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Ghost Close Canadian Tour Dates With Wild Toronto Ritual
A Ghost show isn’t really just a rock concert, its much like a religious ceremonial event, filled with glamorous costumes, religious-like rites and mass singalongs; except this ritual isn’t for the glory of God, it’s more of a blasphemous passage to rock your ass off.
For those that haven’t attended a Ghost concert, the band is led by its colourful leader Papa Emeritus IV (performed by founder Tobias Forge), who dresses in a series of different outfits, ranging from jacket and tails to a full pope-like gown complete with a waiving thurible. He’s accompanied by a killer band of nameless and faceless musicians known as The Nameless Ghouls. The ghouls keep growing in numbers, now adding backup singers to the lineup, giving the band a very full and exciting concert sound.
It was actually surprising to see the band perform at the Coca Cola Coliseum because the venue sold out quickly and could have easily been upgraded. In fact, it was smaller than their last appearance in the area at a packed FirstOntario Centre in 2019 when Papa Emeritus IV was just a lowly cardinal.
You see, Ghost is the perfect parody to religion – it’s parallels are so precise and blatant. It’s much like an anti-religion religious experience – and that’s what makes the band so popular.
Aside from its new leading Papa character, the ghouls have exciting new costumes this tour, looking like Steampunk inspired gasmasks with jodphurs, jackboots, epaulets, half-caped jackets and nods to military regalia from WWI and WW2. Their eyes also have red laser dots for that extra creepy added touch.
The costumes and the stage itself are centered around the Impera theme of fallen empires of the past. To hit the nail on the head, the band used its lead off track as their opening music and performed six songs from the album. For the Canadian leg of the tour, the band added in the new single Spillways.
The rest of the show was dominated by fan favourites from previous albums Meloria, Prequelle and Opus Eponymous, but they surprisingly only performed one track from the 2013 sophomore album Infestissumam (Year Zero), deciding to leave out Monstrance Clock and Secular Haze, which they performed on the last tour in 2019. Monstrance Clock was a disappointment because that was one of the initial songs that lured me into being a follower.
The Coliseum wasn’t a great sounding venue, but it was obvious that Ghost was in top form, with Papa Emeritus IV sounded better than ever. The new looks, lasers, flash pods, flames and smoke all added-up to an incredible concert experience. Fans will mark this show in similar ways that I treasure the time I saw Motley Crüe at the Coliseum on the Shout At The Devi Tour in 1984.
Support act Mastodon is an extremely heavy band that’s been around for more than 20 years and hasn’t been in Toronto since 2017, so this was a golden opportunity to catch them supporting their latest album Hushed and Grim, a double album released about a year ago. The lights were very dim and the sound was extremely loud, but those that knew them where there in force. It was an 11-song set with nearly half of it coming from the last album. Hardcore fans got Mother Puncher, a track at the very end of the show from the debut album, Remission.
Openers, newer Victoria, BC band Spiritbox were quite impressive. Lead by aggressive and highly entertaining lead vocalist Courtney LaPlante, this is a band to watch for. Their music is hard and antagonistic, but also very accessible at the same time. Depending on the music they start to make going forward, they could easily be direct competition to fan favourites like Pretty Reckless, Arch Enemy or even In This Moment. At times, LaPlante reminded me of Maria Brink without the stage props and big shows. Spiritbox sounded great, but were lit with dark colours and minimal lights, so it was hard to see the incredible effort LaPlante and the three other band members were putting out. Let’s hope Spiritbox does more shows on the Eastern side of the country soon.
Ghost with Mastodon and Spiritbox Coca Cola Coliseum Toronto, ON September 17, 2022 All Photos by Dan Savoie
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Ghost are, regardless of whether you're particularly into corpse painted, Satanic-inspired heavy metal, one band that you should not miss live. Their concerts are not simply events to watch but experiential, jaw-dropping journeys to embark upon, and here's why: The Swedish sextet, clad in black hooded gowns and pointed beard-masks (yes, this is a thing) are led by their singer, known as Papa Emeritus, who dons full skull make-up and the robes and hat of a Roman Catholic pope (aside from the upside-down crosses adorning them). As well as their appearances, the band add to the intoxicating atmosphere of their shows with a backdrop of faux stained glass windows, and burn incense to give the audience the impression of being in a church, about to undergo something more than simply watching a group of men play musical instruments on a stage. They achieve this by including the audience in their twisted act, for example during the song Body and Blood, scantily-clad women appeared at the front of the stage offering the 'Eucharist' of a goblet of blood (aka wine) to the lucky fans in the front row.
