From Tyler, the Creator to Quicksand, Billy Corgan to The Used, check out who we’re most excited to see announce tours this week.

Tyler, the Creator ‘Flower Boy’ Tour

Tyler, the Creator took a break from planning his Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival to announce plans for a fall tour. The rapper will hit the road on October 31 with plans to perform at the Warfield Theatre. Also on the docket is stops in Seattle, Salt Lake City, St. Louis, NYC and New Orleans. The tour comes to a close on November 22 in Dallas, TX at the South Side Music Hall. Click here for tickets.

Quicksand Fall Tour

Post-hardcore outfit Quicksand are back for the first time in over two decades. Not only are they releasing an album (called Interiors and due out on November 10) but they’ll also be hitting the road in support of the new tunes. Catch them from September 5 to October 1, when they’ll perform throughout the West Coast, South and East Coast. Joining them as support is No Joy, a Canadian shoegaze band. Click here for tickets.

Brett Young ‘Caliville’ Tour

Country crooner Brett Young is heading out on his first ever headlining trek. Dubbed “The Caliville Tour,” Young will kick things off with a show at the Jefferson Theater in Charlottesville, VA on October 14, followed by stops throughout the South. Rising star Carly Pearce will join him as support. The tour comes to a close on December 16 in Milwaukee, WI at Rave. Click here for tickets.

Glassjaw & The Used Joint Tour

Two of the biggest post-hardcore bands of the early 2000s are joining forces. Catch Glassjaw and The Used on the road together this fall, kicking off on October 27 in San Francisco at The Masonic. The 21-city tour will see the rockers in Denver, NYC, Nashville, Vegas and more. It comes to a close on November 29 at the Showbox Sodo in Seattle. Click here for tickets.

Billy Corgan Solo Tour

The mercurial Billy Corgan has just announced plans for a solo album and corresponding tour. Rick Rubin teamed up with the musician to create Ogilala, due out on October 13. Hear the songs live starting in October, with a two-night run at Brooklyn’s Murmrr Theatre. After stops in Toronto, Chicago, Boulder and more, the trek ends with a three-night stand at LA’s Masonic Lodge from November 9-11. Click here for tickets.

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