Dream Theater’s “Top of the World” tour has a new set of dates after being postponed earlier this year. The band, anchored by John Myung, will be using the trek to support their 15th studio album, “A View From the Top of the World”.
After participating in the Allman Family Revival tour through the end of 2021, the Allman Betts Band has announced they will be hitting the road next year with the “Trippin’ Into Spring 2022” trek.
Hot Tuna has just begun their string of Fall tour dates, but the duo of Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady already have their sights set on 2022. The band has just announced a new string of dates.
The Wood Brothers have announced a new round of tour dates that will focus on the Northeast and Mountain states. The 19-date trek will run from January 25th to March 5th.
Three members of the classic Gang of Four lineup are reuniting for a 2022 North American tour. The influential rock band will include co-founders Jon King and Hugo Burnham as well as bassist Sara Lee.
Peter Hook & The Light have unveiled a 26-date North American tour that will take place in 2022. The outing will see the group playing the albums “Unknown Pleasures” and “Closer” in addition to an opening set of New Order material.
Cannibal Corpse has announced a new headlining tour in support of their latest album, “Violence Unimagined”. The outing will also celebrate the 40th anniversary of Metal Blade Records and will feature support from Whitechapel and Revocation.
After teasing their world tour with a spoof video last month, the Red Hot Chili Peppers have released a full itinerary of their upcoming global trek, and it’s going to be epic.
Last year, Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke reunited to release “Noon”, which marked their first album together in 15 years. Now they’re breaking another dry spell by touring together for the first time in 16 years.
Tool is getting ready to hit the road again with a world tour that will cover the first five months of 2022. The trek will continue to support their 2019 release, “Fear Inoculum”, which features the monstrous bass work of Justin Chancellor.
Guitar legend Steve Vai has announced an extensive U.S. tour that will cover the nation over 54 appearances. Vai will be joined by his long-time bandmates Dave Weiner, Jeremy Colson, and bassist Philip Bynoe.
Static-X is continuing to honor their fallen frontman, Wayne Static, with a new tour. Tony Campos will be on the date with Static-X and Fear Factory, , while bassists Acey Slade and Ryan Farrell will be on tap for Dope and Mushroomhead.