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Catch Turnover, Turnstile and more on tour

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.

Turnover celebrate new album release with headlining tour

Indie-rock mainstays Turnover are set to have a busy fall. Not only will they be dropping their highly anticipated fifth studio album, Myself in the Way, Nov. 4, but they’ll also embark on a headlining tour to promote the new release. This week, Turnover dropped new single “Ain’t Love Heavy” (feat. Bre Morell), and we couldn’t be more excited for their continued synth-heavy direction. Fans can expect to see the new material performed live for the first time as well as select songs from their beloved discography. Get tickets here

Turnstile announce special LA date for upcoming tour 

The Turnstile Love Connection tour was announced nearly two weeks ago, and while it appeared to be hitting all of the major markets across the U.S., Los Angeles was excluded. At last, to the relief of Turnstile’s most dedicated LA fans, the band have announced a special date at The Shrine Nov. 2. Snail Mail and JPEGMAFIA will support, ensuring an eclectic night of music. Turnstile have proven to be hardcore’s most successful crossover act in recent history, with many of their tour dates already selling out, so be sure to snag your tickets here.

Slam Dunk Festival announces first wave of acts for 2023 

For our friends in the U.K., Slam Dunk Festival is going to be extra special in 2023. While the festival has only shared the first wave of acts, with many more to be announced, it’s already looking like an experience you can’t miss. Across two days and two regions in England, headliners will include legendary bands such as the Offspring, Enter Shikari and Bowling For Soup. The lineup also offers a host of newer artists including Maggie Lindemann, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Charlotte Sands and many more. Additionally, the festival will boast a series of highly anticipated reunion sets from scene staples such as the Academy Is… You can get tickets here when they go on sale Sept. 2. 

Trans-Siberian Orchestra have you covered this holiday season with an expansive tour

It wouldn’t be the holiday season without symphonic metal titans Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Thankfully, they’ll be ringing in the holiday cheer across 60 cities on their upcoming tour. The Ghosts of Christmas Eve – the Best of TSO & More tour kicks off Nov. 16 and is sure to include everything you love and expect from TSO, including lasers, holiday classics, string sections and world-class visuals. You’ll want to make sure to snag your tickets as soon as possible here.

Scowl will embark on a stacked headlining tour this fall 

The Bay Area’s most exciting new hardcore exports Scowl are set to kick off their own headlining tour this fall. New England hardcore act Restraining Order and rapper Ghoulavelli will support, with AnklebiterJivebomb and Strange Joy appearing on select dates. Scowl will also make a pit stop at Florida’s The Fest during the run. In addition to the tour announcement, the band have also shared a new music video for their track “Fuck Around,” which comes from their exceptional 2021 release How Flowers Growattachment-unnamed (1) copy 2