Fall Out Boy announce huge tour including Leeds gig

Fall Out Boy have just announced a massive tour around the UK and Europe, which includes a date here in Leeds.

The legendary Grammy Award-nominated pop-punk group will be heading this way on their headline tour, So Much For (Tour) Dust.

Today, the noughties rock icons, who were behind hit songs like Sugar, We’re Goin Down and Dance, Dance, announced 15 dates, including a stop at the First Direct Arena on 27 October.

The new Fall Out Boy tour is in support of their forthcoming new album So Much (For) Stardust, which is due for release on 24 March 2023.

Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Andy Hurley and Joe Trohman surprised fans with a homecoming show in Chicago’s 1000-capacity Metro, which sold out immediately.

They first played the same venue back in September 2002, a pivotal gig in their huge career.

Patrick said on their return: “Twenty years ago, I told my mom I was going to take a semester off [college] because we were headlining Metro and I wanted to see how that would work out…”

Pete Wentz added: “Walking up those stairs is the closest thing this band will have to church.”

The show also featured the live public debut of both Love From The Other Side and Heartbreak Feels So Good, two tracks from the new album.

Fall Out Boy have recently taken part in The Hella Mega Tour, alongside Green Day and Weezer, playing in front of more than one million fans across the globe.

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So Much (For) Stardust is Fall Out Boy’s eighth studio album and first since 2018’s M A N I A, which garnered a GRAMMY nomination for Best Rock Album.

Fans who pre-order the new album from falloutboy.lnk.to/store/ will get exclusive pre-sale access to UK and Europe tour tickets, with the pre-sale going live at 4pm on Wednesday 8 February.

General tickets will be available for purchase from 10am Friday 17 February.

Fall Out Boy will be joined by PVRIS and nothing.nowhere. on all European dates.

Fall Out Boy’s UK tour dates in full


  • 27 October – Leeds, First Direct Arena
  • 28 October – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
  • 29 October – Manchester, AO Arena
  • 31 October – Birmingham, Utilita Arena Birmingham
  • 2 November – London, The O2

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