Here’s a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
Sampha will support his new album LAHAI with a 2024 North American tour that kicks off at Mexico City’s Ceremonia Festival on March 23 and then heads north for shows in Miami, Nashville, Boston, Minneapolis, Denver, Boise, Seattle, Vancouver and more. He also just released a new video for “Can’t Go Back”:
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & THE E-STREET BAND
Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band have added a Las Vegas date to their 2024 schedule, happening Friday, March 22 at T-Mobile Arena. Other previously announced cities for next year include San Francisco, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Albany, and Columbus.
It seems North American dates for Nicki Minaj are on the way — several arenas posted teasers to social media with the Pink Friday 2 cover art, including NYC’s Madison Square Garden, Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, Dallas’ American Airline Center, and Washington DC’s Capital One Arena. There’s been no official announcement yet, but stay tuned.
Robyn Hitchcock has a few tour dates on his 2024 schedule, including January shows in San Francisco, Austin, Houston, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Manitou Springs, Denver and Fort Collins, and in April he’s got shows in Northampton, MA and Jersey City, NJ (White Eagle Hall on 4/23).
IDLES announced their 2024 North American tour last week, and since then a few shows have sold out, and the band have added second dates in Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland and Montreal.
Beach House have announced an intimate duo show in Philly and say there are more on the way around the country.
Peruvian, Berlin-based DJ and producer Sofia Kourtesis released her debut LP, Madres, this year, and has announced 2024 dates leading up to her appearance at SXSW in March, including shows in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Denver, NYC, and more
Tony Touch will celebrate “his life story and musical journey” at The Piece Maker Concert to Radio City Music Hall on February 9, featuring performances by Naughty by Nature’s Treach, Sean Paul, TKA, The Lox, Ruben Blades, The Beatnuts, and more.
INDIGO DE SOUZA
Indigo De Souza has added a couple dates to her 2024 tour, including a second night at Chicago’s Thalia Hall and a new NYC-area show at Jersey City, NJ’s White Eagle Hall on Febraury 22. All dates are here.
Joanna Sternberg has been riding high all year off the strength of their new album I’ve Got Me, has announced new West Coast tour dates for 2024, ahead of appearances at Big Ears, Kilby Block Party, and Primavera Sound.
Danny Brown has announced a 2024 North American tour in support of his excellent new album Quaranta.
Hudson Valley hardcore heroes Mindforce have announced another NYC double header in 2024, happening on February 16 at Saint Vitus Bar and February 17 at TV Eye. Openers are still to be announced, and tickets are on sale now. “If you were at our double header last year you know the deal this shit gonna be total chaos hit that dancefloor with villainous style,” the band write on Instagram.
SAM ROBERTS BAND
Canadian group the Sam Roberts Band have announced a few US shows to their “The Adventures of Ben Blank tour,” happening on the East Coast in March, including Philly, DC and NYC (Le Poisson Rouge on 3/16).
COREY TAYLOR (SLIPKNOT)
Slipknot vocalist Corey Taylor turns 50 today (12/8), and to celebrate he’s announced new solo dates supporting this year’s CMF2. The North American dates begin on February 3 in Toronto and run through March 3 in Omaha, and Des Rocs and Jigsaw Youth open.
“America’s local band” Cheekface have announced a 2024 tour where they will bring their very entertaining live show to a town near you. They have UK shows in March, followed by a North American run with Yungatita in April and May.
Meatbodies, the Ty Segall-adjacent band led by Chad Ubovich, have announced a new album, Flora Ocean Tiger Bloom, and a 2024 tour.
NEW COLOSSUS FESTIVAL
NYC’s New Colossus Festival happens March 6-10 at venues all over the Lower East Side and East Village, flooding the neighborhood with groups from around the world on their way to SXSW in Austin. This week they announced 50 more showcasing artists.
Check our Tour Dates category for more.