New Orleans prog-funk quintet Earphunk will soon release a new album called Sweet Nasty and will tour extensively in support of the new LP.
This December, Hot Tuna will be joined by special guests at a celebration of Jack Casady’s 70th birthday.
After a long layoff, Wilco will finally return to the stage with a pair of shows in Ohio this September before their Lockn’ appearance.
The Beacon Theatre in NYC will host Primus this Halloween for a Primus & The Chocolate Factory-themed show.
Colorado jamgrass act Yonder Mountain String Band have announced their fall touring itinerary.
Phil Lesh will reassemble his famed Quintet for a show at Forest Hills Stadium in September.
The Jeff Austin Band has announced a batch of fall shows.
The Brooklyn Academy Of Music will host Wilco front man Jeff Tweedy’s Tweedy in September.
Funk act Lettuce have announced an extensive fall tour that includes co-bills with Gramatik and Soulive.
Phish has just announced a West Coast-focused fall tour.
We have our first Phish Fall Tour leak.
Papadosio has announced details of their “Imaginal Cells Tour,” which will visit over 35 U.S. cities this fall.
Singer-songwriter Ryan Adams has announced a batch of 13 shows scheduled for October in support of his new album.
Beats Antique will hit the road with Shpongle (DJ Sets), Emancipator and Lafa Taylor this fall for the Creature Carnival tour.
There’s three Phil Lesh-led shows coming to the Las Vegas outpost of Brooklyn Bowl, including a pair with “Friends” and one with The Terrapin Family Band.
Chicago’s Umphrey’s McGee has announced a batch of fall tour dates.
The place where The Shining takes place will host a weekend full of Leftover Salmon performances featuring Sam Bush and Bill Payne early next year.
The Resolvers and Groundation, two bands that put a contemporary spin on reggae, are teaming up for a tour that begins tomorrow in Ft. Lauderdale.
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