Blink-182 to play “Enema of the State” in full on summer tour

ABC/Paula LoboAfter Blink-182 played their iconic 1999 album Enema of the State in full at a festival earlier this year to celebrate its 20th anniversary, bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus teased that the punk trio might do that again for "some shows" on their upcoming summer tour with rapper Lil Wayne. Apparently, by "some," he meant the whole freakin' tour.

In a tweet Wednesday, Blink confirmed that they'll be playing Enema of the State in its entirety throughout the summer run, which kicks off June 27 in Columbus, Ohio and stretches into September.

But since Enema runs a little over 35 minutes total, Blink will also be playing songs from their other albums -- and even some new music -- during the shows.

Released June 1, 1999, Enema of the State spawned the singles "All the Small Things," "What's My Age Again?" and "Adam's Song," and became Blink's best-selling album.

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