Phantoms will start touring for two months in Europe starting next month. In Mid-May they start their tour in Germany. They will continue to play throughout Europe until the end of May and head to Belgium where they will perform at the Sfinks Festival. The tour will let Phantoms to rock their way back onto the international scene with a truly interactive experience that allows audiences to jump and dance to Haitian Compas. “With only a couple weeks away from the tour, it seems that the response in Belgium has already been incredible, since Phantoms has left their mark at the festival years ago.” said Maurice Febvre. This tour will also give the band the chance to live out their “rock star” fantasies on an authentic concert stage and the chance to meet international promoters. Phantoms, which has made South Florida its new base, has reemerged timidly on the Haitian market.
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