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.
To celebrate 20 years, we're playing Enema of the State in its entirety all summer long! And yes, we’re still playing the hits from the other albums, as well as new music. Get your tickets now, this is gonna be a fun one.
— blink-182 (@blink182) June 5, 2019
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?