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A HOME RUN FOR GREEN DAY, WEEZER, FALL OUT BOY

The Crush-repped troika of Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer dropped new singles today as they announced The Hella Mega Tour  that will hit stadiums across the U.S. next summer after a run through Europe.

Green Day dropped “Father Of All…,” the title track of their 13th studio album that will be released 2/7 on Reprise/Warner RecordsFall Out Boy’s new single, “Dear Future Self (Hands Up),” features Wyclef Jean and will be featured on their forthcoming record, Greatest Hits: Believers Never Die – Volume Two, out 11/15 via Island Records.

Weezer’s new single is “The End of the Game,” which will be included on their 14th studio album, Van Weezer, due out in May 2020 via Crush/Atlantic.

The three bands are celebrating the news with a performance tonight at the Whisky A Go Go and will appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live! next week.  We hear it's Weezer on Tuesday, Fall Out Boy on Wednesday and Green Day on Thursday.

The Crush-orchestrated global tour—sponsored by Harley Davidson— kicks off 6/13 in Paris and will hit Glasgow, London and Dublin. Produced by Live Nation, the 20-city North American outing begins 7/17 and will take the bands to ballparks such as Dodger Stadium on 7/25, Citi Field on 8/22 and Fenway Park on 8/27.

The Hella Mega Tour North American Dates:

7/17 Seattle, T-Mobile Park

7/21 San Francisco, Oracle Park

7/24 San Diego, Petco Park

7/25 Los Angeles, Dodger Stadium

7/28 Commerce City, Colo. Dick’s Sporting Goods Park

7/31 Arlington, Texas, Globe Life Field

8/1 Houston, Minute Maid Park

8/5 Miami, Hard Rock Stadium

8/6 Jacksonville, Fla., TIAA Bank Field

8/8 Atlanta, Suntrust Park

8/11 Minneapolis, Target Field

8/13 Chicago, Wrigley Field

8/15 Pittsburgh, PNC Park

8/16 Hershey, Pa. HersheyPark Stadium

8/19 Detroit, Comerica Park

8/21 Washington, D.C., Nationals Park

8/22 New York, Citi Field

8/24 Toronto, Rogers Centre

8/27 Boston, Fenway Park

8/29 Philadelphia, Citizens Bank Park

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