Blink-182 Announce UK Tour

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Blink-182 will be heading to the UK next year. The dates can be found below.

    7/3 Cardiff Morotpoint Arena
    7/4 Nottingham Morotpoint Arena
    7/5 Leeds First Direct Arena
    7/7 Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
    7/9 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
    7/11 Glasgow The SSE Hydro
    7/14 Manchester Manchester Arena
    7/15 Liverpool Echo Arena
    7/17 Bournemouth Int Centre
    7/19 London The O2

  2. Eml182


    Asking for serious - is Travis joining this one?
  3. Daniel182

    Cheers to the fact that we're not dead

    I would be very surprised if he does not.
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  4. slimfenix182

    Trusted Supporter

    I'm sure Travis will be boating over.
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  5. Shrek

    look how old that fuckin cat is Prestigious

    Pretty sure Travis is flying again - read something about how he flies now to show his kids the importance of overcoming their fears. May have been his autobiography.
  6. slimfenix182

    Trusted Supporter

    He responded to someone on here 8 weeks ago "never flying in a plane again"
  7. jorbjorb

    Conditioner is better.

    he'll be going by boat
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  8. berbakay


    The Wigan shirt still cracks me up.
  9. emeryk3


    Still hoping they'll play Reading/Leeds festival. Otherwise I'll see them at Download France cos that line-up is incredible.
  10. oneeightytwo


    Out of curiosity, would you rather not see them on their own tour compared to a festival?
  11. emeryk3


    Seen them live once before (2012) and they were incredible but I wouldn't really go see them again on a tour.

    But for the festival, I'm probably going anyway. So the festival itself would be my first priority and Blink being a good second. So it'd be a stellar line-up thartI wouldn't mind to see them again. Plus I can't really afford shows on top of a planned out festival. I do prefer festival atmospheres too - just feels like a nice holiday, haha.