Here’s a roundup of the latest tour news. See the Tour Dates category for more information.
Alternative rock band Wallows have announced a second U.S. leg of their Tell Me That It’s Over tour, with dates this fall in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, SLC, Santa Fe, El Paso, New Orleans, Memphis, Fayetteville, AR and Oklahoma City. The band’s tour begins Friday in Seattle and they have shows with Hatchie, Spill Tab, Empath, Samia and many more. Dates include festival appearances at Bonnaroo and Coachella, four sold-out parties at New York’s Terminal 5, and Continued.
ROXY MUSIC / ST VINCENT
Bryan Ferry, Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera and Paul Thompson reunite to celebrate Roxy Music’s 50th anniversary with North American dates in September opened by Saint Vincent.
FLORENCE + THE MACHINE
Florence + The Machine have announced a fall tour with some big openings including Japanese Breakfast, Wet Leg, Arlo Parks, Yves Tumor, King Princess and Sam Fender, varying by date.
PSYCHEDELIC FURS / X
The Psychedelic Furs announced the “Made of Rain” tour, with special X guests for the entire trek.
THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM
The Gaslight Anthem are back, with a new album planned, and they just announced a tour, including a leg with Jeff Rosenstock and one with Tigers Jaw.
Not only is Stagecoach returning this year, but Goldenvoice also just announced a new one-day California country festival, Palomino Festival, and this one leans a bit more into the alternative/indie side of the country than Stagecoach. Kacey Musgraves headlines, and the rest of the great lineup includes Willie Nelson & Family, Jason Isbell and Unit 400, Turnpike Troubadours, Orville Peck, Old Crow Medicine Show, Valerie June, Charley Crockett, Paul Cauthen , Nikki Lane, Morgan Wade and more.
He just released his great new album DFTK on Young Thug’s Young Stoner Life label, rising LA-via-DC rapper Yung Kayo comes to New York to perform Elsewhere Hall on Friday (4/1) with the support of Babyxsosa.
AUGUST BURNING RED / WE ARE ROMANS / HOLLOW FRONT / Void OF VISION
August Burns Red has signed to SharpTone Records for his upcoming ninth album and announced a tour with fellow metalcore veterans We Came As Romans, as well as two newer bands: Hollow Front and Void of Vision. NYC area gets shows 7/16 at the Starland Ballroom in NJ and 8/27 at Paramount Long Island. All dates here.
REPRESENTATION OF GUILT / YAUTJA
Following their stop at Austin’s Oblivion Access festival, Portrayal of Guilt head out on tour in May with fellow metal/punk crossover maniacs Yautja.
ALLEGAEON / ARKAIK / AENIMUS / SUMMON THE LICH
Colorado metal band Allegaeon have announced the Terrestrial Takeover Tour which will feature them featuring Arkaik, Aenimus and Summoning The Lich in June and July. The band states: “After the unfortunate cancellation of the Terrestrial Takeover Tour in 2020, we are thrilled to announce that we will be headlining in the United States under the same banner with our friends from Arkaik, Aenimus and Summoning The Lich. We’ll be playing a set list with tracks from across our discography with a particular focus on our new album. DAMNUM. It’s going to be an unforgettable performance and we can’t wait to see you all there.” The tour arrives in Brooklyn on June 17 at The Meadowsand all dates are here.
LESS JAKE / AQUABATS / BOWLING FOR SOUP
Ska-punk lifers Less Than Jake celebrate their 30th anniversary as a band with the “Back for the Attack” tour with The Aquabats and Bowling for Soup this summer.
DOA / DEATH SET
Punk legends DOA will be touring the West Coast in April with The Death Set, with shows in Seattle, Portland, Grant’s Pass, Reno, San Francisco, San Jose, Morro Bay, Los Angeles, San Diego, Long Beach, Pioneertown and Las Vegas. head here for more details.
ODESZA / Sylvan Esso
ODESZA has announced The Last Goodbye Tour, which is featuring Sylvan Esso on all dates, as well as San Holo, Elderbrook, Ben Böhmer, Ford, Gilligan Moss and NASAYA on select shows.
Man Man liberated Dream hunting in the Entre-deux valleytheir first album for Sub Pop, in April 2020, and they will finally be touring for this summer.
JOSHUA RAY WALKER / SARAH SHOOK AND THE DISARMERS
A major double bill tour for fans of alternative country music has just been announced: Joshua Ray Walker and Sarah Shook & the Disarmers. For Joshua, it’s more dates in support of last year’s highly (and deservedly) acclaimed See you next time, his third consecutive album in as many years. Sarah Shook, meanwhile, has just released her new album night owl last month.
IN IT. ABOVE
In it. Above. in June with Couplet and Pool Kids, and they shared a new single from a split that Evan Weiss says is their first recording as a full group.