TY SEGALL & FREEDOM BAND
In addition to being out with trio FUZZ, Ty Segall has California shows with his Freedom Band in September, playing L.A. (Teragram Ballroom on 9/5 & 9/6 and 9/13 & 9/14), Solana Beach, Big Sur, Sacramento and Petaluma. In the middle of that They'll hit Las Vegas for Psycho Las Vegas and Chicago for Pitchfork Fest. All dates are here.
NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHT SWEATS
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats will release their third studio album this year and will be on tour this summer and fall as well, including two dates as part of Willie Nelson's travelling Outlaw Music Festival. The tour includes a run with Delta Spirit (including two nights at Red Rocks), a few shows with Margo Price, and more. All dates are here.
WILLIE NELSON'S OUTLAW MUSIC FESTIVAL
Willie Nelson has been hosting the Outlaw Music Festival tour for the last few years and after taking 2020 off for obvious reasons, he's bringing it back this year to outdoor amphitheaters all over the U.S. Joining him at various points along the way are Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, Margo Price, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, The Avett Brothers, Lucinda Williams, Gov't Mule, Ida Mae, Kathleen Edwards, Yola and Ryan Bingham.
Duo Buscabulla will be on a mini tour this fall. The short run starts in Brooklyn on October 16 at Elsewhere, with shows in Miami, San Francisco, Los Angeles (The Regent on 11/20), and then San Francisco and Miami again. All dates are here.
PRIMAVERA SOUND 2022
Primavera Sound will finally be back in 2022 and the lineup is pretty amazing: Headliners include Pavement, Massive Attack, Gorillaz, Beck, The National, The Strokes, Tame Impala, Jorja Smith, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and Tyler, the Creator on weekend one; and Lorde, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion, Interpol, Gorillaz, Massive Attack, The Strokes, Jorja Smith, Tame Impala, and Tyler, the Creator on weekend two. There's tons more, check out the full lineup here.
RAMMSTEIN RESCHEDULE TOUR TO 2022
Rammstein had already rescheduled their 2020 North American stadium tour for this August, September and October, and now they've moved it another year. Rammstein say this tour will bring their "full-scale stadium production to this continent for the first time ever."
AUGUST BURNS RED
Pennsylvania metalcore vets August Burns Red will take their fourth record Leveler out on a 10th anniversary tour in September and October, with Fit For a King, Erra, and Like Moths to Flames along for the ride. Dates kick off 9/9 in Philly, with stops in NYC (Webster Hall on 9/14), Buffalo, New Haven, Portland (ME), Boston, Atlanta, Florida (Pensacola and Orlando), Detroit, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles (Belasco Theater on 10/8), Seattle, Berkeley, Denver, Grand Rapids, Nashville, and more, wrapping up on Halloween night at Sayreville, NJ's Starland Ballroom. Head here for all dates. There's a Leveler 10th anniversary reissue, too.
KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard were supposed to tour in Spring 2020 around Coachella, and then rescheduled for fall 2020 and then fall 2021. Those dates have now been rescheduled for fall 2022.
Modest Mouse's new album The Golden Casket will be out August 6 and they'll be on tour after the band's set at Lollapalooza. Dates also include Austin City Limits and Life Is Beautiful, as well as a double header of NYC shows and headlining shows in Boston, Philly, DC, Detroit, Seattle, San Francisco, LA, Nashville, Miami Beach, and more. Some of the shows are with Future Islands.
After being sidelined from the road in 2020 for the first time in their careers due to COVID, Future Islands have announced a massive 2021-2022 tour, which they've dubbed "Calling Out in Space." It includes their previously announced festival dates at Governors Ball, BottleRock Napa, and Austin City Limits Fest, as well as North American dates this year and overseas shows in 2022, including many with Modest Mouse.
The Struts have rescheduled tier "Strange Days Are Over' Tour for later in 2021, starting with three Florida shows (St Petersburg, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando), then hitting Atlanta, Richmond, Asbury Park (9/9 @ Stone Pony), Philly, Port Chester (9/11 @ Capitol Theatre), Pittsburgh, Chicago, Des Moines, Austin, New Orleans, Cincinnati, and wrapping things up in NYC at the newly renovated Irving Plaza on October 8. Head here for tickets and all dates.