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Published: 5:00 pm, September 10, 2019
Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer have teamed up for a huge new tour, and announced new albums...

Green Day, Weezer and Fall Out Boy have announced a new joint tour, The Hella Mega Tour.

The worldwide live run will see the bands performing shows together in the UK next spring, with tickets going on general sale from 10am on Friday 20th September.

Each band is releasing a new song and new (or sort of new, in Fall Out Boy's case) album to celebrate, too.

Green Day's new record 'Father of All Motherf**kers' is due on 7th February, preceded by the track ‘Father of All’; Weezer's 'Van Weezer' is coming on 15th May, previewed by ‘The End of the Game’; and Fall Out Boy's 'best of', 'Greatest Hits: Believers Never Die - Volume Two' is out on 15th November, led by 'Dear Future Self (Hands Up) [feat. Wyclef Jean]'.

The tour will visit:

JUNE
24 BELLAHOUSTON PARK, GLASGOW, UK
26 LONDON STADIUM, LONDON, UK
27 JOHN SMITH'S STADIUM, HUDDERSFIELD, UK
29 RDS STADIUM, DUBLIN, IRELAND

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