Fall concert dates for Matisyahu and Widespread Panic are just some of the updates outlined in the daily tour recap for September 16, as...

Fall concert dates for Matisyahu and Widespread Panic are just some of the updates outlined in the daily tour recap for September 16, as compiled by TicketNews.

Hasidic reggae star Matisyahu unveiled his plans for a fall North American tour. The unique recording artist is supporting his third studio album, “Light,” which was nearly two years in the making. The seven-week trek begins in mid-October and wraps up by the second week of December.

Southern jam band Widespread Panic will also spend much of the season on the road. The group will first complete a round of dates with the Allman Brothers Band before going solo for another late-year run.

Those are the complete concert and tour reports for this Wednesday, but that’s not it for the updates. Additional artist itineraries for the coming months are outlined in brief below:

Devo will perform 14 shows in seven cities as part of a month-long tour of North America this November. The special outing will take the quirk-rock group from coast to coast, beginning with November 3-4 shows at Music Box at Fonda Theater in Los Angeles, CA, and ending with November 23-24 performances at Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, ON. The remainder of the itinerary features sets on November 6-7 at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, CA; November 8-9 at Moore Theatre in Seattle, WA; November 12-13 at Vic Theatre in Chicago, IL; November 15-16 at 9:30 Club in Washington, DC; and November 20-21 at the Fillmore at Irving Plaza in New York, NY.

Rufus Wainwright will hit a handful of U.S. concert halls this season for a handful of late fall show dates. Seven dates are booked at this point: October 1 at Merrill Auditorium in Portland, ME; October 2 at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, NH: October 3 at The Klein in Bridgeport, CT; November 7 at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts in Scottsdale, AZ; November 8 at Benaroya Hall in Seattle, WA: November 14 at Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth, TX; and November 16 at Paramount Theatre in Austin, TX.

15 for $15 with Napster!Eddie Izzard plans to bring his latest stand-up comedy act to America early next year in the form of The Big Intimacy Tour: Stripped Too. The acclaimed funnyman will spend the remainder of this year mapping dates in the UK and Europe before launching his U.S. expedition on January 8 at the United Center in Chicago, IL. His other currently confirmed stops are January 12 at TD Garden in Boston, MA; January 16 at Madison Square Garden Arena in New York, NY; January 21 at American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX; January 23 at Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA; and his current tour-closing dates of January 29-30 at Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.

Maxwell is little more than a week away from starting the latest leg of his fast-selling BLACKsummers’night Tour. The rebounding R&B crooner already had plans to be on the road from September 25 at Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON, through October 21 at Lakefront Arena in New Orleans, LA. Now he has a few more shows to add to the mix on October 10 at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock, AR; October 20 at FedExForum in Memphis, TN; and October 23 at 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore, MD. The North American dates will be followed by a year-end jaunt across the UK and mainland Europe.

Eagles of Death Metal will take flight early next month with extensive international touring plans, which include a November tour with the Arctic Monkeys. EODM are booked from October 8 at Grand Hall in Trondheim, NOR, through November 30 at the O2 Academy in Liverpool, ENG. Along the way, the rockers will stop for more than 30 gigs, including October 11 at KB Halle in Malmo, SWE; October 19 at longhorn in Stuttgart, GER; November 1 at HMV Picture House in Edinburgh, SCO; and November 9 at Skaters Palace in Muenster, GER.