Arcade Fire offer up a pair of VIP tickets for their next world tour

Kickstarter campaign claims Win Butler and co will be back in 2017

Arcade Fire could be set to go on a new world tour in 2017.

According to a Kickstarter campaign for the Ghetto Biennale arts festival in Haiti, the band are giving away a pair of VIP tickets to their next global jaunt which is listed as November 2017.

The festival is currently raising funds to try and produce a catalogue chronicling the festival’s history.

Matt Berninger of The National recently joined Arcade Fire members onstage at a charity gig on New Year’s Eve.

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Win Butler and Régine Chassagne were backed by Haitian band Zing Experience for the Midnight Masquerade fundraiser at the St. Regis Aspen Resort. The gig was to benefit the Artists For Peace And Justice charity.

Tickets for the show were priced $1500 (£1000). Berninger is reported to have joined Butler and Chassange for ‘Wake Up’. The gig also included the first full run through of ‘Reflektor’-era song ‘Porno’ and a cover of Led Zeppelin’s ‘D’yer Mak’er’ as well as a handful of Zing Experience material.

The gig setlist was as follows:

‘Rebellion (Lies)’
‘To the Haitian Nurses Lost’
‘Ma Woule’
‘Here Comes The Night Time’
‘Wake Up’ (Feat. Matt Berninger)
‘The Suburbs’
‘D’yer Mak’er’

Both Arcade Fire and The National are believed to be working on new albums, though neither have confirmed release dates. Berninger recently issued an update on the recording sessions for The National’s next album, describing their new songs as “very fucking amazing”. However, he went on to state that the album could take longer than previously thought.

Meanwhile, Arcade Fire’s next record was said to be “30 per cent done” as of September 2015.