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The Strokes Add U.S. Tour Dates
By Sam Sodomsky
The Strokes have announced new tour dates around the release of The New Abnormal , their first album in seven years. Following a series of shows this month (including U.S. stops featuring support from Alvvays and King Princess), they’ll play in New Orleans, Austin, and Houston in May. Check out their itinerary below and find tickets here . (Pitchfork earns a commission from purchases made through affiliate links on our site.)
The New Abnormal is out April 10. So far, The Strokes have shared the songs “ At the Door ” and “ Bad Decisions .”
03-19 Seattle, WA - WaMu Theater 03-14 Los Angeles, CA—The Forum 03-20 Monterrey, Mexico - Tecate Pa’l Norte 2020 03-28 Buenos Aires, Argentia - Hipódromo De San Isidro 03-29 Santiago, Chile - O’Higgins Park 03-31 Asunción, Paraguay - Jokey Club Del Paraguay 04-03 Sopo, Colombia - Briceño 18 Campo De Golf 04-05 São Paulo, Brazil - Autódromo José Carlos Pace 05-01 Miami, FL - Mana Wynwood Convention Center 05-03 Atlanta, GA - Central Park 05-07 New Orleans, LA - Saenger Theater 05-09 Austin, TX - Germania Amphitheater 05-12 Houston, TX - Smart Financial Centre 05-16 Tlajomulco De Zúñiga, Mexico - Valle VFG 06-05 Barcelona, Spain - Parc Del Forum 06-13 Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands - Safaripark Beekse Bergen 06-27 Marmande, France - Plaine De La Filhole Plein Air 07-03 Werchter, Belgium - Rock Werchter 2020 07-11 Algés, Portugal - NOS Alive 08-14 Gothenburg, Sweden - Way Out West 08-16 Helsinki, Finland - Flow Festival 2020
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The Strokes are unquestionably one of the best bands out there, and you can really tell that they have been influenced by The Doors. I love The Doors and so I love The Strokes.
Just like Jim Morrison, the lead singer of The Strokes (Julian Casablancas) has an element of shyness to him. The band works together very well and they just look like they belong together: if you watch Fab Moretti (the drummer), he's always looking up and watching the other players really intensely. I really enjoy watching them play together and I love to see them live. They don’t talk to the audience much, and mainly just focus on playing, but they do make some contact with the audience. You can tell that their fans really love them and their concerts are always filled with good people.
Due to the fact that they are so popular they usually play for really large crowds, but if you are very lucky you can catch one of their smaller more intimate performances. I've only ever managed to see them with a large crowd, but I have to say it was still really fun. You get a much bigger atmosphere when there are more people; everyone is so excited, but Julian looks so cool and reserved in his leather coat and sunglasses.
Since I've been a fan of theirs (for more than 10 years), I really think that The Strokes are getting better over time and that is good because I want them to be around for a long time!
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I was lucky enough to see the Strokes at Governor's Ball in 2014. It had been 3 years since legendary rock band The Strokes had played a show. They surprised New York with a pop up Governor's Ball pre-party show a week prior so it was their second show back after not touring their latest album. Either way, it felt just as special to be their first festival show in a while. I have never had a better concert experience than my Strokes show. Between exploding with "Barely Legal" and ending with "New York City Cops," all 5 albums were touched upon. Frontman Julian Casablancas is extremely confident in the best way possible. He interacted with the audience, sang every song perfectly and messed around with other bandmates during some songs. He even goofily covered Nikolai's eyes while dancing around stage. The fact that there were times when the crowd was singing guitar riffs louder than they were being played is a sign of an amazing show in my opinion. The crowd was on fire and it was obvious the Strokes fed off this energy in an amazing way.
If the Strokes come back for a real tour, do NOT miss out on the opportunity to see them; the show will be so good you'll get chills thinking about it even a month later.
It’s official: they’re back.
The Strokes played in Berlin their first show (in a venue) in Europe in 9 years with a solid combination of their 3 first records, one song from Come Down Machine and 2 new songs (The Adults are Talking and Bad Decisions).
They played with a great mood between them and we could see one of the best Casablancas, joking with the band and the crowd, even singing Last Nite jumping to the public.
