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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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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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Ghost has revealed details of its upcoming RE-IMPERATOUR U.S.A. 2023 summer tour with special guest Amon Amarth. Produced by Live Nation and FPC Live, the 27-date tour kicks off on Wednesday, August 2nd in Concord, CA at Concord Pavilion, with stops in Salt Lake City, Chicago, Cincinnati, Austin and more before wrapping up with the band’s Monday, September 11th return to the Kia Forum in Los Angeles.
Ghost continues to elevate and reaffirm its status as one of the world’s most esteemed and celebrated creative forces. Accumulating well over a billion streams, the GRAMMY-winning Swedish theatrical rock band continues to bring the “euphoric spectacle” (ROLLING STONE) of its live shows to ever-growing and increasingly impassioned crowds, headlining arena tours including sold out shows from The Forum in Los Angeles and Barclays Center in New York to London’s O2 Arena and Stockholm’s Avicii Arena. In March 2022, THE LOS ANGELES TIMES reported in a Calendar cover story that Ghost had “conquered metal and the charts” when its fifth album IMPERA debuted at #1 in a sweep of the U.S. album charts, entering the BILLBOARD 200 at #2 and bowing at #1 in the band’s native Sweden as well as Germany and Finland, while cracking the top 5 in the UK (#2), Netherlands (#2), Belgium (#2), Canada (#3), Australia (#3), France (#5), Ireland (#5), and more. Produced by Klas Åhlund and mixed by Andy Wallace — and featuring “Spillways”—hailed as a “sweetly constructed rock tune” by THE NEW YORK TIMES, the GRAMMY-nominated “Call Me Little Sunshine,” and Active Rock #1 radio single “Hunter’s Moon” — IMPERA finds Ghost transported centuries forward from the Black Plague era of its previous album, 2018 Best Rock Album GRAMMY nominee Prequelle —or as ROLLING STONE put it, “Ghost predicted the pandemic, Now the metal band is foretelling the fall of empires.” The result is the most ambitious and lyrically incisive entry in the Ghost canon: Over the course of IMPERA’ s 12-song cycle, empires rise and fall, would-be messiahs ply their hype (financial and spiritual alike), prophecies are foretold as the skies fill with celestial bodies divine and man-made… All in all, the most current and topical Ghost subject matter to date is set against a hypnotic and darkly colorful melodic backdrop making IMPERA a listen like no other — yet unmistakably, quintessentially Ghost.
TICKETS: Tickets will be available starting with a Citi cardmember presale (details below) and Artist presale on Tuesday, February 14th. Additional presales will be available throughout the week before the general on sale starting Friday, February 17th at 10am local time on Ticketmaster.com .
CITI PRESALE: Citi is the official card of Ghost’s RE-IMPERATOUR U.S.A. 2023. Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning Tuesday, February 14th at 11am ET until Thursday, February 16th at 10pm local time through the Citi Entertainment program. For complete presale details visit www.citientertainment.com .
GHOST RE-IMPERATOUR U.S.A. 2023:
Wed Aug 02 – Concord, CA – Concord Pavilion
Fri Aug 04 – Auburn, WA – White River Amphitheatre
Sat Aug 05 – Airway Heights, WA – BECU Live at Northern Quest
Mon Aug 07 – West Valley City, UT – USANA Amphitheatre
Tue Aug 08 – Denver, CO – Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre *
Fri Aug 11 – St. Louis, MO – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
Sat Aug 12 – Milwaukee, WI – American Family Insurance Amphitheater
Mon, Aug 14– Clarkston, MI – Pine Knob Music Theatre
Tue Aug 15 – Chicago, IL – Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island
Wed Aug 16 – Cincinnati, OH – PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center
Fri Aug 18 – Syracuse, NY – St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview
Sat Aug 19 – Mansfield, MA – Xfinity Center
Sun Aug 20 – Bridgeport, CT – Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater
Tue Aug 22 – Indianapolis, IN – TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park
Wed Aug 23 – Burgettstown, PA – The Pavilion at Star Lake
Thu, Aug 24 – Bristow, VA – Jiffy Lube Live
Fri Aug 25 – Camden, NJ – Freedom Mortgage Pavilion
Sun Aug 27 – Nashville, TN – Ascend Amphitheater
Tue Aug 29 – Simpsonville, SC – CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park
Wed, Aug 30 – Jacksonville, FL – Daily’s Place
Thu Aug 31 – Tampa, FL – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
Sat Sep 02 – The Woodlands, TX – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman
Sun Sep 03 – Austin, TX – Germania Insurance Amphitheater
Tue Sep 05 – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Thu Sep 07 – Albuquerque, NM – Isleta Amphitheater
Fri Sep 08 – Phoenix, AZ – Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre
Mon Sep 11 – Los Angeles, CA – The Kia Forum ^
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The band will be joined on the road by special guest Amon Amarth
Ghost has announced details of its summer 2023 American tour, dubbed “Re-Imperatour USA.”
