Lettuce has announced a 41-date trek they’ve dubbed the “Bring Back the Love Tour”. The shows will span from July 2nd through December 12th with the funk band traversing the United States.
ZZ Top has just announced a massive North American tour for 2021/22 that will mark the Texas trio’s first shows since February 2020. It will pick up where they left off – celebrating five decades of rock and roll.
Between The Buried and Me have been forced to cancel their upcoming Canadian tour dates, but that won’t stop them from marching on this August and September. The band has added several new U.S. dates.
Judas Priest has announced the rescheduled dates for their previously postponed tour, which will help the band celebrate 50 years of heavy metal.
Foreigner is wasting no time in getting back on the road, now that venues are opening up. They’ve announced a massive 121-date tour that begins this week and will take them into the new year.
Snarky Puppy will be hitting the road again for the first time since canceling their tour plans last year. The musical collective, led by bassist/bandleader Michael League, made the announcement on Facebook.
The Wood Brothers are ready to pick up where they left off from when their 2020 “Kingdom in My Mind” tour got cut short. Though the band has been performing socially distanced shows, this will be their chance to really flesh out the new music.
Guitar legend Eric Clapton is hitting the road this fall and feature veteran bassist Nathan East. The U.S. tour will include eight shows, which he says will be his only U.S. shows for the year.
Bass phenom Thundercat has announced a substantial North American tour this fall to support his 2020 Grammy-winning release, “It Is What It Is”. Rapper Channel Tres will be opening the show for much of the outing.
In what seems to be a prog lover’s dream tour, King Crimson has unveiled the “Music Is Our Friend” tour. The outing will see the band accompanied by the California Guitar Trio for the first half of the tour and The Zappa Band for the second half.
Last year, the Foo Fighters were set to celebrate their 25th anniversary with a world tour. Obviously, that was canceled. Instead, they’re celebrating their 26th anniversary this year starting with a tour in July and August.
Tony Levin and the Levin Brothers are finally getting the chance to hit the road, after 14 months. The band is kicking off their “Vaccinating Rhythm Tour 2021”, followed by a busy schedule for Levin with his other projects.