The My Chemical Romance reunion is officially the gift that keeps on giving.
Following what has felt like months of teasers (real talk, it’s only been a few weeks), the New Jersey-founded band finally announced plans to give their North American MCRmy some love.
On Wednesday (Jan. 29), the four-piece posted a theatrical 13-minute video where all the teasers they dropped fused into one mini-film. Towards the end of the lengthy clip, dates, venues, and cities started to appear confirming what fans had been hoping for since the group decided it was time to reunite.
My Chemical Romance’s reunion tour will run for 18 days and stop in major cities such as St. Paul, Toronto, Boston, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Houston, Dallas, and more.
The fall time outing begins on Sept. 9 at the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit and concludes a month later on Oct. 11 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Tickets for the newly announced tour dates go on sale this Friday, Jan. 31, at noon local time. Complete information about the upcoming outing can be found on the band’s website.
In addition to their headlining arena shows, the group also added several music festivals to their itinerary. My Chemical Romance will headline Riot Fest (Chicago) on Sept. 12, Music Midtown Festival (Atlanta) on Sept. 20, and Aftershock Festival (Sacramento) on Oct. 10.
My Chemical Romance’s reunion comes seven years after the group decided to take a break. In December, they got the band back together for a show at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles which sold out in seconds.
After that, things just started to spiral with a slew of sold-out international shows leaving their North American fans wondering “when’s our turn?”
Well, the time is now.
The full tour route can be found below.
Sept. 09 — Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena
Sept. 11 — St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center
Sept. 12 — Chicago, IL – Riot Fest
Sept. 14 — Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
Sept. 15 — Boston, MA – TD Garden
Sept. 17 — Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center
Sept. 18 — Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 20 — Atlanta, GA – Music Midtown
Sept. 22 — Newark, NJ – Prudential Center
Sept. 26 — Sunrise, FL – BB&T Center
Sept. 29 — Houston, TX – Toyota Center
Sept. 30 — Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
Oct. 02 — Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
Oct. 04 — Tacoma, WA – Tacoma Dome
Oct. 06 — Oakland, CA – Oakland Arena
Oct. 08 — Los Angeles, CA – The Forum
Oct. 10 — Sacramento, CA – Aftershock Festival
Oct. 11 — Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena