My Chemical Romance have unveiled the support acts for their upcoming US tour.
The band will be supported by numerous acts across the dates including: Badflower, Devil Master, Dilly Dally, GHÖSH, Kimya Dawson, Meg Myers, Midtown, Nothing, Shannon And The Clams, Soul Glo, Surfbort, Taking Back Sunday, The Bouncing Souls, The Homeless Gospel Choir, The Lemon Twigs, Thursday, Turnstile, Waterparks, and Youth Code.
You can find exact details of who is playing where on the band’s official website.
The returning group will kick off their reunion tour in the UK and Ireland, with a date at the Eden Project in May followed by gigs in Milton Keynes, Dublin, Warrington, Cardiff and Scotland. The tour will then move onto Europe, before visiting New Zealand and Australia in 2023.
The band had previously confirmed more than 25 dates to take place in the States and Canada this summer and autumn, including festival headline sets at Riot Fest, When We Were Young and more.
The reuniting emo band then added more arena shows to their itinerary, including 10 new cities. Tickets for the new shows will go on sale on Friday (March 11) at 12pm local time and will be available to purchase here. You can check out these dates here:
20 – Oklahoma City, OK, Paycom Center
21 – San Antonio, TX, AT&T Center
23 – Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena
24 – Cincinatti, OH, Heritage Bank Center
26 – Raleigh, NC, PNC Arena
27 – Belmont Park, NY, UBS Arena
1 – Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena
2 – Montreal, QC, Centre Bell
4 – Toronto, ON, Scotiabank Arena
8 – Boston, MA, TD Garden
10 – Brooklyn, NY, Barclays Center
2 – Portland, OR, MODA Center
17 – Los Angeles, CA, The Forum
MCR were due to perform in Russia and Ukraine as part of the European leg of the tour, but cancelled those shows earlier this week (March 7) due to the ongoing conflict in the area. “With deep regret, My Chemical Romance is cancelling our Ukraine and Russia shows in June 2022,” they wrote on Instagram.
“We hope to be able to play for the fans there soon,” they added.
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