Ghost Announce Fall 2019 North American Arena Tour


Update, 11:20am EDT, May 21st: Seven new dates have been added to this tour. All have been added below.

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Ghost are now officially an arena band. Told ya so!

Following their fall 2018 tour of theaters throughout the U.S., the band just announced a North American run for fall 2019 that will see them take the jump up to the arena level. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to many, as the band’s star has been steadily rising over the years and their most recent album, Prequelle, connected in a big way, with the band’s mythology only growing greater and greater. Ghost had previously tested the roomy, airy arena waters on their fall tour with big venue dates in Los Angeles and New York.

The tour will be playing mostly smaller markets, with the average venue capacity somewhere in the 7,000 to 8,000 range, not quite the same as the big-league arenas of New York, Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, etc. Still, the run represents a huge step up for the band, and I’d have to imagine a major market run is already in the works for 2020. Ghost will be opening for Metallica in Europe this summer.

Modern radio rockers Nothing More will be along for the ride as the support act. Tickets will be available on Tuesday, April 2nd at 10am local time for pre-sale, and Friday, April 5th to the general public. Get yours here!

September 13 Rabobank Theatre, Bakersfield, CA [Tickets]
September 14 Reno Events Center, Reno, NV [Tickets]
September 16 Theater of the Clouds at Moda Center, Portland, OR [Tickets]
September 17 Toyota Center, Kennewick, WA [Tickets]
September 19 WaMu Theatre, Seattle, WA [Tickets]
September 20 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC [Tickets]
September 21 So. Okanagan Events Centre, Penticton, BC [Tickets]
September 23 Rogers Place, Edmonton, AB NEW DATE [Tickets]
September 24 The Corral, Calgary, AB [Tickets]
September 26 Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA [Tickets]
September 27 Taco Bell Arena, Boise, ID [Tickets]
September 28 Maverik Center, West Valley City, UT  [Tickets]
September 30 Budweiser Events Center at The Ranch, Loveland, CO [Tickets]
October 1 Broadmoor World Arena, Colorado Springs, CO [Tickets]
October 3 Denny Sanford Premier Center, Sioux Falls, SD [Tickets]
October 4 Scheels Arena, Fargo, ND [Tickets]
October 5 The Armory, Minneapolis, MN [Tickets]
October 7 Resch Center, Green Bay, WI [Tickets]
October 8 TaxSlayer Centre, Moline, IL NEW DATE  [Tickets]
October 10 Covelli Centre, Youngstown, OH NEW DATE [Tickets]
October 11 Big Sandy Superstore Arena, Huntington, WVa NEW DATE [Tickets]
October 12 Exit 111 Festival, Manchester, Tennessee [Tickets]
October 14 DeltaPlex Arena, Grand Rapids, MI [Tickets]
October 15 Huntington Center, Toledo, OH NEW DATE [Tickets]
October 17 FirstOntario Centre, Hamilton, ON NEW DATE [Tickets]
October 18 Richcraft Tire Center, Ottawa, ON NEW DATE [Tickets]
October 19 Cross Insurance Arena, Portland, ME [Tickets]
October 21 DCU Center, Worcester, MA [Tickets]
October 22 The Oncenter, Syracuse, NY [Tickets]
October 24 GIANT Center, Hershey, PA [Tickets]
October 25 Cure Insurance Arena, Trenton, NJ [Tickets]
October 26 Cool Insuring Arena, Glens Falls, NY [Tickets]

Note: an earlier version of this article listed grunge revivalists Nothing as the opening act. Alas, that would have been way cooler than Nothing More… but so it goes!

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