This week Macklemore & Kesha team up for a tour, while Bob Weir and Phil Lesh announce their first-ever duo trek. Check out who we’re most excited to see hit the road for this week’s list of hottest tours.

Bob Weir & Phil Lesh Duo Tour

After more than 50 years of performing live music together, Phil Lesh and Bob Weir are finally heading out on a joint “duo” tour slated for next year. The Grateful Dead members will hit the road for a three-city, six-show run that begins with New York City’s Radio City Music Hall on March 2 and 3. Browse tickets & tour dates.

The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore Tour

Kesha and Macklemore are joining forces for an epic summer tour. The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore Tour will kick off on June 6 at the Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix, AZ, followed by stops along the West Coast, South and Midwest. The second half of July will see them on the East Coast, with the tour coming to a close August 5 at Tampa’s MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre. Browse tickets & tour dates.

Alice in Chains Spring Tour

Despite being hard at work on a new album, Alice in Chains are still finding time to hit the road next spring. Catch the rock n’ roll stalwarts starting on April 28 in Boston at the House of Blues. Also on the docket is stops in Toronto, New York City, Atlanta and Chicago. The end of the tour is marked by three festival performances: Rock on the Range on May 18, WMMR BBQ on May 19, and Tons of Rock Festival on June 21. Browse tickets & tour dates.

G-Eazy ‘Beautiful and Damned’ Tour

In honor of his latest album, The Beautiful & Damned (which dropped today), G-Eazy is hitting the road for a winter tour. Catch the Oakland rapper from February 15 to March 20, with stops in Texas, California, Denver, Toronto and more. The tour comes to a close with a show at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall. Trippie Redd, Phora and Anthony Russo will join him as tour support. Browse tickets & tour dates.

David Byrne Solo Tour

Although it’s only comprised of six North American stops, David Byrne has promised that his upcoming solo tour will be his most ambitious since his time with the Talking Heads. It kicks off on March 3 at Count Basie Theatre in New Jersey and wraps up on March 9 at the Palace Theater in Waterbury, CT. After that Byrne will perform at Lollapalooza Chile and Argentina. Browse tickets & tour dates here.