Blink-182 postpones launch of summer tour due to “production delays”

ABC/Paula LoboBlink-182 has postponed the first date of the band's upcoming summer tour, which was scheduled for this Thursday, June 27 in Columbus, Ohio.

According to a tweet from the punk trio, the show is being rescheduled due to "unforeseen production delays." It will now take place on September 22.

The tour, which will also feature rapper Lil Wayne, will now officially kick off June 29 in Hartford, Connecticut. During the run, Blink will be playing their 1999 album Enema of the State in full to celebrate its 20th anniversary.

A new Blink-182 album, the follow-up to 2016's California, is also in the works. So far, the band has shared two songs from the upcoming record: "Blame It on My Youth" and "Generational Divide."

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