Here’s a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
SUFFOCATION / INCANTATION
Long running metal vets Suffocation and Incantation will be hitting the road togther again this fall and are bringing Skeletal Remains and Stabbing with them. Suffocation say: “If there was ever a tour you do not want to miss, THIS is the one because we’ve got a lot of surprises in place for fans so look for some HUGE announcements coming soon, you guys have waited long enough.” Stops include a Brooklyn show at Warsaw on November 9.
Swedish prog metal vets Katatonia have announced a fall tour in support of their new album Sky Void of Stars. Dates kick off November 9 in Boston and wrap up November 25 in Vancouver.
Ticketmaster-hating country star Zach Bryan just released a new self-titled album, and now he’s announced a tour supporting it. “The Quittin Time Tour” runs throughout 2024 in stadiums and arenas in North America, starting in Chicago and wrapping up in his hometown of Tulsa, OK in December. He has some great support lined up, with Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Turnpike Troubadours, Sheryl Crow, The Middle East, Sierra Ferrell, Matt Maeson, and Levi Turner each joining him for select shows.
With a brand new single out today, Ty Segall also announced a 2024 tour.
Eric Andre will be on tour this fall, bringing The Eric Andre Explosion to cities across the US. We’re not sure what the “Explosion” part is — maybe Jon Spencer knows? — but Eric did just launch a podcast called Bombing.
Having just released his unusual and great standup/sketch comedy special Hell on Peacock, comedian Chris Fleming has live shows on the horizon. including L.A. in August, and Chicago and Boulder in December. His 2024 schedule a few East Coast shows this spring including DC, Boston and NYC’s Town Hall on March 14.
Comedian Kurt Braunohler is taking his podcast Bananas with co-host Scotty Landes, on the road this fall. East Coast dates include Brooklyn’s The Bell House on November 13. He’ll actually be in Brooklyn this week, playing his old Hot Tub stomping grounds of Littlefield on Thursday (8/31) with “Friends who have not confirmed yet.”
Experimental sound artist and Coil-collaborator CoH will celebrate new album Radiant Fault (out 10/20 on Dais Records) with a show at Brookyn’s Union Pool on October 20 with African American Sound Recordings and Brandon Nickell.
Comedian Todd Barry just released a new standup special and will be on tour throughout the fall.
Avalon Emerson is taking over Knockdown Center on October 7 for “9000 Dreams (Day into Night),” a 14-hour event that also features Fcukers, Sadie, Strange Ranger, Tony Rainwater, Yu Su, Elissa Suckdog, Musclecars, and PLO Man.
Check our Tour Dates category for more.