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Fall Out Boy has emerged as one of pop-punk's hottest bands, thanks to the breakthrough success of smash hits such as Sugar, We're Goin' Down and Dance, Dance. Razorgator has your tickets to see Fall Out Boy live on tour! Fall Out Boy tickets are on sale now for all tour dates — so don't delay!

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Fall Out Boy Tickets - Fall Out Boy Tour Dates
Date Event Location
Thu Dec 03 6:30 PM Fall Out Boy EagleBank Arena
Fairfax, VA
Mon Dec 07 TBD 101.3 Jingle Ball with Calvin Harris, Demi Lovato, Fall Out Boy, Nick Jonas, Zedd and more Xcel Energy Center
St. Paul, MN

Fall Out Boy 2015 The Boys of Zummer Tour

7/21/15 - If you have ever tried to describe the music of Fall Out Boy to someone who has never heard any of their songs before, you may have found it difficult to do. It’s hard to fit them into one specific category because they incorporate so many genres in their sound. Alternative, pop, funk, punk and other flairs accompany perfectly their rock and roll base. Whether they have defied being labeled deliberately or not, it has worked to their benefit! They are one of the hottest bands on tour right now, and you definitely don’t want to miss your chance to catch them in concert this summer. On Sunday, July 26, they will be at the Austin360 Amphitheater in Austin, Texas along with openers Wiz Khalifa and Hoodie Allen. Ticket prices start at $36.

7/13/15 - Taking time out of an already busy touring schedule to give back to the community is just one of the many reasons to appreciate Fall Out Boy. They recently visited a children’s hospital in Cincinnati and spent some quality time with some really cool kids. They played a game with them, which involved front man Patrick Stump having to interpret what was happening on a screen behind me as the other band members mimed. They also took time to answer some questions, including one really great one that had FOB describing their favorite things about music. The band will take their music to Atlanta, Georgia, for a show at the Aarons Amphitheatre at Lakewood on Friday (July 17). Tickets are on sale now with prices starting at $41.
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7/7/15 - When Patrick Stump and the rest of Fall Out Boy wrote and recorded “Centuries” from their latest album, American Beauty/American Psycho, they never thought that it would become the hit that it is. In a recent interview, Stump said that while they all thought it was a fun song, they never expected it to become a sports anthem that is blasted at places like Soldier Field. It joins the growing list of hits such as “Sugar, We’re Goin Down,” “Dance, Dance and “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark” from the band’s other five albums. Fall Out Boy will be on stage along with openers Wiz Khalifa and Hoodie Allen in Clarkston, Michigan on Friday, July 10. Pick up tickets from us today with prices starting at $85.

6/30/15 - The attention that Fall Out Boy has gotten since they announced they’d be touring with Wiz Khalifa has been astounding, and even has some comparing the combo to the likes of “Walk This Way” by Aerosmith and Run DMC back in the ‘80s. Pete Wentz and the rest of Fall Out Boy dig the attention, however, and so far, the tour’s been a whirlwind success. The entourage will spend the Independence Day holiday celebrating with fans in Scranton, Pennsylvania this Saturday. The show will be at the Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain and you can secure your tickets through us today. Prices start at $29 for lawn tickets and level seating starts at $57. Come see what all the fuss is about, and bring your friends and family along for a fun night of music!

6/23/15 - Back in 2010 when naysayers said that Fall Out Boy had officially used up their 15 minutes of fame, the band knew differently. Pete Wentz recently spoke about the band’s resurgence and renewed popularity, saying that their success is due to the band’s ability to evolve and grow with time. Their current tour with Wiz Khalifa and Hoddie Allen has been a smashing success so far, as has been their latest album, American Beauty/American Psycho, which hit the top spot on the Billboard charts after its release in January 2015. The tour is just getting started, and tickets for all North American concerts are on sale now! Come see them in Cincinnati, Ohio at the Riverbend Music Center on Tuesday, June 30 by purchasing your tickets today!

6/16/15 - When Fall Out Boy announced they would be touring with rapper Wiz Khalifa this summer, many thought the stage would be too diverse for its own good. The tour so far, however, has proven that prediction wrong, and the “Boys of Zummer” tour has officially begun to rave reviews. Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa have worked together in the past; they collaborated on the hit song, “Uma Thurman.” Whether you are a fan of one or the other (or both), you can enjoy some great music from two completely different genres, all in one night! The tour continues this Thursday night with a show at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center in New York. Tickets are available in a wide price range, but start at $39 for the general admission lawn seating. Designated seating prices start at $52.

6/11/15 - Pop punk rockers Fall Out Boy are off to a high-energy start on their Boys Of Zummer Tour, kicking things off in Camden, NJ on Tuesday night. There has been some confusion over their co-headliner and tour mate, Wiz Khalifa, who comes from an entirely different, hip-hop background. While the pairing may seem strange, it couldn’t be more fitting according to singer Pete Wentz. Wentz says the group actually has much in common with Khalifa, since both artists dabble in two different genres of music and come from Chicago and Pittsburgh. Both cities are known for their music cultures and Wentz credits each city as being an incubator for Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa. Their next show is this Saturday at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ.

1/28/15 - American Beauty/American Psycho is the sixth studio album to be released by Fall Out Boy, and they are planning an upcoming worldwide tour in support of the work. The record was released Jan. 20, 2015 and has already hit the number-1 spot on the charts. The band got their start in a suburb of Chicago in 2001 and was originally going to be a mere side job for guitarist Joe Trohman and bassist Pete Wentz. They have since become one of the most popular acts in alternative rock music today. Their tour will include a North American leg that starts March 8 at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX. They have accepted the invitation to play at the city’s rodeo, and you can be a part of the fun for just $21.

2014 Monumentour

Fall Out Boy’s numerous chart-topping singles have made them the perennial kings of pop-punk over the last decade. Claiming the charts came by way of their explosive 2005 sophomore effort From Under the Cork Tree. Multi-platinum songs like “Dance, Dance,” “Sugar, We’re Going Down” and “This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race” have been fixtures at parties for years, while recent hits “The Phoenix” and “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark” are the latest mainstays on the radio waves. Though they took an open-ended hiatus after their fourth album Folie á Deux, the boys got back together two years ago with more energy, music and amibition than before.

Fall Out Boy is comprised of Chicago-natives Patrick Stump (vocals/guitar), Pete Wentz (bass), Joe Trohman (guitar) and Any Hurley (drums). The group blasted back onto the map last year, with the release of their No. 1 album, Save Rock and Roll—their gold certified fifth studio record. The album drop was followed up by a huge performance on the Victoria’s Secret Fashion show with Taylor Swift. FOB will be pairing up with another gutsy songstress, Hayley Williams of Paramore, this summer per the announcement of the massively anticipated “Monumentour” ten years in the making. FOB is also slated for the coveted role of playing the 2014 Pro Bowl halftime show in Honolulu.

The epic “Monumentour” similarly follows the No.1 comeback album released by pop-punkers Paramore, and kicks off Jun 19 ($26 min) at Hartford, pummeling through 30-plus cities before ending in Concord on Aug 17 ($34 min). Their show in Irvine starts at $45, $31 in Charlotte, $23 in Palm Beach, $78 in Nashville and $28 in Phoenix. This is a dream-team tour for pop-rock lovers so, while tickets are affordable, grab yours now!
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