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California Tour
Tour by Blink-182
Blink-182 California Tour.jpg
Promotional poster for the first US leg of the tour
Associated album California
Start date July 21, 2016 (2016-07-21)
End date September 22, 2017 (2017-09-22)
Legs 2
No. of shows
  • 91 in North America
  • 28 in Europe
  • 119 total
Box office $28.9 million
Blink-182 concert chronology

The California Tour was a headlining concert tour by American rock band Blink-182 in support of the group's seventh studio album, California (2016). The tour began on July 21, 2016 in San Diego, California and ended on September 22, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Prior to the tour, the group embarked on the We Are Pirates Tour, performing at several festivals and amphitheaters between May and July 2016. Support acts on the initial, first leg of the California tour included A Day to Remember, and the All-American Rejects and All Time Low on certain dates. A second European tour in mid-2017 included guests Frank Turner, the Front Bottoms, and SWMRS.

The California Tour grossed more than $28.9 million from its first 58 shows with a total attendance of 745,395.[1]

Background[edit]

After touring and releasing the band's sixth album Neighborhoods (2011), it became difficult for Blink-182 to record new material, due to guitarist Tom DeLonge's various projects.[2] After disagreements, the remaining members of the group—vocalist/bassist Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker—sought separation from DeLonge and recruited gutiarist Matt Skiba, best known as the frontman of rock band Alkaline Trio, in his place. Blink-182 performed two club shows and a slot at the Musink Tattoo Convention & Music Festival in March 2015 with Skiba "filling in" for DeLonge.[3] Afterwards, they regrouped and recorded the album California with producer John Feldmann.[4]

Following the band's first performances with Skiba in 2015, Barker alluded to a potential tour with A Day to Remember, who supported the band on its three initial shows with Skiba in 2015.[5] The tour was first announced on April 28, 2016 on Los Angeles radio station KROQ's Kevin and Bean.[6] After the North American leg was completed, the group played some small shows in Europe, before returning to the States for festival dates in December. Following one-off shows and appearances in early 2017, the band will again tour the U.S. with support acts the Naked and Famous and Wavves.[7] A large European tour commenced in mid-2017.[8]

Set list[edit]

Stats updated as of September 14, 2016.[9]

Main set

  1. "Feeling This"
  2. "What's My Age Again?"
  3. "Family Reunion"
  4. "The Rock Show"
  5. "Cynical"
  6. "First Date"
  7. "Down"
  8. "I Miss You"
  9. "Bored to Death"
  10. "Built This Pool"
  11. "Wishing Well" (August 9)
  12. "Dumpweed"
  13. "Don't Leave Me" (September 10 and September 17; with Kevin Skaff of A Day to Remember)
  14. "Always" (July 21)
    "Reckless Abandon" (July 22–July 26 and August 3–August 20)
    "Up All Night" (July 28 and July 29)
    "Man Overboard" (July 30–August 2)
    "San Diego" (August 21)
    "Stay Together for the Kids" (August 23–October 1)
  15. "Stay Together for the Kids" (July 21–August 20)
    "Reckless Abandon" (August 21–October 1)
  16. "No Future" (July 21–July 24, August 2, and August 8)
    "The Only Thing That Matters" (July 26–July 31, August 3, August 5, August 10, August 13, and August 14)
    "San Diego" (August 6, August 9, August 12, August 14–August 20, August 23–September 28, and October 1)
    "Stay Together for the Kids" (August 21)
    "She's Out of Her Mind" (September 29–30, and 2017 Tour)
  17. "Man Overboard" (July 21–July 28, September 24–September 29, and October 1)
    "Not Now" (July 29–September 22 and September 30)
  18. "Violence"
  19. "Dysentery Gary" (July 21–July 23 and July 26–August 10)
    "Wendy Clear" (July 24)
    "Kings of the Weekend" (August 12–August 27 and September 4–October 1)
    "Don't Leave Me" (August 28)
    "Josie" (August 30)
    "Man Overboard" (August 31)
    "M+M's" (September 2 and September 3)
    "Sober" (2017 only)
  20. "Happy Holidays, You Bastard" (July 21–August 2, August 5–August 9, September 8–September 13, and September 17–October 1)
    "Man Overboard" (August 10)
    "Dysentery Gary" (August 12–September 4, September 15, and September 16)
  21. "Kings of the Weekend" (July 21–August 6)
    "M+M's" (August 8)
    "Happy Holidays, You Bastard" (August 10–September 4, September 15, and September 16)
    "Dysentery Gary" (September 8–September 13 and September 17–October 1)
  22. "Carousel" (July 21–August 13)
    "Los Angeles" (August 14–October 1)

