It’s a big week for rock and rap, as both Metallica and Chance the Rapper ready for the road. Here’s who we’re most excited to see announce tours.

Metallica ‘WorldWired’ Tour

In support of their new album, iconic rockers Metallica have announced their first full-length U.S. tour in over seven years. The WorldWired tour kicks off on May 10 in Baltimore, MD, and wraps up on August 16 in Edmonton, Alberta. In between you can catch them throughout the Eastern Seaboard, Midwest and Southwest, plus a stint in Canada and the Pacific Northwest. They’ll also be headlining Rock on the Range Festival on May 21. Click here for tickets.

OneRepublic North American Tour

Riding high from his Grammy award (for his work on Adele’s 25), Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic has just announced a North American tour. Spanning July to September, the fun starts on July 7 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO, and wraps up on September 12 at The Woodlands in Texas. You can also catch him opening for U2 on select dates. Click here for tickets.

Chance the Rapper Spring Tour

Another artist on our list who scooped up some Grammys (actually, three), Chance the Rapper has also taken his moment in the sun to announce dates for a spring tour. Kicking off on April 24 in San Diego, CA, the trek will take the him throughout the West, Midwest, East Coast and South, plus two Canadian stops. You can also catch Chance all over the summer festival circuit, including a headlining slot at Bonnaroo. Click here for tickets.

Chris Stapleton ‘All-American Road Show’ Tour

After a super successful 2016, Chris Stapleton is back with a new set of tour dates that will take him from early spring to the dead of summer. The All-American Road Show Tour kicks off on March 9 in Houston (at the Rodeo), and is stacked with an all-star cast of musicians at varying dates. It wraps up on August 25 in Gilford, NH. Click here for tickets.

Future the ‘Nobody Safe’ Tour

After disappearing from social media earlier this year, Future is back with a new album and batch of summer tour dates. Dubbed the Nobody Safe Tour, catch the rapper all around the US (plus two dates in Canada) throughout May and June. The first show is slated for May 4 at the Fedex Forum in Memphis, TN. Click here for tickets.