2023 is proving to be the year of concerts and festivals with nonstop major announcements breaking social media. Below is a look at upcoming tours that we’re excited for and hope to catch on tour!
The New Jersey trio kicks off the release of their debut album Moving Out with their U.S. tour starting March 24th in Asbury Park, NJ. PHONEBOY’s tour will travel throughout the U.S. and conclude May 11th at the Bowery Ballroom in NY.
Tickets Here: TOUR – Phoneboy Music
Runnner, a.k.a Noah Weinman, embarks on his North American tour with LANNDS and waveform. Weinman started his tour on February 24th in San Diego and is hitting major cities like Chicago, Boston, and Brooklyn, and finishing April 7th in Los Angeles, CA.
Tickets Here: shows – Runnner
WALLICE, one of Gen-Z’s newest and most exciting voices, will be heading on tour with JAWNY for his It’s Never Fair, Always True Tour. WALLICE will be opening for the first half of the tour beginning March 3rd in San Diego and ending in New York, NY March 31st. Catch her on tour to hear her newest single “Japan.”
Tickets Here: Tour – JAWNY
2023 has proved to be Winter’s year with the release of the “Good” remix with Water From Your Eyes, featuring SASAMI, and her new album What Kind of Blue Are You? Following this, Samari Winter is getting ready to embark on her 2023 tour with Tanukichan. The tour starts March 23rd in Sacramento, CA, and ends May 19th in San Francisco, CA.
Tickets Here: Tour — TANUKICHAN
L.A. band Zulu currently is on tour with Show Me The Body, Jesus Piece, Scowl, and TRiPP JONES. This month-and-a-half-long tour started February 10th in Richmond, VA, and will run until March 24th at the Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, NY. They also have a packed Summer with performances at Adjacent Fest (Atlantic City, NJ), Jera on Air (Ysselsteyn, NL), Outbreak Fest (Manchester, UK), and Full Force Fest (Ferropolis, GER).
Tickets Here: Tour – Show Me the Body
INHALER, out of Dublin, is looking at a very impressive and packed year. They’re currently finishing up their sold-out UK tour and then are heading to the U.S. for a month-long tour starting March 6th in Austin, TX, and concluding April 6th in Los Angeles, CA at The Wiltern. Following their U.K. and U.S. tour, the foursome will be accompanying Arctic Monkeys on their European tour. They will be playing at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse on May 19th and London’s Brixton Academy on May 20th. This is just the beginning, as they will also be supporting Harry Styles at Slane Castle and Sam Fender at St. James Park. In addition to touring, they also have a great festival lineup with performances at TRSNMT and Reading and Leeds this Summer.
Tickets Here: Tour – INHALER
flipturn also has a packed year as they’re currently on the road for their sold-out second leg of the Shadowglow tour with Hotel Fiction. They will also be doing a full run of Summer festivals starting off strong with Okeechobee, Hangout, Governor’s Ball, Electric Forest, and Railbird. In between their festival runs, they’ll be starting their tour after Okeechobee on March 16th in Charleston, SC through June 30th in Richmond, VA. They will also be supporting Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Goth Babe, and Mt. Joy on their U.S. tours. To conclude their tour/festival run they’ll be performing at Moon River Music Festival in Chattanooga, TN on September 10th.
Tickets Here: TOUR – flipturn
Daisy the Great
Brooklyn, NY-based Daisy the Great embarks on their first headlining tour of 2023. The All You Need is Time tour begins on April 12th in Allston, MA at Brighton Music Hall, and ends in their hometown of Brooklyn on May 12th. This tour celebrates their sophomore album, All You Need is Time.
Tickets Here: tour — daisy the great
Rainbow Kitten Surprise
Rainbow Kitten Surprise (RKS) sets out on their U.S. tour starting in Orlando, FL on May 17th and ending on July 6th at the monumental Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. Their return to Red Rocks will be a two-night stay on July 5th and 6th. They will be accompanied by flipturn, Carole Ades, and Candi Carpenter. They’ll also be doing multiple festivals runs at High Water Fest, Bonnaroo, and Hangout.
Chappell Roan, after celebrating one year of her debut single “Naked in Manhattan”, kicked off her Naked in North America tour earlier this year. She’s in the midst of finishing the second leg of her tour starting February 28th in New York and finishing March 15th in Los Angeles, CA. What sets Roan’s tour apart from others is different sets of dates have different themes that her fans can dress up for. These themes include Rhinestones & Rainbows, My Kink is Karma (after her song “Kink is Karma”), and Goth, Grunge, and Glitter.
**The official tickets are sold out, but Verified Resale Tickets are available for purchase through the ticket link below.
Tickets Here: Tour — Chappell Roan (iamchappellroan.com)
JID & Smino
Combining the titles of their newest albums, JID’s The Forever Story and Smino’s Luv 4 Rent, the iconic duo began their Luv is 4EVER tour on January 22nd. This tour is set to travel throughout the U.S. until March 29th at the Marathon Music Works venue in Nashville, TN. Accompanying them on the road will be Jordan Ward and SwaVay. Jordan Ward is also set to release his debut album on March 3rd while they’ll be at Terminal 5 in New York.
Tickets Here: luvis4ever
After touring with $uicideboy$ and Ski Mask the Slump God, $NOT presents his first headlining tour, Get Busy or Die North American Tour. The 35-stop tour starts in Orlando, FL on May 4th and through June 22nd in Nashville, TN. Joining him on tour will be Night Lovell, DC the DON, sounds by Micro, and an opener that will be announced in the near future.