Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Weezer announce joint stadium tour including stop at PNC Park

Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer announce joint tour

Three of some of the biggest bands in pop-punk music are going on a stadium tour next year.

Pitchfork reported Weezer, Green Day and Fall Out Boy announced their "Hella Mega Tour" Tuesday.

At 28 dates, it lives up to its name. The tour starts June 13, 2020, in Paris, with several more dates in Europe before going to North America.

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Rolling Stone reported that ska punk band the Interrupters will open every night. Headliners Weezer perform next, followed by Fall Out BoyGreen Day is set to close each show.

In celebration of the tour being announced, each group released a new song and promotional videos. Green Day's "Father of All…" will be on their upcoming album of the same name, out in February.

Weezer's "The End of the Game" is from their upcoming May release "Van Weezer." Fall Out Boy's single "Dear Future (Hands Up)" features Wyclef Jean and will appear on their upcoming greatest hits album, "Greatest Hits: Believers Never Die Volume Two."

General tickets go on sale Sept. 20 at 10 a.m. local time. The dates for the Hella Mega Tour are below. For more information on tour dates and tickets, visit

June 13: Paris at La Defense Arena
June 14: Groningen, Netherlands at Stadspark
June 17: Antwerp, Belgium, at Sportpaleis
June 21: Vienna, Austria, at Ernst Happel Stadium
June 24: Glasgow, Scotland, at Bellahouston Park
June 26: London at London Stadium
June 27: Huddersfield, England, at The John Smith's Stadium
June 29: Dublin, Ireland, at RDS Arena
July 17: Seattle at T-Mobile Park
July 21: San Francisco, California, at Oracle Park
July 24: San Diego, California, at Petco Park
July 25: Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium
July 28: Commerce City, Colorado, at Dick's Sporting Goods Park
July 31: Arlington, Texas, at Globe Life Field
Aug. 1: Houston at Minute Maid Park
Aug. 5: Miami at Hard Rock Stadium
Aug. 6: Jacksonville, Florida, at TIAA Bank Field
Aug. 8: Atlanta at SunTrust Park
Aug. 11: Minneapolis at Target Field
Aug.13: Chicago at Wrigley Field
Aug. 15: Pittsburgh at PNC Park
Aug. 16: Hershey, Pennsylvania, at Hersheypark Stadium
Aug. 19: Detroit at Comerica Park
Aug. 21: Washington at Nationals Park
Aug. 22: New York at Citi Field
Aug. 24: Toronto at Rogers Centre
Aug. 27: Boston at Fenway Park
Aug. 29: Philadelphia at Citizens Bank Park