Corey Feldman Brings Angelic Stylings 2 U.S.

Corey Feldman has announced “Corey’s Heavenly Tour: Angelic 2 The U.S,” which will see the singer/actor bring his eccentric dance music stylings to venues across the U.S. from June to August.

The excursion includes Feldman’s backing Corey’s Angels, “which he created to give young struggling female artists a chance to showcase their talents to the world.”  

The setlist will include tunes from his new album and selections from his catalog, as well as hit songs featured on soundtracks from his film career, such as “Lost Boys” and “The Goonies.”  

Feldman released the ambitious, 22-track Angelic 2 the Core album last year, a rare blend of musical stylings that includes everything from EDM to hip-hop tracks featuring Snoop Dogg himself to bizarre “Charlie’s Angels”-esque radio skits. Marking his fifth studio album, the project is split up into two discs: Angelic Funkadelic and Angelic Rockadelic.

– Poster For “Corey’s Heavenly Tour: Angelic 2 The U.S.”

Feldman and the angels are currently on the “Angelic 2 The Mini Tour,” and the new gigs promise to be bigger and better.

An announcement says fans can expect “an extended performance time and even more theatrics and production value to what many fans have already called a mesmerizing, action packed, fast paced, concert experience. The show includes video projections, lasers, light up costumes, and even bubbles.

“What makes this tour the most special for Corey, is the fact that this will be his first solo tour playing mostly theaters and large music halls in major cities. Feldman has only done club tours as a solo artist to this point.”

Check out the routing below:

June 9 – Las Vegas, Nev., Vinyl @ Hard Rock Hotel
June 18 – Portland, Ore., Dante’s
June 20 – Bellingham, Wash., Wild Buffalo House Of Music
June 21 – Seattle, Wash., Studio Seven / Seven Entertainment
June 29 – Saint Charles, Ill., Arcada Theatre
June 30 – Waterloo, Iowa, Spicoli’s Grill
July 7 – Kansas City, Mo., recordBar
July 08 – Indianapolis, Ind., The Vogue
July 14 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Hard Rock Cafe
July 15 – Reading, Pa., Reverb
July 16 – New York, N.Y., HighLine Ballroom
July 18 – Norfolk, Va., The NorVa
July 20 – Asheville, N.C., The Grey Eagle
July 21 – Asheville, N.C., The Grey Eagle
July 22 – Louisville, Ky., Trixie’s
July 26 – Gainesville, Fla., High Dive
July 27 – Destin, Fla., Club La.
July 28 – New Orleans, La., Southport Hall
July 29 – Houston, Texas, White Oak Music Hall
Aug. 10 – West Hollywood, Calif., Whisky A Go Go
Aug. 11 – West Hollywood, Calif., Whisky A Go Go

Some tickets are already on sale. Visit for more information.