Fall Out Boy tour

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Fall Out Boy Concerts Schedule Sep 2018

Sep 21
Fri, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
Sep 22
Sat, 8:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
Oklahoma City, OK · Chesapeake Energy Arena
Sep 23
Sun, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
Austin, TX · Frank Erwin Center
Sep 25
Tue, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
El Paso, TX · Don Haskins Center
Sep 26
Wed, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
Tucson, AZ · Tucson Arena
Sep 28
Fri, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
Las Vegas, NV · MGM Grand Garden Arena
Sep 29
Sat, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
Anaheim, CA · Honda Center
Sep 30
Sun, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
San Jose, CA · SAP Center

Fall Out Boy Concerts Schedule Oct 2018

Oct 2
Tue, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
Boise, ID · Taco Bell Arena
Oct 3
Wed, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
Salt Lake City, UT · Vivint Smart Home Arena
Oct 5
Fri, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
Lincoln, NE · Pinnacle Bank Arena
Oct 6
Sat, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
Des Moines, IA · Wells Fargo Arena
Oct 7
Sun, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
Indianapolis, IN · Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Oct 9
Tue, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
North Little Rock, AR · Verizon Arena
Oct 10
Wed, 7:00 pm
Fall Out Boy, Machine Gun Kelly
New Orleans, LA · Smoothie King Center
Oct 12
Fri, 8:00 pm
The Offspring, No Doubt, Limp Bizkit and others 8
Los Angeles, CA · The Fonda Theatre


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About Fall Out Boy

Formed in 2001, Fall out Boy is an alternative rock band from Wilmette, Illinois. The group’s leader is vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump. The rhythm section consist of popular bassist Pete Wentz, guitarist Joe Trohman, and drummer Andy Hurley. Spawning from the Chicago punk-rock scene, Fall Out Boy became a mainstream success in the early 2000s. Their popularity grew as the emo pop sound became more prominent, thanks in part to similar acts, Panic! At the Disco and Black Cards.

In 2003, the group released their first album, Take This to Your Grave. The record didn’t do well commercially; yet, it gained the band a respectable following. After its release, the band toured playing almost every night increasing their popularity. During 2004, Fall Out Boy performed at South by Southwest and the Warped Tour. During a performance, the stage collapsed due to rowdy fans and the band sang their last song of the night with the audience helping. Later in 2004, the group dropped their EP/DVD, My Heart Will Always Be the B-Side to My Tongue. The single garnered the band modest mainstream attention and showcased their maturing sound. After the song reached low on the Billboard charts, Fall Out Boy headed to California to work on their next record.

The band suffered temporary setbacks, after a failed suicide attempt by bassist Pete Wentz. Pressure from their success and upcoming album caused Wentz’s collapse sending him back home to live with his parents. Fall out Boy regrouped, and in 2005 released their follow-up album From Under the Cork Tree.

The record garnered critical and commercial acclaim. The hit single “Suger, We’re Goin Down” reached the top ten on US Billboard charts and launched them into superstardom. Rolling Stones and other critics stated Fall Out Boy created anthems that captivated audiences. The group followed their album with an extensive world tour and a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. During this, time they played with All American Rejects, Hawthorne Heights, and others.

In 2007, after the boys became megastars, they released their fourth album, Infinity on High. The music generated a different mood than their records in the past. It departed from the mainstream sound to add funk and R&B influences. The album flew off shelves upon its release and became even more popular in Australia than the US. By the end of the year, the record sold over 1 million copies. The Honda Civic Tour followed the release, where the group performed with popular acts, Paul Wall and The Academy Is.

One year later, Fall Out Boy dropped their fifth album, Folie a Deux. The record gained modest success; yet, didn’t do as well as their past work. The band followed with a tour in the US and Canada, which helped the album gain platinum status. They ended their tour with a show at the legendary Madison Square Garden.

Since 2010, the group spent most of their time on break and spending time with their families. In 2012, Wentz and Stump met to talk about a new album; yet, nothing ever transpired. Two years later, the duo announced that Fall Out Boys are working on new music.

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Fall Out Boy reviews

FOB did not disappoint! Excellent gig!
Absolutely amazing 👏🏼👏🏼👌🏼😄
Awesome show, loved it
Would 100% go again!
Awesome show and talent. I loved it.
I'm a huge fan of them
Great show and the did a great job with the stage setup to give everyone a chance to get up close.
A group of friends and I went and we had an absolute blast. I've not been to too many concerts but this one has definitely been my favorite so far!
My daughter Brianna went, she had a blast!! She loves FOB!! Pete actually saw her and commented on her during the concert!! She was sooo happy!!
Sent my granddaughter to concert in Charlotte the 3rd of Nov.for her 16the birthday.she had a ball
Favorite video probably ??‍♀️