Capital One Arena, Oct. 4, 2019, $49.50-$99.50
Last week, Carrie Underwood announced a tour behind her sixth album, “Cry Pretty,” due next month. She also revealed another looming due date: her second child. So the country star’s “in-the-round” tour featuring an all-female bill (Maddie & Tae and Runaway June open) won’t hit D.C. until next fall.
Get tickets: Friday at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.
Warner Theatre, Oct. 19, $49-$89.
With his days in Fleetwood Mac behind him (for now), singer-guitarist Lindsey Buckingham is moving forward, releasing a new compilation, “Solo Anthology: The Best of Lindsey Buckingham,” ahead of a fall tour with a new solo band. Coincidentally (or not), his trek launches just days after Fleetwood Mac hits the road.
Get tickets: Friday at 10 a.m. via Live Nation.
The Anthem, Nov. 11, $40-$129.
Rising Atlanta rapper 6LACK used Instagram this week to announce “East Atlanta Love Letter,” a new album he’ll bring to D.C. this fall.
Get tickets: Friday at 10 a.m. using Ticketfly.
Kennedy Center, Nov. 30, $63.
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke is extending his tour behind 2014’s “Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes,” in which he performs “live electronic” versions of his solo work alongside producer Nigel Godrich and audiovisual collaborator Tarik Barri.
Get tickets: Friday at 10 a.m. through the Kennedy Center.
A Tribe Called Red
U Street Music Hall, Oct. 26, $15-$20.
Canadian DJ duo A Tribe Called Red blends the sounds of powwow music made by Native American communities with the pulsing, dance-floor beats of hip-hop, reggae, moombahton and dubstep.
Get tickets: Thursday at 10 a.m. via Ticketfly.