KROQ have revealed that Blink-182 will perform their 2003 self-titled album in its entirety (as well as other classic Blink tracks) at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, CA on November 6th and 7th.
Tickets for the self-titled album shows go on sale Friday, October 25th at 10am via Ticketmaster.
You can check out an excerpt from the KROQ article confirming the news, which includes details on how you could win tickets to the shows as well as a private concert at Red Bull Sound Space, by clicking read more.
Recently Blink-182 bassist Mark Hoppus revealed in a new interview that the band is open to playing full album tours.
The pop-punk trio today (October 19th) posted a teaser photo on their official Instagram account, hinting a possible ten year anniversary tour for the band’s 2003 self-titled album.
It’s only speculation at this point, but fingers crossed! You can check out the photo from the band’s Instagram account by clicking read more.
Blink-182 kicked off their North American tour last night in Edmonton, Alberta.
The band played a whopping 25-song packed set list, that included their greatest hits as well as some fan-favorites such as "Aliens Exist" and "Pathetic".
You can check out the trio’s set list from the Sonic Boom 2013 festival by clicking read more.
The infamous online DJ Brixx is at it again and this time has released a mashup of Blink-182’s "The Rock Show" and Simple Plan’s "I’d Do Anything."
You can listen to the Brixx’s latest offering by clicking read more.
This Independence Day, we’ve hand-picked 10 songs which celebrate this amazing country of ours. So fire up those barbecues and turn up the volume! Happy 4th of July everyone!
Blink-182’s breakthrough album, Enema Of The State was released 14 years ago today (June 1st, 1999).
Feeling nostalgic? Take a trip down memory lane by streaming the album in its entirety by clicking read more and read what bassist Mark Hoppus had to say to commemorate the occasion.
Check out a fan-shot video of All Time Low performing a cover of Blink-182’s "All The Small Things,"from their recent show in San Diego, by clicking read more.
Check out a fan-shot video of members of All Time Low, Pierce The Veil, Of Mice & Men and Chelsea Grin performing a cover of Blink-182’s "Dammit" in Melbourne by clicking read more.
Don’t forget, All Time Low will be heading out tour this spring with Pierce The Veil. All dates and ticket information can be found here.
Following their recent Twitter battle, Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and AJ Maddah, the promoter of Australia’s Soundwave Festival, have sorted things out and according to Barker, everything was down to a ‘huge lack of communication’.
A message from Travis via Twitter can be found by clicking read more.
According to AJ Maddah, the promoter of Australia’s Soundwave Festival, Travis Barker has charged Blink-182 a sum of $1.5 million to continue to play without him on the band’s current Australian tour.
You can see what Maddah had to say here and find a statement released from Travis, following the promoter’s comments made on Twitter, by clicking read more.
Blink-182 kicked off their Australian tour tonight (February 20th) at the Allphones Arena in Sydney and treated fans to a stripped down performance of "Boxing Day" as well as "All Of This".
You can watch a fan-shot video of the performance by clicking read more.
In case you missed it earlier, you can check out the set list from the show here.
Blink-182 kicked off their Australian tour tonight (February 20th) at the Allphones Arena in Sydney and performed a career spanning set list, consisting of 25 songs and two encores.
The band also debuted, for the first time in a live setting, tracks from their 2012 "Dogs Eating Dogs" EP.
You can check out the set list by clicking read more.
Blink-182 have announced that drummer Travis Barker will not be joining the band on their upcoming Australian tour due to his fear of flying.
The band have confirmed that Brooks Wackerman (Bad Religion, Tenacious D) will replace Barker.
A statement from Blink can be found by clicking read more.