Green Day, Fall Out Kid and Weezer have actually validated reports they have actually collaborated for a worldwide stadium tour.
The Hella Mega trek will kick off in Paris, France on 13 June and wind its method through Europe, with programs in Belgium, The Netherlands, Austria, Scotland, England and Ireland, previously striking North America in mid-July for dates at renowned locations like Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois, and Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.
The trip will cover on 29 August in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
” It’s sort of a Green Day idea,” frontman Billie Joe Armstrong told Beats 1, “and we spoke about how we weren’t truly wanting to do stadiums and do something that resembled (a) throwback to (the) Beasts of Rock Tour. There was, obviously, Fall Out Kid and Weezer and now we’re stired.”
Fall Out Kid’s Pete Wentz added, “I remember, in the 90s, there was this one summer season, and Weapons N’ Roses, Metallica went on the arena trip and my parents didn’t let me go to it. You want to recreate that memory.
” I believe this tour represents counter-programming … and it’s awesome to take part in that and be a little part of it.”
To release the trip, all 3 bands will carry out a historical show at the legendary Whisky A Go in Los Angeles on Tuesday night.
On the other hand, the 3 acts have all guaranteed fans new music prior to the start of the trip, with Green Day launching The Daddy of All Motherf ** kers– the title track of their 13th studio album, which is set for release on 7 February.
And Fall Out Boy have revealed information of their new single, Dear Future Self (Hands Up), which includes Wyclef Jean. The track will appear on their upcoming record Greatest Strikes: Believers Never Die– Volume Two, which will drop in mid-November.