Here’s a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
JAPANESE BREAKFAST (NEW DATES WITH LINDA LINDAS, BARRIE, CATE LE BON, MORE)
Japanese Breakfast, who just played Coachella Weekend 1, has expanded her North American tour with new July dates, including Minneapolis, Omaha, Bloomington, St Louis, and Kalamazoo with The Linda Lindas, Toronto and Montreal with Barrie, and Philadelphia with Yo La Tengo and Cate Le Bon. Head here for all dates.
THEY HATE CHANGE
Tampa experimental rap/production duo They Hate Change are gearing up to release their debut album in May, and will also be on tour with Shame. Before the tour starts, They Hate Change will play their first NYC shows: Baby’s All Right on April 25 with Benét and Geng PTP (DJ set), and a free in-store at Rough Trade on April 26 at 6 PM,
SWEDISH HOUSE MAFIA (NEW DATES, OPENERS)
Coachella headliners Swedish House Mafia have just expanded their 2022 tour, adding two nights at NYC’s Madison Square Garden on August 2 & 3 (which replace their cancelled MetLife Stadium date), as well as shows in L.A. and San Francisco, all of which will be opened by Zhu. Other openers along with way are Grimes (DJ sets in Miami and Austin), Kaytranada, and more. All dates are listed here.
Rosalía is headed out on a huge 46-date tour that will find her stopping in 15 countries in support of her fantastic new album MOTOMAMI.
Progressive house great Axel Boman just released double album Luz/Quest for Fire, his first album in 10 years, which got Best New Music on Pitchfork. Stream it below. He’ll be in NYC later this spring to play Elsewhere Hall on June 4 with Kornél Kovács, as well as Bella Boo.
Midlake have added West Coast dates in June to their tour supporting excellent new album For the Sake of Bethel Woods, including shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sonoma, Portland, Seattle, and more. Before that they’ll play NYC’s Bowery Ballroom on May 14. All dates and tickets are here.
Bob Dylan has announced West Coast dates for his Rough And Rowdy Ways tour. Things kick off May 28 in Spokane, and from there he’ll head to Kennewick, Portland, Seattle, and Eugene before dropping into California for shows in Reading, Oakland, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
ANTHRAX / BLACK LABEL SOCIETY / HATEBREED
Thrash legends Anthrax have announced a 40th anniversary tour, and they’ll be joined by Black Label Society, as well as metalcore vets Hatebreed, who will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their Perseverance album on this run.
THE ACACIA STRAIN / MALEVOLENCE / I AM / 156/SILENCE
The Acacia Strain have announced a summer tour with Malevolence, I Am, and 156/Silence. The tour begins June 24 in Hamden, CT and wraps up July 17 at Hampton Beach, NH, with stops along the way in Asbury Park (Asbury Lanes on June 25), Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Indianapolis, Oklahoma City, Milwaukee, Toledo, and more. Head here for all dates.
WIZ KHALIFA / LOGIC
Wiz Khalifa and Logic have announced the co-headlining ‘Vinyl Verse’ tour, featuring special guests DJ Drama, C Dot Castro, and Fedd the God, and 24kGoldn in select cities.
Tim Heidecker, who just played his first full-band shows in NYC this past weekend, will be on a dual comedy/music tour this summer, and he’s added dates already, including a second show at Brooklyn’s The Ball House on August 25. (The 8/24 show is sold out.) Check out his full itinerary.
The 2022 Ladyland festival happens at Brooklyn Mirage on June 17 with headliners Honey Dijon and Tinashe, as well as performances by Sevdaliza, Shygirl, TR/ST, Planningtorock, and more. Tickets are on sale.
Xenia Rubinos has announced late spring tour dates, including stops in NYC, Philly, Boston and more.
THE STAPLES JR SINGERS
’70s gospel/soul greats The Staples Jr Singers are getting their rare 1975 album When Do We Get Paid reissued on May 6 via Luaka Bop, and to celebrate they’re reuniting for three NYC shows this Saturday.
Pusha T will be on tour later this spring in support of new album It’s Almost Dry, and has expanded his tour supporting it and upgraded some of the dates — like the NYC show on June 16, which is now at Pier 17.
JON SPENCER & THE HITMAKERS
Jon Spencer “got whacked with the COVID” while on tour with The HitMAKERS and Quasi, and they are postponing shows this week in Omaha, Denver, Salt Lake City and Omaha. They hope to be back for their Portland show on Friday, April 22. Rest up, Jon!
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Three visionary tales. One unforgettable place. THE HOUSE premieres globally January 14, 2022, only on Netflix.
From the leading voices in independent stop motion animation - Emma de Swaef & Marc Roels, Niki Lindroth von Bahr and Paloma Baeza - this Netflix special centers on a house and the three surreal tales of the individuals who made it their home.
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Across different eras, a poor family, an anxious developer and a fed-up landlady become tied to the same mysterious house in this animated dark comedy.