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The 57 Most Anticipated Tours of 2023: Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, Arctic Monkeys, Adele, Foo Fighters, and More

Janet Jackson, Blink-182, Erykah Badu, Pearl Jam, Liz Phair, and more of the most essential tickets of the year

As festival season approaches, it’s a perfect time to catch the scores of hot prospects and returning greats as we gear up for a huge summer of live music. Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour continues at full speed after her bumper three-hour opening shows. Beyoncé, the Cure, Depeche Mode, and Janet Jackson return to U.S. stages for the first time in years. And Blink-182’s original lineup will be on the road after a long fallow period of injuries, health scares, and UFO sightings. Here’s a look at who’s heading to venues across the world this year.


After a four-month, 34-show residency that brought more than 100,000 Adele fans to Las Vegas, the Tottenham superstar added a new batch of dates in early June—and promised to film the shows for all who couldn’t make it. “I came back, and as usual I smashed it,” she told the crowd upon making the announcement. “I always smash it.” –Jazz Monroe

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Adele: Weekends With Adele

Alex G / Alvvays

In the fall of 2022, Alex G and Alvvays both released new albums: God Save the Animals and Blue Rev, respectively. The indie rock powerhouses will co-headline a North American tour, running from late August to early September. Alvvays have some dates in Europe this summer, too. –Evan Minsker

Alex G & Alvvays: 2023 Summer Tour

Angel Olsen

Following the release of her new Forever Means EP, Angel Olsen has a series of dates coming this summer. She’s playing a Forest Hills, New York, stadium show opening for the Strokes and some festivals including NOS Alive, All Points East, End of the Road, and Rock en Seine. She’s also plotted a North American tour for the last three months of the year where she promises a unique set each night. The dates include support from a variety of different opening acts, including King Tuff, Kara Jackson, Joanna Sternberg, and more.  –Evan Minsker

Angel Olsen: Forever Fall Tour 2023

Anita Baker

Anita Baker has won back her masters, and, now, arena-goers can go see a master at work. For the first time since the restoration of those copyrights, the quiet-storm legend is headed out on tour to perform her classic hits. Baker’s trek began on February 11 and extends through December 23 in Oakland, California. Revisit Pitchfork’s Sunday Review of 1986’s Rapture. –Marc Hogan

Anita Baker 2023 Tour Dates

Arctic Monkeys

Arctic Monkeys released their seventh studio album, The Car, last October. The UK band is set to bring the record’s orchestral rock to North America starting this August, following a run of UK stadium dates. Irish post-punk band Fontaines D.C. are set to open for Arctic Monkeys as they stop in cities including New York, Boston, Seattle, and more. –Eric Torres

Arctic Monkeys: North American Tour 2023

Beck / Phoenix

Indie heavyweights Phoenix and Beck are playing concerts together in August and September. Openers on the Summer Odyssey Tour include Jenny Lewis, Japanese Breakfast, Weyes Blood, and Sir Chloe –Matthew Strauss

Beck & Phoenix: Summer Odyssey Tour


Beyoncé is embarking on her first solo headlining tour in seven years. Shows in support of 2022’s Renaissance began in Europe in May and continue into the summer and fall in North America. Check out “Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour Kicks Off in Sweden: Setlist, Stage, Merch, and More.” –Matthew Strauss

Beyoncé: Renaissance World Tour

Big Thief

Big Thief finished last year in South Korea, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand in support of the quartet’s February 2022 album, Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You, which was recently nominated for a Grammy. They began a new run of North American shows from January to early March. The band comes back in July for more concerts. –Marc Hogan

Big Thief: Summer 2023 Tour

Black Country, New Road

The new ensemble lineup of Black Country, New Road has been playing a set of all-new material since singer Isaac Wood left last year. Since Ants From Up There—their second and presumably final album as a septet—swapped their trademark cringe-comedy for rapturous, soul-searching indie rock, the group has toured extensively as a six-piece, playing songs written by the remaining members (including Jockstrap’s Georgia Ellery). A document of this second phase, Live at Bush Hall, came out in the form of a live album and concert film this year. –Jazz Monroe

Black Country, New Road: US + Canada 2023 Tour

Black Midi

The 1975 are on a tour they called The 1975 at Their Very Best. In what cannot be a coincidence, Black Midi will embark on the Black Midi at Their Very Best Tour. If you would like to see Black Midi, regardless of if they will actually be performing at their very best, you can catch them across the United States in June and July. They’re touring behind 2022’s Hellfire and its live album counterpart, Live Fire. –Evan Minsker