I saw Ghost at the Fillmore Silver Spring, shorty after the release of their highly anticipated second album, Infestissumam, and was, frankly, blown away by the quality of their live show. Their appearances and Satan-worshipping act are contrasted by the liveliness of their music, which while categorized as heavy or black metal, is definitely more riff and vocal-driven than most metal, with songs such as the single Monstrance Clock and even an amped-up cover of the Beatles' Here Comes The Sun as part of their catchy, dancable set.
Even if you are the biggest metal-phobe around, you should go see Ghost. If heavy metal is your jam, but you're really not into the whole make-up/ crazy outfit thing, you should go see Ghost. If you're a fan or the music but are undecided on paying for a ticket, you should most definitely go see Ghost. The entire experience is something intoxicatingly unforgettable, and you will not regret it!
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The wife and I got into the game a bit late but Ghost is as much a part of our yearly plans as is eating, sleeping, and hydrating. We were fortunate to have caught their last two rituals in Sweden last year and were able to capture video of Papa III being pulled off stage during Monstrance Clock. We were so happy that we made the trip from the states because seeing the end of Papa III in videos is nothing compared to the excitement of seeing it in person, from the barrier, and right up front. This band is very exciting to watch and being able to share the experience with my wife has made our evenings with Ghost that much better. My wife met Papa III last year and we've had the opportunity to meet Cardinal Copia 3 times this year during the meet and greets in New York and Pittsburgh. We're looking forward to meeting him again 4 more times out of the 6 rituals we'll be attending in December. We also already have our tickets and vacation planned for the 2 upcoming rituals taking place in Sweden in February 2019. When they make their way back to the states in 2019, we will begin planning our schedules around their tour dates. Here's a short back story as to why they are so important to me. My wife and I were just a couple of months away from signing the official court documents stating we were divorced. While trying to keep things amicable we would meet to discuss things and we'd often listen to Ghost. By the time they would be coming Philadelphia that year, we would have been attending as two single individuals and no longer married. We'd have fun listening to them and as that common ground grew stronger, so did we and slowly began reconciling. By the time they did come to Philadelphia that year, we attended as a happily married couple and continue to do so today. Getting my wife back, I can honestly say, is all thanks to Ghost and I couldn't be more grateful to them or happier sharing the experience with anyone else except for Kelly.
The concert at Liseberg amusement Park was amazing. They opened doors at 11:00 am and there was already like 30 people waiting for the concert impatiently. Security guards and workers of the Amusement Park were very nice and help people when there was an incident outside the park.
The concert started at 8:00 pm without any problem, the crowd went crazy when they went on stage. The setlist was the following:
- Square Hammer
- From the Pinnacle to the Pit
- Con clavi con Dio
- Per aspera ad Inferi
- Body and Blood
- Devil Church
- Year Zero
- Deus in Absentia
- Monstrance Clock.
At the end of the last show was when 2 bodyguards came on stage and dragged Papa Emeritus III from stage and Papa Emeritus Zero came in, anouncing that the party was over and a new era was about to start.
I only got into Ghost recently and caught their show last night in Toronto.
I decided to get some cheap tickets because I liked the music and thought they'd be fun to see live.
They by far exceeded anything I was expecting. The creepy church vibe, use of incense(which I have never encountered before, very nice touch!), Papa engaging the audience at every opportunity and even took a few minutes just to chit chat and kept us roaring and laughing for more. The use of costumes and masks was amazing.
Being an introvert I don't really go out much, and when I do I just kind of sit there and enjoy the music and the show. This is the first band that's made me get up from my chair and actually get into the show. Next time they come to the area, I'm definitely saving up and treating myself to WAY better seating!
Oh my Ghost, this is the live ritual gig experience your soul is crying out for. Full disclaimer: I love Ghost to bits and have been preaching my dark passion for years. Seeing them live again - this time in a bigger arena off the back of a couple more hit albums - reaffirms the faith.
