The 1975 reschedule February 2020 tour dates for October 2020

If you live in Europe and were pumped to see the 1975 in the spring, then we have some bad news for you guys.

On Wednesday (Dec. 11), the British band made the disheartening news that due to complications with their upcoming new album, their European tour set for February 2020 will now happen in October.

“Due to the time needed to complete the recording of the upcoming album Notes on a Conditional Form, we have made the decision to move the 1975’s EU tour from February 2020 to October 2020,” the band posted on social media.

All tickets purchased for the February dates will remain valid. For those who will not be able to attend the newly rescheduled shows (because life does happen after all), refunds will be available at the original point of purchase.

The newly rescheduled tour dates include gigs in Barcelona, Madrid, Lisbon, Amsterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Milan, Helsinki, Stockholm, and Oslo.

In addition to the postponed dates, the foursome has also added four new stops to the rescheduled itinerary: Oct. 8 at Le Zénith in Paris, Oct. 21 at Stodola in Warsaw, Oct. 23 at Gasometer in Vienna, and Oct. 26 at Saku Surrhall in Tallinn.

While a slew of the band’s European shows was rescheduled, it looks like they will still appear at Australia’s Laneway Festival and headline their United Kingdom shows.

The 1975’s much-anticipated new album Notes on a Conditional Form is due out Feb. 21, 2020, through Dirty Hit / Interscope. Pre-orders are available for purchase here.

The band’s full statement about the postponed shows can be read below:

Due to the time needed to complete the recording of the upcoming album Notes on a Conditional Form, we have made the decision to move The 1975’s EU tour from February 2020 to October 2020.

We are very sorry for any inconvenience this may cause and hope that everyone can make the new shows.

We understand that this will be a cause of upset, but rest assured the delay will make for the best shows possible.

Thanks in advance for your understanding and we look forward to seeing you in October.

All original tickets remain valid. For all those who cannot make the new dates, you will be able to get refunds at your original point of purchase.

The Used plot intimate-venue tour for early 2020

A new song and a new tour? 2020 is shaping up to be a good year if you’re a fan of the Used.

On Tuesday (Dec. 10), the Utah-founded band announced plans to embark on a short United States-centric outing. Unlike their previous tours, this one will be a little different with the foursome performing at intimate venues across the country.

The early 2020 excursion kicks off on Jan. 21 at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, California, and wraps up a month later on Feb. 22 at the Crescent Ballroom in Phoenix. The month-long tour journey includes stops in Los Angeles, Sacramento Detroit, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Orlando, Dallas, the band’s hometown of Salt Lake City, and more.

“We are incredibly excited to announce we’ll be kicking off 2020 with a very special US tour for all the hardcore Used fans!” the band posted on Instagram.

“These shows are in some of the smallest rooms we’ve played in over a decade and will be unlike any other Used show you’ve seen.”

Pre-sales begin this Wednesday, Dec. 11. To get first dibs on these limited pre-sale passes, you need to sign up on the Used’s website for access. General ticket sales begin this Friday, Dec. 13, at 10 a.m. local time.

Dragged Under will hit the road alongside the Used throughout the upcoming tour.

Last week, the group surprised fans with a brand new song titled “Blow Me.” The track features Fever 333 frontman Jason Aalon. Listen to “Blow Me” above, while the list of tour dates can be found below.

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Coldplay to postpone all touring plans until it’s ‘environmentally beneficial’

A new album from Coldplay means a brand new tour is on the horizon…right?

Nope. Not at all.

On Thursday (Nov. 21), the Brtish band revealed that they will not embark on a tour in support of their new studio effort until they can reduce their environmental impact.

During a recent interview with BBC News, frontman Chris Martin made the surprising announcement.

“We’re not touring this album. We’re taking time over the next year or two to work out how our tour can not only be sustainable [but] how can it be actively beneficial,” the singer explains to the publication.

“Our next tour will be the best possible version of a tour like that environmentally. We would be disappointed if it’s not carbon neutral.”

He continues: “The hardest thing is the flying side of things. But, for example, our dream is to have a show with no single-use plastic, to have it largely solar-powered. We’ve done a lot of big tours at this point. How do we turn it around, so it’s not so much taking as giving?”

It’s quite an ambitious feat, but when you’re one of the biggest bands in the world, nothing is ever really that impossible.

Coldplay is set to release their eighth studio album, Everyday Life, this Friday (Nov. 22). The long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s A Head Full of Dreams was previously revealed to be a double album, one side titled Sunrise and the other titled Sunset.

To coincide with the album’s release, Coldplay previously announced that they will join forces with YouTube Originals for two exclusive performances.

Titled “Coldplay: Everyday Life – Live in Jordan,” the event will stream live from Jordan on Nov. 22, the day of the album’s release.