Black Midi: US + Canada Tour Summer 2023


It’s been eight years since Tom DeLonge parted ways with Blink-182 for a second time, but he’s back again and ready for more proudly juvenile hijinks with his friends. Blink-182’s classic lineup—DeLonge, Mark Hoppus, and Travis Barker—have reunited for what’s shaping up to be their biggest comeback yet. The pop-punk trio began a massive 2023 world tour in May for a tour that will last nearly the entire year, with dozens of shows in North America and Europe. Turnstile, Rise Against, the Story So Far, and Wallows will open select dates. Blink-182 will then take a short break around the holidays before flying to Oceania for more concerts in early 2024, too. –Nina Corcoran

Blink-182: World Tour 2023/2024


After announcing that they’ll lead a leg of the Re:Set concert series in June, Boygenius announced a North American tour of their own just a few days before they released their long-anticipated LP, The Record. On a recent episode of the Pitchfork Review podcast, the musicians talked about the camaraderie they’ve developed since they first started working together. “Finding out that y’all are signed up for the difficult stuff too makes the difficult stuff less difficult and teaches me how to ask for help,” Julien Baker said to her bandmates. –Allison Hussey

Boygenius: The Tour

Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band’s expansive 2023 tour wound through the United States with a final U.S. date in Newark, New Jersey, on April 14. From there, the Boss headed to Europe with a stint that stretches from May through July. In the fall and winter, Springsteen and the band are back in North America. –Madison Bloom

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 2023 Tour

Caroline Polachek

Caroline Polachek’s Desire, I Want to Turn Into You arrived on Valentine’s Day. To celebrate, she’s scheduled a lengthy North American jaunt, from April through May, that includes shows with Alex G, Sudan Archives, Magdalena Bay, Ethel Cain, George Clanton, and Toro y Moi. She has even more shows lined up across the world in June, July, August, October, and November. –Jazz Monroe

Caroline Polachek: The Spiraling Tour


Coldplay’s first world tour since 2017 commenced last year in support of Music of the Spheres. The British pop-rock titans continue through the spring and summer with stops in South America, the United Kingdom, and Europe. More North American shows are set for September and October, too. After declining to trek behind 2019’s Everyday Life due to environmental concerns, the band has aimed to make its current stadium run more sustainable. –Marc Hogan

Coldplay: Music of the Spheres World Tour

The Cure

Robert Smith publicly aligned himself with Ticketmaster haters as Verified Fan presales began for his first North American tour with the Cure since 2019, denouncing the company’s dynamic pricing system. As shows went on sale, fans expressed shock at the fees, which, in some cases, nearly doubled the face value of a ticket. Smith took to Twitter to say that he was “sickened” over the situation. Ticketmaster eventually ceded some ground, offering partial refunds and lowering fees for later sales. The Swifties, the Smithies—who’s next in line to take a swing at the industry’s behemoth? –Allison Hussey

The Cure: Shows of a Lost World Tour

Dave Matthews Band

Whether you’re a jam band lifer or novice, Dave Matthews Band are there for you. The Virginia rock institution is embarking on an expectedly long North American tour in support of the upcoming album, Walk Around the Moon. Beginning in Mexico City on May 9, the trek brings Dave Matthews Band across the United States and Canada for multi-night stints at nearly every stop, be it in Charleston, South Carolina, or Gilford, New Hampshire. After months on the road, Dave Matthews Band will close things out with three headlining shows at Washington’s Gorge Amphitheatre in September. –Nina Corcoran

Dave Matthews Band: Tour 2023

Death Cab for Cutie / The Postal Service

Death Cab for Cutie fans have two 2023 tours about which they can get excited: In the winter, the band played more North American shows in support of Asphalt Meadows. (European and UK dates in support of the record stretch into the spring.) And, in September and October, Death Cab for Cutie will go on a co-headlining tour with Benjamin Gibbard’s other band, the Postal Service. The second tour celebrates the anniversaries of the 2003 records Give Up and Transatlanticism. –Matthew Strauss

