The fall concert season is upon us. And that means it’s time to see what’s new in the music world. There are a lot of tours going on, both newly launched and ongoing.
If you’re looking to head out to a concert soon, you’re in the right place for information. Here’s where we list all of the highlights from new concert announcements that were made over the last week. Although these are the highlights, there not the only shows going on. Head over to our listings page to see all of the shows that are currently going on nearby.
Randy Travis: October 16th – November 2nd, 2019
Randy Travis is going out on a smaller tour—his first since having a stroke back in 2013. Travis has not recovered his singing voice and will be accompanied on stage by The Voice contestant, James Dupre. However, Travis still can kick butt on the guitar, and this is a huge step forward back into the world of music for Travis. It looks like despite his limitations, this will be an amazing set of shows. Travis will only be playing at a handful of cities, mostly on the East Coast. Cities like Macon, Augusta, and Spartanburg will be hit up. If you’re on the West Coast or further North, it looks like you’re out of luck for now. Hopefully, this is just the start of Travis’s return to live music. Keep your eyes open for future announcements. And if you’re set on seeing him play soon, grab tickets today to ensure you don’t miss out on this rare chance to see him play.
Kim Petras: October 22nd – December 8th, 2019
Kim Petras just announced a new U.S. tour that will be extending throughout the autumn season. Her first solo album, Clarity, just came out this year, but that has only helped to skyrocket her career. The song “Icy” has been a hot song on the Billboard lists, and her fame seems to be just beginning. Based out of Germany, Petras has quite a following here in the U.S. This will be a huge event, and tickets will be hard to find for many of her upcoming shows. Make sure you don’t miss out on this tour and grab tickets today.
Warren Haynes: September 14th – November 21st, 2019
Warren Haynes, better known as the frontman for Gov’t Mule, is going out on a solo tour this fall. The tour is in celebration of The Band’s epic farewell show, called The Last Waltz. Although the 40th-anniversary celebration of this tour was a few years ago, this tour has almost become an annual event. Haynes has played with many legends over the years, and now he will be returning as one of those legendary performers himself. He’ll be joined by country star Jamey Johnson and Lukas Nelson. These tour dates will sell out—Haynes is an epic performer. If you want to see this show live, you’ll need to buy tickets as soon as possible. Check out our ticket listings to see what’s still available so you don’t miss out on this opportunity.
Chris Lane: September 8th, 2019 – February 22nd, 2020
Chris Lane just announced a new tour to follow up his recent Laps Around the Sun tour. This tour starts out on Halloween evening and extends throughout the winter toward the end of February. Lane has made quite an impact on the country music scene, and this tour promises to be huge. Songs like “Fix” and “Girl Problems” have seen considerable downloads and radio time. Luckily, there are a few dates scheduled ahead of the official tour kickoff giving fans extra opportunities to see him play live. This is good considering the huge popularity that Lane is now seeing. Grab tickets soon so you don’t miss out on your chance to see this tour. It looks to be one of the highlights of the upcoming live country music schedule.
FKA Twigs: October 12th – November 20th, 2019
FKA Twigs, the British singer, just announced a new fall tour in the U.S. It will only include 9 new cities, but it’s still quite exciting, especially for those that didn’t get to see her the last time she was in North America. The tour is in support of her upcoming album, Magdalene, which is expected to hit record store shelves this fall. FKA Twigs has already recorded a few hits, like “Good to Love,” and has already started to build a big fanbase. Even though she’s a relatively new artist, this new album and tour have been highly anticipated. If you’re thinking of going to a show this fall, you’ll need to buy tickets early. Because there are so few dates scheduled, tickets will be in high demand. The sooner you act, the better your chances of getting the seats you want will be.