From LCD Soundsystem to St. Vincent, Future to Foo Fighters, here’s who we’re most excited to see announce tours this week.

LCD Soundsystem American Dream Tour

A year after their reunion and countless headlining festival slots later, LCD Soundsystem have finally announced a proper tour. The North American leg of the fall jaunt will kick off on October 17 at The Anthem in Washington DC, followed by stops in Atlanta, Miami, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles and Boston. Included in the itinerary is a previously-announced spot at this year’s Voodoo Festival in NoLa on October 27. Click here for tickets.

Foo Fighters Concrete and Gold Tour

The Foo Fighters are back and touring in support of their upcoming album Concrete and Gold. In addition to previously announced festival dates this summer, the official tour will kick off on October 7 in San Bernardino, CA, at the band’s own CAL Jam 17 festival. After that they’re off through the South, Midwest and Pacific Northwest. Basically everywhere but the Northeast, leading many to believe that an additional leg will be announced at a later time. Click here for tickets.

St. Vincent Fear the Future Tour

Annie Clark–known better by her musical moniker St. Vincent–announced via a special video (shown below) that she will be embarking on a 2017 tour. The “Fear the Future Tour” will span the South, Midwest and East Coast, kicking off with a performance at The Fillmore in Detroit, MI, on November 13. It comes to a close on December 2 at Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, NY. Click here for tickets.

Future Future Hndrxx Tour

While Future’s Nobody Safe tour might be winding down, his future road plans are just heating up. The rapper has announced dates for the Future Hndrxx tour, an international trek which goes from July 8 all the way to October 23. The North American leg of stops will kick off on August 5 in Toronto at Veld Music Festival, followed by gigs in Florida, Virginia, Maryland and the Eastern Seaboard. Click here for tickets.

A Perfect Circle Fall Tour

A Perfect Circle is back in full swing, with a fresh batch of tour dates and a new album on the horizon. The newly-announced concerts are slated for the fall, kicking off with a headlining performance at Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA. After that it’s off to the Midwest, South and East Coast, plus stops in Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia. The final show will take place on December 4 in Eugene, OR, at the Matthew Knight Center. Click here for tickets.