Top 5 Tour Announcements of the Week
This week, some of pop and punk’s best team up for joint jaunts, plus Lady Gaga drops her Joanne tour dates. Here’s who we’re most excited to see hit the road.
Lady Gaga ‘Joanne’ World Tour
Following an epic Super Bowl 51 halftime performance, Lady Gaga has finally announced a world tour in support of her latest album, Joanne. The trek will take place in the second half of 2017, kicking off on August 1 in Vancouver, BC, and wrapping up on December 14 in Salt Lake City, UT. Click here for tickets.
Blink 182 ‘California’ Tour
Blink 182 is hitting the road again, in continued support of their latest album California. The trio has just announced a fresh batch of U.S. tour dates, in addition to their previously scheduled European stint. The new shows see the rockers throughout the Southeast and west, beginning on March 22 at the Austin 360 Amphitheater. They’ll be joined by The Naked and Famous and Waaves as support. Click here for tickets.
John Legend ‘Darkness and Light’ Tour
In support of his newest release, Darkness and Light, John Legend has just announced plans for a summer tour of the same name. Joined by singer/songwriter Gallant as support, catch the crooner throughout the South, West and East Coast, wrapping up with a headlining performance at New Orleans’ ESSENCE Festival on June 30. Click here for tickets.
Incubus + Jimmy Eat World Tour
Incubus is gearing up for another go-round as they prepare to drop their first album in six years. To celebrate, they’ve announced a small batch of tour dates in which they’ll be joined by emo legends Jimmy Eat World. The shows begin on July 14 at PNC Bank Pavilion in New Jersey, followed by more stops along the East Coast and Midwest. You can also catch them in Toronto, Texas and California. Click here for tickets.
Blondie + Garbage ‘Rage and Rapture’ Tour
It’s a match made in riot grrrl heaven, as Blondie and Garbage have teamed up for the Rage and Rapture tour. The summer tour will kick off on the West Coast in early July, with shows stretching from California to Colorado, Texas to NYC, and everywhere in between. Look out for Blondie’s new album, Pollinator, coming out later this year. Click here for tickets.