Fall Out Boy Announce Fall Arena Tour

Band adds second North American leg to extensive spring and summer dates

Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump, Andy Hurley and Joe Trohman of Fall Out Boy.
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March 27, 2013 4:10 PM ET

In September, Fall Out Boy will embark on a North American arena tour in honor of Save Rock & Roll, their first record since 2008. The band released a clever YouTube video that used spliced-together audio from the likes of Gene Simmons, George Carlin, Ellen DeGeneres, John F. Kennedy and Elton John and Courtney Love (those last two artists will both appear on the new LP) to announce the trek.

The band is currently in the middle of their worldwide spring and summer tour; the second leg starts on September 5th at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut and ends September 29th at Tampa Bay, Florida's USF Sun Dome.

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Tickets go on sale April 5th and 6th, while Save Rock & Roll is set for release on April 15th and 16th worldwide; you can also check out the video for the LP's latest single, "The Phoenix." A full list of dates, as well as the tour's video announcement, are below.

9/5 Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun
9/6 Lowell, MA – Tsongas Arena
9/7 Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center
9/8 Philadelphia, PA – Liacouras Center
9/10 Fairfax, VA – Patriot Center
9/11 Cleveland, OH – Wolstein Center
9/14 Auburn Hills, MI – Palace of Auburn Hills
9/15 Toronto, ON – Echo Beach at Molson Canadian
9/18 Broomfield, CO – First Bank Center
9/20 Anaheim, CA – Honda Center
9/21 San Francisco, CA – Americas Cup Pavilion
9/22 San Diego, CA – Valley View Casino Center
9/25 The Woodlands, TX – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
9/26 Grand Prairie, TX – Verizon Theater at Grand Prairie
9/28 Alpharetta, GA – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
9/29 Tampa, FL – USF Sun Dome

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