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Extend Your Summer Concert Series With Blink-182

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The end of summer concert season is rudely approaching. With live outdoor music experiences coming to a close and festivals like Lollapalooza 2016 in the books, it’s easy to get down about back to school and sweater weather. There’s one way to let summer bleed a little into September, and that’s with one of the world’s most beloved pop-punk groups making a return on the road. On Friday, September 8, Blink-182 will be bringing their tour to the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater with A Day to Remember and the All-American Rejects—something you probably won’t want to miss out on if you’re going to soon yearn for the heated summer music scene.

Blink-182 (via Ticketmaster)

Blink-182 (via Ticketmaster)

Embrace the outdoors one last time

Almost everybody knows that music sounds and feels better amongst the bugs and the breeze, and autumn is the annual bookend to that experience. The Tinley Park location for this tour stop is a perfect way to bask in the open-air, live atmosphere before the nights get cold. It won’t get much better than hearing Blink-182’s new album, such as popular single Bored to Death, and other classics in the perfect night show environment.

Find comfort in nostalgia

It seems like the responsibilities pile on as the shorts and tank tops get packed away, so there’s plenty desire to revert to the simpler times of the early 2000’s. And after so many iconic years, Blink-182 knows how to cater to their audience. You can expect to hear a variety of their classic anthems mixed among the new album on their tour set list. Screaming along to All The Small Things will assuredly cure any end-of-summer blues. At least for the time being.

Tickets for Blink-182 at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater are still available, and you can listen to their newest album California on Spotify.

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Writer/Editor at 89.7 KRUI.fm
Southwest-suburb born and raised, and attending University of Iowa. Chicago, its sports, and an infinite amount of music are a few things I can't get enough of.
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