Tour Dates Articles

Say Anything Announces Potential Final Album Without Supporting Tour
Say Anything has been a band for 18 years, and after releasing their potentially final 10th studio album, the group has announced that they will not go on another tour at this time. Frontman Max Bemis made the announcement yesterday, claiming that making this new record put a toll... Read more
Phish’s Curveball Festival Abruptly Cancelled Due To Safety Concerns
Torrential rains over the past week in Watkins Glen, New York, led to Phish’s annual three-day fest to be cancelled, with organizers citing safety concerns. The Curveball festival, which was slated to kick-off today, was expected to draw in more than 30,000 fans to Watkins Glen’s Finger Lakes Village.... Read more
Saves The Day Returns With First Album in Five Years, Tour Dates
The rockers of Saves The Day have taken a break from the music scene, but after five years, they’re back with a new record and cross-country tour. Saves The Day have been active since their debut LP Can’t Slow Down in 1998, releasing multiple albums and hit tracks like... Read more
Questlove Reveals Symphonic Tribute Tour In Honor Of Prince
A Prince tribute tour, dubbed “4U: A Symphonic Celebration of Prince” will kick-off next month with the help of a 27-piece orchestra. Ahmir Khalib Thompson, known as Questlove from the band The Roots, curated the tour. He worked with Prince collaborator Brent Fischer on the tour’s arrangements and received... Read more
Rod Stewart, Cyndi Lauper Show Cancelled due To Illness
Rod Stewart was slated to perform last night in Kansas City, Missouri with special guest Cyndi Lauper, but due to Stewart recovering from a strep throat, the show has been postponed. “Gutted that strep throat has left me unable to perform this week in Kansas City and the Twin... Read more
Jack White Brings ‘Boarding House Reach’ To Canada
In honor of his latest record Boarding House Reach, Jack White is crossing the globe, and he has revealed that the tour will extend through Canada later this year. White will continue touring in the U.S. through late September, making stops at Las Vegas’ iHeartRadio Festival and Tennessee’s Pilgrimage... Read more
Aerosmith Reveals ‘Deuces Are Wild’ 2019 Las Vegas Residency
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers of Aerosmith have announced an 18-date Las Vegas Residency at the Park Theater next year dubbed “Deuces Are Wild.” This morning, Aerosmith appeared on NBC’s Today show, where the band made their announcement. “We wanted to bring in there that we really... Read more
The Front Bottoms Reveal Co-Headlining Tour With Manchester Orchestra
The indie-rockers of The Front Bottoms have teamed up with alt-rock group Manchester Orchestra for a co-headlining U.S. tour this winter. Preceeding the jaunt, Manchester Orchestra will appear at Foo Fighters’ Cal Jam 18 in San Bernardino, California as well as Austin City Limits. The Front Bottoms can be... Read more
Lindsay Buckingham Announces Solo Tour Following Fleetwood Mac Split
Earlier this year, Fleetwood Mac parted ways with their longtime guitarist Lindsey Buckingham due to his hesitance to join the band on another cross-country tour. Now, he’s ready to head out on his own trek. When the band announced they were firing Buckingham, the fanbase seemed to split. While... Read more
ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons To Tour In Support of Second Solo LP
Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top has announced a North American trek in support of his second solo record, The Big Bad Blues. Gibbons will kick off the 24-date trek on October 13 in Riverside, Iowa and make way across the country, stopping in cities like Washington, D.C., Cleveland, Atlanta,... Read more