Twenty-five date North American summer tour kicks off June 21st
Grammy Award-nominated and multi-Platinum selling rock band Fall Out Boy is set to hit the road this summer with their 2023 headline tour So Much For (Tour) Dust. The 25+ date North American trek will kick off with a show of epic proportions at Chicago’s famed Wrigley Field on June 21st before continuing through cities like St. Louis, Dallas, Phoenix, Atlanta, Toronto, and concluding in Camden, NJ on August 6th.
In addition to Wrigley Field, So Much For (Tour) Dust includes three more stadium stops at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, Forest Hills Stadium in New York and Fenway Park in Boston.
Fall Out Boy will be joined by Bring Me The Horizon on most dates, as well as Alkaline Trio, New Found Glory, Four Years Strong, The Academy Is…, Royal & The Serpent, Games We Play, Daisy Grenade and Carr on select shows throughout the tour’s run.
Ticket pre-sales for So Much For (Tour) Dust go on sale Thursday, February 2nd beginning 10 am local time. General tickets will be available for purchase beginning Friday, February 3rd at 10am local time via Ticketmaster.
So Much For (Tour) Dust, presented by Live Nation, is in support of Fall Out Boy’s forthcoming new album So Much (For) Stardust, which arrives March 24th on Fueled By Ramen/Elektra/DCD2 Records. The record was produced by Neal Avron.
Last Wednesday, the band returned to their roots for a surprise homecoming show at Chicago’s legendary 1,000-capacity Metro – announced only two days prior, the show immediately sold out. Just down the street from Wrigley Field, the band first played the venue in September 2002, a pivotal gig that FOB’s Patrick Stump jokingly called back to for the packed crowd two decades later.
“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,” he said.
FOB’s Pete Wentz expressed the band’s enduring relationship with the venue, “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 and the latter of which was released the morning of the show. Prior to the show, the city was enveloped with teasing signage across city buildings and stations along the ‘L.” Foreshadowing the impending tour announcement, the marquees at Metro and Wrigley both featured curiously complimentary nods to the 1989 film Field of Dreams.