Encore

  1. "Los Angeles" (July 21–August 13)
    "Carousel" (August 14–October 1)
  2. "All the Small Things"
  3. "Brohemian Rhapsody"
  4. "Dammit"

Notes

  • "Blow Job" was performed after "Built This Pool" on July 31 and August 3, after "The Only Thing That Matters" on July 29, and after "Los Angeles" on August 5, August 6, and August 10. Performances of the song included the band swapping instruments (Mark Hoppus on lead guitar and vocals, Matt Skiba on drums, and Travis Barker on bass guitar).
  • On August 2 after the band played "Los Angeles", Killer Mike was invited to perform a freestyle rap with the band on stage.
  • On August 6 and August 8, Mark Hoppus performed a drum solo after "Dammit" to close the show.
  • On September 2 in Hartford and September 4 in Saratoga Springs, Travis Barker's son Landon performed a drum solo after "Dammit" to close the show.
  • On September 20 in Ridgefield, John Feldmann joined the band to sing "Brohemian Rhapsody".
  • On September 29 in Irvine, Steve Aoki played a short DJ set with Travis Barker to open the encore before "Carousel". The duo performed a mashup of Aoki's remix of "Bored to Death", Aoki's song "Delirious (Boneless)", and Kid Cudi's song "Pursuit of Happiness (Nightmare)".

