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Fall Out Boy

Finished Jul 11, 2023

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Fall Out Boy Tour So Much For (Tour) Dust

Fall Out Boy

Finished Jul 11, 2023

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Fall Out Boy Tour So Much For (Tour) Dust

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So Much For (Tour) Dust

Fall Out Boy bring their tour and new album 'So Much (for) Stardust' starting in June 2023! They will be supported by Bring Me To The Horizon, Alkaline Trio, New Found Glory, Royal & the Serpent, Daisy Grenade and many more. Fans will expect old hits as well as new material from the new album. There's no doubt, it's going to be a night to remember!

The Chicago natives first formed in 2001, taking their name from a fictional Simpsons character (the members are huge fans of the show!), and were constant fixtures in the tabloid press thanks to bassist Pete Wentz's highly publicized relationship - and later, marriage- with pop princess Ashley Simpson, as well as his erratic public antics.

They went on hiatus in 2008 with various members citing personal difficulties, with Wentz entering treatment for prescription drug abuse. Now with their issues behind them, the band reunited in 2013 with a stunning comeback that took music experts by surprise with their fifth studio album Save Rock and Roll, and mammoth worldwide tour that saw them travel the world for over a year and a half.

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Finished Jul 11, 2023

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Customer reviews

2 reviews, average rating: (4.0 Stars)

Roni

Another great show!

This is my fourth (and definitely not my last) Fall Out Boy show, and my second show on the Mania tour and I will say that it may have been the best who yet. It's hard to compare because the boys are good every time. Patrick is one of those singers whose voice is just as good, if not better, live. The theatrics, use of pyrotechnics for the show may catch people off guard- so be ready! It's LOUD and spectacular. This tour has them out into the audience on a catwalk stage which makes the band feel more accessible to the fans. There is also a treat for those at the rear of the arena, when Andy, Joe, Pat, and Pete go to the back and perform on raised platforms. The one Pete and Pat are on rises up even with the 300 level so it's like having a front row seat-- and they do several songs there. If you can't get seats down front, you should look for ones here because you will be front row for part of the show! The show is high energy from the first note to the last and I enjoyed every second. ... Read more

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