Blink-182 Summer Tour
Blink-182 will head out on tour this summer following the release of their new album “California” on July 1. Above, Blink-182 singer Mark Hoppus performs at the Red Rock Casino in Las Vegas in 2011. Getty Images

Blink-182 is back! The band is gearing up to release its seventh studio “California” on July 1 and will head out on the road with A Day To Remember to play to fans across North America.

“California” will be Blink-182’s first release without former singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge, who left the band in January 2015. Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba has taken his place and was in the studio with the band recording the new album.

The record will feature 16 new songs, and Goldfinger singer John Feldmann helped produce it. Blink-182 gave fans their first taste of the new songs on Wednesday. Preorders are now up for “California.”

You can listen to Blink-182’s new song “Bored to Death” below:

Before you head out to the tour, here’s all the information you need when purchasing your tickets:

How to get tickets: Public tickets go on sale Friday, May 6, at noon, but fans will also have the opportunity to buy tickets before then. Beginning Monday, fans can purchase tickets through the presale, which they can get access to by preordering the new album or through VIP packages. Other local presales will be offered throughout next week, depending on the venue. You can check Ticketmaster to see what kinds of presales the venue closest to you is offering and for how much here.

Prices: Prices vary depending on the date and location of seats, according to Ticketmaster. For example, for the San Diego show at Viejas Arena, tickets range from $25 to $75 plus charges. Meanwhile, for the Seattle date at Key Arena, tickets run between $23 and $71 plus service charges.

Concert dates and locations: Blink-182’s summer tour kicks off on July 22 in San Diego and will run through Oct. 1 in Los Angeles. The tour will cover over 45 cities in the U.S. and Canada, including many outdoor venues. A Day to Remember will join Blink-182, while All Time Low and the All-American Rejects will appear at select dates. You can find out which band is performing at certain dates here, and here is a list of all tour stops:

  • July 22: San Diego at Viejas Arena
  • July 23: Las Vegas at The Joint
  • July 26: El Paso, Texas, at the Don Haskins Center
  • July 28: Oklahoma City at Chesapeake Energy Arena
  • July 29: Dallas at Gexa Energy Pavilion
  • July 30: San Antonio at the AT&T Center
  • July 31: Houston at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
  • Aug. 2: Atlanta at Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood
  • Aug. 3: Greenville, South Carolina, at Bon Secours Arena
  • Aug. 5: West Palm Beach, Florida, at Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre
  • Aug. 6: Tampa, Florida, at Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheatre
  • Aug. 8: Nashville at the Ascend Amphitheater
  • Aug. 9: Cleveland at Blossom Music Center
  • Aug. 10: Cincinnati at Riverbend Music Center
  • Aug. 12: Camden, New Jersey, at BB&T Pavilion
  • Aug. 13: Wantagh, New York, at Nikon at Jones Beach
  • Aug. 14: Holmdel, New Jersey, at PNC Bank Arts Center
  • Aug. 16: Virginia Beach, Virginia, at Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
  • Aug. 19: Boston at the Xfinity Center
  • Aug. 21: Toronto at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
  • Aug. 23: Syracuse, New York, at Lakeview Amphitheatre
  • Aug. 24: Buffalo, New York, at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
  • Aug. 25: Scranton, Pennsylvania, at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain
  • Aug. 27: Hershey, Pennsylvania, at Hershey Park Pavilion
  • Aug. 28: Pittsburgh at First Niagara Pavilion
  • Aug. 30: Detroit at DTE Energy Music Theater
  • Sept. 2: Hartford, Connecticut, at Xfinity Theater
  • Sept. 3: Bangor, Maine, at Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion
  • Sept. 4: Saratoga, New York, at Saratoga Performing Arts Center
  • Sept. 8: Minneapolis at Xcel Energy Center
  • Sept. 9: Chicago at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
  • Sept. 10: Indianapolis at Klipsch Music Center
  • Sept. 11: St. Louis at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
  • Sept. 13: Denver at Pepsi Center
  • Sept. 15: Boise, Idaho, at Taco Bell Arena
  • Sept. 16: Spokane, Washington, at Spokane Arena
  • Sept. 17: Seattle at Key Arena
  • Sept. 18: Vancouver at the Abbotsford Centre
  • Sept. 20: Portland, Oregon, at Sunlight Supply Amphitheater
  • Sept. 22: Salt Lake City at Usana Amphitheatre
  • Sept. 24: Phoenix at Ak-Chin Pavilion
  • Sept. 25: Albuquerque, New Mexico, at Isleta Amphitheater
  • Sept. 28: San Francisco at Shoreline Amphitheater
  • Sept. 29: Irvine, California, at Meadows Amphitheater
  • Oct. 1: Los Angeles at The Forum