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My Chemical Romance are playing Stadium MK this June

'An Offering...' confirms the news
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Published: 1:28 am, January 20, 2020Words: Ali Shutler.
My Chemical Romance are playing Stadium MK this June

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After a whole load of cryptic shenanigans that has us translating ancient languages at 1am, My Chemical Romance have finally come clean and announced that they'll be playing a big ol' UK headline show this summer.

Taking to their website, the band shared 'An Offering...' that's two-and-a-bit-minutes of hype and intrigue, followed by the news they'll be playing Stadium MK on June 20th 2020.

It'll be their first time in the UK since Reading & Leeds Festivals 2011 and follows on from their reunion show in California last month and a handful of appearances in Australia, New Zealnd and Japan happening in late March. Yays all round.

Also, wouldn't that music and those characters from 'An Offers...' make for a good album concept? We'll have a word. 

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