The Postal Service & Death Cab for Cutie 2023 Tour


The new album from Deerhoof marks the first time Satomi Matsuzaki sings entirely in Japanese. It’s also their first album in their storied discography to be made in a proper recording studio. In support of Miracle-Level, Matsuzaki, Ed Rodríguez, John Dieterich, and Greg Saunier head across New England in April, have a run of West Coast dates in May, and then head out for a series of Midwest shows in the summer. –Evan Minsker

Deerhoof: Miracle-Level Tour 2023

Depeche Mode

Depeche Mode are hitting the road behind Memento Mori, their first album since 2017. The tour includes a pair of headlining sets in Barcelona and Madrid for Primavera Sound. –Evan Minsker

Depeche Mode: Memento Mori World Tour 2023


The Drake industrial complex steams ahead with his latest bumper tour this summer and fall, and he is bringing along 21 Savage for the ride. Arenas in the itinerary include a pair of homecoming shows at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena to wrap the tour. Before then, he’ll play several nights apiece at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center and Manhattan’s Madison Square Garden, as well as big dates in Chicago and Los Angeles, among other cities. –Jazz Monroe

Drake & 21 Savage: It’s All a Blur Tour

Erykah Badu 

Over the past couple years, Erykah Badu launched a cannabis brand and a very specific incense line. Her last full-length project was 2015’s But You Caint Use My Phone, and she made a memorable appearance at this year’s Met Gala. This summer, she’ll go on a tour of theaters and arenas around North America. She’ll be joined on the Unfollow Me Tour by Yasiin Bey. –Evan Minsker

Erykah Badu: Unfollow Me Tour

Father John Misty

Behind his new album, Chloë and the Next 20th Century, Father John Misty hit road for a spring tour alongside support acts Omar Velasco, Loren Kramer, and Butch Bastard. He’s got more North American shows on the agenda starting in August. –Evan Minsker

Father John Misty: Live! On Tour North America Spring 2023

The Flaming Lips

The Flaming Lips are going on tour, and it has nothing to do with a new album or their last one, 2020’s American Head. It’s been over two decades since the band released their 2002 album, Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, and, to celebrate, they’ve plotted a world tour where they’ll perform the album in its entirety. The run includes shows in the United States and the United Kingdom. –Evan Minsker

The Flaming Lips: Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots World Tour 2023

Fleet Foxes

Robin Pecknold returns to the road with a long stretch of dates in support of 2020’s Shore. The band has yet to announce a follow-up to the record, but, in November, Pecknold shared the new song “A Sky Like I’ve Never Seen,” a collaboration with Tim Bernardes for the Prime Video documentary Wildcat. –Allison Hussey

Fleet Foxes: Shore Tour 2023

Foo Fighters

Later this month, Foo Fighters will commence a series of concerts—marking their first batch of headlining shows since drummer Taylor Hawkins died last March. The band will play a number of dates across the United States, including stops in Boston, Columbus, Milwaukee, and Asbury Park, along with a slot at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee. Foo Fighters will also perform select gigs in Germany, Canada, Japan, and Brazil. A handful of their concerts will feature support from indie icons the Breeders. The band has not yet announced who will fill in on drums for each performance. –Madison Bloom

Foo Fighters Tour Dates

Harry Styles

Harry Styles has toured consistently since releasing his Grammy-winning 2022 album, Harry’s House. For spring and summer 2023, he’ll stay on the road Europe and the United Kingdom. –Matthew Strauss

Harry Styles: Love on Tour 2023

Indigo De Souza

In April, Indigo De Souza released the Any Shape You Take follow-up and “Younger & Dumber”–featuring album All of This Will End. She then hit the road for a tour that heads across North America. An August and September tour with Sylvan Esso will follow. –Evan Minsker

Indigo De Souza Tour Dates

Janet Jackson

Janet Jackson is one of the platinum-tier performers of the last half-century, and she returns to the stage for the first time since 2019 for a lengthy run through the United States and Canada. She was slated to hit the road in 2020 in support of a new album titled Black Diamonds, but neither the tour nor the LP ever materialized. Still, last year, Jackson previewed a new song with the release of a Lifetime documentary last year, hinting at more as yet unreleased material. Ludacris in the opening slot on these shows makes for a promising wind-up to Jackson’s main event. –Allison Hussey

