Didn't score a ticket to this year's Coachella before advance passes sold out in all of 15 minutes? Don't worry -- there will be more opportunities to see the Postal Service in 2013. The band has announced a slew of headlining tour dates and additional festival appearances, bringing the total number of confirmed gigs to 12. Check out their updated itinerary below.
By the look of it, 2013 is going to be a big year for indie and alternative rock concerts. Numerous artists are already out on the road, and many more are getting their tour vans or buses ready to begin trekking across North America and beyond. To get you ready for the biggest and best tours of 2013, we've compiled a list of the 2013 Must-See Rock Concerts. Check it out by clicking on the big orange button below.
Following the release of their seventh album, 'Specter at the Feast,' which drops March 19, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club will pack their leathers and distortion pedals and embark on their first U.S. tour since 2010. The trek kicks off April 22 in the band's hometown of San Francisco, winds its way across the country and wraps June 1 in Los Angeles.
Jeff Mangum has extended his solo acoustic tour of North America into April, with the trek now scheduled to head out West through an April 4 gig in Boise, Idaho. The Neutral Milk Hotel frontman announced the tour last November and has been on the road since kicking things off on Jan. 9 in Buffalo, N.Y.
British art-pop songstress Natasha Khan, aka Bat for Lashes, has announced a string of tour dates, including four in the United States. The singer begins the trek Jan. 26 in Singapore before heading to New Zealand and Australia for eight shows. Her subsequent U.S. gigs are all on the West Coast, but as Pitchfork points out, she seems to have left room in her schedule for Coachella, so it's possible she'll announce more shows soon.
Nick Cave will launch his new album in style: four shows in four countries.
Bowie might not be totally done performing live, his producer now says.