Tour Dates Articles

Car Seat Headrest Announces International Headlining Tour
The Washington-based indie-rock band Car Seat Headrest announced an international headlining tour across the U.S. and Europe throughout 2019. To round out the year, Car Seat Headrest will play a slew of dates throughout November in France, the UK, Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, and Belgium. Then, the tour will pick... Read more
The Killers’ Dave Keuning Reveals Debut Solo LP, Tour
Dave Keuning, founding guitarist of The Killers, spent time away from the band’s recent tour to work on his solo album. Now, he’s announced a release date along with an upcoming tour. His debut solo LP, Prismism, is due January 25, 2019. Keuning created the album from “hundreds of... Read more
Ozzy Osbourne Postpones ‘No More Tours 2,’ Likely Needs Surgery
Ozzy Osbourne, who is currently on the trek dubbed ‘No More Tours 2,’ was forced to postpone the rest of the tour due to multiple infections in his hand. Earlier this week, the Prince of Darkness announced that he would have to reschedule three shows as he recovered from... Read more
Giorgio Moroder Announces First Tour at 78-Years-Old
The Italian DJ Giorgio Moroder is proving that it’s never too late for a live show, announcing his first tour throughout Europe at age 78. While the DJ has performed dozens of shows, he’s never actually been on tour, and during this run, he plans to show a different... Read more
Weezer Announces Release of the ‘Black Album,’ Tour With Pixies
Weezer announced the release of their latest self-titled Black Album, along with tour dates next spring alongside the Pixies. The trek with Pixies is set to kick-off in Louisville, Kentucky next March, followed by shows in cities like Montreal, Memphis, St. Paul, Portland, and Oakland. Las Vegas, Nevada will... Read more
Sting Postpones Three Shows With Shaggy Due To Health Issues
Sting and Shaggy were due to perform on their 44/876 tour in California and Arizona this week, but Sting is ill, causing three shows to be postponed. On Monday, the duo were due to play at the Masonic in San Francisco, California, however the venue confirmed that Sting was... Read more
Taking Back Sunday To Celebrate 20 Years With Compilation Album, Tour
The alt-rock band Taking Back Sunday has officially turned 20-years-old, and to celebrate, the group announced a tour and compilation album, due in 2019. Starting in Sayreville, New Jersey, the tour will kick-off in mid-December, followed by shows in Australia, Asia, and South America before heading back to the... Read more
Nothing More Plot 2019 Tour With Of Mice & Men, Badflower
The alt-rock band Nothing More are hitting the road next year with bands Of Mice & Men, Badflower and Palisades in support of their 2017 LP, The Stories We Tell Ourselves. “The Truth Tour” is due to kick-off on February 21 in Phoenix, Arizona, making stops in cities like... Read more
Ozzy Osbourne Postpones Three Shows Following Hand Surgery
Ozzy Osbourne was forced to cancel three shows on his current ‘No More Tours 2’ trek after suffering from an infection that led to hand surgery. Last week, the Prince of Darkness announced that he would reschedule his October 6 show at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California... Read more
Disturbed To Play USO Shows For U.S. Military Personnel
The hard-rock group Disturbed announced their first United Service Organizations Tour, where they will play shows for their U.S. military personnel fanbase. Distrubed will play a show at Creech Air Force Base in Indian Springs, Nevada on October 23, followed by a gig at the Nellis Air Force Base... Read more