From Alabama to Bad Bunny, Michelle Obama to Warped Tour, there’s something for everybody in this week’s list of tour announcements.

Check out our picks for the five hottest acts hitting the road in the coming months (and find out how you can see them live).

Bad Bunny U.S. Tour

Reggaeton singer Bad Bunny has just announced a string of US tour dates slated for the spring. Catch the pop sensation starting March 14 at the Santander Arena in Reading, PA, followed by stops in Florida, Oregon, Texas and Connecticut. The tour comes to a close on April 27 with a performance at Madison Square Garden in New York City. BUY TICKETS

Alabama 50th Anniversary Tour

This “Song of the South” band is hitting the road next year to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Kicking off on January 10 at the Fox Theatre in Detroit, the tour will feature support from Charlie Daniels Band, the Marshall Tucker Band and the Oak Ridge Boys (to name a few). BUY TICKETS

Travis Scott Astroworld Tour Leg 2

Travis Scott has added another leg to his fantastical Astroworld Tour. The new chunk of dates kick off on January 25 in Vancouver and wrap up on March 24 in Charlotte. Along the way he’ll stop in Vegas, Chicago, Brooklyn and more. BUY TICKETS

Warped Tour 25th Anniversary

Although the Warped Tour is no longer the traveling festival it once was (after calling it quits earlier this summer), it will still return next year for a handful of one-off shows in honor of its 25th anniversary. The pop/punk rite of passage will set up shop in three cities over the summer, including Cleveland and two yet-to-be-determined spots on the East and West Coast. BUY TICKETS

Michelle Obama 2019 Book Tour

In addition to her previously announced book tour dates (in promotion of her new memoir Becoming), Michelle Obama will embark on another leg of appearances slated for early next year. Catch her February 8 in Tacoma, WA through March 22 in Edmonton, AB, before she heads overseas for shows in Europe. Obama will be back on the road in May for another handful of talks, culminating in a May 12 appearance at the Ryman Auditorium. BUY TICKETS

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