MAGGIE ROGERS (W/ ALVVAYS, SOCCER MOMMY)
Maggie Rogers has announced a summer North American tour, with support from Soccer Mommy on the first leg and Alvvays on the second.
Chicago's Jimmy Whispers will release new album The Search for God on June 9 via Carpark, and shortly after it's out, he'll be on tour with dates in Los Angeles, Ft Wayne, Baltimore, Brooklyn (a free show at Baby's All Right on 6/21), Philly Chicago and more.
RINGO STARR & HIS ALL-STARR BAND
Ringo Starr has added four shows to his tour with the All-Starr Band, including new stops in CA, AZ, WA and OR. Head here for all dates.
After re-activating The Microphones for a new album and tour, Phil Elverum is now working on the first Mount Eerie album since 2018 and will play new songs from it on tour this year.
Robyn Hitchcock just wrapped up a full band tour, and has solo dates in June.
Jana Horn just released a new album and has shows in DC and Brooklyn in June.
Ab-Soul has announced "The Intelligent Movement Tour," kicking off this summer, in support of his late 2022 album Herbert. The tour begins in Toronto, and includes stops in Chicago, Denver, Salt Lake City, Oakland, Dallas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, and more.
Thanks to Jamey Jasta, the legendary Milwaukee Metal Fest is returning this year for its first edition since 2004, on May 26-28 at The Rave / Eagles Club. Since the announcement of the initial lineup in January, they've made a number of additions.
THIS IS HARDCORE 2023
This Is Hardcore has announced the full lineup of its 2023 edition, with new additions including Deadguy, Bulldoze, Speed, Year of the Knife, Vein, Bitter End, Death Threat, End It, and more.
Thursday will celebrate the 20th anniversary of War All The Time in September, playing it in full at a pair of special shows in the waters around NYC
JIVEBOMB / MEXICAN COKE
Jivebomb will be out with Angel Du$t soon, and have announced other dates, including a run with Mexican Coke. It's their first full US tour.
IS FOR LOVERS FEST 2023
After three inaugural editions in 2023, Hawthorne Heights are once again throwing their own nostalgia-heavy emo festival, Is For Lovers, and this year they're doing it in eight different locations with Jimmy Eat World, Thursday, Thrice, Alkaline Trio, Underoath, Bayside, The Starting Line, and more.
Montreal trio Braids are about to release their new album Euphoric Recall, and they've just announced a series of shows where they'll be backed by a string ensemble.
LE TIGRE TOUR OPENERS
Le Tigre have announced openers for their upcoming reunion tour, including Shamir, Big Joanie, Pom Pom Squad, Claud, and more.
Tucson post-hardcore band The Bled are celebrating the 20th anniversary of Pass the Flask with a show at Pomona, CA's The Glass House on September 8 with Holy Fawn and Negative Blast. The show sold out but stay tuned for news on a second show.