Blink-182 and PVRIS are Playing a Show Together in New York – And We Wish it Was Happening in the UK!


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So, blink-182 and PVRIS announced that they are playing at Artpark in New York on 31st July 2017, which comes just after the punk rock trio will have finished touring the UK.

Now, blink-182 have toured with some pretty amazing bands as their support acts, including A Day To Remember, The All-American Rejects and, as their tour continues, they will be accompanied by The Front Bottoms– and now PVRIS have been added to the list! Unfortunately, they’re only doing one show together and that one show just happens to be thousands of miles away from the UK in New York. Looks like a long journey for us UK fans!

We’ve always dreamt of our favourite bands coming together and making one beautiful concert, and now we present to you this bad boy of a gig! Come on, how amazing is this concert going to be?! If only it were happening in the UK, we could find out… Don’t get us wrong, blink-182 have picked some pretty awesome support acts for their UK shows but they aren’t quite PVRIS. Nevertheless, their shows will be just as good- with or without PVRIS *sobs*!

PVRIS are set to release their new album All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell on 4th August, blink-182 have just released a deluxe version of their latest album California with their new lead guitarist Matt Skiba, who joined the band last year.

We’ve got three pretty simple reasons we wish this show was happening in the UK. Okay, here goes…

1. It is going to be brilliant!

2. It is going to be bloomin brilliant!

3. It is going to be blinkin’ brilliant!

What more can we say?!

You can catch blink-182 on their UK summer tour in July, check out the dates:


3rd – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

4th – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

5th – First Direct Arena, Leeds

7th – Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham

9th – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle

11th – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

12th – GE Oil & Gas Arena, Aberdeen

14th – Manchester Arena, Manchester

15th – Liverpool Echo Arena, Liverpool

17th – Bournemouth Int’nl Centre, Bournemouth

19th – The O2 Arena, London

20th – The O2 Arena, London


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