Whip Out All The Plaid, Weezer, Green Day & Fall Out Boy Are Touring Together In Texas

Get ready to dance like Uma Thurman!
Weezer, Fall Out Boy, And Green Day Are Headed To Texas

It seems like centuries ago since we went heavy on the under-eye eyeliner and wore electric green hair (then proceeded to get in trouble at school for it). Though those days seemed long gone, it might be time to bring on back those plaid pants and skull accessories. Weezer, Greenday, and Fall Out Boy aren't going to keep you off the boulevard of broken dreams because they just announced dates for their tour and they are stopping in two Texas cities!

"THE HELLA MEGA TOUR" will hit Dallas July 31, 2020, at the Globe Life Field. I know that seems far away, but it just means you have to start getting your crew together to buy tickets. After Dallas, they will head to Houston and play at Minute Maid Park on August 1. Tickets go on sale in just three days on September 16 at 10 a.m., and with the hype, they are getting you to have to be sure to get on right at 10.

Though ticket prices are unknown, a limited number of VIP packages will also be sold so maybe you'll have a chance to thank them for the memories (if it happens to include a meet-and-greet). Please let there be a meet-and-greet! Their setlist hasn't been released but we are sure they are going to give the fans what the fans want.

So let your teenage self find that island in the sun by reminiscing on these great bands that have survived the test of time.

Other stops on the tour include Florida and Georgia on the chance you are traveling to those states when the tour lands there. For tickets, you can check out their website here. In the meantime, you can go back and freshen up on all those great lyrics.


Price: TBD

When: Globe Life Field - Dallas July 31, 2020, Minute Made Park - Houston August 1, 2020

Why You Need To Go: These three bands are headed our way for major flashbacks to our teenage days.

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