FALL OUT BOY Announces Summer 2023 U.S. Tour With BRING ME THE HORIZON
Grammy Award -nominated and multi-platinum selling rock band FALL OUT BOY is set to hit the road this summer with their 2023 headline tour "So Much For (Tour) Dust" . The 25-plus-date North American trek will kick off with a show of epic proportions at Chicago's famed Wrigley Field on June 21 before continuing through cities like St. Louis, Dallas, Phoenix, Atlanta, Toronto, and concluding in Camden, New Jersey on August 6.
In addition to Wrigley Field, "So Much For (Tour) Dust" includes three more stadium stops: BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, Forest Hills Stadium in New York and Fenway Park in Boston. Complete routing is available below.
FALL OUT BOY will be joined by BRING ME THE HORIZON on most dates, as well as ALKALINE TRIO , NEW FOUND GLORY , FOUR YEARS STRONG , THE ACADEMY IS… , ROYAL & THE SERPENT , GAMES WE PLAY , DAISY GRENADE and CARR on select shows throughout the tour's run.
Ticket presales for "So Much For (Tour) Dust" go on sale Thursday, February 2 beginning 10 a.m. local time. General tickets will be available for purchase beginning Friday, February 3 at 10 a.m. local time.
"So Much For (Tour) Dust" , presented by Live Nation , is in support of FALL OUT BOY 's forthcoming new album "So Much (For) Stardust" , which arrives March 24, 2023 on Fueled By Ramen / Elektra / DCD2 Records . The record was produced by Neal Avron .
Last Wednesday, FALL OUT BOY returned to their roots for a surprise homecoming show at Chicago's legendary 1,000-capacity Metro — announced only two days prior, the show immediately sold out. Just down the street from Wrigley Field, the band first played the venue in September 2002, a pivotal gig that FALL OUT BOY 's Patrick Stump jokingly called back to for the packed crowd two decades later: "Twenty years ago, I told my mom I was going to take a semester off [college] because we were headlining Metro and I wanted to see how that would work out." FALL OUT BOY 's Pete Wentz expressed the band's enduring relationship with the venue: "Walking up those stairs is the closest thing this band will have to church."
Variety hailed the night as a "triumphant hometown show," noting that "there are concerts, and there are events, and a hometown show in Chicago from [ FALL OUT BOY ] is definitely in the latter category." Over the course of the night, the band ripped through a mix of their biggest hits and deepest cuts, with Illinois Entertainer praising the set as "taking full advantage of both the intimate venue and the loyal hometown crowd to deliver a once-in-a-decade event."
The show also featured the live public debut of both "Love From The Other Side" and "Heartbreak Feels So Good" , two tracks from the new album and the latter of which was released the morning of the show. The Chicago Sun-Times lauded the two tracks, noting the new material "takes all they've learned and accomplished the past 20 years and combines it with their unflinching roots for an ultimate glow-up."
Prior to the show, the city was enveloped with teasing signage across city buildings and stations along the "L." Foreshadowing the impending tour announcement, the marquees at Metro and Wrigley both featured curiously complimentary nods to the 1989 film "Field Of Dreams" .
FALL OUT BOY first hit the stage in 2023 with a dynamic set at iHeartRadio ALTer EGO in Los Angeles, California on January 14, just days after officially revealing the release date for "Love From The Other Side" .
FALL OUT BOY most recently co-headlined "The Hella Mega Tour" in July 2021 alongside GREEN DAY and WEEZER , playing live in front of over one million fans on a sold-out global stadium tour. The U.S. leg included numerous sold-out stadium gigs — including renowned venues like Wrigley Field, Boston's Fenway Park and Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium. Critical and fan acclaim poured in, with USA Today hailing it "the most stacked line-up of any rock tour in 2021," Billboard noting that each night was "serving up a buffet of hits in front of one of the largest concert crowds," and Rolling Stone calling it "wildly entertaining." The tour was nominated for both "Major Tour Of The Year" and "Best Rock Tour" at the Pollstar Awards in 2021. The international leg of the tour took place throughout the summer of 2022.
