Tour Date Submissions Information
There always seem to be a time when you are searching for date, venue, city or country information for a show. Let’s face it, some traders do not keep up with all the info all the time. This is where having access to complete tour dates can help you. Setlist.fm is a great place to get some information, but they don’t always have every date listed there.
What Do I Mean By “Complete Tour Dates”?
By “Complete Tour Dates” I mean all the dates a band/artists has scheduled and/or played to date. This would include all the tour dates from the beginning of the their career. If the band is still touring in 2020 and there are dates up to 2005 then that will be considered incomplete. Partial tour dates may be accepted in certain situations, such as there are no other dates listed anywhere. I will review them on a case by case basis.
What I Look For In Submissions
- Tour Dates must be of metal bands. Please do not submit pop, hard rock, rock, etc. For a list of genres accepted and bands not allowed please visit my “What’s Allowed?” post.
- “Complete” dates whenever possible.
- Please list the tour dates in this manner: Date (yyyy-mm-dd) Festival (if applicable), Venue, City, State (if applicable), Country. EXAMPLE: 2020-01-01 Download Festival, Donington Park, Castle Donington, UK.
- If you are familiar with the band/artist then please divide the tour dates by tour. This is NOT mandatory, but is a great reference for others.
- Include as much info as you have in the dates such as show cancellations, venue changes, meet & greets, postponed or re-scheduled shows and/or any other special info that may be significant. This is NOT mandatory, if you don’t have this info it does not mean your submission will be rejected. It’s just nice to have some extra info if possible.
For an example of how I would prefer the tour dates to look please take a look at the Blaze Bayley dates that I did.
If you have any questions or problems submitting tour dates please don’t hesitate to contact me!