Ghost Light has announced its return to the stage for the band’s first headlining shows since before the pandemic began. The group will hit the road for a series of eight concerts throughout the Northeast in January 2022.

The quintet—comprised of guitarists/vocalists Raina Mullen and Tom Hamilton, keyboardist Holly Bowling, bassist Dan Africano, and drummer Scott Zwang—will kick off the trek on January 20th at The Hamilton in Washington, D.C.

The 2022 Ghost Light winter tour will continue with stops at Brooklyn Bowl in New York, NY (1/21); followed by Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia (1/22). The band will then travel to The Warehouse in Fairfield, CT (1/23); Thunderbird Music Hall in Pittsburgh, PA (1/26); XL Live in Harrisburg, PA (1/27); Lark Hall in Albany, NY (1/28); and finally The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA (1/29).

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“We’re beyond thrilled to announce dates for January in the North East,” the band wrote on social media. “We’ve been busy in the studio these days but cannot wait to see your beautiful faces in person so DON’T YOU DARE MISS IT!”

Tickets for the newly announced Ghost Light 2022 winter tour dates are on sale now via the band’s website. These new dates will follow Hamilton and Bowling’s December 2021 joint tour with their new ambient duo project Lacuna.

Ghost Light Winter 2022 Tour Dates

1/20/22 – The Hamilton, Washington, DC
1/21/22 – Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY
1/22/22 – Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia, PA
1/23/22 – The Warehouse, Fairfield, CT
1/26/22 – Thunderbird Music Hall, Pittsburgh, PA
1/27/22 – XL Live, Harrisburg, PA
1/28/22 – Lark Hall, Albany, NY
1/29/22 – The Sinclair, Cambridge, MA

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