I hope this is just the beginning and they play in more venues than during last 14 years.
Heart in a Cage
You Only Live Once
New York City Cops
The Adults Are Talking
The Modern Age
Hard to Explain
Ize of the World
One Way Trigger
What Ever Happened?
As someone who grew up listening to The Strokes and holding this band in high regard, it kills me to say that this show was a major disappointment.
Nobody could hear Julian's vocals. I'm not sure if the instruments were too loud or if Julian's mic was indeed too loud, but the fact of the matter is that you could not hear Julian at all.
Besides that, the band themselves sounded awesome and seeing Albert go off during Last Nite was simply awesome. Singing along with the whole crowd to classics like 12:51, Reptillia, and Hard to Explain felt like a dream.
The Floor GA tickets were not cheap and considering the major flaw that basically ruined the show, I can't say I would ever go out of my way to see The Strokes again if they toured nearby.
The strokes es de esas bandas que escucho y me ponen de buenas, esa batería, esa guitarra, esas letras siguen regresándome los buenos momentos de mi adolescencia. Sólo los he visto una vez tocar y sin duda, espero que vuelvan a hacer otro tour en o cerca de México para volver a estar ahí.
Seen the Strokes in 05 at The Trubadour in Hollywood I had won tickets on K-ROCK They were Amazing had the time of my life. I'll never forget it. Best concert ever
I have to go see them again. Their music got me threw some dark times
I recently saw the Strokes at the Forum in LA. It twas my first time and they were tight. Julian's falsetto was on point and I got no complaints. I will definitely be seeing them again! We are lucky that they are still together.
Best concert of my life. To see such a legendary band in such a small venue was, well, Positively Divine. Truly one of the best concerts I've ever attended and I go to a lot of concerts. love, Love, LOVED IT!
The Strokes were awesome in the auditorium and as I was in the upper terrace I had the perfect view. Made lots of friendships in Belfast aswell on the night through love of the strokes music and live music.
Are they ever going to tour again? Best band and concert and would love to see them live again. We need the Strokes amazing energy and creativity to grace the stages again. please come back
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What's at stake: 2024 status on line as PGA TOUR concludes at The RSM Classic
Top 125, other competitive implications at stake during the final week of the fedexcup fall.
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ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Georgia – The 2022-23 PGA TOUR Season comes to a conclusion this week at The RSM Classic, marking the final event of the FedExCup Fall. For the first time, the top 125 for the following PGA TOUR season will be finalized at The RSM Classic, among other competitive consequences set to be determined at week’s end – including The Next 10, DP World Tour Top 10 and PGA TOUR Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year nominations.
The RSM Classic is the seventh and final official PGA TOUR event of the FedExCup Fall, all seven featuring winner’s benefits – a two-year PGA TOUR exemption, 500 FedExCup points and invitations to The Sentry, THE PLAYERS Championship, Masters Tournament and PGA Championship in 2024 – as well as the opportunity for players to lock up or improve positions in the priority ranking for the 2024 FedExCup Season. Players who finished Nos. 1-50 through the FedExCup Playoffs locked their position in the FedExCup, earned full exempt status for 2024 and qualified for all eight Signature Events in 2024. All players ranked No. 51 and beyond carried FedExCup points and continued to accumulate points through the FedExCup Fall.
Concurrently, the DP World Tour Championship, the final event in the 2023 Race to Dubai, will be played Thursday-Sunday at Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai. As part of the Strategic Alliance with the PGA TOUR and DP World Tour, the top 10 players, not otherwise exempt, in the final 2023 Race to Dubai Rankings will earn PGA TOUR cards for the first time, earning dual membership on both Tours in 2024.
With 30 TOUR cards already awarded from the 2023 Korn Ferry Tour Season, which concluded in October, the last opportunity for PGA TOUR membership after The RSM Classic is the Final Stage of PGA TOUR Q-School presented by Korn Ferry, at which the final TOUR cards will be distributed to the top five players (and ties). Contested in December, Q-School is a direct pathway to the TOUR for the first time in over a decade.