Shows[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, supporting acts, attendance, and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Support Attendance Revenue
North America[6][10]
July 21, 2016 San Diego United States Viejas Arena A Day to Remember
The All-American Rejects
DJ Spider
16,604 / 17,864 $1,007,164
July 22, 2016
July 23, 2016 Las Vegas The Joint 8,746 / 8,746 $685,380
July 24, 2016
July 26, 2016 El Paso Don Haskins Center N/A N/A
July 28, 2016 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena
July 29, 2016 Dallas Gexa Energy Pavilion
July 30, 2016 San Antonio AT&T Center
July 31, 2016 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
August 2, 2016 Atlanta Lakewood Amphitheatre
August 3, 2016 Greenville Bon Secours Wellness Arena
August 5, 2016 West Palm Beach Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre
August 6, 2016 Tampa MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre
August 8, 2016 Nashville Ascend Amphitheater
August 9, 2016 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
August 10, 2016 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
August 12, 2016 Camden BB&T Pavilion A Day to Remember,
All Time Low,
DJ Spider
August 13, 2016 Wantagh Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
August 14, 2016 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
August 16, 2016 Virginia Beach Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
August 17, 2016 Brooklyn Barclays Center
August 19, 2016 Mansfield XFINITY Center
August 20, 2016 Montreal Canada Bell Centre 7,435 / 8,645 $393,525
August 21, 2016 Toronto Molson Canadian Amphitheatre N/A N/A
August 23, 2016 Syracuse United States Lakeview Amphitheater
August 24, 2016 Darien Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
August 25, 2016 Scranton The Pavilion at Montage Mountain
August 27, 2016 Hershey Star Pavilion
August 28, 2016 Burrgettstown First Niagara Pavilion
August 30, 2016 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre
August 31, 2016 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena 9,492 / 10,201 $538,927
September 2, 2016 Hartford Xfinity Theatre N/A N/A
September 3, 2016 Bangor Darling's Waterfront Pavilion
September 4, 2016 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
September 8, 2016 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center A Day to Remember
The All-American Rejects
DJ Spider
September 9, 2016 Tinley Park Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
September 10, 2016 Noblesville Klipsch Music Center
September 11, 2016 Maryland Heights Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
September 13, 2016 Denver Pepsi Center
September 15, 2016 Boise Taco Bell Arena
September 16, 2016 Spokane Spokane Arena
September 17, 2016 Seattle KeyArena 12,987 / 13,376 $606,445
September 18, 2016 Vancouver Canada Abbotsford Centre N/A N/A
September 20, 2016 Ridgefield United States Sunlight Supply Amphitheater
September 22, 2016 West Valley City USANA Amphitheatre A Day to Remember
All Time Low
DJ Spider
18,949 / 20,000 $429,280
September 24, 2016 Phoenix Ak-Chin Pavilion 18,135 / 19,346 $600,794
September 25, 2016 Albuquerque Isleta Amphitheater N/A N/A
September 28, 2016 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheater
September 29, 2016 Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
September 30, 2016 Inglewood The Forum 26,058 / 26,058 $1,409,804
October 1, 2016
October 5, 2016 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Bowl N/A N/A
October 6, 2016 Fresno Save Mart Center 9,339 / 10,562 $465,640
October 7, 2016 Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre N/A N/A
Europe
November 7, 2016[a] London England One Golden Square N/A N/A N/A
November 7, 2016[b]
November 8, 2016[c] Paris France Studio 104
November 9, 2016[d] Ouï FM Studios
November 10, 2016 Stockholm Sweden Bandit Radio
November 11, 2016 Bryggarsalen
North America[7]
December 8, 2016[e] Las Vegas United States Pearl Theatre N/A N/A N/A
December 9, 2016[f] Oakland Oracle Arena
December 10, 2016[g] San Diego Valley View Casino Center
December 11, 2016[h] Inglewood The Forum
January 4, 2017[i] Las Vegas Palms Casino Resort
January 5, 2017 Brooklyn Bowl
January 10, 2017[j] Hollywood Hollywood Masonic Temple
January 30, 2017[k] Los Angeles Staples Center
February 4, 2017[l] Phoenix Coors Light Birds Nest
March 22, 2017 Austin Austin360 Amphitheater The Naked and Famous
March 23, 2017[m] Houston NRG Stadium 65,011 / 71,795[20] N/A
March 25, 2017 Las Cruces Pan American Center
March 26, 2017[n] Tucson Kino Stadium N/A N/A
March 28, 2017 Lubbock Lonestar Amphitheater
March 30, 2017 Independence Silverstein Eye Centers Arena
March 31, 2017 North Little Rock Verizon Arena
April 1, 2017[o] Frisco Toyota Stadium N/A N/A
April 2, 2017 Phoenix Margaret T. Hance Park N/A N/A
April 19, 2017 Flagstaff Northern Arizona University The Naked and Famous
Wavves
N/A N/A
April 21, 2017 Amarillo Aztec Music Hall
April 22, 2017 Rogers Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion
April 23, 2017 Springfield Abou Ben Adhem Shrine Mosque
April 25, 2017 Pelham Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
April 26, 2017 North Charleston North Charleston Coliseum
May 2, 2017 Pensacola Pensacola Bay Center
May 3, 2017 Tallahassee The Pavilion
May 4, 2017 Orlando Orlando Fairgrounds
May 7, 2017[p] West Palm Beach West Palm Beach Arts and Entertainment District Wavves N/A N/A
May 9, 2017 New Orleans UNO Lakefront Arena The Naked and Famous
Wavves
3,593 / 5,400 $195,739
Europe[8]
June 9, 2017[q] Paris France Hippodrome de Longchamp
June 12, 2017 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle A Day to Remember
June 13, 2017 Oberhausen König Pilsener Arena
June 15, 2017[r] Nickelsdorf Austria Pannonia Fields
June 16, 2017 Munich Germany Olympiahalle A Day to Remember
June 17, 2017[s] Monza Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza
June 24, 2017[t] Scheeßel Germany Eichenring
June 25, 2017[u] Neuhausen ob Eck Germany Neuhausen ob Eck Airfield
June 26, 2017 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam A Day to Remember
SWMRS
June 29, 2017 Berlin Germany Max-Schmeling-Halle
July 1, 2017[v] Werchter Belgium 3118 Werchter
July 3, 2017 Cardiff Wales Motorpoint Arena Cardiff Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls[29]
The Front Bottoms
July 4, 2017 Nottingham England Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
July 5, 2017 Leeds First Direct Arena
July 7, 2017 Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
July 9, 2017 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
July 11, 2017 Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro
July 12, 2017 Aberdeen GE Oil & Gas Arena
July 14, 2017 Manchester England Castlefield Bowl
July 15, 2017 Liverpool Echo Arena
July 19, 2017 London The O2 Arena
July 20, 2017
North America[30]
July 31, 2017 Lewiston United States Artpark PVRIS N/A N/A
August 1, 2017 Columbus Express Live! Four Year Strong
August 3, 2017[w] Chicago Grant Park N/A
Metro
August 9, 2017 Prior Lake Mystic Amphitheater at Mystic Lake Casino
August 10, 2017[x] Sturgis Buffalo Chip Campground
August 24, 2017[y] Sacramento Papa Murphy's Park
September 16–17, 2017[z] Atlanta Piedmont Park
September 19, 2017 Tulsa Brady Theater
September 22, 2017[aa] Las Vegas Downtown Las Vegas
Total

