Blink-182 have announced that the band is reuniting with former singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge for a 2023 world tour.
Singer/bassist Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker are also back in the fold for the Live Nation-promoted tour, which is being touted as the band’s biggest international trek ever.
The tour will mark the first time the trio will be together since 2015. DeLonge started Blink-182 with Hoppus in 1992, and Barker joined as drummer in 1998.
“We’re coming. Tour’s coming. Album’s coming. Tom’s coming,” the caption on a video shared by the band reads. “Tickets on sale Monday. New song EDGING out Friday.”
The tour is set to kick off on March 11 with a show in Tijuana, Mexico, at the Imperial GNP festival.
Blink-182’s world tour will feature support from the Wallows in South America, Turnstile in North America, The Story So Far in Europe and Rise Against in Australia/New Zealand.
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