Fall Out Boy Announce Massive Home Town Show at Wrigley Field During Mania Tour

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Fall Out Boy perform at Electric Brixton on Jan. 11, 2018 in London.

Fall Out Boy is gearing up for a year of touring and Mania. Earlier today (Jan. 19), the band dropped their seventh studio album. After last night’s performance of “Hold Me Tight or Don’t” on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, the band released a world of chaos via Twitter. 

After dropping a video for their new song, "Church," Fall Out Boy announced plans for an American tour later this year, with a major hometown show in Chicago at the Wrigley Field, joined by Rise Against and Machine Gun Kelly. This will be their first performance in their hometown in two years.

Gym Class Heroes, Every Time I Die, Against the Current, State Champs, L.I.F.T., and Nothing Nowhere will also be joining them on select dates, hitting other major cities, like Nashville, Louisville, Austin, Las Vegas, New Orleans and more.

Pre-sale tickets and VIP Packages go on sale January 22 @ 10am. VIP Packages for the Wrigley/Chicago show include a meet & greet w/ bassist Pete Wentz and drummer Andy Hurley, a hotel stay for the night and more. There will also be a pop-up show with exclusive merchandise and plenty of surprises to come.

$1 from every ticket sold on the Mania Tour will go to the Fall Out Boy Fund, benefiting charities throughout Chicago.  Check out the "Church" video below. 


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