Tour Announcements

Syd announces tour

Syd, from the Internet, has announced a solo tour behind her debut record Fin. The tour, named“Always Never Home,” starts in October. The North American stint will include two shows at Tyler, the Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, one on October 28th where Syd will play a solo set and on October 29th where she will perform with the Internet. Check out Syd’s tour dates below. Syd earlier this week released “Bad Dream/No Looking Back” which is part of “a small collection of songs” set to come out this autumn, according to a press release.

Syd:

10-07 Atlanta, GA – Project Pabst !
10-09 New York, NY – Irving Plaza
10-10 Washington, D.C. – Fillmore
10-11 Boston, MA – Royale
10-13 Baltimore, MD – Soundstage
10-28 Los Angeles, CA – Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival
10-29 Los Angeles, CA – Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival !
11-06 Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall
11-07 Minneapolis, MN – Cabooze
11-09 Toronto, Ontario – The Phoenix Theater
11-13 Houston, TX – House of Blues
11-14 Dallas, TX – South Side Music Hall
11-15 Austin, TX – Emos
11-24 Vancouver, British Columbia – Vogue
11-26 Seattle, WA – Neptune
11-28 Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst
11-29 San Francisco, CA – Regency Ballroom
12-01 Las Vegas, NV – Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel
12-02 San Diego, CA – North Park Observatory
12-06 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
12-07 Los Angeles, CA – Novo

! with The Internet

Bon Iver announce U.S. tour

Bon Iver have announced a number of North American tour dates behind last year’s 22, A Million. The stint of dated includes shows in Nashville, Charlottesville, Atlanta, Durham, and more. Find the list of shows below. The band are also set to go on tour in Europe for shows next month, after they canceled European shows for “personal reasons” earlier this year.

Daniel Johnston announces final tour

Daniel Johnston has announced his final set of live shows for this fall. Johnston will play dates backed by bands that “he has influenced,” in cities distinct to those artists. Jeff Tweedy & Friends will join Johnston in Chicago, for example. He also has shows with Built to Spill in Portland and Vancouver, the Preservation All-Stars in New Orleans, and the Districts and Modern Baseball in Philadelphia. For each show, Johnston’s band will create the setlist, and each night will begin with a screening of the 2005 documentary The Devil and Daniel Johnston. Find the full itinerary below. \

Daniel Johnston:

09-28 New Orleans, LA – The Joy Theatre !
10-04 Philadelphia, PA – Tower Theater @
10-20 Chicago, IL – The Vic Theatre $
11-08 Portland, OR – Revolution Hall %
11-10 Vancouver, British Columbia – Venue Nightclub %

! with the Preservation All-Stars
@ with the Districts and Modern Baseball
$ with Jeff Tweedy & Friends
% with Built to Spill and others

Phoenix announce North American fall tour dates

Phoenix have announced new tour dates in North America, beginning on October 10th in Columbus, Ohio. They will also play shows in Detroit and Montreal and a pair of Mexican festivals. They will also go on a South American tour in November. Check out their complete itinerary below.

Phoenix 2017 Tour Dates:
08/11-12 – Bali, ID @ Sunny Side Up Festival
08/11-13 – Jakarta, ID @ We The Fest
08/15 – Manila, PH @ Araneta Coliseum
08/19 – Tokyo, JP @ Summer Sonic Festival
08/20 – Osaka, JP @ Summer Sonic Festival
09/02 – Dublin, IE @ Electric Picnic
09/29 – Paris, FR @ AccorHotels Area
09/30 – London, UK @ Alexandra Palace
10/10 – Columbus, OH @ Express Live!
10/11 – Detroit, MI @ Fillmore Detroit
10/13 – Montreal, QC @ Metropolis
10/15 – New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall
10/16 – Washington, DC @ Anthem
10/18 – Providence, RI @ Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
10/20 – Guadalajara, MX @ Coordenada Festival
10/21 – Monterrey, MX @ Live Out Festival
11/09 – Lima, PE @ Explanada Parque De La Exposición
11/11 – Santiago, CL @ Fauna Primavera
11/15 – Sao Paulo, BR @ Popload Festival
11/17 – Bogota, CO @ Soma
11/19 – Mexico City, MX @ Corona Capital

Japanese Breakfast announces tour, shares new video

The solo project of Michelle Zauner, Japanese Breakfast, has shared a new music video for her track “Road Head.” The clip, directed by Zauner, follows her character as she eats instant ramen, chain smokes cigarettes, and shares her life with a masked monster. “‘Road Head’ is the fifth music video [director of photography] Adam Kolodny and I have collaborated on,” Zauner said in a statement. “For this one we wanted to focus on staging and an exaggerated color palette. We were inspired by Fallen Angels and ‘Twin Peaks.’” “Road Head” will appear on Japanese Breakfast’s upcoming album Soft Sounds From Another Planet, which is set to be out July 14th via Dead Oceans.