Canceled shows[edit]

List of canceled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
September 5, 2016 Atlantic City United States Atlantic City Beach Hurricane Hermine[36]
April 28, 2017[ab] Exuma The Bahamas N/A Quality management[38]
June 21, 2017 Stockholm Sweden Gröna Lund Limited traveling ability[40]
June 22, 2017[ac] Halden Norway Fredriksten
June 28, 2017[ad] Roskilde Denmark Darupvej 19 DK-4000
July 14, 2017 Manchester England Manchester Arena 2017 Manchester Arena bombing[43]
July 17, 2017 Bournemouth Bournemouth International Centre Illness[44]
July 28, 2017 New York City United States Citi Field Death of Chester Bennington[45]
July 30, 2017 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium
September 13, 2017 Knoxville Knoxville Civic Coliseum N/A
September 14, 2017 New Braunfels Whitewater Ampitheater N/A[46]

Reception[edit]

Shows on the California tour were received positively. The Houston Chronicle's Joey Guerra considered it "one of the tightest shows this season."[20] Dave Simpson of The Guardian called it a "slick, professional rock show complete with ticker tape, pyrotechnics and lots of hits."[47]

Many reviewers contrasted Skiba with DeLonge; "Skiba barely says a word," noted The Guardian.[47] David Greenwald from the Oregonian felt the show was missing DeLonge's "wonderfully whiny voice [and] the easy camaraderie he and Hoppus once shared."[48] The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Scott Mervis wrote that "there was clearly something missing from the Blink experience. Every major band has its thing, and Blink's is being the whiny pop-punk trio with the obnoxious, profane interplay."[49] "The new Blink feels like a whole new band altogether – not definitively better, not definitively worse, but definitively not the same," wrote Jay Cridlin of the Tampa Bay Times.[50] A couple reviewers considered Skiba an improvement. Case Keefer of the Las Vegas Sun wrote that "the live show was noticeably improved with Skiba's soothing voice and raging effort."[51]