Go and see Ghost and you will get a diverse setlist drawn from the band's spectacular back catalogue. You will get theatrics and pyrotechnics. You will get both humour and deep emotion, dark anthems and sublime instrumentals and an uplifting sense that you a witnessing something novel and special.
Ghost are - musically, aesthetically, spiritually - something to cherish and the live experience is one that is fun, compelling, cathartic and oh-so-damn-rock-n-roll. Go worship and have the time of your (after)life.
I can see Ghost every night and never get bored. It's not just the band and music, Tobias has created characters, including his own, for this band that are incredibly humble and patient with their fans. While the material can be considered risque, you will see children younger than 10 years old attending that are not only having the time of their lives, but participating in the meet and greets with their parents. Everything about these shows from the music, to the costumes, the characters, and the theatrics is so very much entertaining. We know as fans that there is so much more to look forward to with the future of Ghost and we'll have the opportunity to enjoy them for many more years. It is very exciting when tomorrow becomes today and you're standing in front eagerly awaiting Ashes to start.
If you have Ghost, you have everything.
Theatre; spectacle; a sense of cult worship; dark humour; thick fugs of incense; electric, otherwordly energy; lighting and atmospherics; collective frenzy; and most of all, the sweet music of the night.
Ghost are beautiful for so many reasons. Beneath their sublime subversive style - iconoclastic and gleefully irreverent - is a musical powerhouse making the most compelling and catchy rock in this epoch. The craftsmanship is incredible. The mystique is immense. It's a joy to behold in the flesh (and blood) and if you have the opportunity to absorb the spirit of Ghost in person, surrender to it.
Honestly, Ghost was one of the greatest entertainment experiences I've had. Join them in their ritual and hail your Master...
This was the best show I have ever been to (I have seen a lot too). Ghost put on an electric performance with great theatrics as well as fun conversational bits while the musicians took a couple minutes to get water, wipe the sweat off from under those masks, etc. We were also delighted by the pyrotechnics, fog machines, and surprise mummy dust confetti! Well executed and the band sounded amazing live. I wish I had gotten tickets for the following night too! I will definitely be seeing them when they come back into town. Ghost really knows how to stimulate all their fans' senses. Many thanks to the band for their commitment to their fans and the melodic tunes they share with us. Keep them coming please!!!
The Ghost show was truly amazing. For me, this was mainly due to two things:
1. Each and every member of this band knows his instrument very well, and they play their songs flawlessly and with ease. Leaving them energy to interact with the crowd while still not missing a note/beat.
2. Their concept is so well thought through. From the incense and small unveiling ritual before their set starts to the sisters of sin and perfected visual in set, movements and costumes, everything works brilliantly. And with Papa giving some background info to songs and rituals, you really get the feeling you are part of a well-oiled ritual.
I am very glad I've been to the show, and can't wait to see this band again :)
Awesome band! I had a older friend come with last night to the Stockholm show and even thou she said "It's not exactly my favourite but it was a terrific show,tunes to sing along to and this isn't the last time we do this!" with a huge smile on her face. This was my second Ritual, i love the costume changes, you really feel like your seeing a theatrical show instead of a regular concert, I'm use to sitting up front but this time sat in the balcony to see a spectacular light show and pyrotechnics, we sat in the upper balcony and could feel the heat from the pyro effects.I only wish i could have been yp front closer to Cardinal Copia,to get his blessings. Will not be the last time i go to see Ghost!
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Ghost Announce 2022 North American Tour with Mastodon and Spiritbox
The post Ghost Announce 2022 North American Tour with Mastodon and Spiritbox appeared first on Consequence .
Ghost are returning stateside for another tour kicking off in the late summer. This time around, the Swedish metal lords will be joined by Mastodon and Spiritbox , making for a powerhouse bill.
Having already conquered US arenas on their winter trek with Volbeat, Ghost have just announced the new run of headlining dates for their “Imperatour.” The month-long outing kicks off August 26th in San Diego, and runs through a September 23rd show in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday (May 20th) at 10 a.m local time via Ticketmaster , with a Live Nation pre-sale taking place on day earlier on Thursday (May 19th) using code FINALE .
Ghost released their fifth album, Impera , on March 11th, with the band embracing a ’70s arena rock sound on the LP. The single “Call Me Little Sunshine” has ascended to the top of the US rock radio chart.
