The newly announced North American leg of Blink-182’s 2024 “One More Time” tour will see the band perform in stadiums and arenas, including stops in Los Angeles (at SoFi Stadium) on July 6 and New York (at Citi Field) on July 21.
The Live Nation-produced tour will visit 30 cities, including in addition to LA and NYC, San Diego, Boston, Toronto, Miami, Denver, Las Vegas, San Francisco, and others. It will feature the original lineup of Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge, and Travis Barker.
The tour promotes the recently released One More Time album, the group’s first studio effort in a decade. Columbia Records put out the album on October 20.
On Friday, October 27 at 10 a.m. local time,(Blink-182) blink182.com will begin selling tour tickets.
The tour schedule for North America is as follows:
Orlando, Florida’s Amway Center, June 20
Miami, Florida – June 21 – Kaseya Center
Frost Bank Center, San Antonio, Texas, June 24
Fort Worth, Texas – Dickies Arena – June 25
Denver, Colorado — Ball Arena — June 27
June 30 – Petco Park in San Diego, California
Desert Diamond Arena, July 2, Glendale, Arizona*
Las Vegas, Nevada, July 3 – T-Mobile Arena
Los Angeles, California — SoFi Stadium — July 6
Fresno, California (July 8), Save Mart Center
San Francisco, California – July 9 – Chase Center
11 July, Delta Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Portland, Oregon – Moda Center – July 13
14 July – Gorge Amphitheatre in Quincy, Washington
Citi Field, Flushing, New York, July 21
Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts, July 23
The XFINITY Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut, on July 24
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Wells Fargo Center – July 26
Washington, DC’s Capital One Arena on July 27
Greenville, South Carolina, July 29 – Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Raleigh, North Carolina, July 30 – PNC Arena
Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky, August 1
Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN, Tuesday, August 2
Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 6
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 7 – Fiserv Forum
August 9 – T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Missouri
Aug. 10 – Enterprise Center in St. Louis, MO
Detroit, Michigan — Little Caesars Arena — August 12
Columbus, Ohio’s Schottenstein Center, August 13
Rogers Centre+ in Toronto, ON, on August 15.
The following dates have already been made public for the world tour:
Feb. 8 RAC Arena, Perth, Australia
Perth, Australia (Feb. 9): RAC Arena!
Feb. 11 – Entertainment Center in Adelaide, Australia!
Australia’s Melbourne on February 13 at Rod Laver Arena!
Melbourne, Australia’s Rod Laver Arena on February 14!
Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia, on February 16!
Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia, on February 17!
Brisbane, Australia, February 19 – Entertainment Center!
Brisbane, Australia, February 20 – Entertainment Center!
Brisbane, Australia, February 21 – Entertainment Center!
Sydney, Australia on February 23 at Qudos Bank Arena!
Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia, on February 24!
Auckland, New Zealand, March 2: Spark Arena!
Christchurch Arena on March 4 in New Zealand!
Lollapalooza Argentina, Chile & Brazil, Estereo Picnic, and Asuncionico will take place in March 2024.
Dates for the exact performances will be revealed.
Pal Norte Festival in Monterrey, Mexico, in March 2024
Date of the exact performance will be disclosed.
Mexico City, Mexico – The Sports Palace – April 2, 2024
Mexico City, Mexico – The Sports Palace – April 5, 2024
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SSE Arena in Belfast, UK, on August 26
Dublin, Ireland’s Royal Hospital Kilmainham on August 27
Glasgow, UK, August 29 the OVO Hydro
Glasgow, UK, August 30 the OVO Hydro