Many praised Barker's drumming ability; "a truly dizzying drummer and an otherwise silent enigma," Greenwald wrote,[48] while Simpson dubbed him "the glue holding everything together [...] a joy to watch."[47] Among the more negative reviews came from Kevin Williams at the Chicago Tribune, who reviewed the band's Lollapalooza set. Williams commented that "This by-the-numbers set can make an eloquent argument that old punkers should just fade away ... [they] feel like a tribute band."[52]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This concert was an acoustic set for Kerrang! Radio.
  2. ^ This concert was an acoustic set for Absolute Radio. It aired November 10, 2016.
  3. ^ This concert was an acoustic set for Maison de la Radio.
  4. ^ This concert was an acoustic set for Ouï FM.
  5. ^ This concert was a part of Holiday Havoc.[11]
  6. ^ This concert was a part of Not So Silent Night.[12]
  7. ^ This concert was a part of Wrex the Halls.[13]
  8. ^ This concert was a part of KROQ's Almost Acoustic Christmas.[14]
  9. ^ This was a concert for the 2017 AT&T Developer Summit.[15]
  10. ^ This was a performance for Jimmy Kimmel Live!.[16]
  11. ^ This concert was a part of the NHL All-Star Party 2017.[17]
  12. ^ This concert was a part of the Phoenix Open.[18]
  13. ^ This concert was a part of the 2017 RodeoHouston.[19]
  14. ^ This concert was a part of the 2017 KFMA Day Music Festival.[21]
  15. ^ This concert was a part of the 2017 Edgefest.[22]
  16. ^ This concert was a part of SunFest.[23]
  17. ^ This concert was a part of the Download Festival.[24]
  18. ^ This concert was a part of the Nova Rock Festival.[25]
  19. ^ This concert was a part of the I-Days Festival.[26]
  20. ^ This concert was a part of the Hurricane Festival.[27]
  21. ^ This concert was a part of the Southside Festival.[27]
  22. ^ This concert was a part of Rock Werchter.[28]
  23. ^ This concert was a part of Lollapalooza 2017.[31]
  24. ^ This concert was a part of Sturgis Buffalo Chip August Music Festival.[32]
  25. ^ This concert was a part of City of Trees 2017.[33]
  26. ^ This concert was a part of Music Midtown.[34]
  27. ^ This concert was a part of Life is Beautiful 2017.[35]
  28. ^ This concert was set to be a part of the Fyre Festival.[37] The band cancelled their show one day before they were set to perform, with a statement that read in part, "We're not confident that we would have what we need to give you the quality of performances we always give fans."[38] The festival experienced problems related to security, food, accommodations and artist relations, and was indefinitely postponed shortly thereafter.[39]
  29. ^ This concert was set to be a part of the Tons of Rock Festival.[41]
  30. ^ This concert was set to be a part of the Roskilde Festival.[42]

Citations[edit]