A look at what's on the line this week:
The RSM Classic, the 54 th and final event of the 2022-23 PGA TOUR Season, is the last opportunity for players to secure top-125 status, which gives players access to all Full-Field Events and THE PLAYERS Championship next season. Nos. 126-150 will earn conditional status, unless otherwise exempt.
All 20 players from Nos. 121-140 in the FedExCup Fall standings entering the week are in the field: Doug Ghim (No. 121), Nico Echavarria (122), Troy Merritt (123), Andrew Novak (124), Carl Yuan (125), Henrik Norlander (126), Maverick McNealy (127), Ryan Moore (128), C.T. Pan (129), Patton Kizzire (130), Ryan Palmer (131), Zecheng Dou (132), Scott Piercy (133), Kramer Hickok (134), Cameron Champ (135), Austin Smotherman (136), MJ Daffue (137), Adam Long (138), Jimmy Walker (139) and Harrison Endycott (140).
Non-members can earn PGA TOUR cards for 2024 with a win or by finishing the season with as many or more points as No. 125 in the FedExCup Fall standings, currently 437 (Carl Yuan). Special Temporary Members Nicolai Hojgaard and Min Woo Lee, who are competing at the DP World Tour Championship, will earn PGA TOUR membership for next season via non-member points. Fellow Special Temporary Members Ryan Gerard (112 points shy of No. 125) and Peter Kuest (155 points), who are in The RSM Classic field, are among those attempting to equal or better No. 125.
The Next 10
New in 2024, The Next 10 is an eligibility pathway to earn access into Signature Events (outside of The Sentry), recognizing the top 10 players, not otherwise exempt, from the FedExCup standings. Nos. 51-60 in the final FedExCup Fall standings at the conclusion of The RSM Classic will serve as The Next 10 for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and The Genesis Invitational. Signature Events are limited-field tournaments with increased prize money and FedExCup points, and include players who finished in the top 50 in the 2022-23 FedExCup standings, with remaining spots determined by players who play their best in the weeks leading up to the next Signature Event (The Next 10, The Swing 5).
Nine of the 10 players currently in position for one of the spots in The Next 10 are in the field: Matt Kuchar (No. 52), Mackenzie Hughes (53), Ben Griffin (54), Taylor Montgomery (55), Nick Hardy (56), Alex Smalley (57), Luke List (58), J.J. Spaun (59) and Sam Ryder (60); Beau Hossler, No. 51, has secured a place in The Next 10. Seven of the players between Nos. 61-70 are in the field: Mark Hubbard (61), Stephan Jaeger (62), Thomas Detry (63), Alex Noren (64), Brandon Wu (67), Keith Mitchell (69) and Hayden Buckley (70).
DP World Tour
The 2023 DP World Tour Season concludes this week at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. For the first time, PGA TOUR cards are available to the top 10 finishers on the DP World Tour’s final Race to Dubai Rankings who are not otherwise exempt. These players will be eligible for the 2024 PGA TOUR Season and have dual membership on the PGA TOUR and DP World Tour.
Players who earn PGA TOUR cards via the DP World Tour have until Dec. 1, 2023, to accept membership. If any of the 10 players declines or is ineligible for PGA TOUR membership, the next highest-ranked player, not otherwise exempt, would become eligible.
The No. 1 player among the 10 that earn PGA TOUR cards will earn two additional eligibility benefits for the 2024 season. He will earn a spot in THE PLAYERS Championship and the Charles Schwab Challenge and be exempt from reshuffles during the 2024 season, along with the top player on the Korn Ferry Tour in 2023 (Ben Kohles). The remaining nine players will be placed at the top of the same category as Korn Ferry Tour and PGA TOUR Q-School presented by Korn Ferry graduates, with the first reshuffle taking place the Monday of the Masters Tournament.
A spot in two Signature Events in 2024 – the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and The Genesis Invitational – is available to the top finisher in the Race to Dubai Rankings who did not finish in the top 50 in this season’s FedExCup standings. Currently, that position is held by Adrian Meronk. (Note: This is not guaranteed to be the leading player from the top 10 that earn PGA TOUR cards.)
