Some pop, some punk, and some pop punk.

Green Day ‘Revolution Road’ Tour

After a four-year gap, Green Day has finally announced plans for a new album, Revolution Road, due out on October 7. In support of the new material, the band has announced a lengthy North American and European tour kicking off on September 20 in St. Louis, MO, at The Pageant. It currently wraps on February 8 in London, plus two June festival appearances in Germany. Click here for tickets.

Mike Gordon Band Tour

Phish bassist Mike Gordon has just announced plans for the winter. Following the jam band’s fall tour, Gordon will hit the road starting on November 18 at Delmar Hall in St. Louis, MO. He’ll be joined by his backing band that features Scott Murawski, John Kimock, Robert Walter and Craig Meyers. The tour wraps up with a three-night stint in Boston at The Sinclair. Click here for tickets.

Ariana Grande ‘Dangerous Woman’ Tour

Pop starlet Ariana Grande delighted her hoards of fans yesterday when she revealed dates for her “Dangerous Woman” tour. In support of her recent album of the same name, the singer will kick off a 36-date US trek starting in Phoenix, AZ, on February 2. Currently, the run is slated to end on April 15 in Orlando, FL, but Grande has promised her international fans that more dates will be announced soon. Click here for tickets.

Stevie Nicks ’24 Karat Gold’ Tour

In leu of a two-year Fleetwood Mac hiatus, rock goddess Stevie Nicks has decided to hit the road for a solo tour. Still promoting her most recent album, 2014’s 24 Karat Gold: Songs From the Vault, catch the iconic musician from late October to mid December, kicking off on Phoenix, AZ, at the Talking Stick Resort Arena and wrapping up at The Forum in Los Angeles. Click here for tickets.

NOFX Fall Tour

Legendary political punk-rockers NOFX are back with their 13th studio album and a fall tour to boot. Kicking off on November 2 at the Crystal Ballroom in Portland, OR, catch Fat Mike and company throughout the Pacific Northwest, Canada and Midwest, before wrapping up on November 18 in Dallas, TX, as Gas Monkey Live. Click here for tickets.