This week, heavy-hitters from nearly every genre gear up for another round on the road, including Coldplay, Phish and Mother Monster herself.

Coldplay ‘A Head Full of Dreams’ Tour

Despite rumors that the band may be ready to retire from the road, Coldplay has extended their dates for “A Head Full of Dreams” tour into next summer. The new leg of European dates kick off on June 6 in Munich and wrap up on July 15 in France. The band is currently enjoying some downtime from live shows, until they resume touring on November 19 in India. Click here for tickets.

Lady Gaga ‘Dive Bar’ Tour

Lady Gaga is coming to a dive bar near you! Maybe. The iconic singer has just announced the Bud Light x Lady Gaga Dive Bar Tour, set to kick off in an undisclosed location on October 5. There are also shows set for the 20th and 27th, but the whereabouts remain hazy. Fans can catch Gaga debut “Million Reasons” when Facebook Live streams the song during her October 5 performance. Click here for tickets.

Phish New Year’s Eve at Madison Square Garden

It wouldn’t be a New Year’s Eve without an announcement from Phish that they’ll be performing at Madison Square Garden. The four-night run is tradition for fans who flock from all parts of the country to see the prolific jam band ring in the new year, with this year’s festivities kicking off on Wednesday, December 28. Click here for tickets.

Dierks Bentley ‘What the Hell’ World Tour

Although he’s still in the throes of his “Somewhere on a Beach” tour, country stalwart Dierks Bentley has already announced dates for the “What the Hell” world tour. Set to kick off on January 19 in Dayton, OH, Bentley will be joined by Cole Swindell and Jon Pardi as support. The fun wraps up with a gig in Reno, NV, in early April. Click here for tickets.

Justin Bieber New Zealand & Australia Tour

Months after Justin Bieber toured his Purpose album throughout the US, he’s finally taking the show down under. The singer has just announced a series of stadium shows in Australia and New Zealand for March 2017, where he’ll be joined by special guest Martin Garrix. It kicks off March 6 in Perth–click here for tickets.

(Photo courtesy Monster Mons via Flickr.)