The quartet’s performance will be divided into two sessions; Sunrise and Sunset. The Sunrise album will be performed at 4 a.m. GMT, while Sunset will take at 2 p.m. GMT. The full stream will be available here.

Earlier this week, the group unleashed two more songs from the forthcoming record, “Daddy” and “Champion of the World.”

We Came As Romans plot ‘To Plant a Seed’ ten-year anniversary tour

The good news.

We Came as Romans are hitting the road next spring to celebrate their debut album’s tenth anniversary.

The bad news.

This will be the last time you will see any of those tracks on their setlists.

On Tuesday (Nov. 19), the Michigan-founded band announced plans to embark on an anniversary tour to celebrate the decade since they unleashed their debut album, To Plant a Seed. Dubbed the To Plant a Seed 10-Year Anniversary tour, the group will perform at venues across the continent throughout March and April 2020.

The newly announced gigs will include stops in St. Louis, Grand Rapids, Toronto, Montreal, Brooklyn, Baltimore, Atlanta, Dallas, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and more. The over-a-month-long trek will kick off on March 5 at the House of Blues in Chicago and conclude on April 11 at Crofoot in Pontiac, Michigan.

In a post about the forthcoming outing, guitarist Joshua Moore announced that this will be the last time that any track from To Plant a Seed would grace their setlists.

“Over the course of 10 years, we’ve released four other albums, and we’re even working on a fifth! With that being said, we are going to be throwing these songs into the vault of old WCAR — and retiring them from all future setlists after this tour.”

The Devil Wears Prada, Gideon, and Dayseeker will join We Came as Romans during the springtime outing.

Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday, Nov. 22, at 10 a.m. local time.

Things have been relatively quiet for We Came as Roman since the untimely death of co-vocalist Kyle Pavone in 2018. Earlier this fall, the group unleashed two new songs, “Carry the Weight” and “From the First Note.”

Their last studio effort was 2017’s Cold Like War.

Harry Styles schedules massive ‘Love on Tour’ outing for 2020

Harry Styles is taking the love (and his super wide-legged pants collection) on the road next year.

On Wednesday (Nov. 13), the British singer announced plans to embark on a massive tour throughout 2020. Dubbed “Love on Tour,” the outing will find the musician performing across several continents throughout the spring, summer, and fall months.

The European leg of the tour begins on April 15 at the Arena Birmingham in Birmingham and concludes two months later on June 3 at the Megasport in Russia. The North American leg will kick off a few weeks later on June 26 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia and wraps up on Oct. 3 at the Foro Sol on Mexico City.

King Princess will play the role of supporting act during the European leg of the tour while Jenny Lewis will join Styles for the United States and Canadian stops, and Koffee will open the show during the three Mexican gigs.

Since the vast majority of his last solo tour sold out, it’s only natural that this tour will do the same. Preregistration for the U.S. and Canadian stops of “Love on Tour” are now available through Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program. Details on how to enroll in the verified fan program can be found on Styles’ website.

General ticket sales begin next Friday, Nov. 22.

The newly announced 2020 tour dates will be in support of Styles’ forthcoming sophomore album. Titled Fine Line, the new studio effort is due out Dec. 13. Last month, Styles released the lead single from the upcoming LP, “Lights Up.”

To coincide with the album’s release, the singer recently announced a special release show at the Forum on the same day the record is due out.

This Saturday, Styles will take over “Saturday Night Live” as both its host and musical guest.

HARRY STYLES NORTH AMERICAN ‘LOVE ON TOUR’ 2020 DATES:

June 26 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
June 28 – Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena
July 7 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
July 8 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
July 10 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden
July 12 – Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
July 14 – Pittsburgh, PA @ PPG Paints Arena
July 15 – Cleveland, OH @ Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
July 17 – Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena
July 19 – St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
July 21 – St. Louis, MO @ Enterprise Center
July 24 – Chicago, IL @ United Center
July 28 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
July 29 – Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena
Aug. 1 – Raleigh, NC @ PNC Arena
Aug. 3 – Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena
Aug. 6 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ BB&T Center
Aug. 10 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
Aug. 11 – San Antonio, TX @ AT&T Center
Aug. 13 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
Aug. 15 – Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
Aug. 18 – Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome
Aug. 21 – Portland, OR @ Moda Center
Aug. 25 – San Jose, CA @ SAP Center
Aug. 27 – Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center
Aug. 29 – Glendale, AZ @ Gila River Arena
Aug. 30 – San Diego, CA @ Pechanga Arena
Sept. 2 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum
Sept. 3 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum
Sept. 5 – Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Grand Garden Arena

Lana Del Rey covers Death Cab for Cutie on recent tour stop

Lana Del Rey’s Norman Fucking Rockwell tour is bringing in all the guests!

On Monday night (Nov. 4), the songstress took over the Bellco Theater in Denver as part of her current Norman Fucking Rockwell fall tour.

