My Chemical Romance announces North American reunion tour
My Chemical Romance has finally announced their full comeback tour after eight years. The tour launches September 9th in Detroit, MI and wraps up October 11th in Las Vegas, NV.
By mporter on January 30, 2020
By: Madeleine Porter
My Chemical Romance has finally announced their full comeback tour after eight years. The band hasn’t toured together since 2012 and they officially broke up in 2013.
My Chemical Romance history
Formed in Newark, NJ, My Chemical Romance made its debut in 2002 with the album “I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love.” The band then made their major-label debut with the Platinum album “Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge” in 2004.
My Chemical Romance officially announced their split in a statement on their website on March 22, 2013. They claimed in a vague message that “after 12 years all good things must come to an end.” However, years later the real reason for their break-up rose out of the ashes, with frontman Gerad Way revealing the scoop. The singer recalled making music together wasn’t fun anymore and breaking up the band broke them each out of their comfort zone.
Fans were more than delighted to hear of the My Chemical Romance reunion in the fall of 2019 where they took the stage in December with a sold-out show in Las Angeles. Whether or not the band is sticking around this time, fans can relish in knowing My Chemical Romance is touring this fall.
My Chemical Romance tour details
The tour launches September 9th in Detroit, MI and wraps up October 11th in Las Vegas, NV. The band made their announcement in an eerie short film titled “A summoning…”. Tickets for the official tour dates will go on sale this Friday, January 31.