Fall Out Boy announce UK and European tour

Fall Out Boy
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Fall Out Boy have announced autumn/winter dates in the UK and Europe as part of their So Much For (Tour) Dust headline tour. 

The 15 date tour will  kick off in Warsaw on October 17 and wrap in Berlin on November 8. It includes a total of five UK shows, to take place in Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and London.

Fans pre-ordering the group's forthcoming So Much (For) Stardust album from their official webstore will get exclusive pre-sale access to UK and Europe tour tickets. The album is due on March 24 on Fueled By Ramen/Elektra/DCD2 Records.

General tickets will be available for purchase from 10am on February 17.  Fall Out Boy will be joined by PVRIS and nothing.nowhere. on all European dates.

The confirmed tour dates are:

Oct 17: Warsaw Cos Torwar, POL
Oct 18: Prague Sportovní hala Fortuna, CZE
Oct 20: Milan Mediolanum Forum, ITA
Oct 21: Munich Zenith, GER
Oct 23: Paris Zénith, FRA
Oct 24: Amsterdam AFAS Live, HOL
Oct 25: Brussels Forest National, BEL
Oct 27: Leeds First Direct Arena, UK
Oct 28: Glasgow OVO Hydro, UK
Oct 29: Manchester AO Arena, UK
Oct 31: Birmingham Utilita Arena, UK
Nov 02: London The O2, UK
Nov 06: Oberhausen Rudolf Weber-Arena, GER
Nov 07: Hamburg Barclays Arena, GER
Nov 08: Germany Max-Schmeling-Halle, GER

Fall Out Boy have shared two singles from the album, Love From The Other Side and Heartbreak Feels So Good.

Guitarist Joe Trohman is taking a hiatus from the group to focus on his mental health. Trohman was noticeably absent from the band's video for Love From The Other Side, with a large furry 'racoon' handling lead guitar duties.

“Without divulging all the details, I must disclose that my mental health has rapidly deteriorated over the past several years,” Trohman says in a statement announcing his time out. “So, to avoid fading away and never returning, I will be taking a break from work which regrettably includes stepping away from Fall Out Boy for a spell.”

“So, the question remains: Will I return to the fold? Absolutely, one-hundred percent,” he insists. “In the meantime, I must recover which means putting myself and my mental health first. Thank you to everyone, including my bandmates and family, for understanding and respecting this difficult, but necessary, decision.”

Paul Brannigan
Contributing Editor, Louder

A music writer since 1993, formerly Editor of Kerrang! and Planet Rock magazine (RIP), Paul Brannigan is a Contributing Editor to Louder. Having previously written books on Lemmy, Dave Grohl (the Sunday Times best-seller This Is A Call) and Metallica (Birth School Metallica Death, co-authored with Ian Winwood), his Eddie Van Halen biography (Eruption in the UK, Unchained in the US) emerged in 2021. He has written for Rolling Stone, Mojo and Q, hung out with Fugazi at Dischord House, flown on Ozzy Osbourne's private jet, played Angus Young's Gibson SG, and interviewed everyone from Aerosmith and Beastie Boys to Young Gods and ZZ Top. Born in the North of Ireland, Brannigan lives in North London and supports The Arsenal.