Blink 182 Tickets

Jun 20

Thu · 7:00 pm

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Kia Center (Formerly Amway Center)Orlando, FL

Jun 21

Fri · 7:00 pm

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Kaseya CenterMiami, FL

Jun 24

Mon · 7:00 pm

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Frost Bank Center (Formerly AT&T Center)San Antonio, TX

Jun 25

Tue · 7:00 pm

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Dickies ArenaFort Worth, TX

Jun 27

Thu · 7:00 pm

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Ball ArenaDenver, CO

Jun 30

Sun · 7:00 pm

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PETCO ParkSan Diego, CA

Jul 02

Tue · 7:00 pm

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Desert Diamond ArenaGlendale, AZ

Jul 03

Wed · 7:00 pm

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T-Mobile ArenaLas Vegas, NV

Jul 06

Sat · 7:00 pm

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SoFi StadiumInglewood, CA

Jul 08

Mon · 7:00 pm

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Save Mart CenterFresno, CA

Jul 09

Tue · 7:00 pm

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Chase CenterSan Francisco, CA

Jul 11

Thu · 7:00 pm

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Delta Center (Formerly Vivint Smart Home Arena)Salt Lake City, UT

Jul 13

Sat · 7:00 pm

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Moda Center at the Rose QuarterPortland, OR

Jul 14

Sun · 7:00 pm

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Gorge AmphitheatreQuincy, WA

Jul 21

Sun · 7:00 pm

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Citi FieldQueens, NY

Jul 23

Tue · 6:30 pm

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Fenway ParkBoston, MA

Jul 24

Wed · 8:00 pm

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Xfinity Theatre - CTHartford, CT

Jul 26

Fri · 7:00 pm

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Wells Fargo Center - PAPhiladelphia, PA

Jul 27

Sat · 7:00 pm

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Capital One ArenaWashington, DC

Jul 29

Mon · 7:00 pm

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Bon Secours Wellness ArenaGreenville, SC

Jul 30

Tue · 7:00 pm

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PNC ArenaRaleigh, NC

Aug 01

Thu · 7:00 pm

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Rupp ArenaLexington, KY

Aug 02

Fri · 7:00 pm

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Gainbridge FieldhouseIndianapolis, IN

Aug 06

Tue · 7:00 pm

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Target CenterMinneapolis, MN

Aug 07

Wed · 7:00 pm

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Fiserv ForumMilwaukee, WI

Aug 09

Fri · 7:00 pm

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T-Mobile CenterKansas City, MO

Aug 10

Sat · 7:00 pm

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Enterprise Center MOSt. Louis, MO

Aug 12

Mon · 7:00 pm

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Little Caesars ArenaDetroit, MI

Aug 13

Tue · 7:00 pm

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Value City Arena at Schottenstein CenterColumbus, OH

Aug 15

Thu · 6:00 pm

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Rogers CentreToronto, ON

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About Blink-182

Emerging from the San Diego suburbs in 1992, blink-182 ignited the pop-punk scene with overflowing energy and irreverent humor. Mark Hoppus and Tom DeLonge, high school friends with a shared passion for music, formed the band's core, joined by drummer Scott Raynor. Their early years were marked by independent releases and DIY tours, building a dedicated fan base with their raw punk sound and fast-paced melodies.

As they began to amass a following, internal tensions were mounting with Raynor, and he was fired from the group in 1998. The arrival of drummer Travis Barker marked a pivotal shift. Albums like Enema of the State (1999) and Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (2001) catapulted them to mainstream success, spawning chart-topping hits and securing blink-182's place as pop-punk pioneers and MTV darlings.

Despite more internal tensions and lineup changes, including the departure and return of DeLonge (twice), blink-182's impact on the music industry remains undeniable. They redefined pop-punk, paving the way for countless future bands. Their legacy extends beyond music, influencing fashion, pop culture, and a generation of young artists.

With their signature sound and a renewed sense of unity, blink-182 is looking toward the future. They have been through a lot and have matured in the public eye, but their bond seems unbreakable. There’s no doubt the next chapter in their story will be filled with unexpected twists and exciting new sonic adventures, and fans are ready for it.

