Phantasy Tour has unveiled their first set of live music trading cards. The Baltimore-based social media company has put a series of 50 unique cards up for sale; each pack contains 9 randomly sorted cards, plus a checklist card.
The first series contains both full band cards and individual members from STS9, Leftover Salmon, The Disco Biscuits, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Tropidelic, TAUK, Goose, Bumpin Uglies and The Jauntee.
Phantasy Tour has also partnered with Backline for these trading cards. According to a press release, “Phantasy Tour donated the space on the back of each checklist card to Backline to promote the great work they are doing in support of the musicians we love and the people that support them. Backline is a hub for music industry professionals and their families to quickly and easily access mental health and wellness resources.”
“Trading cards are a great compliment to Phantasy Tour’s mission to promote live music and connect and engage fans during and between concerts,” said Phantasy Tour founder Paul Glace via press release.
Cards can be purchased both from Phantasy Tour and directly from bands. In addition, the cards will be sold at a series of upcoming shows (see below for a list). Head here to purchase from Phantasy Tour and for more information.
Dates to Purchase Cards:
Feb. 26 Tropidelic at The Orpheum Theatre, Flagstaff, AZ
Feb. 26 Bumpin Uglies at The Pour House Music Hall, Raleigh, NC
Feb. 28 The Jauntee at Old Town Pub, Steamboat Springs, CO
Feb. 29 Pigeons Playing Ping Pong at 10 Mile Music Hall, Frisco, CO
Mar. 5 Goose at The Agora in Cleveland, OH
Mar. 6 Leftover Salmon at Crystal Bay Casino, Crystal Bay, NV
Mar. 12 The Disco Biscuits at The Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA
Mar. 13 TAUK at 9:30 Club, Washington, DC
Coming Soon to the STS9 Merch Store
4 Comments comments associated with this post
D'Oh!February 28, 2020 at 2:11 pm
Spell check might have been a good idea prior to printing. That Alana Rocklin card is sure to skyrocket in value once they correct it. Better buy ’em now.
BlueSkyFebruary 28, 2020 at 10:41 am
And the infantilization of the scene continues
BillyFebruary 28, 2020 at 10:35 am
Wish I was eight once again, oh right, then I would be into baseball cards. Wouldn’t count on Backline getting too much profit from these, sounds like a Phucking waste of money,
RayFebruary 28, 2020 at 6:46 am