If you were a teen in the early 00’s you probably listened to at least one if not all of the fan favorite “My Chemical Romance” tunes that lived on the radio. If you never got the chance to see them live back then, don’t worry, because they are getting ready to hit the road again in 2020!
My Chemical Romance is the latest band to reunite and hit the road.
The rock outfit performs Sept. 29 at Toyota Center. Tickets are $59.50-$199.50 and go on sale at noon Friday at toyotacenter.com. The band performed a sold-out show in December at Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, which kickstarted talk of a tour. The band’s last album, “Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys,” was released in 2010. Their biggest hit was the 2006 single “Welcome to the Black Parade.”
My Chemical Romance shared a short film titled “A summoning…” featuring music from band members Ray Toro and James Muhoberac. The clip follows a boy, played by Marcos Garcia, as he tries to evade a trio of masked figures.
The tour begins Sept. 9 in Detroit, Mich., and ends Oct. 11 in Las Vegas, Nev. Tickets go on sale Friday at 12 p.m. local time.
My Chemical Romance disbanded in 2013 after releasing four studio albums as a group. The band reunited in December for a show at Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Here’s the full list of dates for the My Chemical Romance reunion tour:
Sept. 9 – Detroit, Mich., at Little Caesars Arena
Sept. 11 – St. Paul, Minn., at Xcel Energy Center
Sept. 12 – Chicago, Ill., at Riot Fest
Sept. 14 – Toronto, Ontario, at Scotiabank Arena
Sept. 15 – Boston, Mass., at TD Garden
Sept. 17 – Brooklyn, N.Y., at Barclays Center
Sept. 18 – Philadelphia, Pa., at Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 20 – Atlanta, Ga., at Music Midtown – Piedmont Park
Sept. 22 – Newark, N.J., at Prudential Center
Sept. 26 – Sunrise, Fla., at BB&T Center
Sept. 29 – Houston, Texas, at Toyota Center
Sept. 30 – Dallas, Texas, at American Airlines Center
Oct. 2 – Denver, Colo., at Pepsi Center
Oct. 4 – Tacoma, Wash., at Tacoma Dome
Oct. 6 – Oakland, Calif., at Oakland Arena
Oct. 8 – Los Angeles, Calif., at The Forum
Oct. 10 – Sacramento, Calif., at Aftershock
Oct. 11 – Las Vegas, Nev., at T-Mobile Arena