Janet Jackson: Together Again Tour

Killer Mike

In support of his new album, Michael, his first solo album in over a decade, Killer Mike will embark on the High & Holy Tour. Billed under the name Killer Mike and the Midnight Revival, the dates precede a Run the Jewels anniversary tour this fall. Mike’s solo tour takes place across the United States in July and August, and it includes a stop at this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival. –Evan Minsker  

Killer Mike: The High & Holy Tour

King Krule

Archy Marshall will return in June with Space Heavy, his follow-up to 2020’s Man Alive. The following month, he will bring the album to North America. He teed it all up with the single “Seaforth,” which came with a video featuring two happy dogs; no word yet on whether the dogs will join him on the road, but it seems unlikely. Still, one can hope. The run includes a performance at Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. –Jazz Monroe

King Krule: Space Heavy Tour

LCD Soundsystem / Boygenius / Steve Lacy

Re:Set is a new outdoor concert series where three different headlining artists—LCD Soundsystem, Boygenius, and Steve Lacy—perform in the same city on consecutive nights. Jamie xx, Idles, Big Freedia, and L’Rain are among LCD Soundsystem’s openers. Boygenius’ openers include Clairo, Dijon, and Bartees Strange. Steve Lacy’s supporting acts include James Blake, Toro y Moi, and Fousheé. –Evan Minsker

Re:Set Concert Series

Le Tigre

Nearly 20 years after their last tour, Le Tigre are going back on the road. The electropop trio—comprised of Kathleen Hanna, Johanna Fateman, and Sadie Benning—will come to North America for the first time since 2005, beginning on May 27 in Philadelphia and continuing throughout the summer. After a number of shows in Europe for headlining dates and festival sets at Primavera Sound, Le Tigre will stop in major cities across the United States and Canada, including Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago, Cleveland, Baltimore, Toronto, and Montreal. –Nina Corcoran

Le Tigre: 2023 Tour

Liz Phair

With 1993’s Exile in Guyville, Liz Phair delivered a jagged debut album that drew inspiration from youthful ambitions, contemporary alienation, and the Rolling Stones, opening a lane for a generation of other young, independently minded rock musicians in her wake. To close out 2023, Phair is taking Exile in Guyville on a 30th anniversary run, where she’ll play the record from front to back, promising a few more of her hits in each set. Blondshell, on the heels of issuing their self-titled first LP in April, is accompanying Phair for the tour.  –Allison Hussey

Liz Phair: Guyville Tour


Lizzo has already toured a bit behind last year’s Special, the follow-up to her 2019 major-label debut, Cuz I Love You. After a two-night stand in London in mid-March, the tour continues from April 21 in Knoxville, Tennessee, to June 13 in Hartford, Connecticut. The North American shows will feature Latto as an opener. –Marc Hogan

Lizzo: The Special 2our


Madonna is embarking on a massive arena tour with dates across the world every month from July to January. The Celebration Tour, as it’s called, was first heralded by a star-studded announcement video featuring Lil Wayne, Eric André, Jack Black, Judd Apatow, Diplo, Kate Berlant, and more. –Evan Minsker

Madonna: The Celebration Tour

Maggie Rogers

Following dates at this year’s Primavera Sound and Glastonbury, Maggie Rogers continues her run of live shows behind 2022’s Surrender with a North American tour that begins this summer. The dates include runs with Soccer Mommy and Alvvays, plus appearances at Lollapalooza and Outside Lands. She’s also headlining All Things Go at Merriweather Post Pavilion alongside Lana Del Rey, Boygenius, and Carly Rae Jepsen. –Evan Minsker

Maggie Rogers: Summer of ’23 Tour

Mastodon / Gojira

It’s called the Mega-Monsters Tour, get it? Because the bands are called Mastodon and Gojira? I mean I guess it’s debatable that you could call a mastodon a “monster,” but, hey, the extinct mammals were pretty big. Anyway, two big metal bands are touring through the summer. –Evan Minsker

Gojira and Mastodon: The Mega-Monsters Tour 2023


Charlotte, North Carolina, rapper Mavi released his melodic, inventive latest album, Laughing So Hard It Hurts, last fall. He’s heading out across North America and Europe throughout the spring. The tour includes stops in Toronto, Paris, Chicago, and more, and wraps in New York in late May. On July 21, Mavi will perform at Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. –Eric Torres

