LETTERKENNY STANDUP TOUR
Very Canadian sitcom Letterkenny is presenting a standup tour featuring Mark Forward (Coach) and Jeff McEnery (Alexander) alongside series writers Olivia Stadler and Allie Pearse. Stops include Boston, Detroit, Pittsburgh, and more.
Anthemic piano rockers Keane will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album by going someplace only they know. Actually they’ve told everyone: it’s a 2024 tour that will hit North America in September with The Sherlocks. The NYC show is at Radio City Music Hall on 9/24.
FALL OUT BOY / JIMMY EAT WORLD / HOT MULLIGAN
Fall Out Boy have announced a new US tour for 2024 and are bringing along some pretty great openers.
STEVE MASON (BETA BAND) TOUR POSTPONED
Former Beta Band leader Steve Mason was set to start his first North American tour in 20 years next week but we’re going to have to wait a little longer. He writes: “Friends I am sorry to say that having encountered some serious issues with my visa application. I am going to have to postpone my North American tour this winter; it’s been so long since I’ve visited your shores that my application is taking longer than expected. Apologies for the inconvenience and the short notice on this, however we have been working hard to try and make the original dates work and then to find new dates. The good news is that we will be coming as soon as we can so we have re-scheduled our shows to the spring. Please hold on to your tickets, they will all be valid, see you on the other side ASAP.” The new NYC date is April 23 at Le Poisson Rouge.
DIIV are heading out with Depeche Mode starting at the end of September and have added a bunch of headline dates along the way.
Hasan Minhaj has added more dates to his upcoming Off With His Head stand-up tour, including new stops in Miami, Orlando, and Ithaca, plus more NYC shows.
SWELL: A TRIBUTE TO DAVID FREEL
David Freel, frontman of cult psych band Swell, died last year, and his former bandmates – Monte Vallier, Sean Kirkpatrick, John Dettman-Lyttle and Niko Wenner — are going to celebrate his life and music in December with West Coast shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland and Seattle.
TIM KEY (SIMON ON ALAN PARTRIDGE)
English poet, comedian, actor Tim Key, who might be best known in the US as Alan Partridge’s sidekick Simon, will bring his new standup show, Mulberry, to NYC’s Soho Playhouse on October 11-14. Tim promises “Ruminations about the great indoors with a bit of stomping around. Velour tracksuit, continental lagers, some ‘poetry.’”
Julian Casablancas‘ other band, The Voidz, have announced a trio of NYC shows this fall to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right, the re-opening of Murmrr Theatre, and Halloween.
GOATWHORE / WITHERED / SPITER
Goatwhore have announced a November tour with Withered and Spiter. “I am stoked to be touring with our brothers in Withered and the maniacs in Spiter,” says the band’s Sammy Duet. “See all you hellrats on the road in November.” The tour hits NYC at Saint Vitus on 11/14.
Eartheater has added a second NYC show to the Powders Tour, playing Elsewhere Hall on December 15. The 12/1 Elsewhere show is sold out.
Rosie Tucker will be going on “A Tiny Tour” in November, including a stop at NYC’s Berlin Under A on 11/9.