Blink-182 announce world tour with original line-up and they’re coming to Australia in 2024
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If you know a reformed (or still current) pop-punk kid, you might want to do a welfare check on them because they may have spontaneously combusted over this news.
Blink-182 are BACK.
So get out your lip rings, hair gel, and emo fringes at the ready and be prepared to yell 'It's not a phase, mom', because their 2024 world tour is coming Down Under.
Blink-182’s Australian tour will kick off in Perth’s RAC Arena on February 9.
Next up is the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on February 11, then onto Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on February 13, Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena on February 16, and winding the Aussie leg up at Brisbane Entertainment Centre on February 19.
And that's not all. Rise Against will join them on the tour.
That's still not all: they're releasing a new single called 'Edging' on Friday, October 14 and a new album is on its way.
This tour will be Blink's biggest ever, kicking off in March 2023 through to February 2024.
The tour announcement also features a few major festival appearances in Latin America and the US, including Lollapalooza alongside co-headliners Billie Eilish and Drake, and the 2023 edition of When We Were Young festival.
To tide you over until tickets go on sale, Mark, Travis, and Tom are also set to drop their new single 'Edging' on Friday, 14 October, marking the first time in a decade that the trio have been in the studio together. Am I getting emotional over this? Yes, yes I am.
The band, who formed back in 1992, first broke up in 2005 but got back together in 2009.
Tickets go on sale Monday, 17 October at 10:00am local time on blink182.com