  1. ^ "Pollstar Year End Top 100 Worldwide Tours" (PDF). Pollstar. January 2017. 
  2. ^ Jason Newman (January 26, 2015). "Blink-182's Hoppus, Barker Blast 'Ungrateful, Disingenuous' Tom DeLonge". Rolling Stone. Retrieved April 29, 2016. 
  3. ^ Steve Baltin (March 23, 2015). "Travis Barker on New Lineup Post-Tom DeLonge Exit: 'It's Definitely a Great Feeling'". Billboard. Retrieved April 29, 2016. 
  4. ^ Gil Kaufman (April 28, 2016). "Blink-182 Talks 'Brohemian Rhapsody,' Andre 3000 & Gross Album Titles They Rejected". Billboard. Retrieved April 29, 2016. 
  5. ^ Gary Graff (September 1, 2014). "Tom DeLonge Is 'Totally Willing and Interested' in Playing With Former Blink-182 Bandmates Again". Billboard. Retrieved April 29, 2016. 
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  7. ^ a b Jenna Romaine (February 6, 2017). "Blink-182 Announce Headlining Spring Tour Dates". Billboard. Retrieved February 6, 2017. 
  8. ^ a b Emily Carter (November 6, 2016). "blink-182 Announce Huge UK Headline Tour". Kerrang!. Retrieved November 11, 2016. 
  9. ^ "Blink-182 Setlist Statistics". 
  10. ^ Box score:
  11. ^ "X107.5's 2016 Holiday Havoc Concert". X107.5. Retrieved November 11, 2016. 
  12. ^ Alyssa Pereira (October 24, 2016). "Live 105 announces 2016 Not So Silent Night lineup, featuring Green Day, Blink-182". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved November 11, 2016. 
  13. ^ George Varga (September 26, 2016). "Beck, blink-182 to headine 91X's "Wrex the Halls" concerts". The San Diego Union-Tribune. Retrieved November 11, 2016. 
  14. ^ Kelly Skye Fadroski (November 7, 2016). "Green Day, Blink-182 top KROQ's Almost Acoustic Christmas line-up". The Orange County Register. Retrieved November 11, 2016. 
  15. ^ Jami Seymore (January 6, 2017). "Ahead of CES, the tech world took over Las Vegas for the AT&T Developer Summit". KSNV News 3. Retrieved January 11, 2017. 
  16. ^ "Blink-182 to Play Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tonight". ABC News Radio. January 10, 2017. Retrieved January 11, 2017. 
  17. ^ Steve Baltin (January 26, 2017). "NHL And L.A. Kings Team Up For Hollywood All-Star Weekend". Forbes. Archived from the original on January 26, 2017. Retrieved March 24, 2017. 
  18. ^ Ed Masley (November 17, 2016). "Coors Light Birds Nest lineup: Toby Keith, Kaskade, Blink-182 and more for Phoenix Open". The Arizona Republic. Retrieved January 24, 2017. 
  19. ^ Joey Guerra (January 9, 2017). "RodeoHouston: Willie Nelson, Fifth Harmony, Sam Hunt, Blink-182". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved January 11, 2017. 
  20. ^ a b Joey Guerra (March 24, 2017). "Blink-182 has one of tightest shows at RodeoHouston". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved July 22, 2017. 
  21. ^ Cathalena E. Burch (January 11, 2017). "Blink 182 headline KFMA Day '17". Arizona Daily Star. Retrieved January 11, 2017. 
  22. ^ Nikhail Gogia (January 23, 2017). "Blink-182, The Offspring, 311 and more tapped for Edgefest". Alternative Press. Retrieved January 24, 2017. 
  23. ^ "SunFest unveils 2017 music lineup". The Palm Beach Post. February 15, 2017. Archived from the original on February 19, 2017. Retrieved March 24, 2017. 
  24. ^ Samantha Maine (November 10, 2016). "Green Day join Linkin Park, System Of a Down and Blink-182 on festival bill". NME. Archived from the original on November 11, 2016. Retrieved March 24, 2017. 
  25. ^ Andrew Trendell (October 27, 2016). "Green Day, Blink-182, Linkin Park, System Of A Down for huge European festival". NME. Retrieved November 11, 2016. 
  26. ^ "I-Days Festival 2017: Blink 182 e Linkin Park in Italia con Radiohead e Green Day". Urban Post (in Italian). November 11, 2016. Retrieved November 11, 2016. 
