Here’s a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & THE E STREET BAND
Bruce Springsteen’s tour with The E Street Band hits NYC tonight, and they’ve also announced rescheduled dates for their Philly shows.
SUNAMI / REGULATE & MORE
Regulate are playing a benefit show for their friend Kyle Fee’s fight against cancer at Long Island’s Massapequa VFW on October 8 with Restraining Order, Stand Still, Dead Last, Lethal, Separated, and Bottom Out. That show has a suggested donation of $20. After that, they open for Sunami at Brooklyn’s Gold Sounds on October 13 with Combust and at NJ’s Salty’s Beach Bar on October 14, alongside the reunited Suburban Scum, Sworn Enemy (em>As Real As It Gets 20th anniversary set), Scarab, and Odiame.
Funk icon George Clinton has added a swank show to his tour schedule — the Met’s roof garden — and will tour with P-Funk this fall.
Woods have added more dates to their tour supporting their upcoming album Perennial, including Portland, ME in September and California dates in November (San Diego, Los Angeles Pioneertown, Ojai, Big Sur and San Francisco).
Helena Deland just announced her second album, and has added Jana Horn to her North American tour.
Marnie Stern just announced her first album in a decade, as well as a new NYC show.
Check our Tour Dates category for more.