The Black Keys (Photo by Jim Herrington)
The Black Keys have launched their Dropout Boogie Tour, a 32-date North American run produced by Live Nation coming to Merriweather Post Pavilion on Monday, July 25.
This is the band’s first string of shows since touring in support of their 2019 studio album Let’s Rock (Nonesuch), and they will be supported by Band of Horses and Ceramic Animal.
Warpaint (Photo by Mia Kirby)
Radiate Like This, the first album in six years from celebrated LA quartet Warpaint, is out now. The dreampop quartet are on tour to support the album with a show at Capital Turnaroud in DC on Friday, July 22.
SHARON VAN ETTEN, ANGEL OLSEN, AND JULIEN BAKER (Photo by Alysse Gafkjen)
One of the most exciting tours of the summer is the Wild Hearts Tour, featuring Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, and Julien Baker!
Catch the Wild Hearts Tour at Wolf Trap on Thursday, July 21.
Steve Earle (Photo courtesy the artist)
Singer-songwriter Steve Earle released a new album, Jerry Jeff, in May via New West Records. Now the famed troubadour and his band are on tour!
Catch Steve Earle & The Dukes at The Birchmere on Wednesday, July 20.
The Psychedelic Furs (Photo courtesy Sonic PR)
The Psychedelic Furs, English neo-psychedelic legends, released Made in Rain, their first album of original material in nearly 30 years in 2020. Since then, the band have hit the road as the touring force of nature they remain in support of their Maid in Rain 2022 Tour.
With special guests X, The Psychedelic Furs headline The Fillmore Silver Spring on Sunday, July 17!
Broke Royals (Photo courtesy Tell All Your Friends PR)
DC heartland rockers Broke Royals release Local Support, their third album, via Byrdland Records on Friday, July 15. The band recently debuted a music video for “All I Have to Show,” a single from Local Support.
Nicole Atkins (Photo courtesy Big Hassle)
New Jersey-bred singer-songwriter Nicole Atkins performs at The Hamilton Live in DC on Sunday, July 10, with support from Levi. On her latest album Italian Ice, Atkins conjures the romance and danger and wild magic of a place especially close to her heart: the Jersey Shore in all its scrappy beauty.
We Are Scientists (Photo by Danny Lee Allen)
Last fall, NYC indie vets We Are Scientists released their new LP HUFFY via Masterswan Records. After a delay due to the pandemic, We Are Scientists are now on tour in support of the album, and the band appears at DC9 for a show on Friday, July 8!
China Crisis (Photo courtesy Paradise Artists)
New wave pioneers China Crisis celebrate 40 years with a USA tour that includes a show at City Winery DC on Sunday, July 3!
Four years ago, the Englishmen performed at City Winery for their first DC performance in 30 years, and this return is sure to be a special concert.
Bruce Hornsby (second from left) and his band (Photo by Jeff Fasano)
Editor’s Note: Bruce Hornsby has canceled this show due to a case of COVID-19 in his band or crew.
Bruce Hornsby mines his vast catalog, performing beloved songs alongside tracks from his latest album, ‘Flicted. Catch him and his band the Noisemakers at The Filene Center at Wolf Trap on Thursday, June 30!