Indie is still alive, Pink is still touring, and Trey Anastasio just can’t keep away from the stage.

Here’s the week’s hottest tour announcements.

Trey Anastasio Solo Acoustic Tour

When he’s not axe-slaying for Phish, or fronting the Trey Anastasio Band, prolific musician Trey Anastasio likes to tour on his own. The guitarist has just announced another batch of solo acoustic tour dates, this time set for December and on the West coast. Catch him starting on December 3 in Mesa, AZ and ending on December 15 in Boulder, CO. Browse tickets & tour dates

Death Cab for Cutie US Summer/Fall Tour

Death Cab for Cutie are gearing up to release their ninth studio album, which can only mean one thing: they’re going on tour to promote it. Catch the indie-emo stalwarts starting September 24 in Eugene, OR at the Hult Center for Performing Arts, followed by stops along the West Coast, Midwest and East Coast (so essentially all of the United States). The final show will take place on October 23 in Orlando, FL at the Hard Rock Live. Browse tickets & tour dates

Angel Olsen ‘Tiny Dreams’ Solo Tour

Angel Olsen is hitting the road for her first solo tour of the US in four years. The “Shut Up Kiss Me” musician will kick things off on May 20 in Brooklyn, NY, followed by stops in California, the Pacific Northwest, Denver, Austin and Harrisburg, PA. It concludes with a performance at Mass MOCA, a massive contemporary art museum in Western Massachusetts, on September 29. The shows are in support of her new album, Phases, which is a collection of B-sides, rarities and demos. Browse tickets & tour dates

Father John Misty ‘God’s Favorite Customer’ Tour

Father John Misty has been announcing shows behind his new album, God’s Favorite Customer, in fits and spurts. But earlier this week the tongue-in-cheek musician finally dropped a full-fledged tour. In addition to some overseas dates, catch him on US soil starting June 16 at Mountain Jam festival and wrapping up on October 11 at Austin City Limits. Jenny Lewis will join him for select dates. Browse tickets & tour dates

Pink ‘Beautiful Trauma’ 2019 Tour

Not to be confused with her massive Beautiful Trauma tour that kicked off back in March (and continues through June 2), Pink has announced another whopping batch of concerts set for 2019. Save the date(s) for spring/summer, with the new shows kicking off on March 1 at the BB&T Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The additional leg of concerts will wrap up on May 21 at Madison Square Garden. Browse tickets & tour dates

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