The Here We Go Again Tour kicked off with a celebratory performance at London's O2.
Rock heavyweights Green Day , Fall Out Boy and Weezer have announced details of forthcoming UK stadium shows, taking to Glasgow, London and Huddersfield in June 2020.
The Hella Mega Tour comes in support of Green Day’s forthcoming album Father Of All…, from which they have unveiled the title track and lead single. The album is due for release on 7 February 2020 through Reprise / Warner Records.
Tour partners Fall Out Boy and Weezer have both released new singles too, with the former unveiling Dear Future Self (Hands Up) featuring Wyclef Jean and taken from their forthcoming Greatest Hits: Believers Never Die – Volume Two collection, due for release on 15 November 2019 through Island Records.
Weezer have unveiled new track The End of the Game, taken from their forthcoming Van Weezer record due in May 2020.
Check out Green Day’s new track Father Of All… below:
Pre-order Green Day’s forthcoming new album from their official store before 15:00 on Thursday 19 September 2019 to access the presale for this tour.
Fans will be emailed a link and unique code to access the presale.
The presale begins at 10:00 on Tuesday 17 September 2019.
Green Day’s forthcoming LP marks the band’s thirteenth studio album and follows on from their chart-topping 2016 release Revolution Radio.
Forming in Northern California in the late ’80s, Green Day mixed punk rock with pop sensibilities to pioneer a new pop punk sound.
The trio first found huge commercial success with their 1994 effort Dookie.
Containing the singles Longview, Basket Case, Welcome to Paradise, When I Come Around and She, the album was a critical and commercial smash.
Dookie has sold over 20 million copies across the globe and in 1995 earned the band their first Grammy Award for Best Alternative Album.
The band have followed up the album with 1995’s Insomniac, 1997’s Nimrod, 2000’s Warning, 2004’s American Idiot, 2009’s 21st Century Breakdown, 2012’s trio of albums ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré! and 2016’s Revolution Radio.
Some of Green Day’s best-known tracks include American Idiot, Good Riddance (Time of Your Life), Know Your Enemy, Holiday, 21 Guns, Minority, American Idiot, Boulevard of Broken Dreams and Wake Me Up When September Ends.
Known for their mammoth setlists, Green Day have performed to packed out stadiums all across the globe. The last time the band played in the UK was for a sold out show at London’s Hyde Park in 2017.
The Hella Mega Tour will see the band joined by pop-punk veterans Fall Out Boy, known for tracks such as Sugar, We’re Going Down, I Don’t Care and Centuries. The band, comprising Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Joe Trohman and Andy Hurley most recently released their seventh studio album, Mania back in January 2018.
The trio of heavy-hitters is completed by legendary California rockers Weezer, whose hits include Beverly Hills, Island in the Sun and Buddy Holly.
Weezer, fronted by Rivers Cuomo, released their iconic debut self-titled full-length – since nicknamed the Blue Album – in 1994. 2019 has already seen the band unveil two brand new records – both the Teal and the Black album. They are now gearing up to release Van Weezer, inspired by their love of metal and building on their 2002 record Maladroit.
Catch Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer at the following UK shows next summer.
24 June 2020 – Bellahouston Park, Glasgow
26 June 2020 – London Stadium
27 June 2020 – The John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield
Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer tickets are likely to be very popular, so we’ve listed some information and tips below to help fans get into the shows.
How much will Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer tickets cost?
London: £45 | £65 | £75 | £85 + fees
Huddersfield: £55 | £65 | £75 | £85 + fees
Glasgow: £62.50 + fees
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