Black Pumas will be on tour starting August 5 in St. Louis, with shows in Denver, Columbus, Milwaukee, New York (Brooklyn Steel September 14-16), Memphis, Pittsburgh, Chicago, and more. Go here for all dates.
The Australian Middle Kids have announced a fall tour, starting September 18 in Hamden, CT and traveling to Boston, New York, DC, Chicago, Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin and more. All dates are here.
NINE INCH NAILS / PIXIES
Nine Inch Nails has announced what they say are their only headlining shows of the year. They will perform two shows at the Jacobs Pavilion at the Nautica in Cleveland, OH on September 21 and 23, with Pixies supporting them.
MARC RIBOT CERAMIC DOG
Ceramic Dog by Marc Ribot will celebrate the release of a new album, Hope, with a show in Brooklyn at The Sultan Room on June 10. Tickets are on sale and you can listen to “B-Flat Ontology” by Hope here:
Justin Bieber was supposed to launch his The Justice World Tour this summer, but has now postponed it to 2022, adding 7 new arena shows for a total of 52 dates, including three shows in Los Angeles (The Forum on 02/23 , The Staples Center on 3/7 & 3/8) four shows in the New York area (3/31 @ Prudential Center, 4/1 @ Barclays Center, MSG on 6/13 and 6/14). Go here for all dates and tickets.
TV GIRL / JORDANA
TV Girl has postponed its tour for this fall, with the support of Jordana. The trek begins in Tucson on 09/22 and ends in Los Angeles at the Lodge Room on 12/18. In between, the tour will take place in Houston, Tampa, Atlanta, Nashville, DC, Philly, Brooklyn (10/13 @ Music Hall of Williamsburg), Detroit, Chicago, San Diego, Portland, Seattle and many more. Go here for all dates and tickets.
H2O has had to postpone its 25th anniversary shows several times due to the pandemic, and now they’re watching October 8 at NJ’s Crossroads and October 9 at Poisson Rouge in New York City. These shows are both sold out, but they added a second show in NYC for 10/10 at LPR.
Darwin Deez has postponed his tour for 2022, which begins in Washington, DC on 5/1, and includes shows in Philly, Brooklyn (elsewhere on 5/3), Los Angeles (6/1 @ The Echo), San Francisco and more .
Andrew Bird announced his first in-person show since the pandemic, as part of Chicago’s Ravinia Festival in Highland Park on September 24 with the first sets of The Flat Five and his old friend Squirrel Nut Zippers Jimbo Mathus. Tickets go on sale July 21.
The LP tour has been postponed to 2022, starting April 14 in Portland and ending May 22 in San Diego. There are also shows in Vancouver, Seattle Saint Paul, Toronto, Boston, Philly, NYC (5/3 @ Terminal 5, 5/4 @ Brooklyn Steel), DC, Atlanta, Nashville, LA (5/21 @ The Greek ), and more. Nick Leng opens all dates.
INDUSTRY CITY COURTYARD SHOWS
Industry City has added other shows to its backyard concert series, including Nels Cline 4 on June 19 and Joe McGinty’s Loser’s Lounge featuring tributes to Tom Petty on June 25 and 26. Go here for the full schedule.
Chicago indie punks Sincere to celebrate new album release Bless my psyche with a local album release show presented by Riot Fest for 9/10 at Cobra Lounge with Canadian Rifle, Annabel and Foresight.