Final Stage of PGA TOUR Q-School presented by Korn Ferry
Players who finish outside the top 125 in the FedExCup standings can earn or improve their status for 2024 through Final Stage of PGA TOUR Q-School presented by Korn Ferry, with the top five players (and ties) earning PGA TOUR cards for 2024.
Exempt categories for Final Stage include the top 40 available players below No. 125 in the FedExCup Fall standings and non-members whose FedExCup points are greater than are equal to No. 150 in the FedExCup Fall standings. Players in the top 50 in the Official World Golf Ranking published on Monday, Nov. 13, are also exempt for Final Stage.
Final Stage of Q-School will be contested Thursday, Dec. 14, through Sunday, Dec. 17, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, at Dye’s Valley at TPC Sawgrass and Sawgrass Country Club. The top five finishers (and ties) will earn TOUR cards, giving players without status an opportunity to earn or re-gain TOUR membership and players in the 126-150 category or below a chance to improve their status.
The next 40 finishers (and ties) will earn exempt status through multiple reshuffles on the Korn Ferry Tour, and all remaining competitors at Final Stage will have Korn Ferry Tour membership.
Last week for consideration for PGA TOUR Player of the Year and PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year
The RSM Classic is the final event of consideration for the Jack Nicklaus Award (Player of the Year) and Arnold Palmer Award (Rookie of the Year). Eric Cole will make his 37 th start of the season and is the only rookie in the 2022-23 class who qualified for the BMW Championship, finishing No. 43 in the FedExCup standings. Cole has two runner-up finishes this season (P2/The Classic in The Palm Beaches, T2/2023 ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP) and leads all rookies in top 10s (6), Strokes Gained: Total (1.026 per round), Scoring Average (69.832) and Official Money ($4,961,430). He has made 526 birdies this season, the most of any player on TOUR.
St. Simons Island resident Ben Griffin enters the week No. 54 in the FedExCup standings, the next-highest position of any rookie, as he looks to qualify for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and The Genesis Invitational via The Next 10. Two rookies have won on TOUR this season; Nico Echavarria (Puerto Rico Open) is in The RSM Classic field, while Vincent Norrman (Barbasol Championship) is competing at the DP World Tour Championship.
Following the NCAA Championship in May, rookie Ludvig Åberg turned professional and became the first player to join the TOUR directly out of college by finishing No. 1 in the PGA TOUR University Ranking. In 10 starts since becoming a member, Åberg has recorded three top 10s, including a playoff defeat at the Sanderson Farms Championship, and will finish inside the top 125 of the FedExCup Fall standings, improving his status entering 2024. A native of Eslov, Sweden, Åberg made his Ryder Cup debut in September and compiled a 2-2-0 record in Team Europe’s win over the United States. He will make his second start at The RSM Classic and first since missing the cut as an amateur in 2021.
Nominees for PGA TOUR Player of the Year and PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year will be announced in December, with the awards presented at a later date.
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Ever since their major break-out in 2001 with their debut studio album “Is This It,” The Strokes have been wowing their fans with their post-punk influenced music. Not just with their back-to-back hit studio albums, but the band has earned an impressive reputation in the touring scene as well. The Strokes Tour is a popular event in the rock music circuit.
Most of their concerts and shows are attended by large crowds. So, there is no doubt that the upcoming The Strokes Tour concerts will be jam-packed!
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After receiving international success with their first three studio albums, the Strokes entered a hiatus for five years. They made a comeback with their fourth studio album, “Angles,” in 2011, followed by “Comedown Machine,” in 2013. After a hiatus of 7 years again, the Strokes came back stronger with their latest studio album, “The New Abnormal,” in 2020.
Despite being on-and-off for several years in between, the Strokes have never disappointed their fans when it comes to their live concerts! With their all-time hits like “Last Nite,” and “Reptilia,” the band has successfully pulled off some of the most happening live performances during their peak years. And to date, almost all their The Strokes Tour concerts are sold-out, attracting rock music fans from around the world.
If you want to be a part of all the fun and hype at the upcoming The Strokes Tour, make sure to look up the latest The Strokes Tour dates, which you can easily find on our website. Once you find your suitable dates and venue, don’t forget to hit the book button to buy The Strokes Tour tickets before time runs out!
