Fall Out Boy – Amway – Sept 16 2018

(courtesy amwaycenter.com)

Grammy-nominated Chicago band, Fall Out Boy, will bring M A  N   I    A on the road to 25+ U.S. cities beginning August 29 in Uniondale, NY with special guest Machine Gun Kelly on all dates. Gym Class Heroes, Every Time I Die, Against The Current, State Champs, L.I.F.T., and nothing,nowhere will each join the tour on select dates to be announced. After months of anticipation, the multi-platinum selling band also release their seventh studio album, “M A  N   I    A,” today on Island Records/DCD2 Records. The album is available across all Digital Signal Processing (DSPs) now. The band also released a new music video for the track, “Church,” directed by Daveion Thompson – watch here. Fall Out Boy make their first appearance at Orlando’s Amway Center on Sunday, September 16. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, January 26 at 10 a.m.

American Express® Card Members may purchase tickets before the general public beginning Monday, January 22 at 10 a.m. EST through Thursday, January 25 at 10 p.m. EST. For complete pre-sale details and ticket information, please visit www.ticketmaster.com. For every ticket sold, $1.00 will go to the Fall Out Boy Fund benefiting charities throughout Chicago. Prior to the U.S. run, the band will continue their global tour with dates across Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Asia. For a complete list of tour dates, please visit https://falloutboy.com/tour.

On September 8, Fall Out Boy will return to the Windy City for a special homecoming milestone – their first-ever headline show at Chicago’s iconic Wrigley Field. The band previously performed at Wrigley as MLB’s first-ever live musical performance on Opening Night in April 2015. Most recently, Fall Out Boy took over the seventh-inning stretch and sang, “Take Me Out To The Ballgame,” on September 16, 2017, when the Chicago Cubs hosted the St. Louis Cardinals – a game at which bassist Pete Wentz, also had the honor of throwing the game’s ceremonial first pitch.

 

“I grew up going to games with my dad at Wrigley,” says Wentz. “This stadium contains so much magic from being a kid…. I can’t think of somewhere closer to me to come home and play a show at in Chicago.”

The band celebrated the album’s release this week with performances on “The Late Show” with Stephen Colbert last night and “Good Morning America” this morning, along with an appearance on MTV’s “TRL” on Wednesday. They will perform on “The Late Late Show” with James Corden on January 31.

 

  • On Sale Jan 26, 2018 10:00 am