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.
Dominic Fike to embark on 2022 North American Out Of Order tour
2022 was certainly a massive year for singer-songwriter and now TV star Dominic Fike, between starring on HBO’s Euphoria and performing at several notable festivals this past summer. As the year comes to a close, Fike will take his victory lap with the 24-date North American Out Of Order tour. The shows kick off on Nov. 6 in Seattle, Washington and will continue throughout major cities across the US and Canada before wrapping up in Tempe, Arizona Dec. 16. Get tickets here.
Death Cab for Cutie expand tour into 2023 with US and European dates
Death Cab for Cutie have recently released their 10th studio album Asphalt Meadows, and in celebration of this milestone, they are hitting the road harder than ever. Following their previously announced fall headlining tour this year, Death Cab are now expanding their tour dates significantly into 2023 with dates across the southern US during January and February, as well as several major EU/UK cities in March 2023. Slow Pulp will support the band for all of the EU/UK dates alongside rising indie-rock group Momma opening the US dates. Tickets go on sale this Friday here.
Counterparts are throwing a eulogy across North America this fall
Canadian progressive-hardcore juggernauts Counterparts will embark on the North American Eulogy tour this fall in celebration of their forthcoming release A Eulogy For Those Still Here due Oct. 7. Joining the band are screamo revivalists SeeYouSpaceCowboy and the emerging metallic-hardcore group Dying Wish. Fans can expect to see new material performed live for the first time as well as fan favorites from Counterpart’s extensive catalog – and of course, the borderline stand-up comedy stage banter from vocalist Brendan Murphy. Get tickets here.