A group of Canadian phantasmagoric musical acts have set out on a world tour that will take them around the world, in a bid to bring them back home to the U.S. and beyond.
Including the three-night “Phantasmajig” tour, the band will play a total of 11 shows in six cities in North America, Europe and Australia, according to a statement from the group.
Joël is an American singer-songwriter whose songs are covered by pop stars, including Lady Gaga and Katy Perry, and who recently recorded a new album with her husband, producer Michael Stipe.
The show will take place at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles on Sept. 17.
The “Phantom Tour” is part of a larger U.K.-based project called Phantasmajigs World Tour, which also includes a series of music videos featuring the band.
The U.KS.-based tour has been a big success for the group, which recently added two more U.N. shows to its lineup.
The Phantasmagors’ “Phony Tour” will take the band to a number of cities across the United States and Canada, including Toronto, Austin, St. Louis, Chicago, Milwaukee and Indianapolis, the group said in a statement.
The tour will also include appearances in New York, Miami and Chicago, with stops in New Orleans, Las Vegas and Philadelphia.
It’s not known what the band plans to perform, but they are likely to play acoustic versions of songs and other acts.
The band’s latest album, Phantasmashark, arrived in the U, but the album’s new single, “Innocence,” was released on Sept 5.