Mavi: Laughing So Hard It Hurts 2023 World Tour


After receiving the coveted Stranger Things bump last summer, Metallica are in especially high demand. The metal legends have some new singles, an album on the way, and they’ll hit the road for a massive tour kicking off this spring. Metallica will wind through Europe and the United States for the next two years, with their final Mexico City dates landing in September of 2024. The gigantic trek will include support from Pantera, Greta Van Fleet, Five Finger Death Punch, Mammoth WVH, Architects, Ice Nine Kills, and Volbeat. –Madison Bloom

Metallica: M72 World Tour 2023-2024


Muna have already been tapped to open stadium tours for Taylor Swift and Lorde, but that won’t stop them from embarking on a run of North American dates of their own in between. The Life’s So Fun Tour, in support of the Los Angeles pop trio’s self-titled album from last year, kicked off in Seattle with further stops in New York, Philadelphia, Toronto, and other cities. –Eric Torres

Muna: Life’s So Fun Tour

The National

Following the release of their ninth studio album, First Two Pages of Frankenstein, the National will begin the first in a series of tours in May. The first run, opened by Soccer Mommy, begins in Chicago and ends on the West Coast in June. They have another run of shows with the Beths in August, a Madison Square Garden show with Patti Smith, and then a series of dates in the fall with Soccer Mommy and Bartees Strange. –Evan Minsker

The National: First Two Pages of Frankenstein Tour 2023

The New Pornographers

Behind their new album, Continue as a Guest, the New Pornographers headed out on a tour across North America in April and May. They’ll be joined by Wild Pink on the trek. The band will continue its tour in November. –Evan Minsker

The New Pornographers Tour


After a jaunt through smaller venues in North American cities last year, Paramore will be hitting the road properly in 2023 in support of the emo-pop trailblazers’ first album since 2017, This Is Why. They’ll be flanked by a who’s who of openers, among them Bloc Party, Foals, the Linda Lindas, and Genesis Owusu. The tour criss-crosses the globe, touching down in Ireland and the United Kingdom in April, and winding up in Saint Paul, Minnesota, by August. –Marc Hogan

Paramore in North America

Pearl Jam

Slowly but surely, Pearl Jam have been heading out back on tour in support of 2020’s Gigaton. After a longer run in North America and Europe last year, Pearl Jam will hit up the United States this August and September to perform in locations they skipped in 2022. With nine dates scheduled in just five cities, however, it’s a relatively short leg. Consider it an opportunity for Pearl Jam to stay energized and committed to their famously lengthy sets and shape-shifting setlists at each show. –Nina Corcoran

Pearl Jam: 2023 U.S. Tour

Pixies / Modest Mouse / Cat Power

Modest Mouse’s second bumper tour of the year (alongside their role in Weezer’s Indie Rock Roadtrip—see below) puts them in the company of legends. Co-headliners Pixies return for their first full North American tour since 2019, and Cat Power will support on every date. The first batch of dates includes a handful of New York shows and a dozen more scattered across the country; additional shows will be added soon. –Jazz Monroe

Pixies and Modest Mouse With Cat Power: Summer 2023 Tour

Red Hot Chili Peppers

The year is 2023, and the StrokesSt. Vincentthe Mars VoltaThundercatIggy Popthe Roots, City and Colour, and King Princess are slated for an absurdly huge North American tour. What almighty force could unite these titans of prog, funk, punk, rap, and indie? It’s Red Hot Chili Peppers, of course, and while you won’t get all those support acts at any one date, you can find one or two in each city before Anthony Kiedis, Flea, and company set off their stadium fireworks. –Jazz Monroe

Red Hot Chili Peppers 2023 Tour


Teenage Maryland rapper Redveil is heading out on a tour behind his 2022 album, Learn 2 Swim. It includes dates across North America in May, June, July, and August. Read the new interview “Teenage Rap Phenom Redveil Is Growing Up on Record.” –Evan Minsker

Redveil: Water 2 Fire Tour

Run the Jewels

Ten years after Killer Mike and El-P told the world that they’d be releasing a joint album under the name Run the Jewels, the stalwart duo is heading out on an anniversary tour. Run the Jewels will play multiple dates apiece in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, and Los Angeles, “performing a different set each night spanning the band’s full discography, bolstered by a plethora of special guests and surprises along the way,” according to a press release. –Jazz Monroe

