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A Perfect Circle Returns to Omaha

A Perfect Circle are set to release their first album in more than a decade, and their 2018 spring tour will finally bring the band to Omaha. Leave your phones in your pockets though. The band has a strict NO CELL PHONE policy during their concerts.
Formed in 1999 as a side project by Tool vocalist Maynard James Keenan, A Perfect Circle released “eMotive”, the band’s  last record, in 2004. The band has released several new single over the past few years, the most recent being “The Doomed” and “Disillusioned.” Both tracks are available to purchase digitally, and are sure to be included on the band’s upcoming full length album. Keenan announced during the band’s Fall 2017 tour that a new album would be out “next year” (2018).



Following what’s sure to be a sold-out performance at the Northern Invasion festival in Somerset, Wisconsin, rock pioneers A Perfect Circle will be returning to Omaha, Nebraska for the first time in nearly two decades. While A Perfect Circle’s Maynard James Keenan’s other band, TOOL, has recently stopped in Omaha, APC hasn’t been in Omaha since the band opened for Nine Inch Nails’ Fragility v2.0 back in May of 2000. That’s almost 18 years to the day since the band has brought their behemoth show to Nebraska.
This show will sell out. I suggest not waiting to get your tickets.


Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster and https://baxterarena.tickets.expert.
Tickets for A Perfect Circle will be $39.50 for upper bowl, $69.50 for lower bowl and $79.50 for the floor.



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