This week, Amy Schumer is still taking over the world, Juliette Lewis is continues to be one of our favorite people, and Yellowcard is finally breaking up. Wait… Yellowcard is still together? Here’s who we’re most excited to see announce upcoming tours.

Amy Schumer World Tour

In front of a sold-out Madison Square Garden crowd (a first for a female comedian) recently, Amy Schumer announced dates for a lengthy world tour. It kicks off on August 26 with a chunk of dates in Europe, before she heads back stateside beginning on September 15 in California. Click here for tickets.

Yellowcard Farewell Tour

After nearly 20 years together as a band, pop-punk outfit Yellowcard will be breaking up. But before they disband for good, they’ll tour behind a new, self-titled album. It’s all starting on October 6 in San Antonio, TX, at the Aztec Theater and wraps up on November 22 in their home state of Florida. Click here for tickets.

Juliette Lewis Summer Tour

Actress, singer and overall badass, Juliette Lewis, has announced dates for a summer tour. The shows kick off on July 28 at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, followed by stops in Detroit, Brooklyn, Las Vegas and more. The final date of the run is marked by a slot at Riot Fest Chicago from September 16-18. Click here for more tickets.

Die Antwoord Fall Tour

One of the most visually intriguing (aka weird AF) bands around, Die Antwoord, has revealed plans for a fall tour. Although the band hails from South Africa, they’ll be performing from Los Angeles to El Paso, Milwaukee to New Orleans, and everywhere in between. It’s all going down starting September 21 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Click here for more info.

of Montreal U.S. Tour

In support of their upcoming album, Innocence Reach, of Montreal is hitting the road for a U.S. tour. The band’s 14th album is due out on August 12, just a few weeks before the tour kicks off on September 2 in their hometown of Athens, GA. The final date will bring them back to the southern state, with a Halloween show at Atlanta’s Terminal West. Click here for more info.

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