Past The Strokes Tours
The Strokes performed for the first time as a full-fledged rock band at The Spiral in 1999. Following this, the band became a frequent performer in several rock clubs like the Luna Lounge, Mercury Lounge, HiFi bar, and lots more.
After the release of their debut album, the band embarked on a world tour, selling out multiple shows throughout Australia, Japan, North America, Europe, and New Zealand. Here, they also performed the opening act for the legends Rolling Stone during their North American leg.
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It’s time to tune your air guitars.
This August, The Strokes have two North American concerts lined up this August — and for fans wondering “Is This It,” we can confirm, it is.
First up, the legendary NYC band heads southwest to perform with opening act Weyes Blood at Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Monday, Aug. 14.
Five days later, they’ll return home for a one-off gig at Forest Hills, NY’s Forest Hills Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 19 with special guest singer Angel Olsen, comedian Seaton Smith and Promiseland aka Johann Rashid.
Need last-minute tickets to see Julian Casablancas belt out “Someday,” “Reptilia,” “Last Nite,” “12:51,” “You Only Live Once” and bangers from their 2021 Grammy-winning album “The New Abnormal?”
Well, it’s not too late.
Seats are available for both shows — they’re just not cheap.
The lowest price for the two concerts, at the time of publication, is $139 before fees on Vivid Seats.
That may have something to do with the scarcity of these shows; however, the good news is they may go down as the show dates approach.
All we know is the best way to find a deal is to keep refreshing this page .
By doing so, it’s very possible you just might find a bargain.
In the meantime, our team compiled everything you need to know about the Strokes’ brief August tour — from the best prices for each concert to set lists to details about the support acts — below.
All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.
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The Strokes set list
Prior to these two concerts, the garage rockers have been touring overseas.
Here’s what they played live at their most recent headlining non-festival gig courtesy of Set List FM :
01.) “What Ever Happened?” 02.) “Bad Decisions” 03.) “Soma” 04.) “Juicebox” 05.) “Automatic Stop” 06.) “The Adults Are Talking” 07.) “Take It or Leave It” 08.) “Under Control” 09.) “Reptilia” 10.) “Call It Fate, Call It Karma” 11.) “Red Light” 12.) “Someday” 13.) “Ize of the World” Encore:
14.) “Hard to Explain” 15.) “You Only Live Once” 16.) “Last Nite”
The Strokes special guests
Weyes Blood is the brainchild of singer Natalie Laura Mering. Her nostalgic, yearning, lush and lo-fi music is the perfect complement to The Strokes’ brash rock. We recommend checking out her most-streamed song “Andromeda” for a sample of her sound.
Angel Olsen has a voice you can’t get out of your head. We mean that in a good way. Switching from bold to vulnerable — sometimes in a single track — she captivates listeners with her refreshingly honest vocals. While she’s more well-known for other songs, for us, we suggest starting with her incredible cover of Billy Idol’s “Eyes Without A Face.”
Seaton Smith wows audiences all over North America on a nightly basis. Now, the “Mulaney” actor (remember when John Mulaney had a sitcom on Fox?) and comic will deliver laughs poking fun at his past, society as a whole and maybe even throw in a little crowd work when he performs in Queens.
Promised Land wears many hats. Johann Rashid plays punk-like music, does performance art, and screens video at his live shows. These shows are not to be missed — he often leaves the stage with “broken ribs, bloody gashes, or jalapeno-infused tequila in his eyes” according to his bio . Gnarly.
Rock bands on tour in 2023
While The Strokes have just two shows lined up — as of now — many other groups have longer tours scheduled.
Here’s a quick look at a few other acts you won’t want to miss live these next few months.
• Death Cab For Cutie with The Postal Service
• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
• Arctic Monkeys
• Pixies and Modest Mouse
Who else is touring this year? Check out our exhaustive list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here to find out.
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The Adults Are Talking in 2024!
The Strokes are heading out on tour with the Red Hot Chili Peppers in 2023! They also have some solo dates and music festivals on the schedule — and this website can help you find amazing tickets for any one of them. The legendary alt rockers just dropped The New Abnormal , their first new record since 2013's The Comedown Machine , and this is your chance to hear them performing its cuts — including the lead single "The Adults Are Talking" — alongside the songs that made them one of the most exciting rock bands of the 21st Century. Songs like "Reptilia," "Late Nite," and "Someday!"