The band is set to kick off the new run of dates in Concord, CA, on August 2, touring across the country until September 11, when it will wrap things up with a huge show at LA’s Kia Forum. It will be joined on the dates by special guest Amon Amarth.
Tickets for the 27-date tour will be available through Citi cardmembers’ and artists’ pre-sales from tomorrow (February 14). Following that, tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday (17) at 10am local time. For more details and to purchase, visit Ticketmaster .
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The exhibit featured artifacts that had never been publicly displayed before, including the band’s 1960 costumes and ghoul masks, rare magazine covers, and more from a treasure trove of ephemera.
Meanwhile, Ghost also recently shared a new version of its track “Spillways,” featuring guest vocals from Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott. The new take on the song featured in Chapter 15 of Ghost’s long-running series of webisodes, with the installment in question documenting a karaoke session that goes awry in a spectacular and supernatural fashion.
Buy or stream IMPERA here. View Ghost’s tour itinerary below.
Aug 2 – Concord, CA – Concord Pavilion Aug 4 – Auburn, WA – White River Amphitheatre Aug 5 – Airway Heights, WA – BECU Live at Northern Quest Aug 7 – West Valley City, UT – USANA Amphitheatre Aug 8 – Denver, CO – Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre Aug 11 – St. Louis, MO – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Aug 12 – Milwaukee, WI – American Family Insurance Amphitheater Aug 14 – Clarkston, MI – Pine Knob Music Theatre Aug 15 – Chicago, IL – Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island Aug 16 – Cincinatti, OH – PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center Aug 18 – Syracuse, NY – St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview Aug 19 – Mansfield, MA – Xfinity Center Aug 20 – Bridgeport, CT – Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater Aug 22 – Indianapolis, IN – TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park Aug 23 – Burgettstown, PA – The Pavilion at Star Lake Aug 24 – Bristow, VA – Jiffy Lube Live Aug 25 – Camden, NJ – Freedom Mortgage Pavilion Aug 27 – Nashville, TN – Ascend Amphitheater Aug 29 – Simpsonville, SC – CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park Aug 30 – Jacksonville, FL – Daily’s Place Aug 31 – Tampa, FL – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre Sep 2 – The Woodlands, TX – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman Sep 3 – Austin, TX – Germania Insurance Amphitheater Sep 5 – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory Sep 7 – Albuquerque, NM – Isleta Amphitheater Sep 8 – Phoenix, AZ – Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre Sep 11 – Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum
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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.
See the dates for Ghost’s North American tour with Mastodon and Spiritbox below, and pick up tickets here .
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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Driven by their love for horror films and Scandinavian metal, a group of talented individuals came together and created the iconic Swedish rock band Ghost. The group began in 2006 when Tobias Forge wrote the song ‘Stand By Him,’ which he claimed was the heaviest metal riff in existence. Due to the rich nature of the music, the group developed costumes that matched the energy of their sound. In 2010, Ghost released their debut album Opus Eponymous, which was well received by critics and successfully grew their fanbase. Ghost’s sophomore album Infestissumam was released in 2013 and debuted at No. 1 in Sweden and won the Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock/Metal album. Following their success, Ghost released their third album Meliora in 2015, which hit No. 1 in Sweden and No. 8 in the US. Known for their eccentric live performances, Ghost captivates their audience with their heavy sound and overall on-stage presence.
