Here’s a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
San Francisco dream-pop band No Vacation will return to the East Coast in February of 2023 for a run of shows that includes their Canadian debut and an NYC show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on February 9. See all dates here.
Whistler Molly Lewis announced her debut album, On The Lips, due out February 16 via Jagjaguwar. After December shows in Australia and New Zealand, she’ll play US shows starting in February of 2024, including NYC’s Bowery Ballroom on March 6. See all dates here.
Glasgow indie pop band Camera Obscura have signed again to Merge (who released 2006’s Let’s Get Out of This Country) and announced their first tour since 2019, with dates in the UK in May of 2024 and Mexico City in June. Nothing in the US yet, but stay tuned, and see all dates so far here.
Palehound are wrapping up their 2023 tour supporting this year’s Eye On The Bat, and they’ve announced new 2024 dates supporting Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit and Sleater-Kinney. “It feels amazing to be back on the road again, we’re having a blast on tour!,” El Kempner says. “I’m so excited to go back out with Jason Isbell and Sleater-Kinney next year. They’re two hugely inspiring acts. The only good thing Twitter has ever done for me is get Jason’s attention from a viral tweet I had about my dad who’s a superfan and showed up to Red Rocks like 7 hrs before doors for one of his shows.” See all dates here.
MUSICIANS FOR GAZA BENEFIT
Marc Ribot, Shahzad Ismaily, Anthony Coleman, Roy Nathanson, Huda Asfour, Ches Smith and more are performing at the “Musicians for Gaza” benefit on Saturday, November 18 at 15 Rutherford Place at 7 PM. Proceeds benefit the Palestinian Children’s Relief Fund and AFSC’s Gaza Emergency Fund.
Bay Area hardcore band Spy released their first full-length album, Satisfaction, in June (pick up our ultra clear with maroon, gold, and silver splatter vinyl variant, limited to 250 copies), and after a busy year of touring, they’ve announced their final show of 2023, at NYC’s TV Eye on December 1, with Combust and Blame God.
Bryan Adams announced a new leg of US and Mexico shows for 2024, part of his “So Happy It Hurts” tour, beginning in January and running through March. He’ll be joined by Dave Stewart’s Eurythmics Songbook, which has Stewart performing Eurythmics classics backed by a new band. Shows include Newark, NJ’s Prudential Center on March 16, and you can see all dates here.
ROLLING LOUD CALIFORNIA 2024
The multi-city hip-hop festival announced the lineup for its 2024 California edition, headlined by Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, and Lil Uzi Vert.
The next edition of the Chris Thile-curated 65th Street Session happens on November 28 at David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center, with Vulfpeck and The Fearless Flyers guitarist Cory Wong, The Late Show Band bandleader Louis Cato, and singer-songwriter and bassist Meshell Ndegeocello.
Chastity Belt announced a spring tour supporting their new album Live Laugh Love.
MANNEQUIN PUSSY / SOUL GLO
Mannequin Pussy’s newly announced 2024 North American tour is a killer bill, with support from Soul Glo.
TINA FEY & AMY POEHLER
Pennywise and The Scratch will join Dropkick Murphys for their 2024 St. Patrick’s Day tour, which runs through February into March.
Madi Diaz announced a new headlining tour to support her new album Weird Faith, with support from Olivia Barton, Jack Van Cleaf, and Daniel Nunnelee, varying by date.
SLEEPYTIME GORILLA MUSUEM
JOHN HENDY’S FRIENDS BENEFIT
The 2023 edition of Steve Earle’s annual benefit show for The Keswell School will feature John Mellencamp, plus more special guests to be announced.
FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY / EXODUS / DARKEST HOUR / UNDEATH
Fit For An Autopsy, Exodus, Darkest Hour, and Undeath are about to begin their tour together, which runs through mid-December in the US.
OSEES announced a run of summer and fall shows for 2024.
BELLE AND SEBASTIAN
Belle and Sebastian’s new 2024 tour includes shows rescheduled from their cancelled 2023 dates, and is with The Weather Station and Haley Heynderickx each joining on select stops.
THIS IS THE KIT
Having recently wrapped up a tour with Gruff Rhys, This Is The Kit will return to the road in February for an East Coast run with Sam Amidon.
After having to cancel her fall co-headlining tour with Shygirl, Tinashe announced new 2024 dates on the East Coast.
PETER HOOK & THE LIGHT
The 2024 North American leg of Peter Hook & The Light’s “Substance Tour” will have them performing both the New Order Substance and Joy Division Substance singles compilations in full, along with a few other favorites from each band.
Chicago band Friko announced their debut album, and they’re playing a few shows this fall.
Check our Tour Dates category for more.