From Bruce to Big Boi, Macklemore to Coyote Peterson, here’s who we’re most excited to see announce tours this week.

Macklemore ‘Gemini’ Tour

Macklemore is hitting the road, sans Ryan Lewis, for what he is calling the Gemini tour. See the pop star perform recent singles “Marmalade” and “Glorious,” plus whatever new material he’s been cooking up since his last release. The tour kicks off on October 6 in Portland, OR, and wraps up on November 14 in Boston, MA. Click here for tickets.

Coyote Peterson National Book Tour

Wilderness adventurer and animal expert Coyote Peterson is gearing up for a new expedition. The 36-year-old YouTube sensation will set out… on a book tour. Catch the “Brave Wilderness” star throughout North America promoting his new novel of short stories titled Coyote Peterson’s Brave Adventures: Wild Animals In A Wild World. The first nine stops announced will take place on the East Coast, starting in NYC on September 15. Click here for tickets.

Big Boi ‘Daddy Fat Staxxx’ Tour

In support of his new solo record, Boomiverse, Big Boi (of Outkast fame) has announced a solo tour. The “Daddy Fat Saxxx Tour” begins on with a festival performance on September 2 at North Coast Music Festival, followed by stops at Hopscotch Music Festival in Raleigh and the Meadows fest in NYC. Also on the docket are gigs in Virginia, Vermont, Boston and Detroit. Click here for tickets.

David Crosby Fall Tour

Singer/songwriter stalwart David Crosby will hit the road this fall, having just announced a string of dates in support of his new solo album. Hear tunes off the experimental jazz record, Sky Trails, starting on October 30 in Chicago, followed by dates in Boston, NYC, Nashville and Atlanta. Crosby will wrap things up on December 9 in Clearwater, FL at the Capitol Theater. Click here for tickets.

Bruce Springsteen on Broadway

The Boss is taking his act from the concert stage to the Broadway stage. The iconic rocker has just announced an eight-week residency at the Walter Kerr Theatre slated for the fall. The gig will be called, fittingly, “Springsteen on Broadway,” and runs from October 12 to November 26. Expect intimate solo performances plus selections from his 2016 autobiography Born to Run. Click here for tickets.