Like with past gigs, Del Rey brought up two special guests to perform alongside her.

Australian musician Julia Jacklin joined the “Summertime Sadness” crooner on stage for a collaborative version of the former’s song “Don’t Know How To Keep Loving You.” The song can be found on Jacklin’s recently released album, Crushing.

The second guest of the evening was Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard. Gibbard’s appearance wasn’t a total shock since he actually played a solo set before Del Rey took over the stage. Instead of taking a page out of Del Rey’s discography, the duo settled on one of Death Cab’s biggest hits; “I Will Follow You into the Dark.”

Check out the fan-shot video here.

Guest appearances are quickly becoming the norm on this outing. To date, Del Rey has been joined by Chris Issak at the Hollywood Bowl, Joan Baez at the Greek Theatre, and Sean Lennon.

The Norman Fucking Rockwell tour is in support of Del Rey’s recently released album by the same name. The excursion will conclude on Nov. 19 at the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville.

Soon after wrapping up the cross-country trip, the self-proclaimed “Venice Bitch” will appear on Kacey Musgraves’ Christmas Special on Amazon Prime. The special airs on Nov. 29.

Killswitch Engage and August Burns Red to embark on 2020 tour

Get ready to add another rocking tour to your “Must Go To” concert list.

On Tuesday (Nov. 5), Killswitch Engage announced plans to embark on a spring 2020 outing. Dubbed the “Atonement Tour,” the excursion will find the iconic metal group performing at venues across the continent throughout March and April 2020.

The month-long trek will include stops in Grand Rapids, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Dallas, Orlando, San Antonio, Los Angeles, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, and more. The tour kicks off on March 10 at the Agora Theatre in Cleveland and concludes a few weeks later on April 12 at the House of Blues in Boston.

August Burns Red will join Killswitch Engage for the full trip. Additional supporting acts will reportedly be announced at a later date.

Tickets for the upcoming tour go on sale this Friday, Nov. 8, at 10 a.m. local time.

The forthcoming tour will be in support of Killswitch Engage’s recently released record, Atonement.

Released in August of this year, the album was warmly received by critics and fans alike. The record, their eighth studio effort, went on to peak at the number 13 spot on the Billboard 200 chart.

During the making of the album, the group had to cancel a slew of tour dates as vocalist Jesse Leach underwent surgery on his vocal cords.

As for August Burns Red, things have been quick over at their camp. Their last studio effort was 2017’s Phantom Anthem, which earned them a Grammy nomination for the track “Invisible Enemy.”

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE ATONEMENT TOUR 2020:

March 10 — Cleveland, OH — Agora Theatre
March 11 — Grand Rapids, MI — 20 Monroe Live
March 13 — Philadelphia, PA — Franklin Music Hall
March 14 — Silver Spring, MD — Fillmore
March 15 — Raleigh, NC — Ritz
March 17 — Atlanta, GA — Tabernacle
March 18 — Orlando, FL — House of Blues
March 20 — Dallas, TX — Southside Ballroom
March 21 — Houston, TX — House of Blues
March 21 — San Antonio, TX — Vibes
March 23 — Tempe, AZ — The Marquee
March 24 — Los Angeles — The Wiltern
March 25 — Riverside, CA — Municipal Auditorium
March 26 — San Francisco, CA — Warfield
March 28 — Seattle, WA — Showbox Sodo
March 29 — Boise, ID — Revolution
March 31 — Salt Lake City, UT — Complex
April 1 — Denver, CO — Fillmore
April 3 — Minneapolis, MN — Fillmore
April 4 — Chicago, IL — Radius
April 5 — Detroit, MI — Fillmore
April 6 — Toronto, ON — Rebel
April 8 — Montreal, QC — MTelus
April 10 — Portland, ME — State Theatre
April 11 — New York, NY — Terminal 5
April 12 — Boston, MA — House of Blues

Sleeping with Sirens announce early 2020 tour plans

With a handful of weeks left before we say good-bye to 2019, Sleeping with Sirens is already letting fans know that it’s going to be a year full of touring.

On Monday (Nov. 4), the Florida-founded band announced plans to embark on an early 2020 tour. Dubbed “The Medicine Tour,” the trek will find the band performing at venues across North America throughout January and February.

The month-long trek will include stops in Chicago, Salt Lake City, Denver, Las Vegas, Dallas, San Francisco, Baltimore, Toronto, and more. “The Medicine Tour” kicks off on Jan. 8 in Lincoln, Nebraska, and concludes a few weeks later on Feb. 8 in Grand Rapids.

Set It Off, Belmont, Point North will join Sleeping with Sirens throughout the excursion.

Tickets and VIP passes go on sale this Friday, Nov. 8, at 10 a.m. local time.

The upcoming tour is in support of Sleeping with Sirens’ recently released record How Does It Feel to Be Lost. The act’s fifth studio album is the follow-up to 2017’s Gossip.

