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|Sep 28||Blink 182, A Day To Remember & All Time Low||Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, California||Find Tickets|
|Sep 29||Blink 182, A Day To Remember & All Time Low||Irvine Meadows (formerly Verizon Wireless) Irvine, California||Find Tickets|
|Sep 30||Blink 182 with A Day To Remember and All Time Low||LA Forum Inglewood, California||Find Tickets|
|Oct 1||Blink 182, A Day To Remember & All Time Low||LA Forum Inglewood, California||Find Tickets|
|Oct 5||Blink 182 with A Day To Remember and All American Rejects||Santa Barbara Bowl Santa Barbara, California||Find Tickets|
|Oct 6||Blink 182 with A Day To Remember and All American Rejects||Save Mart Center Fresno, California||Find Tickets|
|Oct 7||Blink 182, A Day To Remember & All Time Low||Irvine Meadows (formerly Verizon Wireless) Irvine, California||Find Tickets|
|Dec 11||91X Wrex The Halls: Blink 182, Pierce The Veil & Jimmy Eat World||Valley View Casino Center San Diego, California||Find Tickets|
Getting kicked out of high school for showing up drunk to a basketball game can yield only disastrous results; unless you're in Blink-182. The group has become one of (if not the most) popular pop punk bands ever, due to their upbeat songs with irreverent lyrics and extremely energetic tour dates. In a career that's spanned almost twenty years, Blink-182 has managed to shock and excite rock and punk fans of all ages with their albums and concert dates. Despite a semi-absence for the past few years, Blink-182 is back with a new lineup.
Blink-182 (which was Blink at this early date) was started in San Diego, CA in 1992 by Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge, and Scott Raynor, who all went to Poway High School together. Blink-182's third demo, Buddha, helped them score a show at SOMA, one of San Diego's only all-ages venues. Their humorous concert dates gained them a small following and their first full-length album, Cheshire Cat, in 1994. The band's first big break came with the release of their second album, Dude Ranch, in 1997. The album's single "Dammit" became a huge success and prompted the band to head out on multiple tour dates in '97 and '98. It was during one of these US concert dates that drummer Scott Raynor was asked to leave the band. Hoppus and DeLonge asked The Aquabats drummer Travis Barker to fill in and he was soon hired full-time.
Immediately after welcoming Barker to the band, Blink-182 set to work on their third album, which would launch them all into stardom: Enema of the State. The album featured hit singles "What's My Age Again?", "All the Small Things", and "Adam's Song". The record was followed up in 2001 with Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, the success of which proved that Blink-182 was here to stay. Hit singles included "The Rock Show" and "First Date" with the album eventually going double platinum in the US. Due to DeLonge's back problems, the band took a short break, but regrouped in late 2002 and began working on their self-titled fifth album.
Critics and fans alike praised the newest album as an evolution of the band's sound and a maturing of the band. However, behind the scenes tensions were running high as DeLonge expressed interest in canceling the album's promotional concert dates. After a heated discussion, the concert tour was canceled and the band went on hiatus, which soon led to DeLonge leaving the band permanently. It wasn't until Travis Barker was nearly killed in a plane crash in 2008 that the three bandmates reunited, both as a band and as friends. The announcement of their reunion came at the 2009 Grammy Awards, along with the news that a sixth Blink-182 album was to be released in the summer of 2011.
However, Tom DeLonge's commitment to reigniting the band was short lived, and Hoppus and Barker decided to move on without him. DeLonge was replaced in 2015 by Alkaline Trio guitarist Matt Skiba. Skiba's first album with the band, California, is their first record in five years.
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