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.

Paramore announce two special LA dates on their upcoming tour

After an absence from playing shows for nearly four years, Paramore announced plans to kick off a special run of shows across the U.S. and Canada this fall.  This week, the band added two additional Los Angeles dates to the upcoming run: Oct. 20 at The Wiltern and Oct. 27 at The Belasco. The shows will allow fans to witness the larger-than-life band up close and personal in some of the most intimate venues they've played in nearly a decade. Additionally, Paramore will donate a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales to Support + Feed, an organization that aims to provide accessible plant-based food to those in need and aid in the fight against the climate crisis. With many speculating that the band are preparing to unveil the next chapter of their career, you will not want to miss any of these upcoming shows. Get tickets here.

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Bikini Kill announce 2023 North American tour dates following postponements 

This past July, riot grrrl pioneers Bikini Kill had to make the necessary decision to postpone several tour dates due to a member’s diagnosis of COVID-19. Thankfully, it's been announced that the band will make their return to the stage in spring 2023. Frontwoman Kathleen Hanna announced the new tour dates on her Instagram with the caption “Finally!!!” — and we couldn’t agree more. Grab tickets here.

YUNGBLUD is preparing to traverse the world

YUNGBLUD is kicking off a massive world tour in support of his new self-titled album, and he's announced the U.S. and Canadian leg for spring-summer 2023. The Regrettes will join him for all dates, with YUNGBLUD describing the run as “his biggest shows ever.” Additionally, he'll be joined by pop-punk mainstays Neck Deep for the U.K. dates in February 2023. Tickets go on sale Sept.16 at 10 a.m. local time here

Senses Fail to celebrate the release of Hell Is In Your Head with a stacked U.S. tour

Following the recent release of their eighth studio album, Hell Is In Your Head, post-hardcore legends Senses Fail are heading out on a stacked U.S. tour this November. Like Moths To FlamesMagnolia Park, Oxymorrons, and Can't Swim will support on select dates. Fans can expect to see material from the epic concept record Hell Is In Your Head performed live as well as several classics from their beloved catalog of memorable anthems. Catch us in the pit during “Rum Is for Drinking Not for Burning” and pick up tickets here

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Weyes Blood shares 2023 tour dates alongside an album announcement 

Weyes Blood (Natalie Mering) has announced a new studio album, And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow, out Nov. 18. To coincide with the new release, Weyes Blood will embark on the expansive In Holy Flux tour in 2023, which will hit North America, Europe and the U.K. Weyes Blood has also shared the album’s hypnotic first single “It’s Not Just Me, It’s Everybody,” and we can already tell it's shaping up to be a great year for Mering. You can sign up for early access tickets here