In a stunning announcement, three of rock's biggest artists announced that not only would they be putting out brand new music in 2020, but that they would be hitting the road together for a colossal global stadium tour. Green Day, Fall Out Boy, AND Weezer have announced that they will be hitting the road together for a 20-date tour which they've dubbed "The Hella Mega Tour".
The North American leg of the tour will kick off on Friday, July 17th in Seattle, WA (followed just a few days later on July 21st with a Bay Area date at San Francisco's Oracle Park), and will conclude on August 29th in Philadelphia, PA. The Interrupters will open each date.
But what's a monumental tour without new music? Each of the three headliners will have a new album out by the time the tour is set to kick off next summer. Green Day have announced that they will be releasing their thirteenth studio album, Father Of All...(Motherfuckers), on February 7th, 2020 via Reprise Records. Weezer will also be releasing their fourteenth studio album, Van Weezer on May 15th, 2020 via Atlantic Records. Fall Out Boy have yet to announce any plans for a new full-length album, but they did unveil both a new greatest hits album, Believers Never Die: Volume 2, and a new single entitled "Dear Future Self (Hands Up)", which features a guest vocal spot from Wyclef Jean.
You can find a lot more information below surrounding all of the aforementioned news, including tour dates, ticketing information for the Hella Mega Tour, new music from each band, and so much more. Believe us when we say that we are ready for it to be July 2020.
Ticket pre-sale information can be found here. General ticket sale begins on Friday, September 20th at 10 AM local venue time.
Hella Mega Tour Dates: North America 2020
July 17: Seattle, WA - T-Mobile Park
July 21: San Francisco, CA - Oracle Park
July 24: San Diego, CA - Petco Park
July 25: Los Angeles, CA - Dodger Stadium
July 28: Commerce City, CO - DICK’S Sporting Goods Park
July 31: Dallas, TX - Globe Life Field
August 1: Houston, TX - Minute Maid Park
August 5: Miami Beach, FL - Hard Rock Stadium
August 6: Jacksonville, FL - TIAA Band Field
August 8: Atlanta, GA - SunTrust Park
August 11: Minneapolis, MN - Target Field
August 13: Chicago, IL - Wrigley Field
August 15: Pittsburgh, PA - PNC Park
August 16: Hershey, PA - Hersheypark Stadium
August 19: Detroit, MI - Comerica Park
August 21: New York, NY - Citi Field
August 24: Toronto, ON - Rogers Centre
August 27: Boston, MA - Fenway Park
August 29: Philadelphia, PA - Citizens Bank Park