A bunch of long-haired, guitar-playing weirdos and Kesha. Here’s who we’re most excited to see announce tours this week.

Kesha ‘Rainbows’ Tour

Kesha has just announced plans for her first solo tour in four years. In support of her new album Rainbow, she’ll head out on the “Rainbow Tour” starting September 26 when she takes the stage in Birmingham, AL at Iron City. Also on the tour docket is Boston, NYC, Chicago, Denver and Portland. Click here for tickets.

Primus ‘Desaturating Seven’ Tour

Primus has just announced tour dates behind their ninth studio album, The Desaturating Seven. Catch them starting on October 20 in San Antonio, TX, followed by stops along the East Coast, Midwest and West Coast. The last stop on the fall jaunt is November 13 at New Orleans’ Civic Theatre, although you can also catch them for two nights at The Wiltern in Los Angeles on December 29 and 30. Click here for tickets.

Twiddle Fall Tour

Vermont jam band (no, not these guys), Twiddle, have announced a fall tour. The quartet will hit the road on September 21, performing around the East Coast, Midwest and West Coast through October. The tour kicks off with a show in Rochester, NY and wraps up with a Halloween show at The State Room in Salt Lake City. They’ll also perform three nights in Fairfield, CT on August 31-September 2. Click here for tickets.

Ray LaMontagne ‘Just Passing Through’ Tour

Singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne has announced his first acoustic trek in five years. In a few weeks he’ll head out on the “Just Passing Through” tour, with Wilco bassist John Stirratt by his side at each performance. The tour starts on September 10 in Santa Barbara, CA and wraps up on November 12 in Asheville, NC. LaMontagne will also perform at Ohana Music Festival in Dana Point, CA on September 9. Click here for tickets.

Buckethead Fall Tour

Buckethead fans living out west are having a great day. The notorious guitarist (and former Guns N’ Roses member) has just announced a fall tour with dates all around Colorad, Oregon, Utah and Idaho. This is one of his first treks since he returned from a four-year touring hiatus that spanned 2012-2016. Joining him onstage is former Primus drummer Brian “Brain” Mantia and longtime bassist Dan Monti onstage. Click here for tickets.

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