Blink-182 Will Track Thru ‘Enema Of The State’ On Summer Tour

When blink-182 roll through town, they’ll bring even more of our teenage nostalgia with them than usual.

Blink-182 announced today that they will play their classic album ‘Enema Of The State’ in its entirety on tour this summer.

The news arrives a few weeks after they floated the possibility to a fan on Twitter.

Although lots of fans were already all about blink-182 by Enema’s 1999 release, the success of this album behind mega-hits like “What’s My Age Again” and “All The Small Things” made blink a household name. The album has sold over 15 million copies worldwide.

Now assuming a 75-minute headlining set, Enema Of The State should only occupy about half the show. It’s a short record. That means plenty of time for the “plus all the hits” portion of that graphic above. Plus blink-182 released the new track “Blame It On My Youth” about a month ago. We know a new album is on the horizon – maybe they release more new songs between now and the tour?

blink-182 and Lil Wayne play the Providence Amp on September 8.