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Check out our comprehensive list of all of the tours that are happening this fall/winter! Pro tip: Find your festival by using our menu on the right, or by hitting ctrl+F and searching the page.

Fall + Winter 2020 Tours

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Blackberry Smoke ‘Spirit Of The South’ Tour

Dates: July 17-September 12
What to expect: “We are beyond excited to bring our Spirit of the South tour to fans this summer,” shared Charlie Starr, Blackberry Smoke’s frontman, in a press release. “If you think of this music as a genre and you step back far enough to see the scope of what a handful of bands from the South were able to accomplish, it’s pretty damn staggering. All without giving a damn about what was hip or trendy at the time.” Read more
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Breaking Benjamin, Bush, + Theory Of A Deadman

Dates: August 15-September 8
What to expect: The beginning of the fall concert season is packed with hard rock. Breaking Benjamin, Bush, and Theory of a Deadman are going on tour and bringing some stellar opening acts along for the ride. Saint Asonia and Cory Marks will join as supporting acts throughout the tour. Read more
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Diet Cig

Dates: October 3-October 22
What to expect: Diet Cig recently added fall shows to follow their spring and summer North American tour. On their tour, fans can count on hearing the band’s hits along with new songs from their anticipated May release, Do You Wonder About Me? Sad13 and Thin Lips will open for their shows. Read more
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Drive-By Truckers ‘The Unraveling’ Tour

Dates: August 12-September 13
What to expect: Drive-By Truckers recently expanded their tour in support of their latest album, The Unraveling. The short fall leg has the group making stops for shows in the West/Midwest and South. Additionally, these dates are honoring tickets from prior shows that were cancelled. Click here to see if your ticket will be honored in the fall. Read more
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Enrique Iglesias + Ricky Martin

Dates: September 5-October 30
What to expect: Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin, two powerhouse Latin singers, are embarking on a fall U.S tour. Sebastian Yarta will be joining the tour as a supporting act. Read more
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G – L

Genesis ‘The Last Domino?’ Tour

Dates: November 16-December 12
What to expect: Genesis is going on tour for the first time in 13 years, and needless to say, fans are stoked. While the band has only announced winter shows in the UK, fans are hopeful that the rock giants will set U.S. tour dates in the future. Read more
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Jason Aldean ‘We Back’ Tour

Dates: August 17-September 26
What to expect: Jason Aldean’s year-long tour is under the same name as his single released earlier this year. While the tour began in January, it extends far into the fall. The country superstar will be hitting every corner of the States, so fans have plenty of opportunities to see Aldean live in concert. Read more
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Jimmy Eat World + The Front Bottoms ‘Criminal Energy’ Tour

Dates: August 7-September 5
What to expect: Angst-rock lovers, this one’s for you. Jimmy Eat World and The Front Bottoms are teaming up for a U.S. tour this fall, playing hits like “The Middle” and “Legit Tattoo Gun” for their devoted fans. Read more
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Kaleo ‘Fight or Flight’ Tour

Dates: July 1-October 16
What to expect: Icelandic rock act Kaelo has plotted a tour that begins in July but trickles well into the fall. They’re bringing Wilder Woods, Matt Maeson, and Belle Mt. along for the ride as supporting acts. Read more
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The Killers ‘Imploding The Mirage’ Tour

Dates: September 10-December 4
What to expect: The Killers will be touring in support of their sixth studio album, Imploding The Mirage. With supporting acts Johnny Marr, Blossoms, Sam Fender, and Manic Street Preachers joining them on the road, their upcoming tour is set to be nothing short of a spectacle. Read more
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M – Q

My Chemical Romance

Dates: September 9-October 16
What to expect: The famed emo legends are returning to the road after a six year hiatus from the music scene. Their North American tour promises hits performed live in concert like “Helena,” I’m Not Okay,” and “Welcome To The Black Parade.” The band’s first reunion show last year sold out within four minutes. Read more
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Neck Deep ‘All Distortions Are Intentional’ Tour

Dates: November 6-December 12
What to expect: The upcoming fall and winter concert seasons are proving great for alternative and pop punk bands. Neck Deep will be touring throughout the winter in support of their newest album, All Distortions Are IntentionalRead more
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Ólafur Arnalds

Dates: October 25-November 11
What to expect: Ólafur Arnalds is a jack of all trades. While he was a former heavy metal drummer, his solo career now focuses on melding classical music with drum beats and electronic music. His U.S. tour this fall includes performances at Berklee Performing Center in Boston and Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. Read more
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R – Z

Tenacious D ‘The Purple Nurple…Twisting Hard To The Left!’ Swing State Tour

Dates: June 13-October 9
What to expect: Tenacious D is always up to something timely and interesting, that’s for sure. Jack Black’s musical brainchild act will tour this fall in swing states to promote voter registration and political action through the power of music. This tour is one not to be missed. Read more
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The Weeknd ‘After Hours’ Tour

Dates: June 11-November 12
What to expect: Abel Tesfaye, who goes under the monicker The Weeknd, is embarking on a large-scale arena tour that leads well into the fall and winter months. The tour is named after The Weeknd’s latest album, After Hours, due to drop on March 20. Read more
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Wilco & Sleater Kinney ‘It’s Time’ Tour

Dates: March 10-September 19
What to expect: Wilco and Sleater Kinney: a true match made in heaven. The beloved rock groups are joining forces for their tour that begins in March and stretches well into September. They will also be bringing some stellar supporting acts including NNAMDÏ, Ratboys, Trampled By Turtles, White Fence, and many more.  Read more
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Wire

Dates: October 8-October 18
What to expect: Wire will be hitting the road for a brief tour this fall in support of their new album, 10:20. The band has stood the test of time, keeping post-punk alive since 1976. Read more
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Yaeji ‘What We Drew’ Tour

Dates: September 10-November 14
What to expect: With the release of Yaeji’s, What We Drew mixtape due to drop in April, Yaeji has a string of tour dates set for the fall. The shows are at smaller scale venues, so if you’re looking to catch Yaeji at a more intimate show, now’s your chance. Read more
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Yo-Yo Ma, Chris Thile, Stuart Duncan, + Edgar Meyer ‘Not Our First Goat Rodeo’ Tour

Dates: August 8-October 27
What to expect: Catch the four esteemed musicians live in concert as they play music from their latest studio album, Not Our First Goat Rodeo. The quartet is set to play at some of the finest music venues around the country, including NYC’s Carnegie Hall and Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville. Read more
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