A mish-mosh of country artists, comedians and iconic alt rockers. Here are the hottest tour announcements of the week!

Luke Bryan ‘What Makes You Country XL’ Tour

In support of his sixth studio album, What Makes You Country, Luke Bryan is hitting the road for a supersized tour of the same name. The stadium tour kicks off on May 31 in Toronto at the Rogers Centre, followed by stops at MetLife Stadium, Fenway Park, Sports Authority Field and Wrigley Field. The final show is slated for October 26 at Ford Field in Detroit, MI. Browse tickets & tour dates.

More Kevin Hart ‘Irresponsible’ Tour

Larger than life comedian Kevin Hart has added another leg of dates to his Irresponsible tour. The tour originally ended on March 22, but will now extend all the way to November 29 before Hart heads to Australia to perform. Among the stops include gigs in New York City, Toronto, Chicago and Denver. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Primus + Mastodon Joint Tour

Primus and Mastodon have announced a joint summer tour. Catch the co-headlining bands for 45 dates spanning the first three months of summer. The fun begins on May 6 at the epic Red Rocks Amphitheater, followed by stops throughout the Southwest, East Coast and Midwest. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Beck Spring Tour

Beck has tacked on some US dates to his previously announced world tour. Catch the prolific musician at eight stateside stops this spring, including stints at NoLa jazz fest and In Bloom Music Festival. The shows are in support of his 13th studio album, Colors, which came out last October. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Chris Stapleton ‘All-American Road Show’ Tour

Chris Stapleton is bringing his All-American Road Show back. The Grammy winner will head out on tour two times this year, with the first leg of shows set for June 16 through August 24 and the second leg for October 4 through November 3. Marty Stuart and Brent Cobb will be on tap as openers. Browse tickets & tour dates.