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.

Metallica are bringing Architects, Ice Nine Kills, more along for a massive world tour

Metallica are back with a pummeling new single, “Lux Æterna,” ahead of their 12th studio record, 72 Seasons (out April 14). Appropriately, the heavy-metal legends will embark on a two-year world tour in support of the release. Kicking off the run April 27 in Amsterdam, the band will make stops in several cities until September 2024. Support includes AP digital cover stars Architects, Ice Nine Kills, Pantera, Five Finger Death Punch and Mammoth WVH. Tickets are on sale now here. —Neville Hardman


The Wonder Years announce The Hum Goes on Forever U.S. tour

Following the release of their staggering seventh studio album, The Hum Goes on Forever, this past September, the Wonder Years will head out on a U.S. tour in support of its release this winter. The tour begins Feb. 17 in Richmond, Virginia, hitting cities from coast to coast before wrapping up in Wilmington, Delaware for two nights March 25-26. Emo-revivalists Hot Mulligan and Philadelphia punk trio Carly Cosgrove will support. Additionally, the Wonder Years have asked fans to submit their dream setlists for the tour via Instagram. Chances are, they will perform a career-spanning set each night. Tickets go on sale Dec. 2 at 10 a.m. local time here. —Alessandro DeCaro


Ride and the Charlatans (UK) announce co-headlining BetweenNowhere North America tour

Ride and the Charlatans (UK), who are both two of the most underrated acts to come out of the early ‘90s Britpop and shoegaze scenes, have announced a North American co-headling tour this winter. Additionally, both bands will use the run as an opportunity to celebrate and perform their most beloved albums in their entirety, including Ride’s classic 1990 record Nowhere and the Charlatan’s 1992 release Between 10th and 11th. Tickets go on sale Dec. 2 at 10 a.m. local time here. Alessandro DeCaro


Primavera Sound 2023 unveils a positively stacked lineup in Spain

Primavera Sound’s 2023 lineup will make you want to book a flight to Spain, stat. Next year’s roster hosts tons of exciting and forward-thinking acts, including Halsey, Turnstile, Kendrick Lamar, PinkPantheress, DARKSIDE, Rosalía, Death Grips, Sudan Archives, Yves Tumor, FKA twigs and plenty more. The three-day event will take place over two weekends this spring, with the first occurring in Barcelona (June 1-3) and the second in Madrid (June 8-10). Grab your passes now. —Neville Hardman


Vagabon will join Weyes Blood on tour in 2023

Vagabon, aka Lætitia Tamko, has announced dates supporting Weyes Blood on her In Holy Flux tour in 2023. With Weyes Blood fresh off her gorgeous new album, And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow, Vagabon will surely have a packed audience to perform to each night. The run begins March 13 in Milwaukee and concludes April 2 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Grab tickets here. —Neville Hardman