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.

NOFX are going out with a bang to celebrate 40 years, 40 cities, and 40 songs per day 

After 40 years of debaucherous punk-rock glory, NOFX are ready to go out on a high note for their final tour. Following the release of the brilliantly defiant Double Album, NOFX will play 40 cities across the globe, in addition to performing 40 beloved hits, deep cuts, and full albums from their wide-spanning discography each night. While the band have yet to reveal all of the dates for the run, they did officially reveal the first initial wave of the tour, which kicks off April 22-23 in Austin, Texas at the Carson Creek Ranch for a weekend campout, complete with craft brews and a plethora of iconic punk acts including Pennywise, Circle Jerks, Face to Face, and more. Tickets, VIP, and exclusive bundles go on sale Jan. 13 here. —Alessandro DeCaro


“Life’s so fun” when MUNA announce a spring headlining tour 

Following the release of their vibrant 2022 self-titled album, MUNA are set to kick off the Life’s So Fun headlining tour this spring, with support from rising English rock duo Nova Twins. The run kicks off April 17 in Seattle at the Showbox Sodo before concluding June 16 in Manchester, Tennessee for a high-profile appearance at this year’s Bonnaroo. The queer-pop trio, who reveal that two of their members have recently entered their 30s, stress, “the implications of this cannot be understated,” and chances are, they will be bringing their A-game to every show. Tickets go on sale Jan. 13 and can be purchased here. —Alessandro DeCaro


Big Joanie mark a big milestone with their first-ever North American run

Big Joanie have a lot to celebrate lately. On top of releasing their incredible sophomore album, Back Home, late last year, the punk trio will embark on their first-ever tour of North America this spring. The band will kick off the run March 19 in Denver, Colorado and will hit a number of cities across the U.S., including an already sold-out show at Brooklyn’s Union Pool. The news accompanies a live video for “Cactus Tree,” which you can watch while you wait to get tickets, on sale Jan. 13. —Neville Hardman


Coachella announces its stacked 2023 lineup

Ever since Coachella was canceled in 2020 when Frank Ocean was slated to headline, it's been rumored that the R&B star would grace the mainstage another year. Well, it looks like 2023 is (finally!) the year. The stacked lineup for the fest, which is going down April 14-16 and April 21-23, was announced this week, featuring Bad Bunny, BLACKPINK, and Frank Ocean as toplines of the bill. All across the big and tiny fonts, it looks like it should be a great 'chella, with names like Alex G, Charli XCX, Ethel Cain, Jai Paul, Yves Tumor, and so many more heading to the desert. You can register for passes now. —Sadie Bell

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Kendrick Lamar and Foo Fighters are among this year's Bonnaroo lineup

Get your camping gear and body glitter together: It's almost time to head down to the 'roo. Manchester, Tennessee's resident major music festival is back this June for four days of live music and good vibes from June 15-18, and this week the fest announced who's set to play. Zeds Dead, Liquid Stranger, Kendrick Lamar, Odesza, and Foo Fighters headline this year, and the rest of the bill is filled out by names from across genres like Lil Nas X, Paramore, Rina Sawayama, Suki Waterhouse, and many others. Passes are available now. —Sadie Bell

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Don’t miss Paramore, Foo Fighters and Alanis Morissette headline this year’s Boston Calling

Boston Calling will return to Massachusetts for an exciting three days this May. Taking place over Memorial Day weekend (May 26-28) at Harvard Athletic Complex, the bill is teeming with tons of alternative acts both old and new. Headliners include Foo Fighters (marking their live comeback following a series of tribute shows to honor their late drummer Taylor Hawkins), Paramore, Alanis Morissette, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the Lumineers and Queens of the Stone Age. Meanwhile, the undercard hosts a slew of can't-miss acts as well, such as the Linda Lindas, the National, FLETCHER, the Flaming Lips, Loveless, and 070 Shake, among others. Grab presale tickets Jan. 12 at 10 a.m. ET. here. —Neville Hardman

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M83 share dates in support of his upcoming album

M83, the cult-loved electronic project spearheaded by Anthony Gonzalez, announced this week that their ninth studio album Fantasy is due out March 17 via Mute. To support the upcoming release, the French group will head out on an expansive U.S. tour. It should be an exciting show, too, as the band say guitars and synths will be even "more present" on the new release, and call back the "energy" of their seminal 2005 record Before the Dawn Heals Us. Tickets are now available for presale. —Sadie Bell


Sylvan Esso will play their biggest shows yet this summer

Following a packed year, Sylvan Esso — the duo of Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn — are readying themselves for some of their biggest shows yet this summer. Their No Rules tour includes slots at Bonnaroo and Hinterland Festival, as well as stops at massive venues like Red Rocks in Colorado and LA’s Greek Theatre, to support their album of the same name. GRRL, Dehd and Indigo De Souza are set to support. Presale has already begun, and you grab general on-sale tickets Jan. 13 at 10 a.m. local time. —Neville Hardman


Napa Valley’s Bottlerock Festival announces an eclectic lineup for spring 2023

Napa Valley, California, best known for its tranquil atmosphere and chic wineries is about to get a whole lot louder this May for the 2023 Bottlerock Festival. From May 26-28, the festival will feature an eclectic lineup ranging from renowned legacy acts (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Duran Duran, The Smashing Pumpkins, Wu-Tang Clan), the new wave of pop (Post Malone, Lizzo, Lil Nas X), to the best of modern alternative music (Japanese Breakfast, KennyHoopla, Phantogram) —  proving once again that Bottlerock is tailor-made for music enthusiasts of all kinds. While 3-day general admission and VIP weekend passes have already sold out, single-day GA and VIP passes will be available for purchase Jan.12 here. —Alessandro DeCaro