dog following its release.
PINKSHIFT / JHARIAH / POLLYANNA
Pinkshift have a new EP, Suraksha, on the way this fall, and they’ve announced a tour supporting it. The US dates surround their festival appearances at Riot Fest, Louder Than Life, and Aftershock, and are with Jhariah (who they’ve played shows with before) and Pollyanna.
MIKE DOUGHTY’S GHOST OF VROOM
Mike Doughty’s Ghost of Vroom release their third album on September 1, and in November they’ll head out on tour, with shows in Iowa City, Minneapolis, Chicago, Toronto, Cleveland, the Boston area, NYC, Philly and more.
SAY SUE ME
South Korean indie rock trio Say Sue Me released LP The Last Thing Left and the 10 EP in 2022 and single “Mind Is Light” this year, and they’ve now announced a brief tour around the Northeastern US in mid-November.
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