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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.
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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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Ghost's penultimate show of their US tour featured a live debut for one song, and a special, very different version of another
Ghost busted out a couple of surprises at one of two special shows in LA
Ghost are currently in the midst of wrapping up their epic Impera US tour, with the first of two, tour-ending dates in Los Angeles taking place last night at the Kia Forum. With no phones, mobile devices or recording equipment permitted at the show, much of what went down remains enshrined in mystery - but it does look like at least one big surprise took place.
According to ever-reliable setlist bible setlist.fm and numerous reactions on social media from excited fans who were at the show, Ghost played quirky Impera cut Twenties live for the very first time (accompanied by, according to setlist.fm, 'eight skeleton dancers', which would be a new touch for Ghost's live show).
On top of that, Ghost also dusted off one of their beloved covers for the first time on this particular tour - If You Have Ghosts , originally released by 13th Floor Elevators frontman and psychedelic rock pioneer Roky Erikson and reimagined by the Swedish spooks for their 2013 EP, If You Have Ghost . It seems like Ghost played a rather special version of the track, too, featuring two cellists and a lovely dash of piano, performed on a separate stage from the rest of the set.
Of course, with no footage or images available from the show itself, we can't be sure exactly what this all looked like or how it played out, but one thing seems for sure: if we are, as has been rumoured, heading into the final stretch of the Impera era, Ghost remain unafraid to inject some new touches into their ever-brilliant live schtick.
See the full setlist for night one of Ghost at the LA Forum below. Ghost follow up their US tour with a handful of dates in South America this month, before heading to Australia for three dates in October.
Ghost Kia Forum Night One 2023 Setlist
1. Kaisarion 2. Rats 3. Faith 4. Spillways 5. Cirice 6. Absolution 7. Ritual 8. Call Me Little Sunshine 9. Con Clavi Con Dio 10. Watcher In The Sky 11. If You Have Ghosts 12. Twenties 13. Year Zero 14. He Is 15. Miasma 16. Mary On A Cross 17. Mummy Dust 18. Respite On The Spitalfields 19. Kiss The Go-Goat 20. Dance Macabre 21. Square Hammer
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Ghost US Tour 2023 & Tickets
Ghost will continue to support their Grammy-nominated 2018 album, Prequelle, with a just-announced fall 2023 North American tour that promises to stage an arena-level production seen on select shows during the band’s 2018 run. The Swedish band will be joined by Nothing More for the six-week run.
Known for their elaborate stagecraft and costumes, Ghost’s fall tour will find the band performing a lengthy set against a backdrop that resembles a medieval cathedral, complete with stained-glass windows that depict the departed “Papa” incarnations played by lead singer Tobias Forge. Prior to their headlining tour, Ghost will spend the summer opening for Metallica on their 25-date “WorldWired” European stadium tour. Last June, Ghost honored Metallica with a cover of “Enter Sandman” when the metal legend’s received Sweden’s top musical honor, the Polar Music Prize.
Nothing More are known for a dynamic live show, as well, and will be out in support of their Grammy-nominated 2017 disc, The Stories We Tell Ourselves. While more dates are expected to be announced, this is likely the last time to catch Ghost before they hunker down to record their next album, which Forge has revealed will be released in 2020.
Tobias Forge on GHOST in 2023: "There's going to be a change. Good change."
2022 was a massive year for Ghost — so massive, in fact, that we named the Swedish occult-rock troupe Revolver' s Band of the Year and crowned their latest LP, Impera , the Album of the Year . Which only sets the stage for a very big 2023.
In a new interview with Metal Hammer , Ghost mastermind Tobias Forge teased the band's plans for the year ahead and hinted an unspecified "change" that's about to take place with the group.
First, he laid out a big-picture view of Ghost's touring plans. "We're doing a lot of touring again," Forge said. "On previous album cycles we've done four legs in America and two or three in Europe and repeated.