Zauner has also announced new tour dates. She has shows with Tegan and Sara, (Sandy) Alex G, Cende, Yohuna, Mannequin Pussy, and Spirit of the Beehive. Find her schedule below.

Japanese Breakfast:

07-06 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg !
07-07 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom !
07-08 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer !
07-15 Brooklyn, NY – Union Pool ~
07-27 Halifax, Nova Scotia – Rebecca Cohn Auditorium ^
07-28 Portland, ME – State Theatre ^
07-29 Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom ^
07-31 Cleveland, OH – House of Blues ^
08-02 Covington, KY – Madison Theater ^
09-07 Washington, DC – Black Cat $
09-08 Richmond, VA – Stranger Matter $
09-09 Raleigh, NC – Hopscotch Festival $
09-10 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade (Purgatory) $
09-11 Orlando, FL – Will’s Pub $
09-12 Tampa, FL – Crowbar $
09-13 New Orleans, LA – Hi Ho Lounge $
09-14 Houston, TX – Walter’s $
09-15 Austin, TX – Barracuda $
09-16 Dallas, TX – RBC $
09-18 Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar $
09-20 Los Angeles, CA – The Echo $
09-21 San Francisco, CA – Swedish American Hall $
09-22 Oakland, CA – Starline Social Club $
09-23 Eugene, OR – HiFi $
09-25 Portland, OR – Holocene $
09-26 Vancouver, British Columbia – Fox Cabaret $
09-27 Seattle, WA – Crocodile $
09-28 Boise, ID – Neurolux $
09-29 Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court $
09-30 Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge $
10-02 Minneapolis, MN – The Triple Rock $
10-04 Chicago, IL – Subterranean $
10-05 Bloomington, IN – The Bishop $
10-06 Detroit, MI – UFO Factory $
10-07 Toronto, Ontario – The Garisson $
10-08 Montreal, Quebec – Bar Le Ritz PDB $
10-11 Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair $
10-12 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg $
10-21 Bristol, GB – Simple Things Festival
10-23 Cologne, DE – Blue Shell
10-24 Hamburg, DE – Hakken
10-25 Berlin, DE – Badenhouse
10-26 Paris, FR – Pop Up Du Label
10-27 Gent, BE – NEST
10-28 Amsterdam, NL – London Calling
11-02 Brighton, GB – The Joker
11-03 Manchester, GB – Soup Kitchen
11-04 Edinburgh, GB – The Mash House
11-05 Glasgow, GB – The Hug and Pint
11-06 Leeds, GB – Headrow House
11-07 London, GB – The Dome Tufnell Park

! with (Sandy) Alex G & Cende
~ with Yohuna
^ with Tegan & Sara
$ with Mannequin Pussy & Spirit of the Beehive

SZA announces tour

SZA has announced a tour for her new record Ctrl, it begins in August and goes until December and includes shows in the United States and Canada. Ravyn Lenae and Smino, both of the Zero Fatigue collective, are joining SZA at some shows. See her tour poster below.

SEE YOU SOON 🌹@sageaflocka

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Adele cancels final shows, citing voice problems

Adele has canceled the final two nights of her tour at Wembley Stadium in London during a four-night run at the arena. She cited damage to her vocal cords, the singer said in a statement, “To say I’m heartbroken would be a complete understatement. I’m already maxed out on steroids and aids for my voice. I’ve considered doing Saturday night’s show but it’s highly unlikely I’d even make it though the set and I simply can’t crumble in front of you all and walk out on you in that way.” Read her full statement below. The shows are yet to be rescheduled and refunds will be made available to fans if makeup shows are not planned. The singer has suffered from vocal issues before, which has also resulted in canceled tour dates.

Adele also recently revealed that she was unsure if she’d ever tour again which she wrote in a handwritten note included in tour programs at her first two Wembley Stadium shows, Rolling Stone points out. She wrote, “I wanted my final shows to be in London because I don’t know if I’ll ever tour again. And so I want my last time to be at home.” She continued, “Touring is a peculiar thing, it doesn’t suit me particularly well. I’m a real homebody and I get so much joy in the small things.” She ended it by thanking her fans and affirming, “I will remember all of this for the rest of my life.” Read that full note below as well.