"So Much (For) Stardust" is FALL OUT BOY 's eighth studio album and first since 2018's "Mania" , which garnered a Grammy nomination for "Best Rock Album" and marked their third consecutive and fourth overall No. 1 album.
June 21 - Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field * June 23 - Maryland Heights, MO @ Hollywood Casino * June 24 - Bonner Springs, KS @ Azura Amp. * June 27 - Woodlands, TX @ Mitchell Pavilion June 28 - Dallas, TX @ Dos Equis Pavilion June 30 - Phoenix, AZ @ Talking Stick July 01 - Chula Vista, CA @ North Island Amp. July 02 - Los Angeles, CA @ BMO Stadium July 05 - Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amp. July 07 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Usana Amp. July 09 - Englewood, CO @ Fiddler's Green July 11 - Rogers, AR @ Walmart Amp. July 13 - Somerset, WI @ Somerset Amp. July 15 - Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Ctr July 16 - Noblesville, IN @ Ruoff Ctr July 18 - Cuyahoga Falls, OH @ Blossom Ctr July 19 - Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube Live July 21 - Charlotte, NC @ PNC Pavilion July 22 - Virginia Beach, VA @ Veterans Amp. July 24 - W. Palm Beach, FL @ iThink Amp. July 25 - Tampa, FL @ MidFlorida Amp. July 26 - Atlanta, GA @ Lakewood Amp. July 29 - Clarkston, MI @ Pine Knob Theatre July 30 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada @ Budweiser Stage Aug. 01 - Forest Hills, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium Aug. 02 - Boston, MA @ Fenway Park Aug. 04 - Darien Center, NY @ Darien Lake Amp. Aug. 05 - Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Ctr Aug. 06 - Camden, NJ @ Freedom Pavilion
* With ALKALINE TRIO
Photo credit: Pamela Littky
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Here’s Bring Me The Horizon’s European tour setlist
Bring Me The Horizon kicked off their long-awaited Post Human European Tour in Germany last night with A Day To Remember, POORSTACY and Static Dress – here’s what they played.
It’s been a huge week on the live front for Bring Me The Horizon , with the band announcing a massive U.S. support slot with Fall Out Boy , before kicking off their own European run.
And last night they began the long-awaited Post Human Euro tour in style at Hannover, Germany’s Swiss Life Hall, joined by A Day To Remember , POORSTACY and Static Dress .
Horizon opened their 15-song set with the eternally massive Can You Feel My Heart, before running through the likes of Happy Song, Teardrops and MANTRA. Of course plenty of Post Human material was aired – such as Dear Diary, Parasite Eve and Kingslayer – plus their latest singles sTraNgeRs and DiE4u.
The encore then saw the triple-whammy of Obey, Sleepwalking and Throne. Ooooft!
Check out the full setlist :
1. Can You Feel My Heart 2. Happy Song 3. Teardrops 4. MANTRA 5. Dear Diary, 6. Parasite Eve 7. sTraNgeRs 8. Shadow Moses Itch for the Cure (When Will We Be Free?) 9.Kingslayer 10. DiE4u 11. Follow You (Acoustic) 12. Drown
13. Obey 14. Sleepwalking 15. Throne
Catch the Post Human European Tour at the following:
3 Berlin, Germany – Max-Schmeling-Halle 4 Frankfurt, Germany – Messehalle 6 Gliwice, Poland – Arena Gliwice 7 Prague, Czech Republic – Sportovni Hala V Holesovicich 9 Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle 10 Munich, Germany – Zenith 11 Milan, Italy – Mediolanium Forum 13 Toulouse, France – Zenith 15 Lisbon, Portugal – Sala Tejo 18 Madrid, Spain – Palacio Vistalegre 19 Barcelona, Spain – Sant Jordi Club 21 Basel, Switzerland – St. Jakobshalle 22 Stuttgart, Germany – Schleyer-Halle 24 Amsterdam, Holland – Ziggo Dome 25 Hamburg, Germany – Barclaycard Arena 26 Dusseldorf, Germany – Mitsubishi Electric Halle 28 Antwerp, Belgium – Lotto Arena
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Fall Out Boy Announce A Massive Tour With Bring Me The Horizon, Alkaline Trio, New Found Glory, And More
Fall Out Boy are preparing for the release of their new album So Much (For) Stardust with blazing singles “ Love From The Other Side ” and “ Heartbreak Feels So Good .” It’ll be the band’s first album since 2018’s Mania , so this comeback is highly anticipated and there’s much more to come, including a massive tour.
