Adam Ant will bring “Friend or Foe” to Atlanta this fall.
Photo: Photo: Cindy Ord
Photo: Photo: Cindy Ord

Adam Ant will bring ‘Friend or Foe’ to Atlanta this fall

Adam Ant has made a couple of Atlanta visits the past few years – in 2013 and 2017 – and will return this fall as part of his “Friend or Foe” tour.

The British singer known for his pirate hats and knee-high boots will tackle his 1982 breakthrough album, “Friend or Foe,” for the first time in its entirety. 

Along with the title track – a hit in the U.K. – Ant’s solo debut featured the hits “Goody Two Shoes” and “Desperate But Not Serious.”

He’ll visit Atlanta on Sept. 27 at Symphony Hall. Tickets are $39-$99 and will go on sale at 10 a.m. March 22 via www.ticketmaster.com and the Woodruff Arts Center box office.

Ant’s tour will kick off Sept. 4 in Milwaukee and wrap Oct. 1 in Miami. 

Adam Ant “Friend or Foe” USA tour 2019

Wednesday, September 4, Milwaukee, WI, Pabst Theatre

Friday, September 6, St. Louis MO, The Pageant

Saturday, September 7, Chicago, IL, Riviera Theatre

Sunday, September 8, Minneapolis, MN, Pantages Theatre

Wednesday, September 11, Cincinnati, OH, Taft Theatre

Friday, September 13, Detroit, Royal Oak Music Theatre

Saturday, September 14, Cleveland, OH, Masonic Auditorium

Sunday, September 15, Toronto, ON, The Danforth Music Hall

Tuesday, September 17, Boston, MA, Boch Center Shubert Theatre

Thursday, September 19, New York NY, Beacon Theatre

Friday, September 20, Philadelphia, PA, Merriam Theater

Saturday, September 21, Mashantucket, CT, Fox Theatre

Monday, September 23, Washington, DC, Lincoln Theatre

Wednesday, September 25, Greensboro, NC, Carolina Theatre

Friday, September 27, Atlanta, GA, Symphony Hall

Saturday, September 28, Clearwater, FL, Capitol Theatre

Sunday, September 29, Orlando, FL, Hard Rock

Tuesday, October 1, Miami, FL, The Fillmore

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Melissa Ruggieri
Melissa Ruggieri
Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.  

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