Lady Gaga is heading to Vegas. Carrie Underwood is “crying pretty.” The Internet are finally headlining shows. Travis Scott is throwing a festival. And Bob Dylan, well, he’s just being Bob Dylan.

Here’s this week’s list of hottest tour announcements.

Lady Gaga Las Vegas Residency

After teasing fans with the news last December, Lady Gaga has finally nailed down dates for her Las Vegas residency. The 27-show stretch will take place at the newly renovated Park Theatre, with shows beginning on December 28 and running through November 8, 2019. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Travis Scott ‘Astroworld’ Festival

Last week Travis Scott dropped his new album Astroworld, and in addition to a promise of “a future tour” he also announced his very own Astroworld Festival. Set for November 17 at NRG Park in Houston, the event aims to bring back the vibe of Houston’s old AstroWorld amusement park (the inspo for the rapper’s album). Scott will of course headline, but the rest of the lineup is still TBA. Browse tickets & tour dates

Carrie Underwood ‘Cry Pretty’ Tour

In support of her upcoming album Cry Pretty, Carrie Underwood has announced a massive tour. The only catch? You’ll have to wait until 2019 to see the singer in action. Though the country star’s album is due out on September 14, the tour won’t kick off until May 1 in Greensboro, NC at the Greensboro Coliseum. Also on the docket are stops in Las Vegas, Portland, Toronto, St. Louis and Milwaukee–and that’s just the summer leg. Browse tickets & tour dates

Bob Dylan Southern Fall Tour

Bob Dylan has announced US tour dates for the fall. The iconic songwriter will make stops throughout the South, winding from Texas through Florida and up to Virginia. He hits the road October 9 for a performance at the Wagner Noel PAC in Midland, TX, and wraps things up on November 10 at the Berglund Performing Arts Theatre in Roanoke, VA. Browse tickets & tour dates

The Internet ‘Hive Mind’ Tour

Six-piece R&B collective The Internet have an exciting fall ahead of them. In support of their new album, Hive Mind, the group has announced a lengthy headlining tour that will keep them on the road from October through mid-December. In addition to their own trek, they’ll also serve as support for five upcoming Gorillaz shows plus a slot at this year’s Demon Dayz Festival. Browse tickets & tour dates