It’s been an exciting week of tour announcements in the music world. Here’s a recap of who we’re most excited to see hit the road.

Dead & Company Winter Tour

It’s been almost two months since Fare Thee Well, the last of the Grateful Dead’s “Core Four” performances together. But since that time Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann have announced a new project together sans Phil Lesh, and including none other than John Mayer. Entitled “Dead & Company,” the foursome will head out this winter for an eight-date tour, plus two nights at Madison Square Garden in NYC for Halloween. Click here for more info.

The Weeknd ‘The Madness’ North American Tour

The Weeknd has been blowing up the charts lately with his smash hit “I Can’t Feel My Face,” and now he’s cashing in on his popularity by announcing a North American tour. Slated for November through December, the dates are heavy in Canadian stops as the singer hails from Ontario. Click here for more info.

Underoath Reunion Tour

Earlier this year Christian metalcore band Underoath announced they’d be reuniting for headlining slots at South by So What?! and Self Help Fest. Exciting news for fans of the band who went splitski in 2013. Even more exciting is when they went on to announce a full length reunion tour slated for the spring of next year. The “Rebirth” tour will take place throughout March and April, click here for more info

Paul McCartney ‘Out There’ Tour

The Macca is still performing behind his 2014 release, Out There, and he’s just added five fall dates to his roster (likely with more to come). So far, everybody’s favorite Beatle will perform in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Canada, Michigan and New York. Known for putting on an insane live show, you don’t want to miss out on your chance to see Sir Paul in ‘da flesh. Click here for more info.

Azealia Banks Fall Tour

After receiving a healthy amount of flak for her last-minute tour cancellation with K. Michelle, rapper Azealia Banks quickly announced a fresh batch of solo dates taking place throughout November and one date in October. The “212” singer will be hitting the road in support of her latest album, Broke With Expensive Taste. Click here for more info.