Stevie Nicks, Adele, The Cult, Silversun Pickups, etc.

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

NICKS STEVIE

Stevie Nicks has announced the second leg of her 2022 tour, which begins September 19 in Mansfield, MA and includes stops in LA, Nashville, Tampa and more. Vanessa Carlton will join on all dates. Stevie performs at Asbury Park’s Sea.Hear.Now festival in September – head here for his full line-up.

ADELE VEGAS RESIDENCE

Adele has rescheduled her “Weekends with Adele” residency in Las Vegas – which she postponed at the last minute due to the pandemic – which will now run from November 18 to March 25, 2023. There is a pre-sale of refunded fans at from August 10 and a Fan Pre-sale starting on August 11. The details are here.

Maggie Rogers

Maggie Rogers’ new album Abandonment was released Friday (7/29) via Capitol Records, and to celebrate, she has announced an intimate New York show that will take place the day before its release.

PULP

Britpop icons Pulp are reuniting for shows in 2023, which will be their first in 11 years.

SORRY

British band Sorry have announced a North American tour in the fall in support of their upcoming second album, everywhere except here.

CHICKFACTOR 30TH ANNIVERSARY SHOWS

chickfactor, the indiepop zine founded by Gail O’Hara and Pam Berry in 1992, celebrates its 30th anniversary this year with specials in New York and London.

BOBBY WEIR & WOLF BROS

The Grateful Dead’s Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros will be touring the United States this fall, including a trio of dates in San Francisco to celebrate Weir’s 75th birthday.

WILLIE NELSON

Willie Nelson is currently on his Outlaw Music Fest tour, and while in the Northeast in September, he’ll be stopping in New York to play SummerStage in Central Park.

BROOKLYN FOLK FESTIVAL 2022

The 2022 Brooklyn Folk Festival runs October 21-23 at St. Ann’s and Holy Trinity Church, featuring live performances (Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Amythyst Kiah), film screenings, talks , workshops, family events, etc.

THE CULT

The Cult wrap up their tour with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Zola Jesus this week, and have announced more dates starting Sept. 15 in Vancouver, with shows in Calgary, Des Moines, Omaha, Kansas City, Houston, Austin, Los Angeles and more. Most of the new dates are with King Woman, with BRMC also returning to join them for a few of the shows. All dates are here.

SILVERSUN MICROPHONES

Silversun Pickups have announced details of their 2022 North American tour for their upcoming album physical feelings. Dates include NJ’s Wellmont Theater on 5/11 and Webster Hall on 6/11. Go here for all dates.

NARROW HEAD

Texas band Narrow Head will take their brand of big-screen rock on tour in September and October, with The Berries and Bedlooked joining the West Coast and Temple of Angels and Bleed joining the East Coast. The NYC date is October 21 at TV Eye.

ZZ-TOP

Texas boogie rock legends ZZ Top are currently on the road with Willie Nelson as part of his 2022 Outlaw Music Festival tour, but have just announced fall track dates in support of the new album. BELIEVED.

SUPERBOWL DIY

Philadelphia music collective 4333 is hosting the DIY Super Bowl, a two-day festival taking place at Philly’s Ukie Club on August 26-27. All proceeds from the festival will go to The Trevor Project and the Transgender Legal Defense Fund, and the lineup includes Kississippi, Sweet Pill, Wife Boy and XXIIIXXX on Friday, and Snowing, Oolong, Short Fictions, Ugli and Lisa on Saturday.

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