Green Day, Weezer, and Fall Out Boy Announce ‘Hella Mega Tour’


If you are standing right now, you might just want to take a seat because what I am about to tell you is going to knock you right off of your feet.

Green DayWeezerFall Out Boy.  All on one tour.  Together.

Yes, the rock legends are heading out on a world tour next summer!  You can catch them in various stadiums and arenas across Europe and North America on the Hella Mega Tour, beginning in June.  The tour will run until the end of August, finishing up in Philadelphia.  Joining the three bands is the ska punk band, The Interrupters.

Now, there are a few ways to access tickets, so be diligent.

PRE-SALE will begin on Monday, September 16:

For North America, you can access the tickets at 10 am local time if you pre-order Weezer’s new album, Van Weezer, OR Green Day’s new album, Father Of All…, from their websites – click here for Weezer and here for Green Day.

Everyone else can access tickets at 11 am local time if you sign up for Weezer’s mailing list or Green Day’s mailing list on their websites.

GENERAL SALE will begin Friday, September 20, at 10 am local time.

June 13 — Paris, France:  La Defense Arena
June 14 — Groningen, Netherlands:  Stadspark
June 17 — Antwerp, Belgium:  Sportpaleis
June 21 — Vienna, Austria:  Ernst Happel Stadium
June 24 — Glasgow, Scotland:  Bellahouston Park
June 26 — London, England:  London Stadium 
June 27 — Huddersfield, England:  The John Smith’s Stadium 
June 29 — Dublin, Ireland:  RDS Arena
July 17 — Seattle, Washington:  T-Mobile Park
July 21 — San Francisco, California:  Oracle Park 
July 24 — San Diego, California:  Petco Park
July 25 — Los Angeles, California:  Dodger Stadium 
July 28 — Commerce City, Colorado:  DICK’s Sporting Goods Park
July 31 — Arlington, Texas:  Globe Life Field
Aug. 01 — Houston, Texas:  Minute Maid Park 
Aug. 05 — Miami, Florida:  Hard Rock Stadium 
Aug. 06 — Jacksonville, Florida:  TIAA Bank Field
Aug. 08 — Atlanta, Georgia:  SunTrust Park
Aug. 11 — Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Target Field
Aug. 13 — Chicago, Illinois:  Wrigley Field
Aug. 15 — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania:  PNC Park
Aug. 16 — Hershey, Pennsylvania:  Hersheypark Stadium
Aug. 19 — Detroit, Michigan:  Comerica Park
Aug. 21 — Washington, DC:  Nationals Park
Aug. 22 — New York, New York:  Citi Field
Aug. 24 — Toronto, Ontario:  Rogers Centre
Aug. 27 — Boston, Massachusetts:  Fenway Park 
Aug. 29 — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:  Citizens Bank Park

To celebrate the announcement, Green Day, Weezer, and Fall Out Boy released new singles from their upcoming albums, which you can check out below.

Green Day’s album, Father Of All…, will be out February 7, 2020

Weezer’s album, Van Weezer, will be out May 15, 2020

Fall Out Boy’s album, Greatest Hits:  Believers Never Die – Volume Two, will be out November 15, 2019


Keep up with Green Day:  Instagram // Twitter // Facebook // Website

Keep up with Weezer:  Instagram // Twitter // Facebook // Website

Keep up with Fall Out Boy:  Instagram // Twitter // Facebook // Website


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