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.
Steve Lacy celebrates Gemini Rights with new live dates
From front to back, Steve Lacy’s new record Gemini Rights is stunning; now, he’s taking it out on the road. The “Give You The World” tour launches Oct. 2 in Denver, with the guitarist making stops in Chicago, Boston, Richmond and more before concluding in LA. Get all the information here.
The 1975 hit the road
With their new album Being Funny in a Foreign Language slated for October, the 1975 are taking their charm to a city near you this fall. In November, the band will hit over a dozen destinations, including Nashville, Portland, San Francisco and more. Queue up their buoyant new track “Happiness” and grab tickets now.
Deftones tap Turnstile, Freddie Gibbs and more for Dia de los Deftones
After a two-year hiatus, Dia de los Deftones is back. This November, the one-day festival in San Diego will boast a stellar lineup featuring Turnstile, Freddie Gibbs and Destroy Boys, among others. Score your pass here.
The Magnetic Fields will traverse Europe
European fans, this one’s for you. At the end of August, the Magnetic Fields will embark on a short run overseas, with stops in Leeds, Bristol, Glasgow, Dublin and more. Australian singer-songwriter Darren Hanlon will open. Don’t wait — get your tickets now.