So if you saw them in downtown Manhattan in the early aughts or you went through high school with Is This It on your first-generation iPod, don't miss your chance to see Julian Casablancas and company live at a venue near you in 2024. Check out The Strokes Tour info below to learn more about upcoming shows and available seating options, and score your tickets today. Because the longer you wait, the fewer options will be left!
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The Strokes are an American rock band formed in New York City in 1998. The band consists of lead vocalist Julian Casablancas, guitarists Nick Valensi and Albert Hammond Jr., bassist Nikolai Fraiture, and drummer Fabrizio Moretti. The Strokes are known for their garage rock and post-punk influenced sound, as well as their stylish, cool image.
The Strokes released their debut album, "Is This It," in 2001, which received widespread critical acclaim and made them one of the most promising new bands of the time. The album spawned hit singles such as "Hard to Explain," "Someday," and "Last Nite," which helped to launch the band into the mainstream.
In the years that followed, The Strokes released a series of successful albums, including "Room on Fire" (2003), "First Impressions of Earth" (2006), "Angles" (2011), and "Comedown Machine" (2013). Each album showcased the band's evolution and experimentation with different sounds and styles, while still maintaining their signature sound.
In addition to their successful music career, The Strokes are also known for their energetic and highly sought-after live performances. If you're a fan of the band and want to see them live, be sure to keep an eye out for ticket releases. The demand for The Strokes tickets is usually high, so it's a good idea to act quickly when they become available.
Overall, The Strokes are a talented and influential band that have made a big impact on the rock music scene. Whether you're a fan of their early garage rock sound or their more recent experimental efforts, there's no denying the talent and appeal of this iconic band. If you have the chance to see them live, don't miss out – a The Strokes concert is an unforgettable experience.
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ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – Pace of play – or the lack of it – was a hot topic of conversation earlier this season and apparently the PGA Tour has heard the backlash and made some subtle changes to the way players are penalized for taking too long.
On Tuesday, the Tour informed players of changes to Tour regulations that will go into effect for the 2024 season after being approved during the Tour’s Policy Board meeting a day earlier in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
For starters, the Tour is replacing its “Observation List,” which was instituted in 2021 with a primary focus on changing the individual habits of the slowest players.
“The Observation List has been very successful, and furthermore has been a tool which has allowed the Rules Committee to effectively work with individuals to improve their person pace habits,” the Tour reported to its players. “However, as we look to evolve the list and improve it, it has become apparent that there was an inequitable disparity in weekly field averages due to factors such as course difficulty and weather. Depending on the player’s chosen schedule, this had the potential to artificially skew their 10-tournament stroke average and therefore result in an unfair assessment.”
As a result, the PAC supported the concept of the Average Stroke Time Infraction in place of the Observation List as detailed below:
- Average Stroke Time (AST) Infraction – At the conclusion of a tournament a player’s average stroke time is compared against the field average. For a given tournament, if a player has an average stroke time of 7.0 seconds or more above the field average, he has recorded an AST infraction. AST infractions are accumulated during the season before monetary fines are applied – $20,000 when you reach your 10 th AST; $5,000 for each additional AST from 11-14 th ; and $10,000 for each infraction from 15 and over. Players accumulating less than 10 AST infractions but have a ratio of AST infractions/tournaments played of 50 percent or above, will be fined $2,000 per infraction at the end of the season (with a minimum of five tournaments played). AST infractions on the PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour, and PGA Tour Champions will be counted together for the purposes of determining the cumulative number of AST infractions during a season. Fines will be pro-rated based on the number of occurrences on each respective tour.
According to the Tour’s update on changes to the rules and regulations, the PAC supported four other small adjustments to the policy to keep its operation “impactful but fair.”
- Official warnings – the financial penalty associated with the accumulation of Official Warnings will be removed from the policy.
- Excessive Shot Times – This policy will be amended to reduce the time permitted for players who are second or third to play from 120 seconds to 100 seconds. First to play will remain at 120 seconds. This reduction is equitable to the regular timing policy of 50 seconds to first to play and 40 seconds thereafter.