Meanwhile, Atlanta metal heavyweights Mastodon returned in 2021 with their eighth studio album, Hushed and Grim , which they’ve already supported with a multi-leg co-headlining tour with Opeth.
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And Spiritbox are one of metal’s most acclaimed new acts, with their 2021 debut album, Eternal Blue , earning high praise. The Canadian band recently wrapped up a tour supporting Underoath.
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Ghost 2022 Tour Dates with Mastodon and Spiritbox: 08/26 – San Diego, CA @ Pechanga Arena San Diego 08/27 – Tucson, AZ @ Tucson Convention Center Arena 08/30 – Austin, TX @ Moody Center 08/31 – Corpus Christi, TX @ American Bank Center Arena 09/02 – Huntsville, AL @ Von Braun Center’s Propst Arena 09/03 – Duluth, GA @ Gas South Arena 09/04 – Asheville, NC @ ExploreAsheville.com Arena 09/06 – Tampa, FL @ Yuengling Arena 09/08 – Danville, VA @ Blue Ridge Rock Fest * 09/09 – Trenton, NJ @ CURE Insurance Arena 09/10 – Belmont Park, NY @ UBS Arena 09/12 – Providence, RI @ Dunkin Donuts Center 09/13 – Bangor, ME @ Cross Insurance Center 09/15 – Quebec City, QC @ Videotron Centre 09/16 – Laval, QC @ Place Bell 09/17 – Toronto, ON @ Coca Cola Coliseum 09/19 – Saginaw, MI @ Dow Event Center 09/20 – Youngstown, OH @ Covelli Centre 09/21 – Peoria, IL @ Peoria Civic Center Arena 09/23 – Green Bay, WI @ Resch Center ^
* = festival date (no Mastodon) ^ = with Carcass in place of Mastodon
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TicketSmarter makes it easy to buy Ghost - The Band tickets. The eclectic metal group is commonly called “Ghost” and formerly known as “Ghost B.C.” in the United States. Formed in Sweden in 2006, the group is noted for its dynamic metal and psychedelic rock shows. Fronted by Tobias Forge, also known as Papa Emeritus IV, Ghost - The Band consists of 7 other members known as “Nameless Ghouls.” Their full-length debut album, Opus Eponymous was released in 2010 and earned a nomination from the Swedish music organization, The Grammis. Ghost -The Band reached international success in 2015 with the release of their third album, Meliora. It peaked at number 8 on the U.S. charts and the group won the 2016 Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance for the single “Cirice.”
In 2018, Ghost - The Band embarked on A Pale Tour Named Death, bringing their show to venues like England’s Royal Albert Hall and the Forum in Los Angeles. The successful group has maintained an international presence in the world of metal music. They continue to record albums, and perform at venues around the world. Ghost -The Band tickets can be purchased through TicketSmarter.
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Ghost - The Band Tour Dates & Concert Schedule
Ghost -The Band’s schedule boasts tour dates at a variety of venues around the world. Their stage shows have drawn comparisons to major touring acts like KISS and Alice Cooper. In 2019, Ghost - The Band performed at the Swiss Life Hall in Hanover, Germany, and in 2018, they performed at U.S. venues such as the Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia and the Revention Music Center in Houston, Texas. The touring band has also shared the stage with some of the most popular names in metal music. In 2017, they performed with Iron Maiden at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto, Ontario Canada. They also appeared at the Bloodstock Festival playing alongside bands like Megadeth and Macabre. Don't miss out on the Ghost The Band tour.
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Songs from the Ghost - The Band Tour Setlist
Ghost - The Band's setlist while performing in Tampere , 11 at “TTT-klubi” included the following songs:
- The Ghost of Tom Joad
- Thunder Road
- Downbound Train
- The Promised Land
- Brilliant Disguise
- I'm on Fire
- She's the One
- Candy's Room
- Prove It All Night
- I'm Goin' Down
- Spirit in the Night
- Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
- Born to Run
- Dancing in the Dark
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Ghost Will Haunt U.S. Amphitheaters on a Summer Tour
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Papa Emeritus IV is coming to an amphitheater near you. Ghost , the Swedish hard-rock band led by the man of a thousand faces, Tobias Forge, has announced a U.S. summer tour .