The album has produced several singles, including “Agree to Disagree,” “Break Me Down,” and lead single “Leave it All Behind.”

How Does It Feel to Be Lost also marks Sleeping with Sirens’ first studio effort to be released through their new home of Sumerian Records.

The full list of upcoming tour dates can be found below.

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The Revivalists announce ‘Into the Stars 2020’ tour, launch the Rev Causes Fund

The Revivalists are taking the bayou back on the road in the new year.

On Tuesday (Oct. 22), the New Orleans-founded band announced plans to embark on an early 2020 tour. Dubbed the Into the Stars 2020 headlining tour (yeah, we know…it’s a long one), the trek will find the group performing at venues across North America.

The 13-stop outing includes gigs in Toronto, Harrisburg, Detroit, Columbus, St. Louis, Chicago, Norfolk, and more. The excursion kicks off on Feb. 28 at The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut, and wraps up less than a month later on March 21 at Radio City Music Hall in New York.

Pre-sale tickets are currently available for purchase while general ticket sales begin this Friday, Oct. 25.

To coincide with the 2020 tour reveal, the band has also announced the launch of their Rev Causes Fund. One dollar from every Into the Stars tour ticket sold will be donated to their newly-established foundation.

According to the act, Rev Causes Fund is “an umbrella fund that will make donations to causes that are close to the band’s heart.”

“Rev Causes is a fund that supports the essential work of organizations dedicated to reviving and investing in our communities, our health, and our environment,” the band says in a press statement about their new foundation.

“By donating a portion of our ticket sales, and through fan donations and a variety of fundraising efforts, we aim to assist these exciting organizations in building a better future. Rev Causes is kind of like our music: It comes from a lot of different places and covers a lot of ground, but ultimately, it’s all about what we believe in. We’re proud to be supporting these causes and grateful for this opportunity to spread the love.”

The first set of causes that will benefit from the Rev Causes Fund are the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, Everytown For Gun Safety Support Fund, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Songs for Kids Foundation, and Upturn Arts.

Even if you’re not going to any of the Revivalists’ upcoming shows, you can still show your support by donating directly to any of the causes.

Before closing the book on their exhaustive 2019, the group still has a handful of shows on their itinerary.

Those gigs include Florida Man Music Festival in Orlando (Nov. 22), Riptide Music Festival in Fort Lauderdale (Nov. 23), 97X Next Big Thing in Tampa (Nov. 24), and their annual hometown shows at the end of December (RevHeads Ball on Dec. 30 at Tipitina’s and their annual New Year’s Eve show on Dec. 31 at the Fillmore).

The Revivalists’ upcoming tour schedule can be found below. The forthcoming tour dates are in support of the group’s recently released record, 2018’s Take Good Care.

THE REVIVALIST INTO THE STARS 2020 TOUR DATES:

Feb. 28 – Mashantucket, CT – The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino
Feb. 29 – Washington, DC – The Anthem
March 3 – Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre
March 4 – Harrisburg, PA – Harrisburg University
March 6 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore
March 7 – Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall
March 10 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
March 11 – Madison, WI – The Sylvee
March 13 – Minneapolis, MN – The Fillmore
March 14 – Chicago, IL – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
March 18 – Norfolk, VA – The NorVa
March 20 – Bensalem, PA – XCite Center at Parx Casino
March 21 – New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall

Circa Survive plot ‘Blue Sky Noise’ ten-year anniversary tour for 2020

It’s time to put Blue Sky Noise back on repeat because Circa Survive is hitting the road to celebrate its decade anniversary.

On Monday (Oct. 21), the Pennsylvania-founded band announced plans to embark on a ten-year anniversary tour during the spring and early summer months. Dubbed the Blue Sky Noise 10 Year Anniversary tour, the excursion will find the group performing at venues across the continent during March, April, May, and June 2020.

The lengthy excursion includes stops in Atlanta, Orlando, Nashville, Cleveland, Toronto, Montreal, Las Vegas, Dallas, St. Louis, and more. The outing kicks off on March 20 at Rams Head Live in Baltimore and concludes almost three months later on June 7 at Union Transfer in Philadelphia.

“We’re so excited to announce the Blue Sky Noise 10 Year Anniversary Tour! We can’t wait to celebrate this album with you next year,” the group tweeted.

VIP bundles are currently available for purchase here. Most VIP bundles include a general admission ticket to the show, a patch, a signed setlist, a three-song acoustic performance, a Q&A session with the band, and an exclusive first look at their Blue Sky Noise documentary.

General ticket sales begin this Friday, Oct. 25, at 10 a.m. local time.

Blue Sky Noise was Circa Survive’s Atlantic Records debut. It’s also the group’s highest-charting album to date, reaching the number 11 spot on the Billboard 200 chart.