Recent Articles
  • Every Time I Die announce 20th anniversary tour

    Every Time I Die announce 20th anniversary tour

    Since 1998, Buffalo metalcore band Every Time I Die has delivered intense performances around the world. This fall, the group will celebrate their 20th anniversary with one of the most explosive tour lineups this year. Announced today, the group's trek will include two stops inside Denver's Bluebird...
  • Real Friends announce 2018 fall headlining tour

    Real Friends announce 2018 fall headlining tour

    Following their stint on the Vans Warped Tour, pop-punk band Real Friends are embarking on their first proper tour in support of their new album Composure. Today the band announced their North American tour which begins on Oct. 17. The tour will include stops inside Denver's Gothic Theatre on Oct...
  • Manchester Orchestra and The Front Bottoms announce 2018 co-headlining tour

    Manchester Orchestra and The Front Bottoms announce 2018 co-headlining tour

    Two of indie rock's most beloved bands (Manchester Orchestra and The Front Bottoms) will be out on a co-headlining tour this fall, and it's no secret that this trek will feature a slew of sold-out performances. Revealed today, their tour across the country begins on Nov. 21, and it will include two...
  • Milo Greene announces 'Adult Contemporary' fall 2018 tour dates

    Milo Greene announces 'Adult Contemporary' fall 2018 tour dates

    Los Angeles-based indie pop quartet Milo Greene has announced their upcoming fall concert schedule in support of their soon-to-be-released third studio album, Adult Contemporary. The tour is set to begin on Sept. 22 in Pioneertown, California, and runs throughout the fall months over 16 shows before...
  • Louis The Child announce Dear Sense fall tour dates

    Louis The Child announce Dear Sense fall tour dates

    EDM duo Robert Hauldren and Frederic Kennett a.k.a. Louis The Child will be hitting the road for a month's worth of concerts across North America this fall on their newly announced Dead Sense Tour. The run of shows will start on Nov. 7 in Toronto and continues for 16 shows over the span of a month...
  • Suffocation announce farewell tour for original vocalist Frank Mullen

    Suffocation announce farewell tour for original vocalist Frank Mullen

    In 2013, Suffocation frontman Frank Mullen stepped away from the group as a touring member due to his new career. That didn't stop him from unleashing vocals in the band's latest album ...Of the Dark Light. Back in March, he revealed plans to tour with the band one more time before permanently...
  • The Internet announces fall tour dates in promotion of ‘Hive Mind’

    The Internet announces fall tour dates in promotion of ‘Hive Mind’

    The musical collective known as The Internet has revealed the first batch of highly anticipated North American concert dates in promotion of their recently released studio album, Hive Mind. Announced on Wednesday morning, the band’s upcoming run of shows will start in early October with five arena...
  • Mayday Parade announce 2018 fall North American tour

    Mayday Parade announce 2018 fall North American tour

    Florida pop-punk band Mayday Parade recently said goodbye to the Vans Warped Tour, and they're looking to continue promoting their new album Sunnyland this fall. Revealed today, the group will begin their first North American headlining tour in support of the release on Oct. 2 with a special...
  • Tank and the Bangas along with Big Freedia announce The Head Banga co-headlining fall tour

    Tank and the Bangas along with Big Freedia announce The Head Banga co-headlining fall tour

    2017 NPR Tiny Desk Contest winners Tank and the Bangas are heading out on tour across North America this fall with the one and only Big Freedia for the newly announced Head Banga Tour. The upcoming run of shows will take both acts across the U.S. and Canada this fall starting with two concerts at...
  • 5 things you didn't know about 1964 The Tribute

    5 things you didn't know about 1964 The Tribute

    Kids today may find it hard to believe, but there was once a time when guitar-based music was the most in-demand genre amongst teenagers and younger folk within popular culture. Arguably one of the most popular acts of the baby boomer generation was none other than The Beatles, who over a span of...
  • Circa Survive reveal 2018 fall tour

