Arcade Fire is returning to Toronto on August 29th for an additional show as a part of their Reflektor Tour.

They’re bringing back opening acts Constantines and Dan Deacon to the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre’s stage.

For the Reflektor Tour, Arcade Fire has requested that the audience members dress up and/or wear costumes to the show. The publicity request has been labelled as a “fake controversy,” but in an interview with the Los Angeles Times, they said that they were not bothered by the talks.

“It was like the fake controversy was good promotion for the thing itself, in terms of actually getting people to engage with the show and treat it like a special event,” said singer Win Butler.

And if you’re still not sold, why not check out a little concert review and photos done by the Toronto Star?

One more thing to note—the group will be taking a break after their final show on August 30th at Parc Jean-Drapeau. So catch them in their last show in Toronto and get your tickets now!