New year, new tour announcements. Let’s get to it.

Father John Misty ‘I Love You, Honeybear’ Tour

Father John Misty (or, Josh Tillman) released I Love You, Honeybear last February to critical acclaim, and now he’s hitting the road to support it. His upcoming tour begins on March 30 at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA, and wraps up on April 30 at The Beacham in Orlando, FL. Click here for more info.

David Cross ‘Making America Great Again!’ Tour

Comedian/actor David Cross is returning to his stand-up roots. The funny-man has announced plans for his first comedy tour in six years, entitled “Making America Great Again!” which takes place from January to April. Click here for more info.

CeeLo Green Southern Tour

Although he’s taken a break from his coaching chair on “The Voice,” CeeLo green is stepping back into the musical spotight. The singer/writer/producer has announced a tour through the South, in which he’ll perform his favorite songs at special, intimate venues. It begins on March 1 in D.C. and concludes on March 13 in Raleigh, NC. Click here for more info.

Drive-By Truckers Spring Tour

Georgia rockers Drive-By Truckers are also throwing their hat into the spring touring ring, after announcing dates earlier this week. From March 3 to April 17 they’ll perform up and down the East Coast, plus dates in Texas and Oklahoma. They’re also included on the lineup for Todos Santos Music Festival held in Mexico this month, plus a three-night-run in their hometown of Athens, GA, from February 11-13. Click here for more info.

Epic Coachella Lineup

OK, so this isn’t really a tour. But we can’t let the week pass by without commenting on the epic 2016 Coachella lineup and all of the bands its bringing out of retirement. Ahem–LCD Soundsytem and Guns N’ Roses? While we wait for the aforementioned groups to announce tours of their own, let’s revel in the glory awaiting us in Indio, CA, this April. Click here for more info.

(Image courtesy of Ralph Arvesen via Flickr.)