It’s a mixed bag of tour announcements this week, ranging from 2 Chainz to U2 to Bill Murray. (Yes, Bill Murray.) Here’s who we’re most excited to see hit the road.

2 Chainz ‘Pretty Girls Like Trap Music’ Tour

In support of his upcoming album, 2 Chainz is hitting the road for a North American tour. The 35-date trek will begin on June 25 with a show at Los Angeles venue The Novo, followed by stops throughout Texas, California, the Midwest and East Coast. The tour comes to a close on September 22 with a spot at Life is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas, NV. Click here for tickets.

Bill Murray ‘New Worlds’ Tour

The beloved Bill Murray is making a foray into live music, having just announced a tour in support of his upcoming debut album New Worlds. The fun kicks off on October 6 at The Granada in Santa Barbara, CA, with Murray performing at select cities throughout North America including NYC’s Carnegie Hall on October 16. The final run of shows are slated for early December in California, though venues are still TBD. Click here for tickets.

U2 Additional ‘Joshua Tree’ Tour Dates

Due to popular demand, U2 have added a string of shows to their Joshua Tree anniversary tour. The new dates will bring them back to North America from September 3 to the 22, kicking off at Ford Field in Detroit and wrapping up at the Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. Click here for tickets.

Bonobo North American Tour

Producer Bonobo has shared new music and new tour dates with fans. The musician will tour behind new EP Bambro Koyo Ganda starting on August 23 at new NYC venue Brooklyn Steel. After a run through the West Coast and Texas, the tour wraps up with a performance at iii Points festival in Miami, FL. Click here for tickets.

Patty Griffin & Lee Ann Womack Acoustic Tour

Patty Griffin and Lee Ann Womack are hitting the road for a joint acoustic tour. An Acoustic Evening With Patty Griffin & Lee Ann Womack kicks off on July 22 at the Lyric Theatre in Birmingham, AL, followed by stops in Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia. The final show will take place on July 30 at the Charleston Music Hall in Charleston, SC. Click here for tickets.

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