"We're going to go into every territory next year, but there's going to be one European tour, one American tour. We are going to do a little bit of everywhere. There'll be a little bit of something up in upper Asia, on the far end there — a very well-established country with a lot of pop cultural fascination, and the home of videogames. And there's going to be something in the Oceania world, and there might be something south of Panama, and there might be something slightly north of Panama. It feels pretty solid."
Exciting stuff, but then Forge dropped the most tantalizing breadcrumb. "We're going to come out with a little bit of change before that — good change," he said, cryptically. "We're not going to go silent. Some things are public, other things not in public view, but there are a lot of things brewing."
Asked of Ghost's next album, he offered, "Everything I'm doing now is for the next record. I have a vague idea what that will be like and a vague idea of the title and the color scheme."
When Revolver spoke to Forge late last year, he confirmed that he was already beginning to map out the follow-up to Impera . "I've already started planning, or at least outlined a few things that I want to do differently," he revealed. "That can also be from a completely practical point of view. It doesn't necessarily mean that, "Oh, I hate this record — now I'm going to write a grindcore record." It's just that there's always something that you want to improve..."
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Ghost are making “a film with a concert element”
Frontman Tobias Forge says two nights of concert footage have already been shot
Swedish metallers Ghost are working on a movie with “a concert element”, according to frontman Tobias Forge.
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Speaking to Metal Hammer , Ghost’s Tobias Forge revealed that the movie is currently in development, and that the band have already filmed two nights worth of concert footage during their recent concerts at the Forum in California – the second night of which included a ban on mobile phones to avoid leaks.
While little else is known of the upcoming film right now, Tobias Forge told Metal Hammer that “it’s going to be a film with a concert element. So a lot of what you experienced [at the two Los Angeles shows] is going to be part of this project.
When asked if Ghost’s upcoming film will akin to Metallica ‘s 2013 cinematic concert film Through The Never , which included concert footage alongside a fictional plot starring Dane DeHaan, Forge replied: “In a sense that it’s a concert with something else combined.”
The Ghost frontman also spoke of the two Forum shows, saying they were among the best he’s experienced in his career. “I have never seen a crowd interact the way that they did since I was in a club band. They were the best shows I’ve ever done with Ghost, just because I didn’t have to see those fucking mobile phones.”
Ghost most recently released a one-off single featuring actor/director Patrick Wilson for Insidious: The Red Door . The track saw Ghost and Wilson team up to cover Shakespears Sister’s ‘Stay’ , which played at the end of the film.
Before that, Ghost released a covers EP, titled ‘Phantomime’ in May . Their last original album came in the form of 2022’s ‘Impera’, which scored a four-star review from NME ‘s James McMahon. McMahon wrote: “How the Ghost story plays out now is a tale that will be written on empty pages, most likely in blood and from the tip of a quill – and it promises to be a tale more bold and beguiling than anything that has come prior.”
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Ghost tours nationwide have an axe to grind with Lizzie Borden House owner: 'Infuriating'
FALL RIVER — When Jeanine Plumer read the news that U.S. Ghost Adventures, the owners of the Lizzie Borden House, were claiming trademark infringement against neighboring café Miss Lizzie’s Coffee , she had to laugh at the irony.
U.S. Ghost Adventures, she said, “has done that to all of us.”
Plumer founded and owns Austin Ghost Tours , a company that has guided tourists through the spookier side of Austin, Texas, since 1996.
She is also in contact with many locally owned ghost tour operators who have grievances against U.S. Ghost Adventures and its owner, Lance Zaal. She and others allege that the company, which advertises ghost tours in 79 locations nationwide including Fall River, has moved into their cities, used similar names to existing businesses, infringed on trademarks, taken ideas from their businesses, and created confusion for customers by making it seem as if they’re connected — the same kind of accusations U.S. Ghost Adventures has made against Miss Lizzie’s Coffee .
“If that’s not the pot calling the kettle black, I don’t know what is," said Jarrod Riddle, a historian and owner of Spirit of Arizona Tours in Phoenix, who said he thinks U.S. Ghost Adventures guides may have copied stories from his tour. “There’s no doubt about it that this guy is not original, between where he opens up a tour, what he calls a tour … this guy is not original.”
