Here's a roundup of recent tour news. Check the Tour Dates category for more.
RINGO STARR & HIS ALL-STAR BAND
Ringo Starr & His All-Star Band have added more tour dates to their upcoming tour. “Well, I love to play. I love an audience,” Ringo told Pollstar. “This is a known fact. I love the audience, they love me. We have fun on tour. That's what it's all about. I don't do this to be miserable. I have a lot of joy. I get a lot of joy and I just love doing it…..and I'll be doing a lot of peace and love in your city soon, May, June, look me up!” Fall dates include Tucson, Albuquerque, Nashville, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Little Rock and more.
Atmosphere have announced North American headline dates that will be happening during their Summertime 2023 tour with Slightly Stoopid, Sublime with Rome, and The Movement. New dates include Vegas, Tucson, San Antonio, Oklahoma City, Asheville, Buffalo, Portland, Pittsburgh and Atlanta. Dates on the Summertime 2023 tour include NYC-area shows at PNC Bank Arts Center on 8/17 and Jones Beach on 8/26. All dates are here.
Last year, Danny Elfman played Coachella with an orchestra, performing a mix of Oingo Boingo songs, his movie and TV scores, and solo work; he then did similar shows at Hollywood Bowl last fall. He's just announced two new dates happening in California in August.
London band Big Joanie were set to return to North America this month with two Brooklyn shows, but unfortunately that tour has been postponed due to a medical emergency. "We can’t wait to get out there and play and will announce new dates soon! We’re absolutely gutted but health and wellbeing is important. We look forward to seeing you soon and giving you our all."
After releasing their new double album Heaven :x: Hell and going on a TBA headlining world tour, Sum 41 will call it quits after 27 years.
GIN BLOSSOMS / SUGAR RAY / TONIC / FASTBALL
Gin Blossoms and Sugar Ray have announced a co-headlining summer tour that also features fellow '90s groups Tonic and Fastball. The two NYC-area shows on the tour -- Long Island's The Paramount on September 12 and Montclair, NJ's Wellmont Theater on September 13 -- are without Sugar Ray.