My Chemical Romance,

My Chemical Romance confirm rescheduled show dates for summer 2021,

My Chemical Romance UK + Dublin Shows: 

Cornwall Eden Project, 15 June
Milton Keynes MK Dons Stadium, 17
Milton Keynes MK Dons Stadium, 19
Milton Keynes MK Dons Stadium, 20
Dublin Royal Hospital Kilmainham, 22

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The emo legends shared a cryptic video dubbed ‘An Offering’ on their social media channels to reveal the exciting news – CHECK IT OUT HERE:

The shows will mark the band’s first UK live dates since they headline Reading & Leeds Festival back in 2011.

They made their big return to the stage for the first time in seven years, playing an epic 20-song set at the Shrine Exposition Hall in Los Angeles.

The rescheduled UK and Dublin shows form part of a wider worldwide tour, which will also include performances in Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Germany, and Italy. Details of who might be joining the group on stage in the UK is still to be confirmed however, Jimmy Eat World will be supporting them for their New Zealand and Japan tour dates.

My Chemical Romance formed in Newark, New Jersey and made their big debut back in 2002 with their independently released album ‘I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love’.

After signing with Reprise Records a year later, they made their major label debut in 2004 with their album ‘Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge’, which featured platinum hit ‘’I’m Not Okay (I Promise), the gold-certified ‘Helena’ and ‘The Ghost of You’. ‘The Black Parade’ followed in 2006 with 3x platinum single ‘Welcome To The Black Parade’. The huge track topped both Billboard’s Alternative Songs tally and the UK Official Singles chart.

Be sure not to miss out on tickets to see My Chemical Romance live at the MK Stadium in June 2021!

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