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Catch Emma Ruth Rundle, Momma and more on the road

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.

Emma Ruth Rundle unveils headlining 2023 North American tour

Around this time last year, Emma Ruth Rundle released her fifth solo album Engine of Hell. Now, she’s finally getting an opportunity to perform the songs live. The singer-songwriter has her spring plans mapped out, announcing a nationwide run in support of her latest two works, Engine of Hell and this year’s Orpheus Looking Back EP. The tour will kick off March 24 at Vancouver’s Saint James Hall and wrap up April 9 at New York’s Le Poisson Rouge. Patrick Shiroishi, an experimental saxophonist best known for his free-jazz work, will open. Tickets can be found here. —Anissa Sanchez

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Momma will hit the road supporting Alex G in Europe

Fresh off their first-ever headline tour, alt-rock duo Momma have announced their plans to join Alex G on his European tour next year. During the run, they’ll travel across Ireland, Scotland, England and more throughout March and April of 2023. Before they embark, though, the group are also slated to support Surf Curse this year and enter the new year opening for Death Cab For Cutie, where they’ll play their biggest venues to date. Tickets can be purchased here. —Anissa Sanchez

Show Me The Body will support Trouble The Water with a 2023 run

Show Me The Body make the type of pummeling music that must be witnessed live. To support their new album, Trouble The Water, the hardcore trio are hitting the road. The band will kick off in Philadelphia Feb. 9, making stops in more than 30 cities before concluding in their hometown of NYC March 24. Scowl, Jesus Piece, Zulu and TRiPPJONES will support the band across the tour. You can grab tickets Oct. 28 at 10 a.m. local time here. —Neville Hardman


Unknown Mortal Orchestra break a four-year spell with their 2023 headline tour

It’s been a long four years since Unknown Mortal Orchestra hit the road. Luckily, that’s set to change next year, with the band embarking on a headline tour across North America and the U.K. Kicking off in March 2023, UMO will hit several cities, including Seattle, Denver and Detroit, among others. Listen to “I Killed Captain Cook,” a tribute to Ruban Nielson’s mother and a preview of their new double album, while you wait to grab tickets Oct. 28 at 10 a.m. local time here. —Neville Hardman