An iconic triple performance is coming! Green Day, Weezer and Fall Out Boy are teaming up for a mega stadium tour next year.
Green Day have been taking some time off from the music scenario since their last Revolution Radio tour, which finished in November 2017. The 2001 rock band Fall Out Boy have also been off the spotlight this year, performing exclusively on three summer festivals. However, Weezer have been killing it since their success with their cover of “Africa” by Toto, which became an international radio hit this past year.
The US ska punk band the Interrupters will also be joining the party, as they have been tapped up to open the show, followed by Weezer and Fall Out Boy. Green Day will be closing the concert every night.
The Hella Mega stadium tour will start next year and the first show is due to take place on June 13 in Paris. The tour will then hit the US the following month, starting at the Seattle’s T-Mobile Park on July 17 and it will end on August 29 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia.
To promote the tour, all three bands have announced that they will be releasing new music. Green Day’s new song “Father of All…” is one of the tracks included in the band upcoming album with the same name, which will be out in February.
Weezer has also dropped a new single titled “The End of the Game” and it comes from their forthcoming album Van Weezer, which arrives in May. Fall Out Boy has revealed a new single too, a collaboration with Wyclef Jean titled “Dear Future (Hands Up)”. The new track will be included in their upcoming compilation album Greatest Hits: Believers Never Die – Volume Two.