The Chicago natives announced a massive run with Bring Me The Horizon and Royal & the Serpent on all dates. Other openers for select shows include Alkaline Trio, New Found Glory, Four Year Strong, The Academy Is…, Games We Play, Daisy Grenade, and Carr. It’ll kick off in June in their hometown and end in August in Camden, NJ.
Find the full tour dates below.
6/21/23 — Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field ß * 6/23/23 — Maryland Heights, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre ß ø 6/24/23 — Bonner Springs, KS @ Azura Amphitheater ß ø 6/27/23 — The Woodlands, TX @ The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion ∂ ø 6/28/23 — Dallas, TX @ Dos Equis Pavilion ∂ ø 6/30/23 — Phoenix, AZ @ Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre ∂ ø 7/1/23 — Chula Vista, CA @ North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre ∂ ø 7/2/23 — Los Angeles, CA @ BMO Stadium ∂ ∆ 7/5/23 — Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheatre ∂ ø 7/7/23 — Salt Lake City, UT @ USANA Amphitheatre ∂ ø 7/9/23 — Englewood, CO @ Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre ∂ ø 7/11/23 — Rogers, AR @ Walmart AMP ∂ Ω 7/13/23 — Somerset, WI @ Somerset Amphitheater ∂ Ω 7/15/23 — Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center ∂ Ω 7/16/23 — Noblesville, IN @ Ruoff Music Center ∂ Ω 7/18/23 — Cuyahoga Falls, OH @ Blossom Music Center ∂ Ω 7/19/23 — Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube Live ∂ Ω 7/21/23 — Charlotte, NC @ PNC Music Pavilion ∂ Ω 7/22/23 — Virginia Beach, VA @ Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater ∂ Ω 7/24/23 — West Palm Beach, FL @ iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre ∂ Ω 7/25/23 — Tampa, FL @ MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre ∂ Ω 7/26/23 — Atlanta, GA @ Lakewood Amphitheater ∂ ¥ 7/29/23 — Clarkston, MI @ Pine Knob Music Theatre ∂ ¥ 7/30/23 — Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage ∂ ¥ 8/1/23 — Forest Hills, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium ∂ ¥ 8/2/23 — Boston, MA @ Fenway Park ∂ † 8/4/23 — Darien Center, NY @ Darien Lake Amphitheater ∂ ¥ 8/5/23 — Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center ∂ ¥ 8/6/23 — Camden, NJ @ Freedom Mortgage Pavilion ∂ ¥
∂ Bring Me The Horizon + Royal & the Serpent ß Alkaline Trio ∆ New Found Glory † Four Year Strong * The Academy Is… ¥ Games We Play ø Daisy Grenade Ω Carr
So Much (For) Stardust is out 3/24 via Fueled By Ramen/DCD2. Pre-order it here .
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Tickets go on sale this Friday (February 3)
Fall Out Boy have announced a North American tour featuring special guests Bring Me The Horizon , Alkaline Trio , Royal & The Serpent and more – check out the full list of tour dates below and buy tickets here .
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The emo veterans will embark on their ‘So Much For (Tour) Dust’ on June 21, 2023 in Chicago, with stops in Dallas, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Tampa, Atlanta, Toronto and more, before finishing up in New Jersey on August 6.
In addition to first venue Wrigley Field, Chicago, the tour will include three more stadium dates: BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, Forest Hills Stadium in New York and Fenway Park in Boston.
