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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 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 »


Sleeping With Sirens Announce ‘Let’s Cheers To This’ Tour

Let’s raise our glasses and toast to Let’s Cheers To This, the 2011 sophomore album that marked a turning point for Sleeping With Sirens! The band is set to embark on a celebratory tour where they will perform the album in its entirety, accompanied by special guests Holding Absence as support. “This is the record that really changed everything for this band,” vocalist Kellin Quinn shares ahead of the tour. “Couldn’t be more excited to explore these songs again and relive the memories! #letscheerstothis” Holding Absence added on their social platforms, “We’re incredibly excited to announce our return to North… Read more »


jxdn Announces When The Music Stops Headline Tour With LØLØ & GUNNAR

With the buzz around his latest hit, “WHAT THE HELL,” still in the air and the news of his forthcoming sophomore album, When The Music Stops, jxdn is ready to take the stage on a headlining tour across the States, UK, and Europe. In a post shared across social media, jxdn shares, “If you need to believe in something, my shows are for you. If you need to feel something, my shows are for you. If you need to let your anger and hatred out, my shows are for you. if you need to feel loved and accepted, my shows… 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 To Drop ‘Folie à Deux’ 15 Year Anniversary Bleu Edition

As Fall Out Boy are gearing up to celebrate the 15 year anniversary of their fourth studio album, Folie à Deux, the group has shared an extra special treat for fans to commemorate the December 10, 2008 release. Across their social media accounts, the band shares, “Introducing Folie à Bleu, the 15th anniversary vinyl edition. The label changed the color of the album cover to blue without asking us & we didn’t want it all to go to waste. Only 2,500 of these were pressed. once they’re gone, they’re gone!” Read more: Say Anything Announce ‘…Is A Real Boy’ 20th… Read more »


15 Songs We Can’t Wait To Hear At When We Were Young 2024

When We Were Young Fest is ready for another run. With the announcements of next year’s dates on October 19 and 20, the stacked lineup has fans excited with the number of acts performing iconic albums. From Cobra Starship, Hey Monday, Millionaires to Fall Out Boy, 3OH!3, and more, there will be a ton of tunes that audiences are stoked to hear live (maybe even for the first time!) Here are 15 songs we’re dying to hear at When We Were Young 2024.  1. The Sharpest Lives — My Chemical Romance With a noticeable opening heavy bass line, the fourth… Read more »


Midtown Announces First Annual Chrismukkah Spectacular Show

Someone call Seth Cohen because Chrismukkah has certainly taken over the holiday season! Midtown, the beloved New Jersey pop-punkers the scene fell in love with upon their inception in 1998, has announced their first annual Chrismukkah Spectacular show on December 21 at The Wellmont Theater in Montclair, NJ. After an extended hiatus, the group reunited in 2022 for their Ressurection Tour as well as to support My Chemical Romance on several dates of the My Chemical Romance North American Reunion Tour in the fall of 2022. Midtown’s Chrismukkah Spectacular will see the band in their hometown tearing it up with… Read more »

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