Ghost Announce U.K. and European Arena Tour for Autumn 2019


You might hate Ghost or you may love them; there is no in-between. Regardless, these dudes can now fill up entire arenas, which says a lot. Ghost have already promised to rock the arenas in the U.S. (and parts of Canada) come September on The Ultimate Tour Named Death, and band has now announced that the tour will be heading to the U.K. and Europe in November and December after the end of their North American run. All Them Witches and Tribulation will support.

As Kerrang! notes, this could be the end of the Prequelle touring cycle since Tobias Forge already revealed earlier this year that he’s working on a new album which is tentatively planned for release in 2020. When asked by Billboard about his new material, the frontman went on to say:

“Luckily this time around I feel very certain as to what I want to do. I have tons of bits and pieces and stuff written, and I know that once I really start working that there’s going to be a record which feels very inspired. The dramaturgic nature of the records and the stories are getting more and more intertwined nowadays, which I like. It’s almost like working with a series, I guess; You have your characters and you can still fuck with them and add new things and take things away. You can do whatever you want, which is always enticing from a creative standpoint.”

If you live in Europe or want to make plans to be on that side of the world come November, tickets go on sale Friday July 12 at 10 a.m. local time. The tour dates are as follows:

Nov. 16: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, UK
Nov. 17: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, UK
Nov. 18: Glasgow The SSE Hydro, UK
Nov. 20: Dublin 3Arena, UK
Nov. 22: London The SSE Arena, Wembley, UK
Nov. 23: Leeds First Direct Arena, UK
Nov. 30: Katowice, Spodek, Poland
Dec. 01: Prague Universum, Czech Republic
Dec. 03: Budapest BSA, Hungary
Dec. 05: Mantova PalaBam, Italy
Dec. 06: Zurich Halle 622, Switzerland
Dec. 08: Barcelona St. Jordi, Spain
Dec. 10: Lisbon Sala Tejo, Portugal
Dec. 11: Madrid Vistalegre, Spain
Dec. 13: Strasbourg Zenith, France
Dec. 17: Rockhal Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Dec. 18: Nantes Zenith, France
Dec. 19: Toulouse Zenith, France

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