My Chemical Romance Announce North American Tour
Ever since the announcement of their reunion, fans of My Chemical Romance have wished for one thing: an honest-to-goodness reunion tour. And while the band have given them several massive shows around the world, they’ve held off on announcing a full-on tour… until now. Today, My Chemical Romance have officially announced a U.S. tour.
Obviously, this is monumental. It’s not as though the My Chem reunion hasn’t been real, per se – honestly, how many shows can one band play before they’re formally Back Together? – and yet it somehow makes the band’s decision to reunite feel less like an experiment, and more like the future of rock.
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See My Chemical Romance live at one of the following dates:
My Chemical Romance U.S. tour 2020
09 Little Caesars Arena Detroit, MI
11 Xcel Energy Center St. Paul, MN
12 Riot Fest Chicago, IL
14 Scotiabank Arena Toronto, ON
15 TD Garden Boston, MA
17 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY
18 Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, PA
20 Music Midtown Festival Atlanta, GA
22 Prudential Center Newark, NJ
26 BB&T Center Sunrise, FL
29 Toyota Center Houston, TX
30 American Airlines Center Dallas, TX
02 Pepsi Center Denver, CO
04 Tacoma Dome Tacoma, WA
06 Oakland Arena Oakland, CA
08 The Forum Los Angeles, CA
10 Aftershock Festival Sacramento, CA
11 T‑Mobile Arena Las Vegas, NV
The dates were revealed in the most incredible tour announcement video we have ever seen.
You can also My Chemical Romance at the following dates this year:
20 Melbourne, Australia – Download Festival
21 Sydney, Australia – Download Festival
25 Auckland, New Zealand – Western Springs
28 Osaka, Japan – Intex
29 Tokyo, Japan – Download Festival
18 Milton Keynes, UK – Stadium MK
20 Milton Keynes, UK – Stadium MK
21 Milton Keynes, UK – Stadium MK
23 Dublin, Ireland – Hospital Kilmainham
1 Hungary – Volt Festival
4 Bologna, Italy – Arena Parco Nord
6 Bonn, Germany – KUNST!RASEN
11 Moscow, Russia – Park Livem
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