David Cross hits the road for the first time in two years, and Fleetwood Mac hit the road without Lindsey Buckingham. Plus, Chvrches announce dates in support of their new Love is Dead album.

Here’s the hottest tour announcements of the week.

Chvrches ‘Love is Dead’ Tour

In support of their upcoming album Love is Dead, synth-pop trio Chvrches have announced a North American trek. After a slew of overseas festivals, the official tour kicks off on August 2 at Lollapalooza followed by stops in the Midwest and West Coast. They’ll cap things off with an October 20 show at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre. Browse tickets & tour dates.

David Cross ‘Oh Come On’ Tour

David Cross is heading out on his first headlining tour since 2016. The multi-talented comedian has just announced dates behind the Oh Come On Tour, which will keep him on the road from early June to the end of August. He’ll also make appearances at this year’s Boston Calling and High Plains Comedy Festival. Browse tickets & tour dates.

JoJo ‘Leaks, Covers & Mixtapes’ Tour

JoJo is almost ready to record her fourth album, but first the singer wants to tour the US for an intimate month of concerts. The Leaks, Covers and Mixtapes tour kicks off on May 29 at the House of Blues in Anaheim, followed by more stops throughout California, the Pacific Northwest, Chicago, Boston and Brooklyn. The tour comes to a close on June 26 with a performance at Trees in Dallas, TX. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Fleetwood Mac North American Tour

Fleetwood Mac, now a six-piece group after Lindsey Buckingham was replaced by Mike Campbell and Neil Finn, are hitting the road for a whopping 52-date tour of North America. Set to kick off on October 3 in Tulsa, the lengthy itinerary will stretch all the way through March 2019, with stops in Chicago, Portland, San Diego, Houston, New Orleans, Atlanta, Boston and more. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Janelle Monáe ‘Dirty Computer’ Tour

In support of the singer’s third full-length studio album, Dirty Computer, Janelle Monáe is hitting the road for a North American tour. Catch the Kansas City native all summer long, kicking off on June 11 in Seattle and wrapping up on August 4 at the Tabernacle in Atlanta. Monáe is also on tap at this year’s AFROPUNK Festival, which takes place August 25-28 in Brooklyn. Browse tickets & tour dates.