Tours Launching in March: Coldplay, Charli XCX, Tame Impala, John Mulaney

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As if the cold weather weren’t enough, another pandemic surge made winter one hell of a downer season. With spring on the horizon and an easing of COVID precautions, it’s finally time to once again look forward to returning to live music. Plenty of bands will launching full-fledged tours beginning in March 20222, and it’s not to late to grab yourself some last-minute or re-sale tickets.

Tame Impala’s short North American jaunt launches this month, as do runs by acts like Charli XCX, Bon Iver, Coldplay, Greta Van Fleet, Animal Collective, and Bright Eyes. Jawbreaker’s Dear You 25th anniversary celebration gets underway mid-month, while comedian John Mulaney picks up his “From Scratch” tour fresh off joining the Saturday Night Live Five Timers Club.

Other highlights include tours from Henry Rollins, Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, Mudhoney, Slipknot’s Knotfest Roadshow, and Circle Jerks’ reunion. Tickets for all these tours can be found on Ticketmaster, and you can find details and ticket links for the individual treks ahead.

Animal Collective: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

Back with their first new studio album in six years, Time Skiffs, Animal Collective are set to return to the road this month. Originally a 15-date trek taking up most of March, the itinerary was recently expanded with new shows in May and June. L’Rain will join AnCo for the March leg, while Philadelphia rockers Spirit of the Beehive will provide support the summer dates.

Bon Iver: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

Bon Iver have plenty to support on the road this spring, with the recently released 10th anniversary edition of Bon Iver, Bon Iver and continued love for their most recent LP, i,i. Launching March 30th, in Mesa, Arizona, the tour will feature mastermind Justin Vernon with the latest incarnation of his band: Sean Carey, Wye Oak’s Jenn Wasner, Mike Lewis, Matt McCaughan, and Andy Fitzpatrick. Support through April will come from Dijon, with Bonny Light Horseman joining the jaunt in June.

Bright Eyes: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

After their original plans for a reunion tour got squashed by… that thing that squashed everything over the last two years, Bright Eyes are back on the road for the first time in nearly a decade. Having released their comeback album, Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was, in 2020, the band finally performed live again last year. Now, they’re set for a 13-date tour running from March 23rd to April 10th with stops in St. Paul, Chicago, Nashville, Columbus, Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.

Charli XCX: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

2022 is gonna be another big year for pop virtuoso Charli XCX. Featuring guests like Christine & the Queens, Caroline Polachek, and Rina Sawayama, her upcoming album CRASH is almost a guaranteed banger. We’ll see how the new material translates to the stage when Charli embarks on a big North American tour beginning March 26th in Oakland. The itinerary includes LA, Denver, Dallas, New Orleans, New York, Saint Paul, and everywhere in between before wrapping in Chicago on April 29th.

Coldplay: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

Coldplay may be considering putting a stop to their music making, but that’s for the future. For now, Chris Martin and Co. are set to launch their “Music of the Spheres World Tour” later this month. Beginning with stadiums in South America, the tour won’t hit the States until later April. H.E.R. will be along with the band for most of the shows, including the March run throughout Mexico.

Greta Van Fleet: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

Greta Van Fleet’s “Dreams in Gold Tour” will be a heavy presence on the road in 2022, and things start this very month. The rockers’ first show of the year is set for March 10th in Kalamazoo, Michigan, launching a North American leg that stretches into April. After a trip around the world, they’ll be back to the States for a 42-date summer and fall leg.

Henry Rollins: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

The new one man show has begun for Henry Rollins, who will be hitting a staggering 79 tour stops over the course of 2022. In recent years, the punk legend and former Black Flag frontman has turned his energies to spoken word, acting, and storytelling, a trend that will continue with the “Good to See You” tour covering “the events of his life in the brief pre-COVID period since the last tour and when things got even stranger over the last several months.”

Jawbreaker: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

The expanded tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of Jawbreaker’s final album, Dear You, now includes stops in Minneapolis, Detroit, Philadelphia, Boston, Nashville, and more. Plus, they’ll be bringing along fellow rockers The Lemonheads for additional support. Those new names join previously announced openers Built to Spill, Descendents, Best Coast, Jawbox, Smoking Popes, and The Linda Lindas. Don’t miss the stacked lineup.

Mudhoney: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

Mudhoney’s run of spring 2022 US tour dates will feature Meat Puppets joining them for the final 10 shows. They’ll be starting off this month with shows in their home city of Seattle before kicking off the trek in full in Portland. The act has continued to release new music, and this tour provides the perfect opportunity for both longtime fans and newer listeners to hear it live.

John Mulaney: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

Following his entry into the Five Timers Club on SNL, John Mulaney is continuing his “From Scratch” tour in March. This extended leg kicks off this month in Pennsylvania and features 59 more shows from now through September. After a dramatic 2021, the comedian is working through the past few years on his own terms throughout the set.

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

Marking the first time the two have toured officially as a duo, this trek will be in support of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’ debut joint album, Carnage. Ellis officially joined the Bad Seeds in 1993, first as a part-time string player and then a full-time band member, and his role has continued to grow since, leading to this joint outing. The tour, which already included a number of two-night stops, recently added more dates, including shows in Los Angeles, Vancouver, and Washington, DC.

Slipknot’s North American Knotfest Roadshow: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

Slipknot is officially hitting the road for their Knotfest Roadshow, where they’ll be supported throughout by a rotation of In This Moment, Jinjer, Cypress Hill, and Ho99o9. Things kick off in Fargo, North Dakota, and run through an April show in Vancouver, British Columbia before a second leg launches in May with stops in Brooklyn, Providence, Montreal, and Las Vegas.

Tame Impala: Get Tickets via Ticketmaster

Tame Impala are kicking off their North American tour this month, following appearances at the Innings Festival in Tempe, Arizona and the Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival in Okeechobee, Florida. Coming in support of their 2020 album The Slow Rush and the recently released deluxe box set, the trek includes stops at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Barclays Center in Brooklyn, TD Garden in Boston, Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, and more.

Tours Launching in March: Coldplay, Charli XCX, Tame Impala, John Mulaney
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