Looking for a quick run-down of the latest news in who’s hitting the stage near you? We’ve got you covered. From tour announcements and extended runs to postponed shows and more, scroll down for a recap on all the updates you might have missed from last week!
Blink-182 & Lil Wayne Extend Summer Run:
Blink is extending their North American summer tour with Lil Wayne and Neck Deep, adding two new stops to the lineup! The 46-city jaunt is slotted to hit Indianapolis, Charlotte, Jacksonville, and Portland, with added stops in St. Paul, MN and Brooklyn, NY on 9/12 and 9/20 respectively.
Bon Iver Expand US Tour:
The indie rockers have added new dates alongside Feist and Yo La Tengo to their previously announced trek with Indigo Girls and Sharon Van Etten. The newly announced slate of dates kicks off October 3 in St. Paul, MN and will include stops in Columbus, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, and Washington DC before wrapping up in Raleigh, NC on October 19.
Brian Wilson Cancels “Something Great from ‘68” Trek:
The Beach Boys frontman has cancelled his upcoming summer tour alongside fellow ‘60s rockers The Zombies due to mental health issues. The now cancelled jaunt was set to kick off August 31 in Las Vegas with shows scheduled to run through late September. "After my last (back) surgery, I started feeling strange and it's been pretty scary for a while," Wilson, 76, shared in post to his website. "I was not feeling like myself. Mentally insecure is how I'd describe it. We're not sure what is causing it, but I do know that it's not good for me to be on the road right now." The singer shared he plans to work with doctors, rest, and recover.
City And Colour Announce New Album and Tour:
City and Colour (aka Dallas Green) released his first original music in nearly four years last week, dropping the new single “Astronaut” off his highly anticipated upcoming album. The acclaimed singer/songwriter also revealed plans for a North American tour kicking off October 9, including back-to-back performances in Nashville, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, and New York. The tour will feature Green playing an intimate show for fans with stripped-down versions of songs spanning his expansive catalog – an experience his fans have been requesting for quite some time.
The Doobie Brothers Extend 2019 Dates:
Critically acclaimed rockers The Doobie Brothers have added seven new stops to their previously announced fall tour. Added cities on the roster include El Paso, Omaha, Brookings, Fargo, Atlanta, St. Augustine, and St. Petersburg. News of the extended dates followed another exciting announcement from the band, who shared they would be releasing footage from their historic return to NYC’s Beacon Theatre last November. The performance, which saw the group play albums Toulouse Street and The Captain and Me in their entirety, marked The Doobie Brothers’ first time back on the Beacon’s stage in 25 years. Live From the Beacon Theatre is due for release on June 28.
The Eagles Announce Third “Hotel California” Vegas Show:
The Eagles added a third date to their Las Vegas shows that will see the band perform their landmark album Hotel California in its entirety. The added show is slotted to take place October 5 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, following the previously announced Sept. 27 and 28 dates. The three shows mark the first time The Eagles have played their iconic 1976 album live from beginning to end and will include an additional set of the band’s greatest hits.
Greensky Bluegrass Plot 2019 Tour:
Greensky Bluegrass have confirmed they are hitting the road in 2019, kicking off their extensive run with a show in Tucson, AZ on September 5. Stops include Los Angeles, Louisville, New Orleans, and Chicago, with a final performance set for November 2 in St. Paul, MN. New dates have been scheduled around the group’s previously announced 3-day stint at Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheater, which set for September 13-15.
Matt and Kim Announce “Grand” 10-Year Anniversary Tour:
It’s been 10 years since Matt and Kim graced us with their critically acclaimed breakout album Grand, and they’re ready to celebrate! The Brooklyn-based duo revealed plans for a US fall tour that will see them play the landmark album in its entirety. The party gets started October 17 in Cleveland, OH and will go on to make stops in cities like Chicago, Denver, Austin, Nashville, and Philadelphia, before coming to a close November 25 in Brooklyn, NY.
Tyler, the Creator Tours in Support of New Album:
Tyler, the Creator is hitting the road in support of his latest album. IGOR, a follow-up to 2017’s Flower Boy, hit shelves last month, topping the Billboard 200 and marking Tyler’s first number one album. The tour will see Tyler, along with Jaden Smith, Blood Orange, and GoldLink, hit the stage in cities across the US, UK, and Canada. US dates include stops in Boston, Miami, Portland, and Houston.