Take A Trip Down Memory Lane With Fall Out Boy’s New Video
The clip – which comes ahead of their massive show at Chicago’s Wrigley Field in September – serves as a “love letter” to their hometown, and documents the band’s incredible rise from young emos to pop-rock megastars. Ahhh…
As well as the EP and video, Fall Out Boy also unveiled the ‘M A N I A Experience’, which will be happening in (surprise, surprise) Chicago, and will feature exclusive merch, giveaways, photo opportunities and a whole lot more…
Read the below statement:
“Sixteen days until we’re back to the city we grew up in, playing the biggest headline show we’ve ever played before in Chicago. Still so unreal that we’re playing Wrigley Field on September 8. Here’s a vid with a glimpse at all the madness throughout the years.
“Go get your tickets to the show so we can continue getting lost in this crazy dream with you
“We decided to start the party early by opening up the M A N I A Experience before the show starts on Saturday. We teamed up with so many incredible artists to help bring the album to life in a completely different lens, so get your cameras ready. There will be 12 different spaces for you to walk through (everything from a giant purple wave, to a room with music boxes filled with unreleased remixes and covers, and more). Frosty and Royal Tea will be there, in the fur, ready for some photo ops. Also gonna have a pop up shop with limited edition merch specific to the experience and Wrigley, giveaways and other fun along the way. Who knows what could happen.
“The M A N I A Experience will be open on September 8 and 9. Tickets will be free and you can RSVP starting on Tuesday, but more info coming soon.
“The M A N I A Tour part 2 starts next week in Long Island, see your faces soon.”
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