This week John Mayer ditches the Dead for a tour of his own, and The Chainsmokers ready for their first headlining jaunt. Here’s who we’re most excited to see hit the road.

John Mayer Spring Tour

In support of his new LP, The Search for Everything, John Mayer has announced an April tour. The 15-date trek of the same name will kick off on March 31 at Albany’s Time Union Center, followed by stops in major cities throughout North America. After a European jaunt two weeks later, the guitarist will return home and gear up for his tour with Dead & Company. Click here for tickets.

Kings of Leon Spring/Summer Tour

Kings of Leon is back with another batch of tour dates that’ll take them halfway through 2017. The band is currently in the midst of a European trek, but they’ll be back stateside starting on April 28 with a show at Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, CA. After that, catch them in the Southwest, East Coast and Midwest, before they wrap things up on August 26. Click here for more info.

Tycho North American Tour

Grammy-nominated trio Tycho has announced another batch of tour dates in support of their critically-acclaimed album Epoch. After a slew of shows in Australia, New Zealand and Europe, you can catch them in major North American cities starting with a slot at this year’s Coachella. Click here for tickets.

The Chainsmokers ‘Memories: Do Not Open’ Tour

Although 2017 has just begun, The Chainsmokers are already having a great year. The duo are nominated for three Grammys (including Best New Artist), have a full-length album in the works, and have just announced dates for a 40-city tour. Dubbed Memories: Do Not Open, the fun begins on April 13 with a performance at Miami’s American Airlines Arena followed by stops all around North America. Click here for tickets.

Nickelback ‘Feed the Machine’ Tour

Nickelback is kind of like the word “YOLO” in that it got talked about as a joke so frequently that it actually became a serious thing. So with that said, we’re happy to announce that Nickelback will be hitting the road for a massive 2017 trek. The Feed the Machine tour will stretch from summer to fall, kicking off on June 23 at Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville, IN. Click here for tickets.

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