Blink, Bruce, Bridges and more Beyonce?! Here’s the week’s hottest tour announcements.

Blink 182 ‘Kings of the Weekend’ Las Vegas Residency

Now that Britney is no longer in Vegas, it seems only natural that the next performers set to take her place are… Blink 182? The pop-punk trio have just revealed plans for “Kings of the Weekend,” a 16-date residency at the Palms Casino Resort for the second half of this year. The performances are slated to kick off on May 26, and will run through November 17. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Leon Bridges ‘Good Thing’ Tour

The soulful Leon Bridges has announced a tour behind his upcoming album Good Thing. Catch the musician–along with Jon Batiste, Masego and Khruangbin on select dates–starting on June 9 in Irving, TX, followed by stops in Nashville, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and Boston. The tour wraps up with a two-night run at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall on October 5 and 6. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Additional Beyonce + Jay-Z ‘OTR 2’ Tour Dates

Beyonce and Jay-Z have added eight dates to the North American leg of the OTR 2 tour. They’ll perform second nights in Chicago, DC, New Jersey, Atlanta and Los Angeles, plus fresh announcements in Columbus, Columbia and Seattle. The Seattle show (at CenturyLink Field) will now serve as the tour finale, slated for October 4. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Panic! At the Disco ‘Pray for the Wicked’ Tour

Now that Brendon Urie is finished with his Broadway duties in Kinky Boots, it’s time for him to reprise his role as P!ATD frontman. The band has just completed work on a new album, Pray for the Wicked, and will hit the road for a summer tour of the same name. Catch them and their new songs starting on July 11 in Minneapolis, MN and wrapping up on August 18 in Las Vegas. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Additional Bruce Springsteen on Broadway Performances

If you haven’t had the chance to see Bruce Springsteen’s epic Broadway show at the Walter Kerr Theatre, now might be your chance. The rocker has announced 81 additional dates for Springsteen on Broadway, with the new performances slated for July 10 through December 15. Browse tickets & tour dates.