Corey Taylor, Carbon Leaf, Pernice Brothers, Paul F Tompkins, etc.

Here’s a roundup of the latest tour news. See the Tour Dates category for more information.

PERNICE BROTHERS

The Pernice Brothers celebrate the release of the 25th anniversary deluxe edition of their debut album, overcome by happiness, this week with special performances where a formation of seven musicians from the band will play the entire album, accompanied by a string quartet. Shows are in Somerville, MA Crystal Ballroom May 18 and NYC Racket on May 19.

liz hair EXILE TO GUYVILLE 30TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR

Liz and her band will play Exile to Guyville in its entirety, along with other songs from throughout her career, on an 18-date US tour in November, with support from Blondshell.

SQUEEZE / PSYCHEDELIC FURS

Squeeze and The Psychedelic Furs will be on the road together in September and October, and BrooklynVegan has a pre-sale for the entire tour. We also offer tickets.

PAUL F TOMPKINS

Comedian, podcaster and dapper improv Paul F Tompkins will be in New York this fall with Varietopia — “A 21st Century Variety Show” — October 14-15 at The Bell House. Before that, it will bring Varietopia to Philadelphia in July. Paul has other dates beyond that – head here for details.

RIOT FEST 2023

Riot Fest’s 2023 lineup is stacked, featuring The Cure, Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Turnstile, The Postal Service/Death Cab For Cutie, and more.

MEETING OF THE JUGGALOS 2023

Insane Clown Posse has announced Gathering of the Juggalos 2023 and its initial lineup – the theme for the 23rd annual bawdy festival is “Wicked Clowns From Outer Space”.

KAMAL WILLIAMS

British musician and producer Kamaal Williams has a new album on the way, and while details on that are yet to come, in the meantime he has announced a US tour. Fall dates begin in Chicago on September 12 and include stops in Denver, Los Angeles, Oakland, New York, and more. He promises “very special guests” for the shows.

COREY TAYLOR

Slipknot’s Corey Taylor has announced his new solo album, CMF2, today, alongside a North American tour where he will be joined by Wargasm, Oxymorrons and Luna Aura. Dates include Montclair, NJ’s Wellmont Theater on September 12 and Long Island’s The Paramount on September 16.

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CHRIST FARREN

Chris Farren from Antarctica Vespucci has a new album, Doomsingerwhich will be released in August, and he will also be on tour, with Diners, Mo Troper and GUPPY.

OWUSU GENESIS

Australian Genesis Owusu is about to start a North American tour for Paramore and Bloc Party, and he’ll be back in the fall for a headlining act.

JHAYCO

Puerto Rican rapper/singer (and Bad Bunny “DÁKITI” collaborator) Jhayco (formerly Jhay Cortez) has announced his 2023 rock star life tour of the United States, which will begin in Boston on September 28 and end in Ft. Myers on December 10.

We also have a roundup of over 15 Latin trap and reggaeton tours in New York this year, including Feid, Karol G, Young Miko, Villano Antillano, Peso Pluma, and more.

CARBON SHEET

Richmond twangy and Celtic band Carbon Leaf have announced a fall tour, which will release them in September, October, November and December. Dates end in New York at Racket on 2/12.

THE UPKEEP

The Hold Steady have added more dates to their 2023 tour schedule, including an NJ show ahead of XPoNential Fest and a Vegas show with Built to Spill.

TV GIRL

TV Girl, a super avant-garde pop group, is preparing to release a new album, grapes on the vinelater this year, and will support him on an extensive North American tour.

DROPKICK MURPHYS / SWITCHES

The Interrupters, who were just in New York with Frank Turner, join Dropkick Murphys and Jesse Ahern this fall for a post-Riot Fest tour. Stops include Uncasville, CT, Charlottesville, Little Rock, Omaha, Oklahoma City, Albuquerque, Toledo, Buffalo and more.

MARGO CILKER

Margo Cilker has officially announced her fall tour locations and openings, after only revealing dates and cities last week. More info here.

MALONE POST

Post Malone has announced a North American tour, which will take place in July and August. “I love you all so much and I’m so excited to get out there and do more shows for all of you,” he said. “Help me put a baby through college and out. Cool new production, new songs and a very very handsome man on stage. Sending love to you and yours.”

LIL DURK

Before the release of his new album almost cured, Lil Durk has announced the “Sorry For The Drought” arena tour. The North American run kicks off in late July and features special guests Kodak Black, NLE Choppa and DD Osama.

MIDTOWN MUSIC 2023

The Atlanta Music Midtown Festival canceled its 2022 festival a month before it was due, reportedly due to Georgia gun laws. They will be back this year, however.

See our Tour Dates category for more.

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