Titled the Re-Imperatour U.S.A. 2023, the trek begins August 2nd in Concord, California, and plays 27 dates, wrapping up September 11th in Los Angeles. Along the way, the tour hits cities like Chicago, Milwaukee, Tampa, Austin, and Phoenix. Fellow Swedish metalheads Amon Amarth open all dates except the L.A. closer.
Ghost released their latest album, Impera , last year, a record that rails against bloated nations, empty leaders, and the glorification of stupidity. “We now have mechanisms within our own Western empire who are actively trying to, and to some degree have, created this time machine where we’re regressing,” Forge told Rolling Stone . “We’re flattening the earth. We’re submitting to stupidity, which is fucking unbelievable.”
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8 Ghost Tours In And Near Toronto
Toronto has all kinds of history, including the darker kind. So naturally, it has its fair share of haunted locations and ghost stories to be told, too. And what better time to go on a haunted ghost tour than pre-Halloween? Spooky lovers, you’re in luck. There are a ton of guided ghost walks and tours in and around Toronto for you to explore before Halloween that are sure to get you in the ‘holiday’ spirit.
Get spooked at these 8 ghost tours
Spirits of the distillery district ghost tour.
You may know and love Toronto’s Distillery District for its shopping and food, but did you know it has a morbid past? In this ghost tour, you’ll be led by a costumed guide to explore the district by lantern light and learn about the haunted locations within the Distillery District and the supernatural occurrences said to have happened there.
Toronto’s Haunted Harbour
If you enjoy ghost stories and boat tours, this is the ghost walk, or should we say sail, for you! During this immersive 90-minute experience, you’ll go on a nautical adventure in Toronto’s Haunted Harbour, set foot on a haunted island, and take an up-close look at Toronto’s mysterious Gibraltar Point Lighthouse. All while hearing about chilling tales of ghost ships, shipwrecks, and monsters lurking below the surface.
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Campus Secrets and Spectres – University of Toronto Ghost Tour
Get educated on the spooky secrets of the University of Toronto during a 75-minute ghost tour. As you explore the grounds, you’ll learn everything from tragic love stories gone horribly wrong to stories of restless spirits haunting the school.
Ghosts of the Village at Black Creek
Black Creek Pioneer Village has real-life ghost stories waiting to be told on a 75-minute tour after the sun goes down. During the ghost tour, you’ll follow your guide’s lantern around the spooky village and learn about the Woman in Yellow, haunted happenings, and more!
Niagara on the Lake
If you’re willing to go on a little drive out of the city, Niagara on the Lake has a ghost tour worth visiting. It is known as Canada’s most haunted town, after all. The tour features stories of memorable haunts and dark histories in the biggest battlefield of the War of 1812.
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About an hour away from Toronto is The Hermitage Ruins, located in Ancaster. Known for its haunted past, ghost hunters and lovers of all things spooky are known to visit this spot. The Hermitage Ruins ghost walk begins at the rarely opened Gatehouse, abandoning light for a dark exploration through the haunted woods.
Original Haunted Walk of Toronto
Experience a whole new side of Toronto during the Original Haunted Walk of Toronto. You’ll get to explore some of the creepiest places in the city while learning the spooky stories of crime, mystery, and the supernatural behind familiar Toronto spots.
Haunted Walk at Beechwood Cemetery National Historic Site
Cemeteries already give creepy vibes, even if there aren’t scary stories involved. But at Beechwood Cemetery, there is no shortage of stories to be told. From the dark history of the cemetery to ghost stories of those who rest there, at this haunted walk, you’re sure to get spooked.
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GHOST 2022 Tour Dates with Mastodon and Spiritbox – GHOST Concert Schedule
Ghost was formerly called Ghost B.C. in the US, and they are a Swedish rock group founded in Linkoping in the year 2006. We will help you in finding tickets and check out any upcoming Ghost concerts and shows in 2022!
Ghost band released a demo with three tracks and a 7-inch record entitled “Elizabeth” in 2010 and then their debut album of full-length Opus Eponymous. The track “Ritual” was picked by Kerrang! for inclusion in “The 50 most evil songs ever.” The Grammy-nominated album was extensively acknowledged and greatly made its way to the top of the charts.