Zaal did not respond to multiple attempts to contact him for this story via phone, text, and email.
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Orlando: Causing customer confusion in the ghost tour business
Ting Rappa is the owner of American Ghost Adventures in Florida , a corporation she registered in 2010. Since then, the year-round business leads guests on tours of downtown Orlando and other communities in search of spirits — literally, in the case of her haunted pub crawls.
She said she met with Zaal in 2016 in Williamsburg, Virginia, where he lived and a business he founded, Innovation Works LLC, is headquartered.
“He proposed to me at that time the start of what he has now," Rappa said. “He said he was looking to do some big things throughout the nation, and I think that Orlando would be a fantastic market.”
Rappa said that Zaal wanted to join her in American Ghost Adventures. According to a July 8, 2016, email sent by Zaal to Rappa provided to The Herald News , Zaal said he “would like to become a partner with you.”
“I'm not very familiar with ghost hunts, and I don't want to mess with what you have going on there, but I do believe I can do some great things with you in Orlando,” he wrote at the time.
Rappa said she asked Zaal whether a partnership meant she would have a piece of his businesses — she said he told her no, that he just wanted to be a partner in her tour business.
“I said, 'That doesn’t work for me. I’m doing well on my own,'” she said.
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According to incorporation records, a few months after their meeting, Zaal got into the ghost tour business in Williamsburg, founding Colonial Ghosts LLC in October 2016.
“He liked the name American Ghost Adventures so much. The next thing I know, he names his company U.S. Ghost Adventures," Rappa said. U.S. Ghost Adventures was incorporated in 2020. "Not U.S. Ghost Tours, not U.S. something else, but mimicking mine almost 100 percent.”
U.S. Ghost Adventures currently offers tours of downtown Orlando and pub crawls . The two companies’ tours start about a half-mile apart.
“It causes confusion down here," Rappa said, adding that even Florida’s state department itself confused the two companies, sending her paperwork intended for USGA. “That’s how easily mistaken it is. It’s so close.”
'He mimics our name intentionally,' Austin Ghost Tours operator claims
Plumer’s company, Austin Ghost Tours, has filed paperwork with the state of Texas to do business as both "Austin Ghosts" and "Austin Ghost."
The first Google search result for Austin ghost tours is austinghosts.com — a website for U.S. Ghost Adventures. They also operate tours there under the name Austin Ghosts.
Plumer's company is at austinghosttours.com . This has caused considerable customer confusion, she said.
“They meet where we meet. Go to the same locations that we go to," Plumer said. “He mimics our name intentionally to confuse customers.”
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U.S. Ghost Adventures and Austin Ghost Tours meet two blocks apart. One of the stops on the U.S. Ghost Adventures tour is the spot where Austin Ghost Tours meets.
In many cities where USGA operates, but not all, USGA uses similar names to tours that existed before it moved in. Providence Ghost Tours is locally owned since 2007; USGA owns Ghosts of Providence . Then there’s Ghosts of Newport , locally owned since 2002, versus Newport Ghosts , USGA-owned. The owners of both local companies said they knew of the rival company, but had little or no contact with it.
Across the country, a representative from Haunted San Diego Ghost Tours , who declined to be named for this story, said USGA’s San Diego Ghosts has made things difficult for the company and confusing for customers.
“We've had instances of their customers showing up at our meeting locations, mistaking us for them, and vice versa,” the representative said. “Their lack of clear communication has resulted in misplaced calls from their customers seeking directions because they have no phone number on their site and the customer did not know what else to do.”
Baltimore: 'He did to us exactly what he’s accusing these other people of doing'
In the dispute over the “Lizzie Borden” service mark, The Herald News received a press release on Sept. 7 claiming that both Zaal and Miss Lizzie’s Coffee owner Joseph Pereira “have cordially resolved the use of the of the Lizzie Borden name. The owner of Miss Lizzie’s coffee shop has agreed to change the name.”
When a Herald News reporter contacted Pereira that day to verify the information, Pereira said he hadn't heard of any such agreement, was unaware of this press release, and hadn't agreed to change his coffee shop’s name. Pereira also said that Zaal was in the room with him, having traveled to Fall River to meet with him.
