Saturday, July 18, 2015 at 7:00 PM
Fall Out Boy, Wiz Khalifa and Hoodie Allen are teaming up for a huge “Boys of Zummer” tour. The unusual trio of acts will stop in more than 40 cities before wrapping up the tour. Fall Out Boy will promote their new album American Beauty/American Psycho. Wiz Khalifa will promote his 2014 release Blacc Hollywood.
The summer tour will kick off in Camden, NJ on June 10th. Over the next three months, the tour will make its way across the US before closing at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on the 10th of August.
Rapper and singer Hoodie Allen will serve as opener for the two acts. Wiz Khalifa will share the stage with Fall Out Boy on all dates except for the June 20th show in Bangor, MA. It will only be Fall Out Boy and Hoodie Allen on that date.
General tickets for the tour went on sale January 23 at 10 AM through Live Nation.
Fall Out Boy released American Beauty/American Psycho on January 20th. The album has already produced two hit single “Centuries” and “Immortals,” which is on the Big Hero 6 album. Wiz Khalifa dropped his album Blacc Hollywood in 2013, which marked the rapper’s first Number One album.
Fall Out Boy is sure to play hits from their new album, including “Centuries” and “Immortals”. But they’ll also play old hits as well, like “Dance, Dance” and “Thanks for the Memories.” As for Wiz Khalifa, he’ll likely perform his hits “Black and Yellow,” “Young, Wild & Free,” and “Remember You”. This is the first time Khalifa will tour with a rock band.
Hoodie Allen is a newcomer, but he’ll get the party started as opening act. Allen will likely perform his hits “No Interruption,” “People Keep Talking” and more.
Fall Out Boy is an American pop punk band from Chicago that formed in 2001. The band’s Goin Down”. The album went double platinum. Fall Out Boy released their six studio album American Beauty/American Psycho in 2015, which peaked at number one. This was the band’s third number one album.
Wiz Khalifa is a rapper and singer who rose to fame with his 2006 debut album Show and Prove. His debut single “Black and Yellow” was the rapper’s first number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100. His debut album Rolling Papers produced the hits “Remember You” and “Work Hard, Play Hard”.