Additions: Queens Of The Stone Age, St. Vincent

Troy Van Leeuwen of Queens Of The Stone Age
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– Troy Van Leeuwen of Queens Of The Stone Age
Arizona State Fair Grandstand, Phoenix, Ariz.

Queens Of The Stone Age just wrapped up the first leg of its North American tour last month and now the group is lengthening its second leg in the Spring.

The additions start with two nights at Observatory North Park in San Diego, March 21-22. The new gigs include Wolf Alice and Royal Blood on select dates. They run for more than two months, wrapping May 25 at The Dome Arena in Rochester, N.Y.

Presales start Nov. 8. Tickets go on sale to the general public Nov. 10 at 10 a.m., except Austin, which goes on sale Nov. 17 at the same time.

Currently on tour in Europe, the band’s next performance is Nov. 6 in Zurich, Switzerland. The second North American leg will start Jan. 22 at

QOTSA has reported sell-out shows in the U.S. and Australia this year, the biggest of which was at Hordern Pavilion in Moore Park, Australia, which had 5,352 attendees.

The current tour is in promotion of the group’s latest album, Villains.

You can see more about Queens Of The Stone Age’s tour plans at the group’s Pollstar artist page.

St. Vincent
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– St. Vincent
Governors Ball Music Festival, Randall

St. Vincent begins a North American trek next week in Detroit and the rocker has announced she will be staying on the road a little bit longer.

The artist has added a run of “Fear The Future” dates mostly in the regional south in the U.S. in February and early March. The first night is Feb. 15 at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium in Asheville, N.C. She plays throughout that month and her last scheduled date is now at Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre / France-Merrick Perf. Arts Ctr., March 4.

Presales for the select new dates start Nov. 8-9 and the general onsales open Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. local time.

St. Vincent is playing on “The Ellen Degeneres Show” Nov. 10, playing “Los Ageless” off her latest album, Masseduction.

She just wrapped up a trek through Europe last month, the last show being at TivoliVredenburg in Utrecht, Netherlands Oct. 27.

The last run of reports we received from St. Vincent was in 2015, and already she was doing good business, filling theatres in North America, hitting festivals, and opening for Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters. Her best attended solo show that year was at Margot & Bill Winspear Opera House in Dallas May 17, which had 2,116 tickets moved, 95 percent of capacity.

Check out the latest on St. Vincent’s touring schedule on her Pollstar artist page.