There was a point in the 2000s when an Adam Ant comeback of any significance was about as likely as, well, a Trump presidency. Yet here we are. The Dandy Highwayman never seems to be off the road; one tour featuring a classic album performed in its entirety is followed by another, more traditional “singles and crowd faves” jaunt. This one is the latter, and Ant has pulled off a major coup by roping in reformed riot grrrls L7 to open for him. The two acts might be coming at punk rock from different angles, but between them there are countless phenomenal tunes. “Pretend We’re Dead” and then “Stand and Deliver.” “Shitlist” and then “Ant Music.” Nostalgic? Maybe, but both L7 and Adam Ant have been back to their best of late.