This is Tour Guide, a weekly recap of the concert news music fans don’t want to miss. Basically, run — don’t walk — to get these tickets.

Fall Out Boy are taking your favorite bands on tour this summer
With their eighth studio album, So Much (For) Stardust, imminent, Fall Out Boy have announced a summer run called So Much For (Tour) Dust. Even better, they’re bringing along some of your favorites from the past two decades, including Bring Me The Horizon, Alkaline Trio, New Found Glory, Four Years Strong, the Academy Is…, Royal & the Serpent, Games We Play, Daisy Grenade, and CARR. The band will kick off the run June 21 in their hometown of Chicago at Wrigley Field. Presale for So Much For (Tour) Dust goes on sale Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. local time. General tickets will be available for purchase Feb. 3 at 10 a.m. local time. —Neville Hardman

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Cavetown is bringing his friends on tour with him

Get ready for a wholesome concert experience. Bedroom-pop artist Cavetown is setting out on the Bittersweet Daze tour across the U.S. this summer and bringing a handful of hand-picked guests along, including friends and fellow alt-pop artists mxmtoon, Ricky Montgomery, and grentperez. To continue the work Cavetown has been doing with his recently launched LGBTQ+ organization This Is Home Project, a dollar from every ticket on the tour sold will be donated to the initiative. Tickets registered for the fan pre-sale are available now, and the public on-sale kicks off Friday, Feb. 3 at 12 p.m. ET. —Sadie Bell

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Bartees Strange has curated a must-see festival in Canada
Every year, the Canadian music festival Sled Island lets a revered artist help curate its lineup. Naturally, Bartees Strange is bringing some pristine taste to the 2023 roster. This year’s Sled Island takes place June 21-25 at different venues across Calgary, featuring Pom Pom Squad, Dehd, Helado Negro, Emma Ruth Rundle, Mannequin Pussy, SPELLLING, THICK, Gulfer, and more. Grab your passes now. —Neville Hardman

Beyoncé announced her highly-anticipated Renaissance tour

With the amount of major, stadium tours announced in late 2022, it already seemed like 2023 was shaping up to be a big year for investing in concert tickets. Well, it's time to open up the wallet again, because the moment pop fans have been waiting for has arrived: Beyoncé finally announced new tour dates. Queen Bey will be taking her Grammy-nominated album Renaissance across Europe and North America from May to September. This marks her first tour since 2018's co-headlining On The Run II tour with Jay-Z, and it should be a great show, considering the house and dance elements that fuel Renaissance. In order to get tickets, the Bey Hive will need to register for Verified Fan Registration, which kicks off either Feb. 6, Feb. 9, or Feb. 16, depending on what date you're purchasing tickets for. Check out the full slate of dates here and the registration process here. —Sadie Bell

Yves Tumor’s next era comes with a massive world tour
To coincide with their new album, Praise A Lord Who Chews But Which Does Not Consume; (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds)Yves Tumor is heading out on a world tour that promises to stun. After a gripping run last year where glam, psychedelia, and electronic music coalesced, the next evolution of their live show is sure to push even more boundaries. The tour makes its debut at Coachella in April and will include stops in LA, Detroit, and Seattle, among others. Pretty Sick will support all shows, with Izzy Spears, Frost Children, Nation, and Evanora:Unlimited on select dates. Don’t miss one of the year’s best rock shows and grab tickets now. —Neville Hardman

The Smile return for a second round of North American dates
Seeing the Smile is almost as good as seeing a Radiohead show. Named one of our 2022 albums of the year, the band — featuring Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, and Tom Skinner — are taking their debut studio album, A Light for Attracting Attention, back on the road this June. The run will launch June 21 in Mexico City, making stops in Austin, Richmond, Philadelphia, Cleveland, and other cities. Presale tickets are available now, and general on-sale begins Feb. 3 at 10 a.m. local time. —Neville Hardman