Earlier today, we posted complete tour updates for Flashback: The Classic Rock Experience, Talib Kweli’s headlining stint for Hip Hop Live!, Missy Higgins’ supporting...

Earlier today, we posted complete tour updates for Flashback: The Classic Rock Experience, Talib Kweli’s headlining stint for Hip Hop Live!, Missy Higgins’ supporting tour dates, and Madonna’s new South American tour dates.

If you’ve already read those stories, check out the following tour tidbits before calling it a day:

The Black Kids are teaming up with The Virgins for a 21-date tour of North America, beginning September 19 in Jacksonville, FL, and running through October 16 in Solana Beach, CA. The indie rockers will be making three stops in Canada — October 4 in Montreal, QC; October 5 in Toronto, ON; and October 11 in Vancouver, BC.

Rachael Yamagata is ready to hit the road from September 20 in Ashbury Park, NJ through October 7 in Los Angeles, CA. Highlights for the tour include a two-night stand at Joe’s Pub in New York, NY, September 25-26. After finishing her solo dates, Yamagata will join up with the Hotel Café Tour on October 30 and November 1.

Boz Scaggs has expanded his current tour and added a string of shows at the Blue Note in New York, NY. Scaggs will take the stage at the club November 10-11 and again November 14-16. The additional dates expand the musician’s North American tour to 20 dates, beginning September 2 in Regina, SK, and wrapping November 20 in Annapolis, MD.

Before Marc Broussard joins up with Sara Bareilles’ headlining tour on October 9, he’s got a string of 22 solo dates to take him through the fall. His next show will be August 28 at the Roxy Theatre in Hollywood, CA, and he’ll be on his own through October 7 at Club Congress in Tuscon, AZ.

Lila Downs has an 11-city tour scheduled for September. The tour begins September 13 with a gig at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Following a September 15 performance at Town Hall in New York, NY, the jazz singer has a string of West Coast dates up until her final show, September 30 at Harris Theatre in Chicago, IL.

Seether is slated to play three Australian gigs, from November 4-6, and a date in New Zealand on November 9 before returning to the U.S. The next leg of the U.S. tour is limited to two dates, so far: November 15 in Ashbury Park, NJ, and November 19 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York, NY.

Tim Reynolds has added three dates to his fall tour with the Tim Reynolds Trio (TR3). The tour kicks off October 9 at the Pour House in Charleston, SC, and ends November 22 at the Blank Slate in Tulsa, OK. The new dates are for gigs in Plains, PA, and Troy, NY, as well as a show at the Howlin’ Wolf in New Orleans, LA.

Buckethead has nearly 50 performances scheduled for his fall tour, thanks to the addition of one show in Tulsa, OK, and four more in California. He’s scheduled to be on the road from September 12 in Fairfax, CA, through his November 22 show at the House of Blues in Anaheim, CA.

And finally…Ryan Adams is slated to open for Oasis during the band’s eight North American dates, but he’s also got an extensive solo tour set up for the fall. The tour kicks off September 7 at the Bank of American Pavilion in Boston, MA, and wraps October 17 with an Alpharetta, GA, show at Encore Park. Afterwards, he’ll be headed across the pond for 11 performances beginning November 8 in Dublin, IRE, and stretching through November 22 in Southampton, UK.