My Chemical Romance announce first US tour in 9 years
The band made the announcement with an era-spanning “A summoning...” video.January 29, 2020
My Chemical Romance sent fans into a frenzy yesterday with their latest teaser. While a potential nod to the Demolition Lovers was pretty cool, the MCRmy were more concerned with the sigils that appeared to be revealing cities for a U.S. tour. Add in a second and even more cryptic MCRXX teaser hours later, and fans are more than ready.
The band released the full “A Summoning…” video just moments ago, and now fans can take solace in knowing they were right. My Chemical Romance have officially announced their first U.S. tour in nine years in the video.
While there’s still hope of new music, the band released their last album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, in November 2010. They embarked on the first run supporting it, the World Contamination tour, beginning in October 2010 through July 2011 hitting North America, Europe and Japan.
Immediately following that run, MCR hit the Honda Civic tour to co-headline with blink-182. With Manchester Orchestra, Matt & Kim and more as support, the tour ran through the U.S. and Canada from August through October 2011. The band played some one-offs in 2012, including that last-minute Bamboozle set, before disbanding in 2013.
When announcing their only U.S. reunion show in Los Angeles for December, several sources confirmed with AltPress that a tour would happen in the U.S. Two weeks ago, the band fueled hopes with the Dangers Days teaser by captioning it with an American flag. Rumors then began flying on Reddit that a tour would be announced today according to an anonymous Live Nation source. Leaked dates for both Houston and Dallas surfaced shortly after, and now they’ve both been confirmed.
Now, the only question that remains is who will open the comeback tour of the decade? Check out the announcement below.
Check out all of the confirmed My Chemical Romance dates below with the new U.S. dates in bold. The newly announced North American gigs go on sale this Friday, Jan. 31 at noon local time. Tickets are available here.
03/20 – Melbourne, AU @ Melbourne Showgrounds (Download Melbourne)
03/21 – Sydney, AU @ Parramatta Park (Download Sydney)
03/25 – Western Springs, NZ @ The Outer Fields at Western Springs
03/28 – Osaka, JP @ INTEX Osaka
03/29 – Download Japan @ Makuhari Messe Event Hall
06/18 – Milton Keynes, UK @Stadium MK
06/20 – Milton Keynes, UK @ Stadium MK
06/21 – Milton Keynes, UK @ Stadium MK
06/23 – Dublin, Ireland @ Royal Hospital Kilmainham
07/04 – Bologna, Italy @ Sonic Park Fest
07/06 – Bonn, Germany @ KUNST!RASEN
07/11 – Moscow, Russia @ Gorky Park
09/09 – Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena
09/11 – St Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
09/12 – Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest
09/14 – Toronto, ON @ Scotiabank Arena
09/15 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden
09/17 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center
09/18 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
09/20 – Atlanta, GA @ Music Midtown
09/22 – Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center
09/26 – Sunrise, FL @ BB&T Center
09/29 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
09/30 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
10/02 – Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
10/04 – Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome
10/06 – Oakland, CA @ Oakland Arena
10/08 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum
10/10 – Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock Festival
10/11 – Las Vegas, NV @ T-Mobile Arena
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