- Number of timings – To reflect the change back to a calendar season the number of timings allowed before a financial penalty is applied will be reduced from 12 to 10. Note: this was a one-year change to reflect the increased number of events in 2022/23 super-season.
- Timings Financial Exemption Threshold: In 2022, to recognize the variance in playing levels across the membership, an exemption from financial penalty was introduced based on a player’s 10-tournament stroke average. This was set at 5 seconds above Tour Average to be consistent with the warnings policy. Under the new policy, a player that accumulates 10 timings in a season will be subject to a financial penalty without exception.
“It’s always been the same,” veteran pro Davis Love III said of slow play issues on Tour. “They try really, really hard. One great old rules official in a board meeting said, ‘The best we’re going to do is speed up 15 minutes,’…but we have to keep up with the group so it’s fair for everybody.”
During his 22-year tenure as Tour commissioner, Tim Finchem seemingly was allergic to having the rules officials enforce the full extent of the pace-of-play rule and Jay Monahan has followed suit. John Catlin was the last player to be assessed a penalty for slow play during the first round of the 2021 PGA Championship, a tournament controlled by the PGA of America.
Slow-play critic Rory Sabbatini once told this reporter that “fines for slow play don’t play any part in affecting people speeding up. The fine for slow play isn’t going to concern anyone, given the money we’re playing for. Until they implement penalty strokes or disqualification, things won’t change.”
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The Strokes is an American rock band from Manhattan, New York. Formed in 1998, the band is composed of singer Julian Casablancas, guitarists Nick Valensi and Albert Hammond Jr., bassist Nikolai Fraiture, and drummer Fabrizio Moretti. They are one of the more prominent bands of the garage rock and post-punk revivals, aiding in the resurgence of indie rock in New York City.
After the release of their EP The Modern Age in January 2001, a bidding war ensued among major labels in order to sign the band. Eventually, RCA Records signed them and released their debut studio album, Is This It , later that year. It earned them international commercial success and critical acclaim, appearing on several year-end and all-time album lists. It was followed by Room on Fire in October 2003 and First Impressions of Earth in January 2006, both receiving similar commercial success. They then entered a hiatus for several years.
Toward the end of their original record deal with RCA, the Strokes released two albums in three years with Angles in March 2011 and Comedown Machine in March 2013. Both received lukewarm responses from critics, with the latter being their worst-performing album commercially. They released their first collection of material after their departure from RCA, the Future Present Past EP, in June 2016 through Casablancas' independent Cult Records label.
Later that decade, the Strokes began working with Rick Rubin on a new album. In April 2020 they released their first studio album in seven years, The New Abnormal , through Cult and RCA. Critics generally considered the album a return to form.
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The PGA Tour continues their trend of playing by the coast as they head to Sea Island Golf Club for this week’s RSM Classic.
This will be the final event of the 2022-23 PGA TOUR season so there is plenty on the line for golfers trying to jockey for their 2024 playing privileges.
Cruising by the Coast
The PGA TOUR traveled from Mexico to Bermuda and now to St. Simons Island to check out a third straight coastal venue.
Some golfers prefer tree-lined layouts but others are comfortable being exposed to the coastal elements. Webb Simpson chimed in last year, “I think being right by the coast. I learned the game in Wilmington, North Carolina, by the coast and I’ve always loved going to Hilton Head and I’ve always loved going to Sea Island for those reasons.”
In a perfect world, we might have surveys completed by all Tour members to rate their comfort level on particular course types. We don’t have that luxury but we can look at past performance in similar courses to see what golfers outperform their baseline by the coast.
Here are the top performers in adjusted strokes gained per round when playing on coastal courses, over the last two years:
- Cameron Young
- Brian Harman
- Russell Henley
- Matt Kuchar
- Corey Conners
- Akshay Bhatia
- Thomas Detry
- Denny McCarthy
- Brendon Todd
- Maverick McNealy
- Keith Mitchell
We can also look at performance versus baseline to see who shows the largest increase in performance compared to their typical scores:
- Hayden Buckley
- Will Gordon
- Troy Merritt
- Satoshi Kodaira
- Patton Kizzire
- Josh Teater
- Ryan Palmer
- Greyson Sigg
Overlap List: Names that show up on both lists include Matt Kuchar, Akshay Bhatia, Thomas Detry, and Ben Griffin.
