This week is heavy in hip-hop and Hamilton, plus the pop-punk band that started it all. Here’s who we’re most excited to see hit the road.

Chance the Rapper ‘Magnificent Coloring World’ Tour

In support of his new album, Coloring Book, Chance the Rapper is hitting the road for a fall tour. It begins on September 15 with a performance in San Diego, CA, followed by stops in Vegas, Chicago, NYC and New Orleans. The last date is set for San Francisco on October 21. Overseas dates to be announced soon! Click here for tickets.

Descendents ‘Hypercaffium Spazzinate’ Tour

Before there was Blink 182 and Green Day, there was the Descendents. The seminal pop-punk band is back with a new album, their first since 2004, and have announced a supporting tour. It kicks off on September 2 at Riot Fest, and wraps up on November 12 in Portland, OR. Click here for tickets.

Childish Gambino ‘Pharos’ Festival

The always-inventive Childish Gambino (aka Donald Glover) has just announced plans for an upcoming album and tour. To debut the new tunes, Glover has put together a three-day concert called “Pharos” held at Joshua Tree, CA, from September 2-4. A full tour is expected to be announced shortly thereafter. Click here for tickets.

Hamilton National Tour

Broadway’s hottest play is hitting the road for a national tour. Starting in March 2017, the 11-time Tony-winning musical is scheduled for stops in San Francisco, Washington DC, Boston and more, plus additional cities to be announced soon. Click here for tickets.

M83 Fall Tour

In support of frontman Anthony Gonzalez’s new album, Junk, M83 has tacked on even more tour dates to his already extensive itinerary. The new shows will kick off in October, and include support from Shura and Yeasayer for varying dates. Click here for tickets.