In the past two days, Bad Bunny announced a second concert at Yankee Stadium, and the Dave Matthews Band, the Black Keys and Josh Groban are among the musicians fleeing New York City this summer to play suburban amphitheatres.
Apparently, due to overwhelming demand resulting in the sale of six stadium shows, Bad Bunny has added second shows in several cities during its next Bad Bunny: The Hottest Tour in the World. That includes New York, where Bad Bunny will now headline two concerts at Yankee Stadium on August 27 and 28. Diplo will be the supporting act.
The Dave Matthews Band will be on tour this summer from May 11 to September 20. Locally, the band will perform at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater on June 28 and at the PNC Bank Arts Center on June 29. Both of these shows are part of the Cadillac Tri-State Concert Series.
The Black Keys will embark on the abandonment boogie tour, a 32-date North American tour, starting July 9. The local shows will take place at Northwell Health at the Jones Beach Theater on July 22 and at the PNC Bank Arts Center on July 23. Band of Horses and Ceramic Animal will be supporting on local dates.
Josh Groban announced his Harmony summer 2022 tower. This tour will be Josh’s first time performing songs for a live audience from his latest album, Harmonyreleased in November 2020. The concerts will be held primarily at outdoor venues and will begin on June 17 and visit over 25 North American cities by the end of the tour on August 2. Locally, Groban will perform at Northwell Health at the Jones Beach Theater in July. 8 and PNC Bank Arts Center on July 9. “After too long feeling ripped from my favorite part of my musical life, live performances, it is with immense excitement and gratitude that I announce that I will be back doing what I do best and love the most with the Harmony Toursays Groban. “This will be more than a concert for me…it will be a celebration of connecting with my friends, fans and colleagues who have been my anchors over the past two years and throughout my career. I hope you will join us for these beautiful nights of music.
Tori Amos announced it Ocean to Ocean The 2022 tour, which will take her across the United States from April 27 to June 16. Locally, she will headline at the Kings Theater on May 11 and 12. The live show will include songs from his latest album, Ocean to Ocean, as well as fan favorites throughout their careers. Amos’ NPR Tiny Desk Concert, released today, previews many of his new songs performed live.
The Devon Allman Project and the Samantha Fish Band will co-lead a tour that will travel the country from March 3-26, including a date at the Palladium Times Square on March 12. On select dates, The Devon Allman Project will feature guests from the Allman Family Revival touring band, including Eric Gales, Luther Dickinson, Donavon Frankenreiter and Larry McCray. “I can’t wait to go out and share music with my friends. I’ve known Samantha forever and she’s phenomenally talented, her voice and guitar playing is superb and her new band is world class…we’re going to have a blast there,” Allman said.
Yacht Rock Revue has announced a tour on February 1 that will take the band to the Rooftop at Pier 17 on July 7 and the Stone Pony Summer Stage on July 8. a lot of accumulated energy,” singer Nicholas Niespodziani said. “We have new songs, new old songs, new dance moves…plus everything we do that you already know and love.”
the Notes from an artist podcast recruited local musicians to perform the Rolling Stones’ 1968 album Banquet of beggars at the Loft at City Winery on February 9. Chris Berardo, Mark Bosch (Ian Hunter, Garland Jeffreys, Mott the Hoople ’74), John Colonna (the John Colonna Quartet), Emily Duff, Lizzie Edwards (Lizzie & the Makers), the Joey Kelly All-Stars, Chris Parker ( Miles Davis, Bob Dylan), Puma Perl, Troy Weekes and Gass Wild (Pretenders, the Love Pirates) will be among the artists. The concert will raise awareness and benefit the “Play It Back” music program of Teen Cancer America, a charity founded by The Who’s Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend.
Other shows announced in recent days include the following.
- February 5, Di Ivoryes at Brooklyn Made
- February 19, Aqueous at Brooklyn Made
- April 7 & 8, the Greyboy Allstars at the Brooklyn Bowl
- April 10, Converge, Caspian, Liturgy at Brooklyn Steel
- April 15, Alison Wonderland at Avant Gardner
- May 12, Koffee, Buju, Ayra Starr on the roof of Pier 17
- May 14, Ignite at the Monarch
- May 21, Ice-T, CL Smooth, Dres, Havoc, PMD, Sporty Thievz, DJ Kevie-Kev Blackwell at the Palladium Times Square
New postponements and cancellations
Although January was chaotic, with dozens of postponements and cancellations each week, the number of schedule changes has dropped significantly. A few bands and venues are announcing cancellations, but overall the concert schedule is stabilizing. Caution dictates that ticket holders check with the venue before heading to a show.
The Iridium has once again postponed its reopening for a month. The new reopening date is March 2, which begins four nights of performances by Mike Stern. This means all February concerts are cancelled, including Marshall Crenshaw, the Carl Palmer ELP Legacy, KCL: Wayne Krantz, Keith Carlock, Tim Lefebvre, the Loston Harris Trio, Nektar, the Victor Wooten Band and the Ed Palermo Big Band .
Additionally, the Cribs and Slang will not be performing at Music Hall in Williamsburg on February 19. Scary Pockets canceled their show at Irving Plaza on March 14.
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