The band will be joined by Bring Me The Horizon on most dates, as well as Alkaline Trio, New Found Glory , Four Year Strong , The Academy Is… , Royal & The Serpent, Games We Play, Daisy Grenade and Carr at select shows.
🚨 WAKE UP, we’re going on tour 🚨 ✨So Much For (Tour) Dust✨ is coming to stadiums & amphitheaters this summer! Taking @bmthofficial + @royalandtheserp along for the ride + @Alkaline_Trio , @newfoundglory , @fouryearstrong & @TheAcademyIs on select dates https://t.co/uI1HzLyPKj pic.twitter.com/nFHXMjfQDn — Fall Out Boy (@falloutboy) January 31, 2023
“WAKE UP, we’re going on tour!” that band tweeted today (January 31), alongside a teaser video of the band on Zoom to BMTH frontman Oli Sykes .
The announcement comes after Fall Out Boy tweeted a cryptic tweet in which the band posted a picture of an umbrella , which fans believed to be reference to Bring Me The Horizon’s album, ‘That’s The Spirit’.
Pre-sale starts Thursday, February 2 at 10am local time, while general tickets will be available from Friday, February 3 at 10am local time. You can check out the full tour schedule below and buy your tickets here .
Fall Out Boy – ‘So Much For (Tour) Dust’ 2023 North American Dates
21 – Chicago, IL, Wrigley Field 23 – Maryland Heights, MO, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre 24 – Bonner Springs, KS, Azura Amphitheater 27 – The Woodlands, TX, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion 28 – Dallas, TX, Dos Equis Pavilion 30 – Phoenix, AZ, Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre
1 – Chula Vista, CA, North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre 2 – Los Angeles, CA, BMO Stadium 5 – Mountain View, CA, Shoreline Amphitheatre 7 – Salt Lake City, UT, USANA Amphitheatre 9 – Englewood, CO, Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre 11 – Rogers, AR, Walmart AMP 13 – Somerset, WI, Somerset Amphitheater 15 – Cincinnati, OH, Riverbend Music Cente 16 – Noblesville, IN, Ruoff Music Cente 18 – Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Blossom Music Center 19 – Bristow, VA, Jiffy Lube Live 21 – Charlotte, NC, PNC Music Pavilion 22 – Virginia Beach, VA, Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater 24 – West Palm Beach, FL, iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre 25 – Tampa, FL, MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre 26 – Atlanta, GA, Lakewood Amphitheater 29 – Clarkston, MI, Pine Knob Music Theatre 30 – Toronto, ON,Budweiser Stage
1 – Forest Hills, NY, Forest Hills Stadium 2 – Boston, MA, Fenway Park 4 – Darien Center, NY, Darien Lake Amphitheater 5 – Holmdel, NJ, PNC Bank Arts Center 6 – Camden, NJ, Freedom Mortgage Pavilion
Speaking to NME earlier this month about their forthcoming new album , ‘So Much (For) Stardust’ – Out March 24 – Fall Out Boy compared it to the spirit of their divisive 2009 album ‘Folie à Deux’, though said it’s “it’s not a throwback record”.
“I didn’t want to go back to a specific style, but I wanted to imagine what would it have sounded like if we had made a record right after ‘Folie à Deux’ [Fall Out Boy’s divisive 2009 album] instead of taking a break for a few years,” frontman Patrick Stump said. “It was like exploring the multiverse. It was an experiment in seeing what we would have done.”
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Review: In Tampa, Fall Out Boy’s explosive concert visited songs old and new
- Gabrielle Calise Times staff
TAMPA — Fall Out Boy’s headlining set at MidFlorida Credit Union Ampitheatre on Tuesday kicked off with a bang. Many earsplitting bangs, in fact.
After the red velvet curtain peeled open to reveal the four-piece band, the first handful of songs set the tone with a POP!-POP!-POP! of fireworks, plumes of fog and showers of sparks. Ribbons of flame flared across the stage and burst from the end of Pete Wentz’s bass, so hot you could feel it on your face in the seats.
