Our recap of the stories we featured during the past seven days includes fresh live commitments for Kings Of Leon and Nick Cave.
Kings Of Leon have announced a tour of the United States in support of their recent When You See Yourself LP, backed by Cold War Kids.
Coming before previously detailed gigs in Australasia and the UK in 2022, the US run will open on August 3rd in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Texas is open, and evidently, tentatively, keeping a lid on things.
Austin City Limits will be back at full capacity then over two weekends in October, and Billie Eilish, Stevie Nicks and Miley Cyrus are three of the main artists who’ll be on show.
Since launching in 2016, Spain’s Mad Cool Festival has garnered a reputation for consistently delivering one of Europe’s best festival line-ups.
Alas, due to the ongoing pandemic, the opportunity to do so again in 2021 will not be there.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have confirmed the dates for the European festivals they’ll be performing at as the spring and summer of 2022 progresses.
The shows start in Athens, Greece on June 15th, and include other events such as Metronome and Pohoda before the final one at Way Out West in Sweden on August 12th.
Foo Fighters, Post Malone, Tyler The Creator and Miley Cyrus have been revealed as the headliners for the return of Lollapalooza later this year.
“We are excited about the progress in Chicago as the city continues to reopen,” promoters have said.
Green Day are looking forward to finally being able to start their Hella Mega Tour on the new track Pollyanna.
The European part of the tour, which would’ve begun in May 2020 had world events not taken over, is not due to take place until the spring of 2022, but gigs in their homeland with Fall Out Boy and Weezer are far more imminent, starting on July 14th this year in Seattle.