Their second album and debut album Infestissumam came out in 2013 and debuted at the top of the charts in Sweden and was awarded the Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock/Metal Album. The group launched their third album of studio work, Meliora which came out in the year 2015 with great critical acclaim and record-setting sales. The album ranked number one in their native country of Sweden and eighth across the United States. The album’s opening track, “Cirice”, earned them the Grammy Award in 2016. Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance. The group recorded their 4th studio album Prequelle which was released in the year 2018. They released their 5th album called Impera In 2022.
Before their 2022 Europe tour, Tobias Forge talked about the latest EP: “Won’t release an album until we know that we are actually going on tour. The album release will coincide with the start of a tour. The actual recording will last around six weeks and then there are two to three weeks of mixing and mastering. So sometime in March, the record should be finished, but it won’t be released until after the summer.”
In addition to that, on September 1st, 2022, Ghost dropped a brand new track entitled “Hunter’s Moon” that is included in the newest blockbuster installment of the cult series of films “Halloween Kills”. “Halloween Kills,” the “Halloween Kills” soundtrack was released on October 15th, 2022 through Sacred Bones, with the film opening in theatres (and Peacock) the same day.
You can check the upcoming Ghost 2022 tour dates below! You could also check our events page for other bands .
Ghost Concert and Festival Schedules
Here are all the scheduled Ghost tour dates. If the schedule for the concert isn’t correct you can contact us and we’ll add concert dates by Ghost from 2022 to our database.
‘ Imperatour ‘ worldwide tour coming with Mastodon and Spiritbox bands.
Ghost tour across 20 countries and has 79 upcoming concerts in 2022-2023. Check out all concert dates below!
Ghost 2022 and 2023 Worldwide Tour Dates
Ghost 2022 tour dates:.
Apr. 09 – Manchester, Arena, UK Apr. 11 – London, O2 Arena, UK Apr. 13 – Glasgow, Hydro, UK Apr. 15 – Birmingham, RWA Arena, UK Apr. 17 – Rotterdam, RTM Stage Ahoy, Netherlands Apr. 18 – Paris, Accor Arena, France Apr. 19 – Cologne, Lanxess Arena, Germany Apr. 21 – Leipzig Quarterback Immobillen Arena, Germany Apr. 22 – Frankfurt, Festhalle, Germany Apr. 24 – Prague, Arena, Czech Republic Apr. 27 – Tampere, Nokia Arena, Finland Apr. 29 – Stockhom, Avicii Arena, Sweden Apr. 30 – Oslo, Spektrum, Norway May 01 – Malmo, Malmo Arena, Sweden May 03 – Brussels, Forest, Belgium May 05 – Milan, Mediolanum Forum, Italy May 07 – Barcelona, Olympic Arena Badalona, Spain May 08 – Madrid, Vistalegre Arena, Spain May 11 – Vienna, Stadthalle, Austria May 13 – Zurich, Hallenstadion, Switzerland May 15 – Hannover ZAG Arena, Germany May 16 – Munich, Olympiahalle, Germany May 18 – Budapest, Arena, Hungary
Ghost USA Tour Dates:
Aug 26: San Diego Pechanga Arena San Diego, CA Aug 27: Tucson Tucson Convention Center Arena, AZ Aug 30: Austin Moody Center, TX Aug 31: Corpus Christi American Bank Center Arena, TX Sep 02: Huntsville Von Braun Center’s Propst Arena, AL Sep 03: Duluth Gas South Arena, GA Sep 04: Asheville ExploreAsheville.com Arena, NC Sep 06: Tampa Yuengling Arena, FL Sep 08: Danville Blue Ridge Rock Fest, VA Sep 09: Trenton CURE Insurance Arena, NJ Sep 10: Belmont Park UBS Arena, NY Sep 12: Providence Dunkin Donuts Center, RI Sep 13: Bangor Cross Insurance Center, ME Sep 15: Quebec City Videotron Centre, QC Sep 16: Laval Place Bell, QC Sep 17: Toronto Coca Cola Coliseum, ON Sep 19: Saginaw Dow Event Center, MI Sep 20: Youngstown Covelli Centre, OH Sep 21: Peoria Peoria Civic Center Arena, IL Sep 23: Green Bay Resch Center, WI
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