    Circa Survive reveal 2018 fall tour

    Indie rock band Circa Survive have been busy touring all over the world in support of their latest release The Amulet. If you missed the band on their spring tour across the country, you'll have another shot to catch them this fall. Announced today, Circa Survive's U.S. tour kicks off inside the...
  • Deafheaven announce upcoming co-headlining fall tour with DIIV, share video for 'Night People'

    Deafheaven announce upcoming co-headlining fall tour with DIIV, share video for 'Night People'

    Deafheaven has announced upcoming plans to continue touring across the globe in 2018 alongside fellow rock outfit DIIV. The fall run for the tour will begin on Oct. 20 in Tucson, Arizona and will see the two rock bands playing across the U.S. before their co-headlining tour comes to a close with a...
  • Steven Wilson embarks on To The Bone North American tour fall 2018

    Steven Wilson embarks on To The Bone North American tour fall 2018

    British prog-rock guitarist, singer and multi-instrumentalist Steven Wilson will continue his 2018 concert campaign with another run of North American tour dates set to take place this fall. The upcoming 26-date tour is named after Wilson’s latest studio album, To the Bone, and is scheduled to begin...
  • 5 reasons to see Erasure live

    5 reasons to see Erasure live

    Synthpop duo Erasure has been at it for decades now, creating a number of catchy songs that keep fans dancing and singing along--especially at their live shows. With a masterful, career-spanning setlist, expert stage presence, and so much more, vocalist Andy Bell and musician Vince Clarke present...
  • Marianne Meyer

    Matt Nathanson gets busy with a new video, tour with O.A.R., and album on the way

    Whoever thinks that the dog days of summer are for chillin’ by the pool needs to have a chat with San Francisco native son Matt Nathanson. The beloved singer/songwriter, whose live shows are a winning combination of hook-filled pop and stand-up-quality humor, is running hard on all cylinders this...
  • Reel Big Fish announce The Tickle My Tiki TOURch fall 2018 dates

    Reel Big Fish announce The Tickle My Tiki TOURch fall 2018 dates

    Veteran southern California ska outfit Reel Big Fish has announced their fall touring plans with a 22-date headlining trek under the banner, Tickle My Tiki TOURch. The North American tour will begin on Oct. 4 in Santa Cruz, California and runs throughout the fall months before coming to a close on...
  • The best NYC concerts for August 2018

    The best NYC concerts for August 2018

    We're nearly at the end of summer, but that's not going to stop a great string of shows from hitting up the city in August. Of the many shows to see include two big names in R&B joining forces for a night of grooves, a Norwegian metal band making a special appearance at a popular Times Square...
  • Silverstein announces 'When Broken Is Easily Fixed' 15th anniversary tour

    Silverstein announces 'When Broken Is Easily Fixed' 15th anniversary tour

    15 years ago, Canadian post-hardcore band Silverstein was introduced to the world with their debut album When Broken Is Easily Fixed. Since its release, the singles "Smashed into Pieces," "Bleeds No More," and "Giving Up" would go on to become set staples for the group. While the group re-recorded...
  • Hands Like Houses announce 2018 headlining tour

    Hands Like Houses announce 2018 headlining tour

    Earlier this year, Australian post-hardcore band Hands Like Houses entered the studio to work on album number four with producer Colin Brittain. Titled Anon, the 10 track album, which has been charged by its first single "Overthinking," will be their first release under Hopeless Records. With the...
  • Cardi B drops out of Bruno Mars tour to take care of her newborn child

    Cardi B drops out of Bruno Mars tour to take care of her newborn child

    Cardi B is taking a self-imposed maternity leave and has bowed out as the opening act of the autumn leg of Bruno Mars' 2018 North American tour, which is set to begin Sept. 7 at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Cardi B (whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar) had been scheduled to be the opening act on the...
Sponsor

Sign up for our weekly event guide email.

Be the first to know. Get personalized event announcements, updates, and reviews every week with the AXS.com event guide email.

Privacy Policy