In a dazzling concert packed with Fall Out Boy songs new and old, the band proved why they still have the hearts of pop-punk lovers of all ages. Their followers came to scream along to nearly 30 songs, wearing their Warped Tour-inspired best: freshly-dyed hair, “Make America Emo Again” T-shirts and a plethora of black Chuck Taylors.
The show fit in well during a summer of emo revival in Tampa Bay that has already featured many nostalgia-inducing concerts from the MySpace era, including Yellowcard, Blink-182 and Taking Back Sunday.
Fall Out Boy’s marathon set included songs from each of their eight studio albums. They touched on soaring anthem rock (”Centuries” and “Save Rock and Roll”) as well as throwbacks to their catchiest singalong hits (”This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race” and “Sugar, We’re Goin Down”).
The quartet paid special attention to their latest and first projects: 2023′s “So Much (for) Stardust,” which fans have praised for evoking Fall Out Boy’s older sound that has been missing from the post-hiatus mainstream pop years, and “Take This To Your Grave,” their debut record which just turned 20.
As Fall Out Boy launched into songs from the latter, the more extreme pyrotechnical elements were traded for simple blue lighting: a nod to the “Take This To Your Grave” album cover. Singer Patrick Stump reminded fans that their journey kicked off, in some ways, in the Sunshine State.
“We wrote [“Dead on Arrival”] like 20 years ago, and we sent it into a label in Florida called Fueled By Ramen,” Stump said.
Stump remains a stunning vocalist, shining through the night as he howled his signature soulful belt. He’s a treat to watch prancing across the stage, but is best appreciated during the stripped-down moments. A highlight came during “What a Catch, Donnie,” watching Stump plunk away on the piano, face glistening with beads of sweat as he squeezed his eyes shut and showed off his falsetto.
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This is not to say the rest of the band didn’t bring it, too. Drummer Andy Hurley anchored the intensity throughout the set, rivaling the firecrackers behind him with a thunder of breakneck ferocity. Lead guitarist Joe Trohman was a delight whether he was strumming catchy, hip-shaking surf-rock for “Uma Thurman” or showing off his Chicago hardcore punk roots during the “Take This to Your Grave” deep cuts. Wentz brought the same vibe when he dove into the crowd during the end of “Saturday.” He ended the show with a throaty scream as black and white confetti fluttered around him.
We must take a moment to talk about the openers, who all succeeded in ratcheting up the energy before Fall Out Boy’s big bang. The night kicked off with raunchy alt-pop singer songwriter Carr (aka Carly McClellan), who skipped around stage in a black tutu and brought along a crowdsurfing blow-up doll named Ginger.
Next, Royal and the Serpent showed support for the LGBTQ+ community. Fans screamed as singer Ryan Santiago ripped off her Tampa Bay Lightning jersey to reveal a tank top with the message, “Protect Trans Kids.” She offered an updated version of the pledge:
“I pledge allegiance to the drag and the united gays of America,” Santiago said. “To safety in public, from queer to trans. One nation, underdogs.”
British band Bring Me the Horizon, whose set spanned metalcore to trippy electro-rock, continued the political motif in between mosh pits.
“I get it. This is a country divided,” frontman Oliver Sykes said. “So what I need you to do, America, is open your minds. Open your hearts. And most importantly, open the f--king pit.”
Wearing a tight tank top labeled “CULT LEADER,” Sykes snaked up and around the amphitheater as he sang “Drown,” a tattoo-covered Pied Piper mobbed by adoring fans trying to touch him at every turn.
Bring Me the Horizon’s aggressive metal guitars and guttural screams may have been too heavy for others (read: the parents who took that time to scroll Facebook), but the electricity of their set foreshadowed what was to come.
By the time Fall Out Boy took the stage a little after 9 p.m., the crowd was buzzing. Though not even earplugs could prepare fans for the deafening fireworks punctuating the first few songs and the encore. Some of the bangs were downright jarring.
Wentz led much of the pageantry during the show, interrogating a Magic 8 ball to determine the night’s surprise song (”Miss Missing You,” off the band’s first post-hiatus album, “Save Rock and Roll”). After the song, the bassist delivered a moody spoken word track, “Baby Annihilation.”
