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When are Blink-182 coming to Australia for their world tour?

When are Blink-182 coming to Australia for their world tour?

Don't hold your breath as the iconic punk band will be taking their time before coming down under.

Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker have reunited for the first time in nearly 10 years to go on a huge world tour, one which includes us all the way Down Under.

Winners of MTV Video Music Awards, Teen Choice Awards, and San Diego Music Awards, the band has cemented themselves as one of the biggest pop punk voices of their generation. 

Albums like 1999's Enema Of The State, 2001's Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, and 2003's self-titled album all remain pivotal records in the history of punk rock today.

The multi-platinum, award winning group revealed the announcement via a video strung together via the theme 'coming'.

Thirty years since Hoppus and DeLonge formed Blink-182, the momentous occasion has been rumoured for some time.

When DeLonge left the group in 2015, frontman Matt Skiba from Alkaline Trio took over.

However, Tom’s return has been impending since a photo posted on Instagram in August.

Hoppus also recently overcame a battle with lymphoma in 2021 and was declared cancer-free at the year’s end.

The group's best-known lineup will be playing alongside opening act, popular Chicagoan rockers, Rise Against.

The band's last Australian shows were performed as part of the 2013 Soundwave festival.

Fans of the '90s rock band will thus be eagerly awaiting news of the upcoming performances in Australia.

Blink-182 on Tour in Australia

Produced by Live Nation, the worldwide tour will be coming to Australia in February 2024.

They’ll be making stops in Perth at RAC Arena on February 9th, in Adelaide at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on February 11th, at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne on February 13th, at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney on February 16th, and at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre in Brisbane on February 19th.

Tickets will be on sale from 1pm on Thursday October 20 at Live Nation.

The band’s latest release, their eighth studio album titled Nine received a metascore of 67 on Metacritic, with Rise Against receiving a score of 74 Metacritic score for their newest album, Nowhere Generation.

Featured Image Credit: The Photo Access / Alamy Stock Photo

Topics: Australia, Music