Category: Tour Dates

Pixies announce second leg of U.S. tour with special guests Franz Ferdinand, Bully

Pixies announce second leg of U.S. tour with special guests Franz Ferdinand, Bully

Pixies today announced a second U.S. leg of their ongoing tour in support of last year’s Doggerel with special guests Franz Ferdinand and Bully.

The Psychedelic Furs to hit the road again this spring with 13-date U.S. tour

The Psychedelic Furs to hit the road again this spring with 13-date U.S. tour

The Psychedelic Furs are heading back out on the road again this spring, announcing today a 13-date U.S. tour that the band says is the “first leg” of its 2023 touring plans.

Siouxsie announces European concerts ahead of US, UK festival appearances

Siouxsie announces European concerts ahead of US, UK festival appearances

Siouxsie today announced three rare concerts in Europe this May ahead of her appearances at the Cruel World festival and the UK’s Latitude Festival this summer.

Lloyd Cole to release new solo album “On Pain” in June, tour UK later this year

Lloyd Cole to release new solo album “On Pain” in June, tour UK later this year

Lloyd Cole today announced he’ll release his 12th solo album this summer, a collection that finds him further exploring the electronic sounds that highlighted 2019’s Guesswork.

The Sisters of Mercy announce second shows in Las Vegas and Los Angeles

The Sisters of Mercy announce second shows in Las Vegas and Los Angeles

The Sisters of Mercy today doubled the number of rare U.S. shows they’re scheduled to perform in May from two to four, but they’re still only playing in Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

New Order to play South By Southwest and four other U.S. shows this March

New Order to play South By Southwest and four other U.S. shows this March

New Order, which mounted a pandemic-delayed North American tour with fellow synthpop legends Pet Shop Boys last year, will return to the U.S. in March.

Billy Idol announces 15-date headlining tour ahead of Cruel World appearance

Billy Idol announces 15-date headlining tour ahead of Cruel World appearance

Billy Idol will head out on the road beginning in late March on a 15-date North American headlining tour ahead of his appearance at May’s Cruel World festival.

The Sisters of Mercy to play rare U.S. shows; The Sisterhood’s out-of-print “Gift” reissued

The Sisters of Mercy to play rare U.S. shows; The Sisterhood’s out-of-print “Gift” reissued

The Sisters of Mercy are scheduled to play a pair of rare U.S. shows this spring as the lone album from Andrew Eldritch’s mid-’80s side project The Sisterhood finally sees a reissue.

Bauhaus expands North American tour with 10 new shows, adds European concerts

Bauhaus expands North American tour with 10 new shows, adds European concerts

The reunited Bauhaus has expanded its 2022 touring plans, today announcing two more concerts in Europe and fleshing out the band’s North American tour.

Front 242 announces Jean-Luc De Meyer is hospitalized and “his health is worrying”

Front 242 announces Jean-Luc De Meyer is hospitalized and “his health is worrying”

Front 242 canceled a pair of planned concerts in their native country this weekend after Jean-Luc De Meyer was hospitalized.

The House of Love’s first North American tour in 30 years rescheduled for October

The House of Love’s first North American tour in 30 years rescheduled for October

The House of Love has, at long last, finally rescheduled its COVID-delayed North American tour, announcing an 11-date run in October.

Heaven 17’s first-ever North American tour re-rescheduled for later in 2022

Heaven 17’s first-ever North American tour re-rescheduled for later in 2022

British synthpop pioneers Heaven 17 have re-rescheduled and expanded their first-ever North American tour to this September and October.

Roxy Music to tour North America for first time in nearly 20 years — plus 3 U.K. dates

Roxy Music to tour North America for first time in nearly 20 years — plus 3 U.K. dates

Roxy Music will reunite once more this year, touring for the first time in the decade and playing North American shows for the first time in nearly 20 years.