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Fall Out Boy Announced As Headliners For Riot Fest 2024

Riot Fest is officially back for 2024, taking place on September 20, 21, and 22 at Bridgeview, Illinois’ Seatgeek Stadium. Headliners include Fall Out Boy on Friday, Beck on Saturday, and Slayer on Sunday. The festival lineup boasts myriad rock staples including The Offspring, who are playing their 1994 LP Smash, NOFX, Taking Back Sunday, Sum 41, and beyond. Plus, rising stars such as Heart Attack Man, Sweet Pill, and Loveless, will also be taking to the Riot Fest stages. While announcing their festival slot, Fall Out Boy shared, “[H]aving a big ol’ Chicago homecoming + headlining #RiotFest on September… Read more »


Fall Out Boy Announces So Much For (2our) Dust Streaming Event

If you already miss Fall Out Boy following the conclusion of their So Much For (2our) Dust dates, fear not! The band is helping fans get hyped all over again with a special concert streaming event. On June 7, fans can stream the Madison Square Garden show via Veeps. The stream will begin at 8 p.m. on June 7, and will be available to Veeps All Access users through May 31, 2025. You can subscribe to Veeps for $11.99 monthly and may cancel anytime. Here, viewers will be able to see the expansive 29-song set, including a cameo from William… Read more »


Fall Out Boy’s Andy Hurley Will Guest Drum On ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers’

Fresh off of the second leg of the So Much For (Tour) Dust run, Fall Out Boy drummer Andy Hurley heads to the late-night TV circuit. Well, kinda. He’s joining Late Night With Seth Meyers’ 8G Band this week. He’ll play through each segment led by comedian Fred Armisen.  The announcement came via Instagram yesterday, April 8. The post boasted an action shot of Hurley ripping on the drums and detailing that he’ll be joining the late-night band for the rest of the week. In the comments, fans showcased their excitement. One user, alrxnoel wrote, “GREATEST DRUMMER OF ALL TIME,”… Read more »


Fall Out Boy Covers “Heart Transplant” By Punchline At Pittsburgh Show

If you’ve been following Fall Out Boy‘s So Much For (2our) Dust dates, then you have probably seen how each show yields a special surprise. And no, this isn’t exclusively referring to the Magic 8 Ball songs. On Wednesday, March 27, in Pittsburgh, the band covered a unique track that sent the fandom into a spiral, “Heart Transplant” by Punchline. For those unfamiliar, Punchline is a rock band who rapidly gained popularity in the ’00s with Action, a record they”re touring for its 20th anniversary. Of note, they hail from The ‘Burgh, so Fall Out Boy definitely was sending a… Read more »


Fall Out Boy Performs With William Beckett of The Academy Is… & Daisy Grenade

Fall Out Boy has been rather busy creating magical evening after magical evening for fans attending the So Much For (2our) Dust tour. Last Friday, March 22, while performing at Madison Square Garden in New York City, the group invited not one but two very special guests to the stage: The Academy Is…’s William Beckett and Daisy Grenade. Following the debut of the Patrick Stump-composed song “Spidey And His Amazing Friends,” the group welcomed Pete Wentz‘s protégés, Daisy Grenade, to join them on stage for a rendition of “Just One Yesterday.” Dani Nigro and Keaton Whittaker‘s vocals intertwined seamlessly with… Read more »


Patrick Stump (Fall Out Boy)

Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump joins The Gunz Show in a. MUST listen to conversation for fans of the band. Gunz and Patrick talk 20+ years of knowing each other and all things FOB and more. This is the conversation to listen to if you are a longtime or a new fan of the band – something for everyone in this one!


Fall Out Boy Partners With Dillon Francis For “Heartbreak Feels So Good” Remix

Fall Out Boy has joined forces with EDM artist Dillon Francis to remix their single, “Heartbreak Feels So Good.” The collaboration is featured in the upcoming release of TopSpin2k25, a tennis video game. Fans can hear the full version on Friday, March 15. The announcement came through a Twitter post that features the song in a trailer for the game. It boasts bass drops accompanied by a soft dance beat that blends effortlessly with frontman Patrick Stump’s vocals. Fans in the replies have expressed their excitement for the four-piece outfit to dabble in the electronic arena, but it isn’t the… Read more »


Cobra Starship Joins Fall Out Boy Onstage To Perform “Good Girls Go Bad”

We are still PRAYING for a full Cobra Starship reunion, especially after last night when the iconic duo joined Fall Out Boy onstage. After joining William Beckett and The Academy Is… co. on stage to bring it for the When We Were Young Fest crowd in October 2023 with back-to-back surprise performances of “Snakes On A Plane (Bring It),” Gabe Saporta has done it again. Except this time, he’s had a little help from his Cobra Starship partner in crime, Vicky T, on their 2009 track “Good Girls Go Bad.” Their latest reunion collaboration unfolded on stage at the Honda… Read more »


Here Are All The Magic 8 Ball Songs From Fall Out Boy’s So Much For (2our) Dust

In true Fall Out Boy fashion, the quartet couldn’t get enough of one tour and are back for round two. If you’re heading to the So Much For (2our) Dust dates with supporting acts Jimmy Eat World, The Maine, Hot Mulligan, Daisy Grenade, Games We Play, and Carr, you’re in for a treat. Not only will Patrick Stump be belting hits such as “Dance, Dance,” “Thnks fr th Mmrs,” and “Sugar, We’re Goin’ Down,” but there are surprise Magic 8 Ball songs, too. On their first run, above Fall Out Boy‘s wild star-strewn, big dog puppet-having set, was also adorned with a giant Magic 8… Read more »


Fall Out Boy and Jimmy Butler Share “So Much (For) Stardust” Music Video

In tandem with their return to the stage on February 28, Fall Out Boy released a brand-new music video for “So Much (For) Stardust.” Their latest album’s title-track video was preceded by videos for “Hold Me Like A Grudge,” “Heartbreak Feels So Good,” and “Love From The Other Side.” Unlike those music videos, the new one features a special star: Miami Heat player Jimmy Butler. Now, many chronically online Fall Out Boy fans may recall Butler from his meme moment when he arrived at Miami Heat media day in full emo hair with eyeliner and piercings. “Emo Jimmy Butler” truly… Read more »

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