Run the Jewels: RTJX - Celebrating 10 Years of Run the Jewels

The Smashing Pumpkins

The Smashing Pumpkins are gearing up for a reliably melodramatic new album called Atum, billed as the sequel to 1995’s Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness and 2000’s Machina/Machine of God. In tandem with this 33-song rock opera, Billy Corgan and the gang have arranged a suitably epic tour with Interpol and Stone Temple Pilots. It will be, in Corgan’s words, a “true alternative festival, where all the self-proclaimed weirdos and outsiders of the world can get together and have a party.” –Jazz Monroe

The Smashing Pumpkins: The World Is a Vampire Tour

Stevie Nicks

The November death of Christine McVie may have quelled any hopes for a full-complement Fleetwood Mac reunion, but, fortunately, Stevie Nicks is still sashaying across stages with her sweeping shawls and inimitable main-character charisma. She remains a bewitching presence, her catalog of wistful and passionate cuts having taken on an even smokier luster. Amid her North American solo dates, she’s got a handful of co-headlining shows with Billy Joel. –Allison Hussey

Stevie Nicks: Live in Concert

Taylor Swift

The last Taylor Swift tour took place nearly five years ago. As a result, she planned something extra special for her long-awaited return to the stage: the Eras Tour. Billed as a journey across her various musical eras, it will mark Swift’s sixth headlining concert tour and her first since releasing the albums LoverFolkloreEvermore, and Midnights. The Eras Tour kicked off in March after making waves for Ticketmaster’s infamous handling of presale tickets. Guests on the tour include Phoebe Bridgers, Haim, Paramore, Beabadoobee, Gayle, Girl in Red, Gracie Abrams, Muna, and Owenn. –Nina Corcoran

Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour


Fresh off a couple of shows with Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Strokes—as well as a few dates in Europe, the United Kingdom, and Australia—Thundercat will embark on his own headlining tour. The In Yo Girl’s City Tour winds through North America between August and October, with stops in Newport, Portland, Los Angeles, Chicago, Brooklyn, Dallas, and more. His final U.S. show takes place in Albuquerque on Halloween. After that, Thundercat will play a handful of shows in Brazil and Chile. –Madison Bloom

Thundercat: In Yo Girl’s City Tour


During a Super Bowl musically dominated by the long-awaited return of Rihanna, U2 shared a commercial featuring a baby’s face in an orb. That mystical child heralded the band’s Las Vegas shows, where they’ll perform their 1991 album Achtung Baby from September to November. U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at the Sphere marks the opening of the MSG Sphere at the Venetian, which seats 17,500. With Larry Mullen Jr. taking time away from the band to recover from surgery, Bram van den Berg will play drums at the shows. In a statement accompanying the announcement, the Edge used the phrase “the beauty of the Sphere” (speaking of the venue and not the baby from the Super Bowl spot). –Evan Minsker

U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere

The Walkmen

A decade on from their unexpected hiatus, the Walkmen are finally reuniting. The beloved New York–based rock act marked its 2023 reunion tour with a handful of sold-out shows at Webster Hall in April. The Walkmen have made and  will make their way to select U.S. cities: Philadelphia, Atlanta, Salt Lake City, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. The Walkmen currently plan on concluding their reunion tour with festival performances this summer, including Austin City Limits, Boston Calling Music Festival, Green Man, and Paredes de Coura Festival in Portugal. –Nina Corcoran

The Walkmen Tour Dates


The latest Weezer live outing will not be Hella Mega, nor will it be a Broadway residency. Billed as Weezer’s Indie Rock Roadtrip!, the band will head on tour with opening acts including Spoon, Modest Mouse, Future Islands, Joyce Manor, Momma, and White Reaper on select dates. –Evan Minsker

Weezer: Indie Rock Roadtrip!

Yeah Yeah Yeahs

With September’s Cool It Down, the first Yeah Yeah Yeahs record in nearly a decade, Karen O and company found new energy in patient, driving songs. Ahead of a full tour in support of the LP, the band staged a handful of comeback shows in the United States, New York, and Los Angeles; the group had to cancel three other shows in Australia due to health problems. Perfume Genius, who joined the band on Cool It Down’s Grammy-nominated “Spitting Off the Edge of the World,” opens some of the shows on the band’s spring leg in the United States. –Allison Hussey

Yeah Yeah Yeahs Tour Dates