Blink-182 Will Play Enema Of The State In Its Entirety This Summer

Blink-182 will be playing the entirety of their legendary Enema of the State album live this summer, marking 20 years since it hit the shops.

The band's third album was released back in June 1999, and featured hits including 'All The Small Things', 'What's My Age Again?' and 'Adam's Song' - all of which you'll be able to catch live as part of their US tour this summer.

Enema of the State album artwork
Enema of the State album artwork

"To celebrate 20 years, we're playing Enema of the State in its entirety all summer long!" the band revealed on Twitter.

They also said they'd still be playing 'hits from the other albums', along with new tunes as well.

"This is gonna be a fun one," the group added.

"Dreams do come true, can't wait to spend my birthday with Blink," one fan wrote.

"This is the greatest day of my life," another said.

A third wrote: "Fuck yes! Literally gonna be surreal for me to hear you play enema in its entirety."

For the three-month tour, Blink-182 will be joined - perhaps somewhat inexplicably - by Lil Wayne and Neck Deep.

Lil Wayne and Neck Deep will support. Credit: PA
Lil Wayne and Neck Deep will support. Credit: PA

As part of their extended Stateside jaunt, they'll be starting off in Columbus, Ohio on 27 June, before things culminate in Brooklyn, New York.

There will also be a homecoming gig in San Diego, California, on 7 August.

Rumours of an Enema of the State tour first fired up when Mark Hoppus tweeted a mysterious photo from the 'first rehearsal of tour'.

Behind his iconic pink bass guitar, fans spotted a conveniently-placed set list, prompting the speculation to begin.

The band also announced a line of limited edition merch to mark two decades since the album dropped, too, sharing a link to the anniversary capsule on Twitter just in time for the new tour.

Now there's just the small matter of those new album rumours...

Featured Image Credit: PA

Jess Hardiman

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