Here’s a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
REVEREND KRISTIN MICHAEL HAYTER
Reverend Kristin Michael Hayter (fka Lingua Ignota) has announced more dates for the Saved! Tour, with shows in Somerville, Montreal, Toronto and Chicago.
Knocked Loose have announced a massive headlining tour, and they’ve lined up an amazing group of bands to join them: Show Me The Body, Loathe, and Speed.
Much like another tour that bears a similar name, Joe Pera’s “The (P)Earas Tour” just keeps on going and has added a string of shows in the south in July, including Asheville, Nashville, and Atlanta. Joe’s schedule also includes a live Brooklyn taping of his Drifting Off podcast in February, and shows in most US cities. Head here for all dates.
Joni Mitchell has announced her first Los Angeles headlining show in over 24 years. It’s billed as “Joni Mitchell & The Joni Jam,” and happens at Hollywood Bowl in October.
BOBBY WEIR & WOLF BROS
Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros featuring Wolfpack have announced two special DC-area shows happening, appropriately, at Wolf Trap on August 28 & 29, where they’ll perform with the National Symphony Orchestra.
Scottish indiepop greats Camera Obscura just announced their first album in more than a decade and a tour to go with it.
Chicago singer / songwriter Kara Jackson‘s debut album, Why Does the Earth Give Us People to Love?, is one of the best albums of 2023, and she’s announced her first-ever headlining tour supporting it.
GARY CLARK JR
Gary Clark Jr has announced a big tour in support of his upcoming album JPEG RAW.
Marika Hackman has announced a North American tour in support of her great new album Big Sigh. Dates kick off September 5 in Toronto and include stops in Montreal, Boston, Brooklyn, Philly, DC, Atlanta, Austin, Los Angeles, Portland, Vancouver, Milwaukee, Chicago and more.
After announcing his first arena tour in five years last week, Justin Timberlake added second shows in a few cities.
Singer-songwriter Margaret Glaspy has announced a solo acoustic tour. happening in May. “Playing by myself with an acoustic guitar is largely how I write every song I’ve ever recorded and to get to do a tour that way has been a dream of mine,” Margaret says. “I can’t wait to play songs, both old and new, and to work up all of my favorite covers. This will be special.” Dates wrap up in Brooklyn at National Sawdust on May 11.
ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN
Future Islands’ seventh album, People Who Aren’t There Anymore, is out now, and they’ll be on the road this summer and fall supporting it, including a stop at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall.
SPANISH LOVE SONGS / OSO OSO
Spanish Love Songs and Oso Oso have announced a co-headlining spring tour. They’ll be joined by Sydney Sprague and Worry Club for most of the shows, which start in Mesa, AZ on April 3 and run through May 9 in Dallas, TX.
Vintage soul aficionado Nick Waterhouse will leave California for an East Coast tour this spring with stops in Boston, Portland, Montreal, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, and more. Dates wrap up at Brooklyn’s The Sultan Room on May 4.
GARCIA PEOPLES NUBLU RESIDENCY
Jammy indie rock band Garcia Peoples have announced a NYC residency where they will play East Village club Nublu on January 31 with Animal Surrender; February 22 with Masaaki; March 21 with Country Westerns; and April 18 with Weak Signal.
Tropicália great Caetano Veloso is wrapping up his tour supporting 2021’s Meu Coco, which was his first solo album in nine years. He’ll be in the US in March and April, stopping in Seattle, Los Angeles, NYC, Newark, Boston, and more.
BEACH FOSSILS / NATION OF LANGUAGE
Beach Fossils and Nation of Language are teaming up for a spring tour that currently takes flight April 1 in Cleveland and includes stops in Chicago, New Orleans, Orlando, Tulsa, Louisville, Indianapolis, Asheville, and more.
Former Friends singer Samanthan Urbani, who released her debut solo album last year, will play The Sultan Room on February 7 with SUO, Smith Taylor and DJ cumgirl8. If you happening to be going to the Whitney Art Party tonight (1/30), she’ll be DJing alongside MGMT.
TIM KINSELLA & JENNY PULSE
Tim Kinsella and Jenny Pulse will be on tour this spring in support of last year’s Giddy Skelter. “We are THRILLED about the people we are playing with everywhere—tell you all about that soon,” they tease. Dates include NY shows at Tubby’s Kingston on April 7 and Brooklyn’s TV Eye on April 9.
R&B MUSIC EXPERIENCE (ASHANTI, GINUWINE, MORE)
Ashanti, Ginuwine, Tamar Braxton and more are part of the 2024 R&B Music Experience tour. Full dates have not been announced, but it hits Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on March 30 with 112, Next and Shai also on the bill.
MINNESOTA YACHT CLUB FEST
Saint Paul, Minnesota festival Minnesota Yacht Club has announced its inaugural lineup, happening on July 19 and 20 at Harriet Island Regional Park on the Mississippi River. The 2024 edition will feature two stages, with Gwen Stefani and Alanis Morissette headlining on Friday, and Red Hot Chili Peppers on Saturday. Full lineup is here.
Los Angeles singer-songwriter Loren Kramar, who has opened for Father John Misty, will release his debut album Glovemaker on April 26 via Secretly Canadian. There are also NYC and LA shows in February.
Check our Tour Dates category for more.