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Bikini Kill Announce Rescheduled 2023 Tour Dates

13th September 2022 | Category: Concerts

Bikini Kill have announced a run of rescheduled North American tour dates for Spring 2023.

The tour, which begins on March 30 in Nashville, makes up for performances that were canceled in June and July because one of the band members tested positive for COVID.

It will include stops in Atlanta, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Philadelphia, and more before wrapping in Knoxville, Tennessee on April 23rd. 

The tour will feature the iconic line-up Kathleen Hanna (vocals), Kathi Wilcox (bass guitar), and Tobi Vail (drums) playing alongside guitarist Sara Landeau. 

Bikini Kill initially reunited in 2019 for a series of concerts in the US and UK. A more extensive outing was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the group returned to the road earlier this year.

Prior to Spring 2023, Bikini Kill have a couple of remaining dates in the Pacific Northwest. 

Early in 2020, in an interview with Pitchfork, Hanna stated that the band had no plans at the time to create new music.

“We don’t have plans to. I wouldn’t know how to write in that way anymore. Could I see doing some cover songs? Sure. Could I see that leading somewhere? Sure. I don’t know. I just saw an [old] interview with me the other day that was like, “It’ll be a cold day in hell before I ever play with Bikini Kill again.” Watch me eat those words. I’m just saying, nothing’s off the table. I might say right now that I cannot see Bikini Kill writing new material, but who the fuck knows?”

Take a look at available Bikini Kill ticket info here.

Bikini Kill 2022/2023 North American Tour Dates

Show date and time: September 13, 2022 – April 23, 2023

Show location: Spanish Ballroom, Tacoma, WA – The Mill & Mine, Knoxville, TN

Adam Sandler Announces Standup Tour

12th September 2022 | Category: Theater

Adam Sandler is heading back out on the road for a Fall 2022 standup tour. The 15-city US trek will feature a currently unannounced surprise guest.

The arena tour launches on October 21st in Allentown, Pennsylvania ahead of stops in Boston, Atlantic City, Tampa, and more. Though he’s never quite reporting “LIVE FROM NEW YORK” directly, the former SNL star will play four shows in and around the state, including Turning Stone Resort Casino Event Center in Verona, New York on October 25th, Long Island’s Belmont Park on October 27th, Atlantic City, New Jersey on October 28th, and Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut on October 29th.

A week later, Sandler continues the tour with four nights in Florida between Tampa, Estero, Hollywood, and St. Augustine. He visits Greenville, South Carolina on November 11th, Duluth, Georgia on November 12th, and Raleigh, North Carolina on November 13th. The comedy tour is then scheduled to conclude in Savannah, Georgia on November 14th. 

Sandler last took his signature blend of comedy and music on the road in 2019 following his Netflix special 100% Fresh, which hit the streamer one year earlier. Joined by Rob Schneider on select dates, the actor and comedian expanded the tour into early 2020 but made it only two dates in before scrapping the remaining shows due to pandemic restrictions.

Since then, he has given the performance of his career in Uncut Gems, starred as a basketball scout in the sports drama Hustle, and played a more comedic role in Hubie Halloween.

You can get the tickets for Adam Sandler tour here.

Adam Sandler 2022 Tour Dates

Show date and time: October 21, 2022 – November 14, 2022

Show location: PPL Center, Allentown, PA – Enmarket Arena Savannah, Savannah, GA

Machine Head Announce Fall 2022 US Tour

8th September 2022 | Category: Concerts

Machine Head have announced a Fall 2022 US tour in support of their recently released new album, ØF KINGDØM AND CRØWN.

The outing kicks off November 3rd in Fresno, California and runs through December 23rd in Sacramento, California.

Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn had this to say in a press statement:

“Were fucking STOKED to get out and demolish venues in some of our favorite small towns in America. We have had an awesome and productive pandemic break writing our new album ØF KINGDØM AND CRØWN, but now it’s time for Machine Head to go melt some faces!! The reaction to our ‘Electric Happy Hour (Live)’ shows in Scotland so far are nothing short of incredible, so for this first leg of this U.S. run we will continue and will see us performing solo for 2 ½ to 3 hours a night. We LOVED performing our online shows which we dubbed Electric Happy Hour for you Head Cases over the pandemic, the loose, beer-drenched and unscripted setlist, the deep-cuts, the random cover songs, it gave us the freedom to do whatever the fuck we wanted for as long as we wanted every night was liberating. It’s not what everyone else is doing, and frankly, there are not a lot of bands who could even pull it off, but Machine Head CAN pull it off, and we are excited as fuck to do it again. We are carving our own path here, playing by our own rules, and as an artist, it’s the best feeling in the world, so come down and rage!!”

