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|Nov 30||106.1 KISS FM'S JINGLE BALL||Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie Grand Prairie, Texas||Find Tickets|
|Dec 1||Mixmas 107.9 feat. Fall Out Boy, Fifth Harmony and Echosmith||Dodge Arena Hidalgo, Texas||Find Tickets|
|Dec 2||Jingle Ball feat. Fall Out Boy, Lil Jon and Afrojack||WaMu Theater Seattle, Washington||Find Tickets|
|Dec 5||Fall Out Boy||Jacksonville Metropolitan Park Jacksonville, Florida||Find Tickets|
|Dec 6||Next Big Thing 14 with Fall Out Boy, Dirty Heads, New Politics, Young Rising Sons, Young the Giant, alt-J, Big Data, and Bear Hands||Vinoy Park Saint Petersburg, Florida||Find Tickets|
|Dec 7||The Big Orlando with Fall Out Boy, Weezer, Young the Giant, Dirty Heads, J Roddy Walston adn the Business, Big Data, Bear Hands and more||Central Florida Fairgrounds Orlando, Florida||Find Tickets|
|Dec 16||Big Snow Show 9 Night 2 with Fall Out Boy, Walk the Moon, Vinyl Theatre||The Rave / Eagles Ballroom Milwaukee, Wisconsin||Find Tickets|
|Dec 17||Jingle Ball feat. Fall Out Boy, The 1975 and Echosmith||LC Pavilion Columbus, Ohio||Find Tickets|
|Dec 18||103.5 KISS FM Jingle Ball||Allstate Arena Rosemont, Illinois||Find Tickets|
One of the most influential American pop punk bands of the new millennium is Fall Out Boy. The group achieved mainstream success with their 2005 album, From Under the Cork Tree, which was followed by some of the most popular tour dates in recentyears. Fall Out Boy continued their rise to fame with singles like "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race," "Dance, Dance," and "Thnks fr th Mmrs." There are no tour dates in 2011 for Fall Out Boy, ever since the band went on hiatus in 2009; but fans are anxiously awaiting the announcement of a reunion in the near future.
The secret origins of Fall Out Boy began at New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois, where Pete Wentz and Joe Trohman went to school. Trohman met drummer Patrick Stump at a Borders Books after Stump heard him talking about the band Neurosis, and Stump was invited to join as the lead singer. T. J. Kunasch was hired to play rhythm guitar and Mike Pareskuwicz was brought on to play drums, thus completing the band's initial lineup. Utilizing their collective punk influences, the band began playing concert dates around Chicago. Fall Out Boy released a demo and quickly followed it up with a split EP with Project Rocket in 2002. Fall Out Boy also released a short debut LP, Fall Out Boy's Evening Out with Your Girlfriend, in 2003.
After the debut album's release, Kunasch and Pareskuwicz left the band; Stump took on the guitar in addition to vocal duties and Project Rocket drummer Andy Hurley joined the group. Fall Out Boy also signed to Fueled by Ramen, which released Take This To Your Grave two months after their previous album and sent the new line-up on many a tour date. The record was the first to gain Fall Out Boy commercial and critical success, with most of the reviews being very positive. Any success Fall Out Boy had achieved prior to 2005 would increase exponentially after the release of From Under the Cork Tree, which has gone platinum twice since its release. The album was supported by a number of hugely popular singles, including "Sugar, We're Goin Down" and "Dance, Dance," as well as headlining tour dates around the world. The group followed up their successful album with Infinity on High in 2007. The album showcased an evolution from pop punk to an edgier rock style and debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200.
Fall Out Boy's latest studio release is the 2008 album Folie à Deux. The album was well received by critics and featured a number of special guest vocalists, including Debbie Harry, Elvis Costello, and Brendon Urie. Despite even more musical experimentation and the favoring of an alt-rock sound, the album went gold in just over a month and the single "I Don't Care" received heavy airplay. In late 2009, the members of Fall Out Boy announced that they needed some time off and were going on an indefinite hiatus. While comments from the band's members have left the band's future vague, fans can expect no new albums or tour dates in 2011.
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