Blink-182’s Reunion Tour Is Their Most Successful Ever

Blink-182 have just wrapped up the US arena dates of their reunion tour with Tom DeLonge and it has proven to be a huge success, becoming the highest grossing run of their career to date.

Billboard Boxscore reports that the North American leg saw them sell 504,000 tickets and gross $85.3 million dollars. Shows were grossing around $2.4 million dollars a night, around four and a half times their previous record, set during their 2009-2010 run.

The band also hit a new high in terms of attendance numbers, averaging 15,664 people per show, up 2% from their previous record.

Their reunion tour began with a surprise set at Coachella Festival back in April, appearing again during the event’s second weekend to headline the main stage as a replacement for Frank Ocean.

Blink-182 will hit the UK later this year for a run of arena shows before heading back to the US to headline When We Were Young Festival in Las Vegas alongside Green Day.

Have a look at the list of UK tour dates below:


02 – GLASGOW OVO Hydro
04 – BELFAST SSE Arena
05 – DUBLIN 3Arena


11 – LONDON The O2
12 – LONDON The O2
14 – BIRMINGHAM Utilita Arena

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