Multi-platinum selling band Blink-182 was one of the leading bands on the early pop-punk scene in the late 1990s. Three of the band’s four major label records positioned within the top 10 on the Billboard 200 and helped earn the band an international audience.
In 2005, the band members announced the beginning of an indefinite hiatus for Blink-182. However, four years later in February 2009, the three reunited on stage at the Grammy Awards and announced plans for a new album and tour. During the band’s hiatus, guitarist Tom DeLonge, bassist Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker all pursued various solo projects.
In September 2008, Barker was returning from a concert with collaborator DJ AM (Adam Goldstein) when the pair’s Learjet crashed shortly after take-off, killing two of Barker’s close friends as well as the pilot and co-pilot. Barker and Goldstein suffered from severe burns, though doctors projected both would fully recover after rehabilitation.
Rapper Tyler, the Creator and singer-songwriter Jason Mraz are among artists releasing tickets to shows on Friday. Tyler, the Creator, fresh off festival performances at Boston Calling and Governor’s Ball, announced his upcoming tour this week in support of his new album IGOR. Mraz announced intimate An Evening with... Read more
The San Francisco-based Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival has announced its lineup of performers. The festival begins August 9 at Golden Gate Park and runs through August 11. Soul, hip-hop, rhythm and blues, pop-rock, classics and more will be represented at the three-day festival. Outside Lands will kick-off... Read more
Several highly-anticipated summer and fall tours will release general sale tickets on Friday. blink-182 and Lil Wayne’s co-headlining trek, Incubus’ 20th anniversary celebration of their album Make Yourself, the Jonas Brothers’ Happiness Begins tour and 21 Savage’s i am > i was tour all have tickets available tomorrow. Other... Read more
Summer and fall concerts continue a strong showing, with several highly-anticipated tours offering presale tickets tomorrow, including blink-182’s co-headlining jaunt with Lil Wayne. Straight No Chaser’s Open Bar tour will also have tickets up-for-grabs, as well as rock band Incubus’ tour celebrating 20 years of their album Make Yourself.... Read more
Several chart-topping artists will have tickets available for their summer and fall tours starting tomorrow. Rock band Incubus are hitting the road to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their breakthrough album Make Yourself, with presale tickets available for some dates starting tomorrow. The Jonas Brothers’ upcoming Happiness Begins tour... Read more
The punk-rockers of blink-182 are hitting the road this summer with rapper Lil Wayne for a diverse, co-headlining run across the U.S. The Live Nation-produced show will kick-off in Columbus, Ohio at Nationwide Arena, followed by shows at Hartford’s XFINITY Theatre, Pennsylvania’s Hershey Park Stadium, the Darien Lake Amphitheatre... Read more
Blink-182 announced that they are cancelling their mini-tour this fall since drummer Travis Barker’s health has not improved. Over the past few months, Barker has been sidelined after being admitted to the hospital for blood clots, a staph infection, and then was hospitalized again after being involved in a... Read more
Concerts control the daily listings of new event tickets on sale to close out the week. Leading the pack are new tours from Mac Miller, Cole Swindell, Marc Anthony, Beartooth, Halestorm and more. Pop-punk trio Blink-182 have a handful of tour dates on the horizon as well, though these... Read more
The pop-punkers of Blink-182 have released tour dates for a mini-tour this fall, in-between their ‘Kings of the Weekend’ residency at Las Vegas’ Palms Casino Resort. Over the past few months, the band has played in Vegas, but many shows were postponed due to health complications with drummer Travis... Read more
A number of Las Vegas entertainment finds its way onto today’s list of new ticket onsales, led by Blink-182’s Kings of the Weekend residency. The punk/rock trio recently announced they’d take over the Pearl Concert Theater at the Palms Casino for their first-ever residency, which is set to begin... Read more