When the reporter asked to speak with Zaal about the press release, Pereira said Zaal declined to come to the phone.
A spokesperson for Interdependence Public Relations verified that Zaal’s company sent the press release.
'The ghosts are not happy': 2 Fall River businesses clash over use of Lizzie Borden name
But while Zaal has sought both informal deals and legal recourse from Miss Lizzie’s Coffee, one business owner who says she has been harmed by USGA has also tried both with no luck.
Melissa Rowell has been in business since 2007 as Baltimore Ghost Tours, with the website baltimoreghosttours.com . When USGA moved in a few years ago, it took the name Baltimore Ghosts with the website tourbaltimoreghosts.com .
“Once we got wind that they were using our name, which is service-marked, we sent [Zaal] a letter through our lawyer that said, ‘Hey, can you please change that to something a bit different?’” Rowell said.
Rowell provided legal documents from June 2021 from her attorney to Zaal, asking USGA to stop using their service-marked name and use another.
“Our understanding is that in at least four other cities, you have recently started a business of providing historical haunted tours in that city, and have chosen for your name the same name of an already-established business in that city,” Rowell’s attorneys wrote. “It is clear that your business plan is to ride the coattails of an established business, confuse consumers into contacting you for a tour … and provide your own service.”
Zaal’s lawyers responded by asserting that the company’s service mark was “merely generic.” They declined to change the company’s name, and added: “My client strongly denies it is engaged in any predatory behavior.”
Rowell said she can't do much else. “The only reason we haven’t filed an infringement suit is that we can’t afford it right now,” Rowell said.
Both tours begin across the street from one another.
A Google search for Baltimore Ghost Tours also reveals that the Google Business listing — a tab on the right side of the search page including hours, website and reviews — has information from both companies merged. She said she has no control over this Google Business listing and suspects USGA does. She alleges that USGA has been replying to positive reviews from her customers and deleting her own replies.
Rowell — and many other tour operators contacted — said she has no problem with business competition. “That’s fine. Just don’t try to confuse people and deceive them, and make them think that your company is ours that’s been around for 20 years. That’s all.
"He did to us exactly what he’s accusing these other people of doing, which is using their trademark," Rowell said. “It’s very ironic, and it’s absolutely infuriating.”
Salem tour operator: 'Nobody owns the history'
In a business where the product is supernatural folklore, it can be difficult to tell where stories originated.
Jarrod Riddle, of Spirit of Phoenix, said he’s a historian whose tours are more based in true crime than the supernatural. He started his business in 2019, with USGA opening up in town a year or so later. He said he’s done deep dives into dark chapters of local history “that you would never find on a map."
“And all of a sudden, that’s two of [USGA’s] stops,” Riddle said.
Riddle said he has not taken a USGA tour to double-check if his stories are being used by the rival company. But he said he has seen tours at locations in downtown Phoenix that his tour uses, but which have no previously documented ghost hauntings or supernatural activity.
He said he gets along well with other tour operators, but is irritated by USGA.
“Maybe I’m taking it a little personally because I’m a historian, but I just don’t like someone coming into my city, trying to tell my city’s story, and they’re not even from here," he said.
Giovanni Alabiso of the Haunted Footsteps Ghost Tour in Salem — the Witch City, where every autumn multiple ghost tours can be found sharing the same narrow streets — said the theft of intellectual property by rivals sometimes happens, and is difficult to prove.
“That’s kind of everybody, though — that's not unique to [USGA],” Alabiso said.
"The history is the history. Nobody owns the history,” he said. “But when they start telling personal stories that you’re telling … when other companies start doing that, we start taking a little notice.”
Alabiso said he and his guides have not had direct dealings with Zaal’s company, except to say several rival tour companies get along and have tried to start a tour association, but USGA “had no interest in joining.”
“They don’t want to be part of the community. They just want the almighty dollar.”
Alabiso added: “I’m very happy that somebody opened up [Miss] Lizzie’s [Coffee], giving him a taste of his own medicine.”
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