My Chemical Romance announce North American reunion tour

It's been nine years since we last saw them on tour.

My Chemical Romance is hitting the road for a full-lengthed North American tour — after a years-long hiatus — and we’re NOT OKAY (we promise).

Much to the excitement of their fans, the band — that consists of lead vocalist Gerard Way, guitarists Ray Toro and Frank Iero, and bassist Mikey Way — announced the tour Wednesday with a cryptic video posted to their social platforms.

The 13-minute-long film (above), titled “A summoning…”, showcased multiple MCR Easter eggs referencing the band’s four studio albums and several familiar faces from past music videos.

The band, which formed in 2001, split in 2013 after more than a decade of playing shows together. Their legacy includes albums Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge (2004) and The Black Parade (2006), both of which earned platinum and double-platinum statuses, respectively.

Last year, the band teased a reunion by resurfacing their social media channels with updated graphics. They followed their resurfacing by playing a reunion show last December at Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles.

The North American leg of the 2020 tour will kick off in September after a summer-long jaunt through Australia, Asia and Europe. The tour will conclude in Las Vegas in October. For tickets and more info, click here.

Here’s where you can find them:

3.20 Melbourne, Australia – Download Festival Melbourne
3.21 Sydney – Download Festival Sydney
3.25 Auckland, New Zealand – The Outer Fields at Western Springs
3.28 Osaka, Japan – Intex Osaka
3.29 Tokyo – Download Festival Tokyo
6.18/6.20/6.21 Milton Keynes, England – Stadium MK
6.23 Dublin – Royal Hospital Kilmainham
7.4 Bologna, Italy – Sonic Park Fest
7.6 Bonn, Germany – KUNST!RASEN
7.11 Moscow – Park Live
9.9 Detroit – Little Caesars Arena
9.11 Saint Paul, Minnesota – Xcel Energy Center
9.12 Chicago – Riot Fest
9.14 Toronto – Scotiabank Arena
9.15 Boston – TD Garden
9.17 Brooklyn, New York – Barclays Center
9.18 Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center
9.20 Atlanta – Music Midtown Festival
9.22 Newark, New Jersey – Prudential Center
9.26 Sunrise, Florida – BB&T Center
9.29 Houston – Toyota Center
9.30 Dallas – American Airlines Center
10.2 Denver – Pepsi Center
10.4 Tacoma, Washington – Tacoma Dome
10.6 Oakland, California – Oakland Arena
10.8 Los Angeles – The Forum
10.10 Sacramento, California – Aftershock Festival
10.11 Las Vegas – T-Mobile Arena

Annie Shalvey
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Annie is Rhode Island native with a taste for pop punk and alternative rock. A graduate of Providence College, she’s an avid writer with a degree in English lit. She makes a living working as a digital journalist for a local television station and prides herself on being social media savvy. Things Annie likes: rainy days, concerts, peanut butter and bookstores.

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