Ever since initial reunion shows were revealed, the Rage Against the Machine 2020 tour seemed to just a trickle of shows relegated to the Southwest. Now the politically charged quartet has unveiled a 40-date world tour.
Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady are keeping the party going as they’re continuing the Hot Tuna 50th Anniversary tour into 2020. The band has announced a round of winter dates.
The mighty Testament has announced a new North American tour with support from The Black Dahlia Murder, Municipal Waste, and Meshiaak. Bassist Steve Di Giorgio helped make the announcement in a statement with details on the band’s next album.
Sammy Hagar has announced a new 30-date tour with Whitesnake for 2020. The joint tour will also include Night Ranger opening each night and will feature bassists Michael Anthony, Michael Devin, and Jack Blades.
Rage Against The Machine has announced two more dates on the summer reunion. The band, who will be performing together for the first time since 2011, will now have seven concerts.
Roger Waters has announced a new North American tour for 2020 called “This Is Not A Drill.” The Pink Floyd co-founder says it will be a new kind of show that will lead up to Election day in the U.S.
Tool has unveiled a new round of tour dates in the U.S. Northwest in support of their latest album, “Fear Inoculum.” They are also scheduled to headline Bonnaroo in June.
Zac Brown Band will be performing across North America in 2020 on a trek the bandleader is calling the “Roar With The Lions Tour.” The band is anchored by bassist Matt Mangano, who joined the group in 2014.
Nearly six years after the band called it quits, the surviving members of the final Allman Brothers Band lineup will be reuniting for a special 50th-anniversary tribute show. The band, which will now be called The Brothers, will include Oteil Burbridge.
Grateful Dead founder Phil Lesh will be celebrating his 80th birthday this year. The Lockn’ Festival has already announced they’ll be honoring him in June, but now Lesh himself has unveiled a string of dates leading up to his birthday.
Last year we shared the news that Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey were working on a new “Bass Extremes” album. Now it seems things are continuing to move forward with the group as they'll be hitting the road for a week of dates in January.
After confirming a reunion for two shows, Oysterhead has added several new performances for 2020. These are the first concerts Trey Anastasio, Stewart Copeland, and Les Claypool have performed together since 2006’s Bonnaroo Festival.