From Ms. Lauryn Hill to The Jesus Lizard, Central Park’s SummerStage to The Stroke’s side projects, here’s the hottest tour announcements of the week.

Ms. Lauryn Hill ‘Miseducation’ Tour

In celebration of her groundbreaking 1998 album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Ms. Lauryn Hill is hitting the road for an anniversary tour in which she’ll perform the album in full. Hear “Ex-Factor,” “Lost Ones,” “Doo Wop (That Thing)” and more starting on July 5 in Virginia Beach. The tour is currently slated to end on October 5 at the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, MO. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Neko Case North American Tour

Neko Case has added more headlining show dates to her previously announced North American tour. After spending the summer playing alongside Ray Lamontagne at pavilions and amphitheaters, she’ll spend the month of September performing in theaters and music halls with Thao (of the Get Down Stay Down) serving as tour support. Case’s additional leg of shows kick off on September 5 in Milwaukee, WI. Browse tickets & tour dates.

The Jesus Lizard September Tour

Post-hardcore band The Jesus Lizard reunited last year for their first tour since 2008. Now they’re doing it again, as the quartet announced earlier this week a string of shows set for September. Catch them in DC, Boston, Philly, Detroit, Atlanta, Seattle and Portland, plus a September 22 show at Austin City Limits. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Central Park SummerStage 2018 Lineup

Central Park’s free SummerStage program is a highlight of the year for many music lovers living in New York City. With more than 100 music and dance acts taking the stage at 18 parks throughout the five boroughs, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Musical highlights this year include Big Daddy Kane at Ford Amphitheater in Coney Island, Oh Wonder at Central Park, and Talib Kweli at Betsy Head Park. Browse the schedule here.

Julian Casablancas’ The Voidz North American Tour

Julian Casablancas (of The Strokes fame) and his side project, The Voidz, have announced even more summer tour dates. The band is slated to perform at Philly’s Boot & Saddle every Monday in June, plus multiple shows at Brooklyn’s Elsewhere Hall for a residency there. The’ll also be at Toronto’s Velvet Underground on June 22 and 23, as well as other stops around the East Coast, Chicago and Detroit. The tour comes to a close on June 30 at Higher Ground in Burlington, VT. Browse tickets & tour dates.