Tour Guide: Beach Fossils, the Lemonheads and more
This is Tour Guide, a weekly recap of the concert news music fans don’t want to miss. Basically, run — don’t walk — to get these tickets.
Beach Fossils continue their triumphant return to the stage with select dates this fall
Beloved dream-pop quartet Beach Fossils are gearing up for a special run of shows this fall. The group will kick things off with a headlining slot at this year’s NOTHING FEST IV Oct. 15 in Garden Grove, California alongside Together Pangea, Zzzahara, SAIAH and more. Following the festival, the band will play three nights at The Chapel in San Francisco before traveling to Isla, Verde Puerto Rico for an appearance at Vivo Beach Club.
The Lemonheads are celebrating It’s A Shame About Ray’s dirty 30
Can you believe it? It’s A Shame About Ray, the acclaimed release from cult ‘90s alt-rock group the Lemonheads, is 30 years old. If you want to bask in the glory of nostalgia, the Lemonheads are set to perform their beloved record in its entirety this November through December. Tickets go on sale Aug. 12.
Four Year Strong celebrate Enemy Of The World's 12th anniversary with stacked lineup
Easycore legends Four Year Strong are set to embark on a tour behind their classic album Enemy Of The World this fall. The tour kicks off Sept. 22 in Richmond, Virginia. Along the way, the band will perform at all three dates of the highly anticipated When We Were Young Festival, with an additional appearance at the resurrected Furnace Fest in Birmingham, Alabama. Joining them on tour are Knuckle Puck, Microwave and Youth Fountain. Get all the information here.
Rival Schools are proving that good things come to those who wait
Next year Rival Schools will be performing live for the first time in several years on select dates. Start preparing by listening to United By Fate, the stellar debut album by the short-lived but influential post-hardcore supergroup fronted by Walter Schreifels (Quicksand, Youth Of Today). Grab tickets here.