Another week has gone by and we have another week of big concert updates and announcements. We’ve compiled some of the biggest new concert announcements for you to help make ticket purchases easier. The sooner you get yours, the more money you’ll save and the better your experience is likely to be.
Remember, this is just a handful of new announcements from the last week. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, be sure to head over to our tickets page for a comprehensive list of who’s playing and where. There, you can also find tickets for sale so you won’t ever have to miss out on your favorite group playing. Check out our deals and compare prices so you can get the best tickets at the best prices.
MisterWives: October 4th – November 24th, 2019
MisterWives just announced a big tour for later in the fall this year. The No Place Like Home Tour will be in support of their album Connect the Dots, which was released in 2017. It also may be an indicator that they are ready to release a new album, as a new tour can be a great way to stoke excitement. The indie rockers have already gained themselves a big following, though. They toured with Twenty One Pilots a few years ago and have gone on to become quite popular in their own right. This new tour is a testament to that. The tour will start out in Nashville, but they will be playing at Austin City Limits before that if you’re headed to that festival. The tour will then head out to the East Coast before finishing up in California closer to the end of the year.
Michael Franti: August 22nd – November 9th, 2019
Michael Franti and his band, Spearhead, will be heading out on tour at the end of this summer and well into the fall. The Stay Human tour will be hitting up several big cities, along with some of the smaller venues in North America. There will be a big emphasis on East Coast cities, but they will also appear in Oakland, Monterey, and Grass Valley. Tickets will be big items, especially for the western shows, so move fast if this is a tour you’re looking forward to.
Cherub: September 20th – November 2nd, 2019
Cherub is heading back out on the road this fall, hitting up 17 cities. These dates will mostly be on the West Coast, but the tour will come as far east as Illinois. They’ll hit up cities like San Francisco, Austin, and Oklahoma City. Their Electronica sound is quite unique from a lot of other performers in the genre because of the strong vocals that accompany them. Not only are they great songwriters; they’re also great live performers. This will be an exciting tour. In the past, Cherub has played with Diplo and Marshmello, and their music appeals to a lot of the same audience. Fans will want to ensure that tickets are purchased early for this tour. 17 cities is not a lot, and you can be assured that these will sell out quickly. Head over to our listings page now to see what’s available.
Lana Del Rey: September 21st – October 11th, 2019
Lana Del Rey just announced a short tour for the fall, hitting up a handful of cities along the way. It includes eight cities and will be almost exclusively on the West Coast. Don’t despair if you’re on the opposite side of the country, though. There is one date scheduled in New York. With hits like “Video Games” and “Born to Die,” Del Rey has gained a huge amount of stardom. She’s even been nominated for a Grammy. This tour might be smaller, but it’s going to be really popular. Tickets will go fast, so you’ll want to act early and grab a few for you and your friends when they become available. Head over to our listings to see what’s on sale and make sure you get yourself a good deal. This will be an awesome show, so you won’t want to miss out on it.
The Lumineers: August 7th, 2019 – June 12th, 2020
The Lumineers just announced a huge tour, heading well into 2020. The monsters of folk rock are one of those groups that love being on the road, and this new tour—titled III—is a reflection of that. They will be hitting up cities like Boston, Washington, Dallas, Atlanta, and more. Be sure to check and see if they’ll be stopping near you. Mt. Joy will be joining The Lumineers for much of this upcoming tour. It promises to be a lot of fun, and one tour you won’t want to miss out on if you have a chance to go. Their concerts are laid back and a ton of fun, even if you’re not a huge fan of their music thanks to the festival feel that comes with their style. Be sure to check out tickets if this is something you’re into.