Tenacious D, José González, Cannibal Corpse, Greatest Day Ever fest, WWPJ, more

Here’s a roundup of the latest tour news. See the Tour Dates category for more information.

TENACIOUS D (PUDDLES PITY PARTY, DJ DOUGGPOUND OPENING)

Tenacious D has added more shows to their upcoming North American tour. The new dates are in September with the opening of DJ Douggpound, including shows in Philly, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Cedar Rapids, and more. Their June West Coast dates are with Puddle Pity Party. All dates are here.

MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE

My Chemical Romance has added more dates to its 2022 tour and announced a wildly disparate group of openings, including a reunited Midtown.

WE ARE ALL MC5

Wayne Kramer announced today that MC5 will be releasing their first album in 51 years and that the band’s current lineup, dubbed We Are All MC5, will be touring this spring. You can get early tickets to the New York show with the BrooklynVegan presale.

THE JETPACKS WERE PROMISED TO US

We Were Promised Jetpacks kick off their North American tour tonight in Richmond, Virginia. From there they will head south and west, stopping in Austin for SXSW, before heading to California and traveling the rest of the continent. Weakened Friends open most of the tour, with Frankie Rose taking over for the final dates, including the Brooklyn show at Elsewhere on April 16.

HORSE GIRL

The Chicago trio Horsegirl today announced their debut album – which will be released in May via Matador – and will be touring this month and this summer.

GREATEST DAY EVER (ISAIAH RASHAD, MARIAS, MORE)

The Greatest Day Ever takes place at Forest Hills Stadium in New York on July 23 with performances by Polo & Pan, Isaiah Rashad, The Marías, Tokischa, Boy Pablo, Emotional Oranges, Ckay, Kay Cyy and Silent Addy. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 11 at 10 a.m.

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CANNIBAL CORPSE / SANGUISUGABOGG / 200 STAB WOUNDS

Death metal legends Cannibal Corpse have announced an East Coast tour with two of the genre’s newest emerging bands, Sanguisugabogg and 200 Stab Wounds, around Philly’s Decibel Metal & Beer Fest. CC are also currently on tour with Whitechapel, Revocation and Shadow of Intent. All dates here. 200 Stab Wounds also tours with Obituary and Gruesome and Gatecreeper, Narrow Head and Fearing.

JOSE GONZALEZ

Swedish singer-songwriter José González kicks off his North American tour tonight in Seattle. Most shows are with Jess Williamson, and the tour includes stops in Portland, Oakland, Los Angeles, Tucson, Phoenix, Mexico City, Dallas Austin, and more. All dates are here.

AIZURI QUARTET (OPENING OF WILCO’S ‘YANKEE HOTEL FOXTROT’ SHOWS IN NYC)

Wilco has announced that the Aizuri Quartet, which has collaborated with Nels Cline, will be opening for their five Yankee Hotel Foxtrot shows at the United Palace in New York. April 15 and 16 are sold out, but you can still get tickets for April 17, 18, and 20.

ARE PINK

Pink Mountaintops, aka Black Mountain frontman Stephen McBean, are back with a new album Peacock Pools in May, and will also be on tour this spring.

FESTIVAL OF MOVEMENT

Detroit’s Movement electronic festival returns this Memorial Day weekend, May 28-30 at Hart Plaza. They announced the full lineup, adding Flying Lotus, Carl Craig B2B LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy, 2ManyDJs, Jon Hopkins, 2 Chainz, Skrillex, Duck Sauce (aka A-Trak and Armand Van Helden), and more.

NEW FRIENDS FESTIVAL

Toronto’s annual New Friends Fest shouto festival returns for the first time since 2019 July 29-31 at a new venue (Lithuanian House) and the lineup is stacked as always. It includes the return to action Gospel, Loma Prieta, Cerce, Dangers, Respire, Joliette, Øjne, Nuvolascura, Senza, Fern Sully, NØ MAN, Clavel, Sonagi, Shy Low, Foxtails, Frail Body, Indisposed, Obroa-Skai, Hawak , etc

BODEGA

Bodega’s second album, broken equipmentcomes out this week and they will be on tour this summer.

LOUDER THAN LIFE FESTIVAL

The 2022 Louisville Louder Than Life festival lineup includes Nine Inch Nails, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Slipknot, KISS, Lamb of God, Mastodon, Tenacious D, Meshuggah, Clutch, Anti-Flag, Bad Religion, Action Bronson, Bayside, GWAR , Ministry, Baroness, etc.

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