Bhatia has quickly carved out a role as coastal king with his stellar performances on the Korn Ferry Tour and continued success by the sea in his short time on the big stage. That includes back-to-back top 20s in the lead-up to this week’s event.
Lean on home comfort with Ben Griffin
The PGA Tour rookie calls Sea Island home and he showed us what home cooking can do last year when he twirled a T-29 finish despite an ice-cold putter. Just four months before that finish he was posting about a ’59' that he fired at the Plantation Course during one of his weeks off. It’s safe to say Eric Cole is the frontrunner for Rookie of the Year honors this season but Griffin could at least make things interesting if he were to walk off with a win. At 54th in the FedExCup, his spot in The Next 10 is secure so he’s got his full attention on the winner’s circle as takes on his home courses this week.
Crush by the coast with Kuchar
Kuchar has a long track record of contending on coastal courses. His last three Tour wins have come at Waialae, El Camaleon, and Harbour Town. He even popped into contention two weeks ago at another coastal venue. He has just one top 10 in 11 tries at Sea Island but could make that 2-for-12 given the current state of his game. With a handful of bigger names joining the party this week it could be easy for the DFS field to overlook Kuchar.
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Drake is playing 2 dates in Columbus for new It's All a Blur 2024 concert tour
Posted: November 14, 2023 | Last updated: November 14, 2023
Drake is set to go right back on the road, this time with J. Cole on the It's All a Blur, Big As the What? Tour.
The tour, named after lyrics from the pair's "For All the Dogs" track "First Person Shooter," kicks off with two nights in Denver on Jan. 18-19, 2024.
The Grammy-winning artists will also make stops in Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Nashville, St. Louis, Memphis and more before wrapping up on March 27, 2024, in Birmingham, Alabama.
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Drake's 2023 It's All a Blur Tour with 21 Savage ended last month, which saw the rappers play 50 arena shows across North America. The 2024 tour includes rescheduled dates from the Canadian rapper's 2023 tour, including shows postponed in Denver, New Orleans, Nashville and Columbus, Ohio.
The "Spin Bout U" artist last month released his eighth studio album, "For All the Dogs," which included collaborations with his tour mates plus SZA, Bad Bunny and more.
J. Cole released his last studio project, "The Off-Season" in 2021.
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Tickets go on sale to the general public on Nov. 17 at 11 a.m. local time at drakerelated.com . Cash App Card presale tickets go on sale Nov. 15.
Drake and J. Cole 2024 tour dates
- Jan. 18 – Denver at Ball Arena +
- Jan. 19 – Denver at Ball Arena
- Jan. 22 – San Antonio at Frost Bank Center
- Jan. 25 – Oklahoma City at Paycom Center
- Jan. 29 – New Orleans at Smoothie King Center +
- Jan. 30 – New Orleans at Smoothie King Center
- Feb. 2 – Tampa, Florida at Amalie Arena
- Feb. 7 – Nashville at Bridgestone Arena +
- Feb. 8 – Nashville at Bridgestone Arena +
- Feb. 12 – St. Louis at Enterprise Center
- Feb. 16 – Pittsburgh at PPG Paints Arena
- Feb. 20 – Columbus, Ohio, at Schottenstein Center +
- Feb. 21 – Columbus, Ohio, at Schottenstein Center
- Feb. 24 – Cleveland at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
- Feb. 27 – Buffalo, New York, at KeyBank Center
- March 2 – Kansas City, Missouri, at T-Mobile Center
- March 5 – Memphis, Tennessee, at FedExForum
- March 10 – Lexington, Kentucky, at Rupp Arena
- March 14 – Belmont Park, New York, at UBS Arena*
- March 18 – State College, Pennsylvania, at Bryce Jordan Center*
- March 23 – Sunrise, Florida, at Amerant Bank Arena*
- March 27 – Birmingham, Alabama, at The Legacy Arena at BJCC*
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*without J. Cole
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