“The first time I took the mask off, just had another one on underneath,” he recited into the microphone. “I’m just melted wax on a birthday cake, another year fades away/ Charcoal crushed, pixie fever, angel dust.”
At the end, Wentz held a silky black cloth over his head. When he dropped it, the fabric collapsed into a heap. Wentz reappeared several stories up, holding his bass at the top of a gnarled tree at the back of the stage. He started to strum. Not a Fall Out Boy song, but Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train.”
The riff bled into “Dance, Dance.” Wentz evaporated again. Then there he was halfway across the amphitheater, shredding from behind the soundboard.
The members of the band weren’t the only ones with surprises up their sleeves. During “Fake Out,” the crowd turned the venue into a sea of swaying rosy lights. These weren’t the high-tech, light-up bracelets that Taylor Swift used on her Eras Tour. Instead, fans in cities across the tour have been using the internet to coordinate “ The Stardust Project ,” passing out pink slips of paper for others to hold up to their cell phone flashlights.
“That looks pretty [expletive] awesome,” Wentz said.
It was a long night, and a hot one. First responders retrieved a number of overheated fans. Wentz, wearing a combo of leather pants and a hoodie despite the heat index of 96, paused several times to address the heat: Once to ask for water for the folks in the pit, and another praise security for keeping an eye on fans.
The surreal set pieces onstage nodded to Fall Out Boy’s weirder lyrics and motifs from over the years. A giant Doberman puppet mouthed along at one point. There were ticking clock faces and cartoon moons and pink seashells galore.
All of the fanfare made for a fun and unforgettable show. But the way the crowd was thrashing along and hollering every lyric, you could tell they didn’t need any extra spectacle to find the night special. Just hearing these songs — especially the throwbacks — was explosive enough.
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A recording of Fall Out Boy’s recent single, a topical twist on Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire,” blasted over the speakers right before the band came onstage. Then “The Pink Seashell,” a spoken word piece narrated by Ethan Hawke, played right before the curtain opened and the group emerged.
- Love From the Other Side
- The Phoenix
- Sugar, We’re Goin Down
- Uma Thurman
- A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More “Touch Me”
- Dead on Arrival
- Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy
- Calm Before the Storm
- This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race
- Disloyal Order of Water Buffaloes
- Heaven, Iowa
- Hum Hallelujah
- Headfirst Slide Into Cooperstown on a Bad Bet
- What a Catch, Donnie (a partial snippet of this song was played on piano)
- Golden (another partial song, also on piano)
- Don’t Stop Believin’ (a Journey cover on piano)
- The Last of the Real Ones
- Save Rock and Roll
- Baby Annihilation (spoken word performance by Pete Wentz)
- Crazy Train (a partial Ozzy Osbourne cover)
- Dance, Dance
- Hold Me Like a Grudge
- Miss Missing You
At this point, the band went straight into a four-song encore, saving time by having Wentz simply announce it instead of going offstage and coming back on.
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Gabrielle Calise is a culture reporter who covers music, nostalgia and offbeat Florida trends. Reach her at [email protected].
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Fall Out Boy Set List Revealed for 2023's So Much For (Tour) Dust
Fall Out Boy is on tour for the summer and the set list from their first show has been revealed!
Patrick Stump , Pete Wentz , Andy Hurley , and Joe Trohman launched their So Much For (Tour) Dust global headline tour with a sold-out hometown show at Wrigley Field on Wednesday (June 21) in Chicago, Ill.
The tour included their hit songs and tracks from the new album So Much (For) Stardust .
So Much For (Tour) Dust continues this weekend with shows in St. Louis and Kansas City before continuing for 20+ dates across North America this summer, and Europe & the UK this fall. In addition to Wrigley Field, So Much For (Tour) Dust includes three more stadium stops: BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, Forest Hills Stadium in New York (sold out) and Fenway Park in Boston.
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Royal & the Serpent Setlist at Amsterdam Bar and Hall, St. Paul, MN, USA
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