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Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Weezer to tour United Kingdom, release new albums

Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Weezer to tour United Kingdom, release new albums”

Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer are embarking on a "Hella Mega" stadium tour next summer, and will be taking over Petco Park on July 24 - which just happens to be Friday in the middle of Comic-Con.

The Rock and Roll hall of famers are also making a stop in some parts of Asia namely Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and South Korea before it heads to Europe and North America, as part of its #HellaMegaTour with U.S. rock bands Fall Out Boy, Weezer and The Interrupters. They call it the Hella Mega Tour, which is going to bring the best of 2000's pop punk to Ireland.

The hugely-popular trio of bands have announced a joint tour, which will take in a stop at Dublin's RDS on Monday June 29 2020.

Stick with GRD all next week to win tickets before they go on sale! .

It's a big day to like Green Day.

Green Day, formed in 1986 with over 70 million records sold worldwide, will play Father of All, the lead track on their forthcoming thirteenth studio album of the same name, out February 7, 2020.

Multi-platinum selling, Grammy-nominated Fall Out Boy's new single "Dear Future Self (Hands Up)" ft.

All three bands also released new songs today.



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