Another week, another round of major tour announcements. This week is heavy on comebacks and reunions, as we’ll finally get the chance to see the Dixie Chicks, Ween and Tool hit the road. Read all about it below.

Dixie Chicks “DCX MMXVI” World Tour

The best trio in country music have announced a comeback. Entitled the “DCX MMXVI World Tour,” the shows will kick off on June 1 in Cincinnati, OH, at the Riverbend Music Center, followed by stops in the Northeast, Toronto and Pacific Northwest. They’ll also perform throughout Europe during the spring. Click here for more info.

Ween Reunion Tour

Although not a full-fledged “tour,” Ween is finally reuniting for a run of shows this winter. Taking place at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, CO, on February 12, 13 and 14, the concerts will include all of the band’s original members. Seems Gene and Dean have finally buried the hatchet! For now, at least. Click here for more info.

Tool Winter Tour With Primus

Tool is back, baby! After a long legal battle and never-ending rumors of a new album, the band has finally released a batch of tour dates for January. The best part? They’ll be joined by Primus. The worst part? The dates are only for the South and Southwest. Click here for more info.

Adam Lambert “The Original High” Tour

Sure, no dates or real information have been announced yet, but that doesn’t mean we’re not excited for Adam Lambert’s upcoming North American tour. In support of his new album, The Original High, the singer (and Queen frontman) will perform throughout the world, including a string of overseas dates beginning on December 31. Click here for more info.

Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire “Heart & Soul” Tour

Rock and pop music greats, Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire, have announced a joint run of shows for next year. The “Heart and Soul” Tour will take place in the summer of 2016, beginning on July 15 on the West Coast and ending on September 6 on the East Coast. Click here for more info.