“As part of the 10-year anniversary tour of the untitled album, blink-182 performed 7 songs for the whole world at the Red Bull Sound Space on November 7, 2013, at 11:45am. Thanks to KROQ for recording and streaming the show.”
In a KROQ interview this morning with Travis and Mark, they announced they would be playing a few shows in celebration of the 10 year anniversary of blink-182’s “Untitled” album. They’ll be playing “Untitled” front to back, along with some other songs.
“It’s something special. It’s the 10-year mark of this album. We just did a run…but this is solely purely for our fans. It’s like a way of giving back and really celebrating an album that was like a turning point for our career.”
November 6 – Hollywood Palladium
November 7 – Live at KROQ’s Red Bull Sound Space (1 p.m. PT)
November 7 – Hollywood Palladium
Tickets for the Palladium shows go on sale Friday, October 25th at 10am via Ticketmaster.com. Tickets for the Red Bull Sound Space show can’t be purchased, but you can listen to KROQ to win all week long or click here for an additional entry! Not only will you score tickets to the Red Bull Sound Space show, but we’re also throwing in a pair of tickets to one of the Palladium shows as well!
The band’s Red Bull Sound Space performance will be webcast live on KROQ.com, and will be available to watch for 24 hours following the show.
Rolling Stone sat down with blink before their small venue show in Brooklyn last Wednesday and spoke with them about the good old days, their creative process, recording the next album, and their signature toilet humor.
As the sound of opening band (and Blink disciples) New Beat Fund rattled the club walls, DeLonge and Hoppus gave a wide-ranging interview, revealing to Rolling Stone they are in town meeting with labels for their next album due next year (they recently left Universal Music Group after 15 years) and opening up about their creative process, their status as pop-punk pioneers, their wild early years and their sometimes-rocky relationship. “Everyone is so different,” says Hoppus. “It’s what tears our band apart and it’s what makes us great when we’re great.”