Blink-182’s Setlist

Blink-182's catalog is a high-energy, punk-infused rollercoaster, known for catchy hooks, fast-paced rhythms, a bit of angst, and a healthy dose of humor. Their music encapsulates the spirit of youth, combining relatable lyrics and rebellion with infectious melodies, but their songs resonate with fans of all ages. When you see blink-182 live, expect to hear these anthems that have defined their career and influenced a generation:

  1. Dammit

  2. What’s My Age Again?

  3. All the Small Things

  4. Dumpweed

  5. First Date

  6. The Rock Show

  7. I Miss You

  8. Family Reunion

  9. Down

  10. Feeling This

Live Moments That Made Headlines

In a live setting, blink-182's punk ethos and playful stage presence bring a new dimension to their studio work, transforming each song into an adrenaline-packed experience. Each of the following noteworthy appearances highlights a different aspect of their musical evolution: 

  • Taking Sydney By Storm (March 1997): Blink-182 delivered a blistering performance at the Equinox Festival in Sydney, Australia. Their live set at Macquarie University showcased the band's early talent and dynamic stage presence, solidifying their place as rising stars in the burgeoning pop-punk scene.

  • Total Request Live (March 2000): Blink-182 hit the stage at MTV's Total Request Live, delivering a performance that cemented their status as pop-punk pioneers. Mark Hoppus' charismatic vocals and Tom DeLonge's playful banter fueled the excitement, while Travis Barker’s drumming provided the perfect rhythm for the mosh pit that erupted in the audience.

  • Amped Up (November 2000): Blink-182 tore through a set of anthems and ballads at the Universal Amphitheatre, capturing the spirit of their "Mark, Tom, and Travis Show" tour. This electrifying performance, immortalized on their iconic album, showcased their talent, humor, and undeniable connection with the audience.

  • Back Again (August 2011): Reuniting with their original lineup after a four-year hiatus, blink-182 co-headlined the “Honda Civic Tour” with My Chemical Romance.  They unleashed a decade of energy, and fans responded with singalongs, and mosh pits. By the tour's end, they had proven they were back, stronger than ever. 

  • Magnificent Mayhem (September 2013): Sweat and fists flew as blink-182 ripped through their set at Chicago's Riot Fest. The crowd roared with every power chord of "Dammit," transforming the park into a sea of mosh pits and singalongs. From high-energy classics to heartfelt moments, the band proved their reign continues.

  • Storming the Strip (March 2018): The Palms Casino Resort roared as blink-182 christened their first Las Vegas residency. Opening with a blistering attack of classics that included "Feeling This" and "What's My Age Again?,” the band showed no signs of slowing down. For three hours, they delivered—even throwing in an acoustic set. The debut proved they were indeed the "Kings of the Weekend."

Blink-182 Collaborations

  • Steve Aoki (2018): Collaborating on "Why Are We So Broken" from Neon Future III, blink-182 infused Steve Aoki's electronic dance sound with their signature punk rock style, resulting in a track that bridged the gap between EDM and rock.

  • XXXTentacion (2019): In "It's All Fading to Black" from Bad Vibes Forever, blink-182 infused their energy into XXXTentacion's posthumous release, creating a powerful blend of genres that highlighted the strengths of both artists.

  • The Chainsmokers (2019): For "P.S. I Hope You're Happy" from World War Joy, blink-182's collaboration brought an edge to The Chainsmokers' electronic pop sound, creating a song that resonates with fans of both genres.

  • Goody Grace (2019): On the single "Scumbag," blink-182's involvement added a punchy, punk-influenced dimension to Goody Grace's typically more subdued style, illustrating the band's adaptability in collaborations.

  • Lil Wayne (2019): The mashup "What's My Age Again?/A Milli," a non-album single, was a unique blend of blink-182's punk rock and Lil Wayne's hip-hop. This unexpected pairing created a lively and memorable track.

  • Oliver Tree (2020): On "Let Me Down," blink-182's punk rock sound blended seamlessly with Oliver Tree's unique blend of indie and electronic music. The resulting track mixes the best of both worlds, and Oliver Tree was thrilled to have his “childhood heroes” on his track.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do blink-182 concerts last?

The length of blink-182 concerts varies based on the lineup. Their set alone typically lasts 90–120 minutes and includes 20–25 songs plus at least one encore.

Are blink-182 tickets sold out?

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Does blink-182 tour?

Blink-182 tours and has shared the stage with many incredible artists. Catch them when you can! Head to GoTickets.com to reserve your spot at a show.

Who are blink-182’s stage influences?

Blink-182’s performance style hearkens back to the earliest days of punk, but now, they are inspiring bands like All Time Low, Paramore, and The Regrettes.

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Are there any age restrictions for blink-182 concerts?

Although they use explicit language and adult themes in their music, blink-182 concerts are usually open to all ages. Check individual venues for specific details, as restrictions vary.

Are outside food or beverages permitted inside the venue for a blink-182 concert?

Food and drink policies as well as other rules and restrictions vary by venue. Before packing up for your blink-182 concert, check the venue’s official website for information on what is and isn’t allowed.

How much are blink-182 tickets?

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