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Machine Head’s 2022 US Tour Dates

Show date and time: November 3, 2022 – December 23, 2022

Show location: Fulton 55, Fresno, CA – Ace Of Spades, Sacramento, CA

Johnny Depp to Join Most of Jeff Beck’s North American Tour Dates

5th September 2022 | Category: Concerts

Johnny Depp is set to join Jeff Beck for the majority of the guitarist’s upcoming North American tour.

The news follows the release of the pair’s joint album, 18, which arrived on July 15th.

The dates were announced earlier this month, but Depp’s involvement wasn’t revealed at the time. The actor-musician will be joining Beck on the road beginning October 4th in Washington, D.C., and will remain on the outing through its closing date of November 12th in Reno, Nevada.

Prior to Depp joining the tour, Beck will play a handful of late September shows supporting ZZ Top, as well as one headlining gig in Atlanta on October 1st.

Depp and Beck have teamed up on various behind-the-scenes projects for several years. Back in 2020, the pair released a cover of John Lennon‘s ‘Isolation’, marking their first official release together.

Following reports they were working on new music together, Depp – who, at the time, was waiting for the verdict in his defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard – appeared on stage alongside Beck at a gig in Sheffield on May 29, 2021, performing covers of Lennon, Marvin Gaye and Jimi Hendrix. The duo then appeared together for the second time at London’s Royal Albert Hall two nights later.

On one of the Depp originals, “Sad Motherfuckin’ Parade,” the actor was accused of lifting lyrics from an old poem titled “Hobo Ben.” The record label responded by stating, “If appropriate, additional copyright credits will be added to all forms of the album.”

Find more information on Jeff Beck’s tour dates, including his shows with Johnny Depp, here.

Jeff Beck’s 2022 North American Tour Dates

Show date and time: October 1, 2022 – November 12, 2022

Show location: Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre, Atlanta, GA – Grand Theatre, Reno, NV

Harry Styles Expands “Love On Tour” with New Stadium Shows Into 2023

27th August 2022 | Category: Concerts

Harry Styles is giving more opportunities to his fans to come to his “Love On Tour” shows.

The pop star has expanded his tour into 2023 with the announcement of 19 stadium shows across the UK and Europe featuring Wet Leg in support. Additionally, he’s added new shows in Austin, Chicago, and São Paulo.

After Styles’ 11 remaining dates at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, the star will be heading down to Austin’s Moody Center, which just received a sixth date slated for Oct. 3. Chicago will also be getting a sixth date tacked on to the 28-year-old’s residency at the city’s United Center, and is scheduled for Oct. 15. Gabriels will be supporting Styles during his Austin dates (Sept. 25-26, Sept. 28-29 and Oct. 2-3), while Jessie Ware will be the opening act for Chicago (Oct. 6, 8-9, Oct 13-15).

For South America, Styles’ Nov. 29 date in Lima, Peru has received a venue upgrade to Estadio Nacional, which has a capacity of 43,086 attendees. São Paulo, Brazil, also gets a second date, with the singer tacking on a Dec. 13 date at the Allianz Parque. Styles will be playing the venue on Dec. 6. Koffee will support on all South American dates.

All together, Styles’ “Love On Tour” spans 83 dates visiting 22 countries across the globe.

Styles released his most recent album, Harry’s House, in May. His single “As It Was” off the album reached No.1 on Billboard Hot 100 chart and stayed there for 10 weeks.

More info on Harry Styles’ “Love On Tour” tickets can be found here.

Harry Styles 2022-2023 Tour Dates

Show date and time: August 27, 2022 – July 22, 2023

Show location: Madison Square Garden, New York, NY – RCF Arena, Reggio Emilia, IT