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My Chemical Romance Announces North American Reunion Tour: See Where They’re Headed This Year

Black Paraders, Killjoys, and everyone else who couldn't make it to Los Angeles in December, rejoice: My Chemical Romance is touring its home turf.

Black Paraders, Killjoys, and everyone else who couldn’t make it to Los Angeles in December, rejoice: My Chemical Romance is touring its home turf. 

On Wednesday morning (Jan. 29), the rejuvenated rock band announced 18 tour dates across the U.S. and Canada for Sept. and Oct. 2020. The trek begins Sept. 9 in Detroit and wraps Oct. 11 in Las Vegas. It’s primarily an arena tour with a trio of festivals peppered in: Chicago’s Riot Fest, Atlanta’s Music Midtown, and Sacramento, Cali.’s Aftershock. 

In between, they’ll play a true hometown show, hitting the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., the city where My Chem formed back in 2001.

Tickets for the tour — a joint effort between Live Nation and AEG — go on sale Friday (Jan. 31) on the band’s official website

The tour reveal follows several weeks of announcing scattered international dates. Between March and July, My Chem is scheduled to play a dozen concerts across Australia, New Zealand, Japan, England, Ireland, Italy, Germany, and Russia.


Will the reunion bring new music, too? The band is yet reveal anything on that topic, so fans will have to continue wondering. Their last studio album was 2010’s Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys and their last U.S. tour came a year later. 

The band also shared a new tour announcement video. Find it below, followed by the North American dates.

Sept. 9: Detroit, Mich. – Little Caesars Arena
Sept. 11: St. Paul, Minn. – Xcel Energy Center
Sept. 12: Chicago, Ill. – Riot Fest
Sept. 14: Toronto, Ontario – Scotiabank Arena
Sept. 15: Boston, Mass. – TD Garden
Sept. 17: Brooklyn, N.Y. – Barclays Center
Sept. 18: Philadelphia, Penn. – Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 20: Atlanta, Ga. – Music Midtown 
Sept. 22: Newark, N.J. – Prudential Center
Sept. 26: Sunrise, Fla. – BB&T Center
Sept. 29: Houston, Tex. – Toyota Center
Sept. 30: Dallas, Tex. – American Airlines Center
Oct. 2: Denver, Col. – Pepsi Center
Oct. 4: Tacoma, Wash. – Tacoma Dome
Oct. 6: Oakland, Cali. – Oakland Arena
Oct. 8: Los Angeles, Cali. – The Forum
Oct. 10: Sacramento, Cali. – Aftershock Festival
Oct. 11: Las Vegas, Nev. – T-Mobile Arena