Catch Sick New World, Snail Mail and more on the road

Catch Sick New World, Snail Mail and more on the road

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.

Sick New World Festival touches down in Las Vegas in May 2023 with an epic hard-rock lineup

After the recent success of the highly anticipated When We Were Young Festival in Las Vegas this past October, the city of sin is now set to host yet another groundbreaking and stacked event this May with the Sick New World Festival. The hard-rock and nü-metal-tinged festival boasts an impressive roster of headliners, including Korn, System Of A Down, Incubus and DeftonesOther artist highlights include Flyleaf (with the return of vocalist Lacey Sturm), Spiritbox, Evanescence and Turnstile, among many others. Grab your wallet chain, JNCO jeans and Adidas tracksuits because Sick New World is approaching fast and is here to help you to live your wildest nü-metal dreams. Tickets go on sale Nov. 11 hereAlessandro DeCaro

Snail Mail is throwing a hometown Valentine’s Day Festival in Baltimore 

In celebration of her critically acclaimed sophomore album Valentine, Snail Mail is throwing a five-night Valentine’s Day festival in her hometown of Baltimore, Maryland. From February 10-14, Snail Mail will take up residency in the beloved Ottobar venue with a hand-picked guest each night. Fans will also be able to purchase a limited-edition double 10-inch heart-shaped vinyl of Valentine, designed specifically for the festival. Tickets go on sale Nov. 11 here. Alessandro DeCaro

Lolo Zouaï is taking PLAYGIRL out on the road

Lolo Zouaï is fresh off the release of her sophomore album, PLAYGIRL, an LP that bursts with a flirtatious spirit and a cyber-future vision. Now, the pop star is taking her new songs out on the road. This March, she’ll embark on a world tour, where she’ll make stops in London, Berlin, Amsterdam and more. The U.S. leg begins April 11 in San Francisco, with Zouaï visiting Denver, Boston and Nashville, among other cities, before concluding the run May 13 in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale Nov. 11 here. —Neville Hardman


Sega Bodega will play three special headline shows this November and December

Late last year, Sega Bodega dropped Romeo, which both invited collaboration (Arca, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Donna Missal) and showed off his love for experimental, forward-facing dance music. Now, the London producer is wrapping up the album run with three special headline shows in London, Berlin and New York City. Additionally, Bodega recently worked on Caroline Polachek’s romantic new single “Sunset,” which he co-produced and co-wrote. Grab tickets for “Romeo: The Final Act” here. —Neville Hardman