Tour Announcements

Courtney Barnett extends tour

Courtney Barnett has announced more tour dates for her upcoming North American stint. The singer-songwriter has added shows in Phoenix, Denver, Boston, Philadelphia, Nashville, Los Angeles, and more. See the new dates below.

Bloc Party announce Silent Alarm tour

Bloc Party will tour their debut album, Silent Alarm, in full for a number of European shows in October. Find the dates above and their website. They will start in Amsterdam will stop in Paris, Berlin, Brussels, and Dublin, before closing out at London’s Alexandra Palace.

BROCKHAMPTON announce tour

The hip-hop boyband BROCKHAMPTON have announced new tour dates for the summer. Their Stereo Spirit tour will start on May 25th in New York City. They will be going to cities like Los Angeles, Boston, Albuquerque, Chicago, Montreal, London, Paris, and Berlin. See the full Stereo Spirit tour itinerary on their website.

Bon Iver announce 2018 tour

Bon Iver have announced a number of tour dates for 2018. The leg of shows will start this spring at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland, Oregon on May 24th and will continue through Chicago, Indianapolis, Santa Barbara, Vancouver, and more. Check out the itinerary below.

Bon Iver:

05-24 Portland, OR – Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
05-25 George, WA – Sasquatch Music Festival
05-26 Vancouver, British Columbia – Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park
05-28 Edmonton, Alberta – Jubilee Auditorium
05-29 Calgary, Alberta – Stampede Corral
05-31 Missoula, MT – Kettlehouse Amphitheater
06-03 Chicago, IL – Jay Pritzker Pavilion at Millennium Park
06-05 Indianapolis, IN – The Lawn at White River State Park
06-09 Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo Music Festival
08-08 Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Bowl

Mitski announces North American tour

Mitski has announced a slew of tour dates in North America for June. She will be stopping in “American towns and cities that she doesn’t usually get to play on tour” which includes Santa Fe, Woodstock. Katie Von Schleicher and Caroline Rose are joining her on certain dates. Find the itinerary below.

Pussy Riot announce North American tour

Pussy Riot have announced their first U.S. tour with their “live music performance art.” The Russian feminist art collective will start the tour on March 6th in Chicagoand will continue through cities including Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Boston. The group will be adding dates to the tour as well. See their full itinerary.


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Elton John announces 3-year farewell tour

Elton John has announced his retirement from touring. “My priorities now are my children and my husband and my family,” he said during a live stream with Anderson Cooper. Elton John will embark on a massive farewell tour that will span over three years with 300 dates starting in September. Watch the video below, and check out his initial itinerary.