  27. ^ a b Luke Morgan Britton (October 27, 2016). "New bands confirmed: Hurricane gets punkier". Kreiszeitung (in German). Archived from the original on October 28, 2016. Retrieved March 24, 2017. 
  28. ^ Andrew Trendell (November 25, 2016). "Blink 182 join Radiohead, Linkin Park and Foo Fighters at one of Europe's biggest festivals". NME. Archived from the original on November 26, 2016. Retrieved March 24, 2017. 
  29. ^ Luke Morgan Britton (January 24, 2017). "Frank Turner to support Blink-182 on UK tour". NME. Retrieved January 24, 2017. 
  30. ^ Sources:
  31. ^ "Lollapalooza 2017 Lineup: Arcade Fire, Chance the Rapper, the Killers, Muse Headline". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved March 22, 2017. 
  32. ^ "Blink-182 to Rock Sturgis Buffalo Chip® August Music Festival with Reckless Abandon". BuffaloChip.com. Retrieved March 22, 2017. 
  33. ^ "City of Trees 2017 is September 24th at Papa Murphy's Park!". Radio94.7.net. Retrieved May 31, 2017. 
  34. ^ "Bruno Mars, Mumford & Sons, Future, Blink 182 to headline Music Midtown 2017". Atlanta Business Chronicle. June 20, 2017. Retrieved June 20, 2017. 
  35. ^ "Muse, Gorillaz, Blink-182 to Headline Las Vegas' Life Is Beautiful Festival Sept. 22-24". Radio.com. April 25, 2017. Archived from the original on April 26, 2017. Retrieved September 24, 2017. 
  36. ^ Michael Miller & Scott Cronick (September 3, 2016). "A.C. cancels Saturday, Monday beach concerts with Florida Georgia Line, Blink-182". The Press of Atlantic City. Retrieved January 11, 2017. 
  37. ^ Ashley Lyle. "Fyre Festival Adds Lil Yachty, Migos & Blink-182 to Lineup". Billboard. Retrieved May 1, 2017. 
  38. ^ a b Robyn Collins (April 28, 2017). "Fyre Festival Postponed after Blink-182 Cancel Appearance". Radio.com. Retrieved May 1, 2017. 
  39. ^ Joe Coscarelli, "Fyre Festival, a Luxury Music Weekend, Crumbles in the Bahamas," New York Times, April 28, 2017.
  40. ^ Maggie Dickman (May 30, 2017). "Blink-182 to reschedule three summer shows". Alternative Press. Retrieved May 30, 2017. 
  41. ^ Calum Slingerland (November 22, 2016). "Blink-182 Are Playing with a Bunch of Black Metal Bands in Norway". Exclaim!. Archived from the original on November 23, 2016. Retrieved March 24, 2017. 
  42. ^ Luke Morgan Britton (November 30, 2016). "Arcade Fire and Blink-182 join Foo Fighters at 2017 European festival". NME. Archived from the original on December 1, 2016. Retrieved March 24, 2017. 
  43. ^ "Blink-182 show cancelled". Manchester Arena. June 14, 2017. Retrieved June 15, 2017. 
  44. ^ Nick Reilly (July 17, 2017). "Blink-182 have cancelled their show in Bournemouth tonight". NME. Retrieved July 17, 2017. 
  45. ^ "Blink-182 cancel 'Blinkin Park' shows after Chester Bennington's death". The Telegraph. July 22, 2017. Retrieved July 22, 2017. 
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  48. ^ a b David Greenwald (September 21, 2016). "Blink-182 review: Fear and loathing at the rock show". The Oregonian. Retrieved July 22, 2017. 
  49. ^ Scott Mervis (August 29, 2016). "The fine whine is missing from Blink-182 set at Pavilion". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved July 22, 2017. 
  50. ^ Jay Cridlin (August 7, 2016). "Review: Blink-182 regroup, reinvigorate old pop-punk hits at Tampa's MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre". Tampa Bay Times. Retrieved July 22, 2017. 
  51. ^ Case Keefer (July 25, 2016). "Matt Skiba elevates Blink-182's live show at The Joint". Las Vegas Sun. Retrieved July 22, 2017. 
  52. ^ Kevin Williams (August 5, 2017). "Lollapalooza day two: The Killers are the kings of the empty-calorie anthem, Blink 182 feels like a tribute band". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved August 10, 2017. 

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