This week, rapper Game makes his return along with Toni Braxton and Regina Spektor. Plus, Phish releases yet another batch of tour dates, and Morrissey decides not to retire after all. Here’s who we’re most excited to see hit the road.

Phish Fall Tour

Just after their summer tour wrapped up, prolific jam band Phish have announced plans for the fall. This time, the South East will see some love from the quartet, as it kicks off on October 14 in South Carolina and wraps up on October 25 in Texas. They’ll also perform a three-night Halloween run in Las Vegas from the 28-31st. Click here for more info.

Toni Braxton ‘The Hits’ Tour

R&B goddess Toni Braxton is back in the spotlight with her upcoming “Hits” tour. Expect classics like “Unbreak My Heart,” “Breathe Again” and more, as she is set to take off on October 8 in Oakland, CA, at the Paramount Theatre. Currently the final stop is slated for November 12 in Atlantic City. Click here for more info.

Morrissey Fall Tour

Despite threats of retiring, it seems Smiths frontman Morrissey isn’t ready to hang up his touring hat quite yet. Beginning on September 17 at Riot Fest Chicago, catch the Moz in Philly, Brooklyn, and throughout Japan and Australia. On November 9 he’ll return stateside for a run through the West Coast. Click here for more info.

Regina Spektor UK Tour

Singer/songwriter/pianist Regina Spektor has announced a rare run of concerts slated for November. The four shows will take place in the UK, starting on the 9th in Gateshead and ending on the 14th at the London Royal Festival Hall. The shows are in support of her seventh album, Remember Us To Life. Click here for more info.

The Game ‘The 1992’ Tour

It’s been a minute, but The Game is finally returning to the U.S. for “The 1992” Tour. Starting on August 26 in Oakland, CA, catch the rapper throughout the West Coast, South East and Midwest, currently wrapping up on October 6 in Portland, OR. More dates TBA–click here for more info.


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