Grammy-Winning Rock Band GHOST Headline Theater Tour

The Grammy-winning Swedish rock/pop band is led by creative powerhouse Tobias Forge, who has been referred to as “the Andrew Lloyd Webber of rock.” He is Ghost‘s creative force, singer, songwriter, musician, and architect of the elaborate storylines that are woven throughout the band’s four full-length studio albums, EPs, music videos, webisodes, and live shows.
Ghost is well-known for its theatrical stage shows – they also just announced a 2019 tour with Metallica in Europe. A Ghost show is presented in two acts with an intermission, similar to a play. For the upcoming “A Pale Tour Named Death Tour,” frontman Cardinal Copia (Forge’s character) and the now expanded band featuring seven Ghouls and Ghoulettes will present a two-hour program on a striking stage set performing some of the band’s most popular songs from Ghost‘s catalogue including selects from the band’s new album Prequelle like “Dance Macabre,” the band’s brand new single, and “Rats,” the song that held the #1 position on the Active and Mainstream Rock Radio charts for nine weeks, becoming the longest-running track to top those charts this year. Prequelle, is loosely based on The Black Plague of 14th century Europe, a metaphor Forge hopes will apply to the societal ills of today.
Forge grew up listening to a wide array of 70s and 80s rock – Alice Cooper, Journey, Kansas, Boston, Black Sabbath, Jefferson Starship, Iron Maiden, and Foreigner – and is a hardcore music junkie; at home in Sweden, he has a most impressive collection of vinyl, cassettes, CDs, and VHS tapes, and when on tour, he regularly arranges for visits to local record haunts and ships back even more treasures.
If you haven’t seen their videos yet, I highly suggest checking out “Rats,” released earlier this year – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_ijc7A5oAc
Here’s also their latest series of webisodes for Prequelle:
GHOST FALL THEATER TOUR DATES:

THU, OCT 25
KEGL FREAKERS’ BALL 2018 FEATURING GHOST
GRAND PRAIRIE, TX

FRI, OCT 26
COX BUSINESS CENTER BALLROOM
TULSA, OK

SAT, OCT 27
ARVEST BANK THEATRE AT THE MIDLAND
KANSAS CITY, MO

MON, OCT 29
LOUISVILLE PALACE THEATRE
LOUISVILLE, KY

TUE, OCT 30
MURAT THEATRE
INDIANAPOLIS, IN

WED, OCT 31
RIVERSIDE THEATER
MILWAUKEE, WI

THU, NOV 01
ARAGON BALLROOM
CHICAGO, IL

FRI, NOV 02
PEORIA CIVIC CENTER – THEATRE
PEORIA, IL

SAT, NOV 03
THE SYLVEE
MADISON, WI

SUN, NOV 04
STEPHENS AUDITORIUM
AMES, IA

TUE, NOV 06
ORPHEUM THEATER
OMAHA, NE

THU, NOV 08
KIVA AUDITORIUM
ALBUQUERQUE, NM

FRI, NOV 09
ABRAHAM CHAVEZ THEATRE
EL PASO, TX

SAT, NOV 10
COMERICA THEATRE
PHOENIX, AZ

MON, NOV 12
SPRECKELS THEATRE
SAN DIEGO, CA

TUE, NOV 13
COMMUNITY CENTER THEATER
SACRAMENTO, CA

THU, NOV 15
CITY NATIONAL CIVIC
SAN JOSE, CA

FRI, NOV 16
THE FORUM
LOS ANGELES, CA

SAT, NOV 17
THE JOINT AT THE HARD ROCK HOTEL
LAS VEGAS, NV

MON, NOV 19
WAGNER NOEL PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
MIDLAND, TX

TUE, NOV 20
BASS CONCERT HALL
AUSTIN, TX

WED, NOV 21
ORPHEUM THEATER
NEW ORLEANS, LA

FRI, NOV 23
DR. PHILLIPS CENTER
ORLANDO, FL

SAT, NOV 24
THE FILLMORE
MIAMI, FL

SUN, NOV 25
RUTH ECKERD HALL
CLEARWATER, FL

TUE, NOV 27
NORTH CHARLESTON COLISEUM & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC

THU, NOV 29
SAENGER THEATRE MOBILE
MOBILE, AL

FRI, NOV 30
COCA-COLA ROXY
ATLANTA, GA

SAT, DEC 01
FLORIDA THEATRE
JACKSONVILLE, FL

SUN, DEC 02
OVENS AUDITORIUM
CHARLOTTE, NC

TUE, DEC 04
DOMINION ENERGY CENTER
RICHMOND, VA

WED, DEC 05
F.M. KIRBY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
WILKES BARRE, PA

FRI, DEC 07
PLACE BELL
LAVAL, CANADA

SAT, DEC 08
SONY CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
TORONTO, CANADA

MON, DEC 10
HIPPODROME THEATRE
BALTIMORE, MD

TUE, DEC 11
TOWER THEATER
UPPER DARBY, PA

THU, DEC 13
PALACE THEATRE
ALBANY, NY

FRI, DEC 14
BOCH CENTER – WANG THEATRE
BOSTON, MA

SAT, DEC 15
BARCLAYS CENTER
BROOKLYN, NY

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