The Ghost Inside have announced their live return for one night only after telling fans to save a mysterious date.

The band have been on hiatus since a fatal bus crash left both drivers dead. 

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Earlier this week, the band told fans to save the date of July 13 with a location of Los Angeles.

“Your friends Jonathan, Zachary, James, Andrew, and Christopher kindly request that you Save The Date,” the image says. “Formal invitation to follow.”
The request came after the band shared a video update showing them recording in the studio. The video ends with a live video of the band from before their accident.
Now, they’ve announced their first live show since the accident.

Rising from the ashes for one night July 13. Tickets on sale March 1 at 10am PST,” the caption reads. The show will take place at the Shrine in L.A.


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Rising from the ashes for one night July 13. Tickets on sale March 1 at 10am PST.

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Recently, the band teased their first taste of music since 2015. After a fan inquired about their health progress, the band replied with a photo of Andrew Tkaczyk, vocalist Jonathan Vigil and bassist Jim Riley all in the studio.
Back in November 2015, the band were involved in a serious bus accident that claimed the lives of their driver and everyone in the other vehicle. Additionally, Tkaczyk lost his leg as a result of the accident. All members of the band and crew survived. Since then, the band has faced an extensive road to recovery, both mentally and physically.

In May, the band shared a statement about the future of The Ghost Inside.

“Spending a week together as bandmates answered the question that has been on all of our minds—yes there is a future for TGI,” the band shares in a Facebook post. “We still aren’t sure exactly what it looks like. It might be one show, it might be a few shows. It could be a new song or a whole new record. Our journey into that future is just beginning, and we will bring everyone that is interested along with us.”

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