Here's a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
Connecticut-born reggaeton singer Justin Quiles has been at it for over a decade and he's got multiple projects; collaborations with Bad Bunny, J Balvin, Daddy Yankee, and more; but he just now announced his first official US tour. That includes NYC's Irving Plaza on December 14, as well as shows in Connecticut, New Jersey, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, and much more. Tickets go on sale Friday (6/30) at 10 AM local with presales beforehand. All dates here.
THE BREEDERS 'LAST SPLASH' TOUR
The Breeders' classic second album Last Splash, featuring "Cannonball," "Divine Hammer," and more, turns 30 in August, and to celebrate they've announced a new deluxe vinyl reissue and a North American tour where they'll play it in full.
Detroit collective The Armed have announced new album, Perfect Saviors, as well as a fall tour.
ULRIKA SPACEK / HOLY WAVE
UK band Ulrika Spacek released Compact Trauma, one of our favorite albums of the year so far, back in March, and in support will be touring North America this fall. These will be their first shows on this side of the Atlantic in five years. "We are extremely happy to be making it over in financially challenging times for bands of our size," the band write. They'll be joined on all dates by Texas psych band Holy Wave, whose new album is out in August.
JENNY OWEN YOUNGS
Singer-songwriter Jenny Owen Youngs is back with Avalanche, her first new album in a decade, which is out on September 22 and she'll tour for it, too.
TREVER KEITH (FACE TO FACE)
Trever Keith of Face to Face has announced "Sight and Sound: An Art Exhibition And Acoustic Performance," which happen this summer in Nashville, NYC (The Loft at City Winery on 8/18). Chicago, and Anaheim, CA. Here's more info:
An "evening with"-style show with a storyteller acoustic set that will include face to face favorites and more, Sight and Sound will also feature Keith’s first ever series of paintings on display for viewing in person, which are themed on classic face to face songs, "Disconnected," A-OK" and "Blind.”