LA’s Gillian Medford released “his” new album Show Me How You Disappear under the name IAN SWEET in March, and has now announced a 2022 North American tour starting Feb. 1 in Phoenix and making stops in Denver, Omaha, Nashville, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles. The Montreal winner has announced several tour dates, including a show in “his” hometown of Montreal as part of M For Montreal 2021 and a performance in Toronto in November. Joji has announced NECTAR: The Finale Tour, which includes just a few dates on both coasts: New York’s Terminal 5 on November 12 and 13, San Franciscos The Warfield on November 20 and 21, and Los Angeles The Novo on December 9 and 10. In addition to their upcoming fall tour, Phish have announced their return to Madison Square Garden with a four-night New Year’s Eve concert. They’ve already hinted at new shows and have now announced a series of special fall dates at indoor venues across the U.S. Ada Lea released their new album with one hand on the wheel and the other sewing in the garden, and will support it with two concerts in the U.S. in December. Boston death metal band Innumerable Forms will perform Feb. 19 at Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus, which promoter says will be their first performance at that venue since 2017. Baroness are playing a festival in October and have several shows in Europe and the U.K. in 2022, including several shows with Mastodon. Check out their current tour dates . ¬†You can find other dates in the Tour Dates category. They also just announced UK concert dates, all of which are . Other dates have yet to be announced, stay tuned.