Blink 182 Tickets

Blink 182 Tickets
Blink 182 is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 38.
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Get your Blink 182 tickets today! This highly anticipated Blink 182 2017 tour is in support of their Grammy nominated album, California. The 18-show tour stretches from March to July and includes Naked & Famous and Wavves as opening acts. View the Blink 182 tour schedule below to secure your tickets now!

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not Enough All Time Low!!!! It was a shock to find out that All Time Low was the opening band. Really, they should have been Co-Headlining with Blink 182! Their time on stage was funny with fantastic music; but, it was just too short which was disappointing. They really need their own show. Ironically, my 14 year old daughter really loved Blink 182 too while I was lukewarm about them. She didn't even know about them until she snagged one of their older CD's from MY collection. Overall, it was a great night out. The music was really good and there was a good vibe in the crowd.
Date published: 2016-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Rock Show at a great venue! The Big Gig was a great show! I loved the local bands that played the small stage and we really enjoyed the show itself! There was a bit of weather that came through but that happens with an outdoor venue, I thought they staff and folks who ran the concert did a great job handing things and getting the show back on track once the weather cleared. It was a great show!
Date published: 2017-08-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not enough. I spent $150 on my ticket mostly to see adtr. I wish ATL would've played too cuz that would've justified me spending so much money. Anyways it was weird seeing adtr not headlining. It wasn't enough. I stuck around for 4 blink songs. The oldies. And all American rejects kinda sucked but I never liked them to begin with.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Had a blast! Had a blast finally seeing one of my all time favorite bands! Blink 182 are in great shape with their new lineup and I wish they'd do a new tour soon. All their major hits were played and I could not have asked for a better concert experience.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! It was great hearing those older songs that made me 1st fall in love with the band. There were quit a few young people there too, so hopefully that fuels their love for the band as well. Vocals were a little off, but still loved it!
Date published: 2016-10-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best show ever Ive waited my whole life to go to a concert like this. Blink 182 was the best. The sound. The lights. The eenergy of the people in the joint. Everything was preetty cool. Just one thing. They didnt play adams song
Date published: 2016-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a show ! We enjoyed the show so much. There was so much energy in the arena. The first 2 bands (All-American Rejects and A day to remember) were very worth to watch and listen and prepare the venue of Blink-182 perfectly
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great concert i bought the tickets for a few friends and a girl I like, she had such a blast since it was two of her favorite bands joining in one performence, the tickets where a good buy as well.
Date published: 2016-09-17
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Blink 182

Current Tour: 2016 Tour
Discography:Cheshire Cat (1995)
Dude Ranch (1997)
Enema of the State (1999)
Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (2001)
Blink-182 (2003)
Neighborhoods (2011)
California (2016)

Blink 182 - 2016 Tour

In 2016, Blink 182 is set to embark on their first major tour in five years. In support of their 2016 album, California, Blink 182's tour will begin at Viejas Arena in San Diego on July 22. From there, Blink 182 will perform across the country through the beginning of October. Other stops on Blink 182's circuit include Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood in Atlanta, Nikon at Jones Beach in Wantagh, NY, DTE Energy Music Theater in Detroit, and Key Arena in Seattle. The tour will wrap up at The Forum in Los Angeles on October 1.

Joining Blink 182 for the majority of their shows will be A Day to Remember, The All-American Rejects and All Time Low. Get your Blink 182 tickets today!

Blink 182 - "California" Album

California is the seventh studio album by Blink 182, and is their first album without Tim DeLonge, who left the band in 2015. Produced by John Feldmann, California's only single is "Bored to Death," which was released on April 27, 2016. In total, California consists of 16 tracks.

Blink 182 Biography

Blink 182 was formed in Poway, California in 1992. The original lineup of Mark Hoppus, Tom Delonge, and Scott Raynor quickly got to work after meeting, recording demos, including Buddha. After spending a couple of years formulating their unique style, the band, then simply named Blink, began to record their first album, Cheshire Cat, which was released in 1994. Although they were primarily a local phenomenon at the time, the band was able to increase their profile by getting radio airplay for some songs, including "M&M's," The album wasn't commercially successful outside of San Diego County, but it helped further establish Blink 182 as a viable punk band.

Even with limited sales, the up-and-coming act was already gaining notice, especially by an Irish band of the same name. Facing the threat of a lawsuit, Blink quickly appended "182" to their name. With a fan base established at home, Blink 182 went on tour throughout 1995 and 1996, while also writing songs for their second album. The record, Dude Ranch, fueled by its lead single "Dammit," helped spread Blink 182's music to an international audience. This time when the group went on tour, everyone was looking for Blink 182 tickets. During the tour, drummer Raynor left the band, allegedly due to alcohol abuse issues, and was replaced by current drummer Travis Barker. The tour was completed by the new lineup and following it, Blink 182 began recording the album that would make them superstars.


That album, Enema of the State, was released in June 1999 and immediately became a hit. Led by singles "What's My Age Again," "Adam's Song," and Blink's now-signature song "All the Small Things," it brought the band to a mainstream audience. Its since sold over 15 million copies. Enema represented a slight change in style for Blink. More time in the studio allowed the band to experiment, and new band mate Barker lent composition expertise. The work paid off the next year when the band was chosen as Choice Rock Group at the Teen Choice Awards and "All the Small Things" won Best Group Video at the MTV Video Music Awards.

After taking some time to support the album on stage, Blink went to work on Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, which they released in 2001. Though it didn't nearly match the commercial success of Enema, it remains their second best-selling album to date. Featuring singles "The Rock Show," "First Date," and "Stay Together for the Kids," Take Off continued the experimentation started with the previous album. According to Mark Hoppus, the band aimed for a bigger sound with more immediate lyrics. The album ultimately sold two million copies.

Hiatus and Reformation

Following Take Off, the band was as popular as ever, but the ride was not to last. The band's future "indefinite hiatus" may have been foreshadowed during the production of Blink's 2003 self-titled album, which ran far overtime compared to the previous ones. The production was much more complex, featuring completely new instrument setups for each song, as opposed to Blink's previous tendency to only incrementally change the sound per song. The lengthy recording schedule and more involved production seemed to pay off. Blink-182 was critically acclaimed for its more mature sound, due to all three band members' then-newfound status as fathers.

However, the production schedule also led to problems, with some mixes being done very close to the deadline. The final days were some of the most stressful, particularly for DeLonge. By the time Blink went on tour to support Blink 182, DeLonge wanted to take time off, expressing a desire to spend more time with his family. The tensions developing in the band came to a head during the European tour with an extensive argument, leading to the rest of the tour being canceled. Blink ultimately took the break, but came back together for a benefit concert a few months later. During rehearsals, the band again argued, resulting in the six month break becoming an "indefinite hiatus."

During that time, all three members created new bands, with Barker and Hoppus forming +44, and DeLonge forming Angels and Airwaves. The band's reconciliation began following the death of longtime producer Jerry Finn in August 2008. The following month, Barker was involved in a plane crash that almost cost him his life. The band finally appeared on stage again during the 51st Grammy Awards in 2009, where they announced the resumption of recording. The first new Blink-182 album since reuniting, Neighborhoods, was released on September 27, 2011. Its first single, "Up All Night," was released on July 14. In 2015, Tom DeLonge was replaced by Matt Skiba.