Get ready to bang your head. Lamb of God has unveiled a new 2023 headlining tour with support from Ice Nine Kills, Suicide Silence, The Acacia Strain, Frozen Soul, and more.
In January, Incubus bassist Ben Kenney revealed he had a brain tumor removed and would be sitting it out to recover. Tal Wilkenfeld filled in for the early shows, and now Nicole Row is taking over.
Fifty-three years after they first formed in Boston, the legendary rock band Aerosmith has announced their final tour. The “Peace Out” farewell run will include The Black Crowes for the whole run.
Thundercat just released his first new music in three years, and now he’s announced a headlining tour for later this year.
Pearl Jam is set to hit the road for the first time this year with a string of summer tour dates from August to September. The band, featuring the great Jeff Ament on bass, will kick things off on August 31st.
After taking it everywhere, from United Arab Emirates to Singapore, Sting has announced his “My Songs World Tour” will be hitting North America this September and October.
Oteil Burbridge has announced a new fall tour with his band Oteil & Friends. The group is filled out with Melvin Seals, Duane Betts, Jason Crosby, John Kimock, and Lamar Williams, Jr.
After wrapping up a tour with his Acoustic Group last month, Lyle Lovett has confirmed a coast-to-coast summer tour with his Large Band, featuring Leland Sklar.
Polyphia has announced a North American tour in support of their most recent album, “Remember That You Will Die.” The band, featuring bassist Clay Gober, will kick off the headlining trek on September 30th.
After a four-year hiatus, Queen and Adam Lambert are bringing The Rhapsody Tour back to North America. The production has been expanded and updated since its inception in 2019 and will feature a set list spanning Queen’s full catalog.
Snarky Puppy has announced a new leg of their “Empire Central” tour that will take the crossover band across North America this fall. Beginning on September 8th, the trek will be a victory lap for their GRAMMY award-winning record, “Empire Central.”
Nick Cave has announced a North American tour for the fall, but he won’t be totally alone. Radiohead bassist Colin Greenwood will accompany the singer/songwriter on the outing. The outing begins September 19th in Asheville, North Carolina, and will head north into Canada before cutting down the midwest and into Texas. Its final shows are scheduled for dates in Los...