Blink-182 and Lil Wayne Tour

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Blink-182 and Lil Wayne Tour
Tour by Blink-182 and
Lil Wayne
Blink-182 and Lil Wayne Tour.jpg
Associated albumEnema of the State
Tha Carter V
Start dateJune 29, 2019 (2019-06-29)
End dateSeptember 16, 2019 (2019-09-16)
No. of shows43
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Blink-182 and Lil Wayne Tour

The Blink-182 and Lil Wayne Tour is a co-headlining concert tour by American rock band Blink-182 and American rapper Lil Wayne. The tour is in support of the group's forthcoming eighth studio album, as well as Wayne's previously released twelfth studio album, Tha Carter V (2018). The tour began on June 29 in Hartford, Connecticut and is set to conclude on September 16 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Certain dates will coincide with Blink-182's appearance on the Vans Warped Tour 25th anniversary reunion show, as well as at 2019's Riot Fest. Welsh punk group Neck Deep will be the opening act on the tour.

To promote and announce the tour, Blink-182 and Lil Wayne released a live mash-up of their songs "What's My Age Again?" and "A Milli".[1] One month after first publicizing the tour, Blink-182 also announced they would perform their 1999 album Enema of the State in full at all shows, in addition to their hit singles and new music.[2]

Set list[edit]


This set list is from the concert on June 29, 2019 in Hartford. It is not intended to represent all shows from the tour[3]

  1. "Dumpweed"
  2. "Don’t Leave Me"
  3. "Aliens Exist"
  4. "Going Away To College"
  5. "What's My Age Again?"
  6. "Dysentery Gary"
  7. "Adam's Song"
  8. "All The Small Things"
  9. "The Party Song"
  10. "Mutt"
  11. "Wendy Clear"
  12. "Anthem"
  13. "Down" (acoustic)
  14. "Wasting Time" (acoustic)
  15. "Family Reunion"
  16. "Feeling This"
  17. "Bored To Death"
  18. "Built This Pool"
  19. "I Miss You"
  20. "Cynical"
  21. "Blame It On My Youth"
  22. "First Date"
  23. "Generational Divide"
  24. "Dammit"


List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, supporting acts, attendance, and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
North America[4]
June 20, 2019[a] Los Angeles United States Galen Center
June 29, 2019 Hartford Xfinity Theatre
June 30, 2019[b] Atlantic City Atlantic City Beach
July 1, 2019 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
July 3, 2019 Noblesville Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
July 5, 2019 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium
July 6, 2019 Burgettstown KeyBank Pavilion
July 7, 2019[c] Toronto Canada Budweiser Stage
July 9, 2019[c] Holmdel United States PNC Bank Arts Center
July 10, 2019 Mansfield Xfinity Center
July 11, 2019 Bristow Jiffy Lube Live
July 13, 2019 Bangor Darling's Waterfront Pavilion
July 16, 2019 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
July 17, 2019 Darien Darien Lake Amphitheatre
July 20, 2019 Virginia Beach Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
July 21, 2019 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
July 23, 2019 Charlotte PNC Music Pavilion
July 25, 2019 West Palm Beach Coral Sky Amphitheatre
July 26, 2019 Tampa MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre
July 27, 2019 Atlanta Cellairis Amphitheatre
July 29, 2019 Jacksonville Daily's Place
July 31, 2019 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
August 1, 2019 Austin Austin360 Amphitheater
August 2, 2019 Dallas Dos Equis Pavilion
August 4, 2019[c] El Paso Don Haskins Center
August 5, 2019 Phoenix Ak-Chin Pavilion
August 7, 2019 Chula Vista North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
August 8, 2019 Inglewood The Forum
August 27, 2019 Irvine FivePoint Amphitheatre
August 30, 2019 Ridgefield Sunlight Supply Amphitheater
August 31, 2019 Auburn White River Amphitheatre
September 2, 2019 West Valley City USANA Amphitheatre
September 4, 2019 Denver Pepsi Center
September 6, 2019[c] Wichita Hartman Arena
September 7, 2019[c] Council Bluffs Stir Cove
September 8, 2019 Kansas City Providence Medical Center Amphitheater
September 10, 2019 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre
September 13, 2019[d] Chicago Douglas Park
September 12, 2019 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center
September 14, 2019 Maryland Heights Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
September 16, 2019 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
September 19, 2019 Brooklyn Barclays Center
September 22, 2019[e] Columbus Nationwide Arena


Ticket sales to the tour have been low. Three weeks prior to the opening date of the tour, Rolling Stone contributor Andy Greene observed that "A quick glance at Ticketmaster shows oceans of unsold tickets at many shows with seats even in the back of the pavilion going for over $100 in certain markets." He opined that rebranding the tour as a twentieth anniversary of Enema of the State might improve matters, noting, "In all likelihood, this move was designed to help move tickets that were probably priced a little too high to begin with."[7] In addition to the sales, Wayne nearly quit the tour only nine shows in, at the stop in Bristow, Virginia. He stopped his set four songs in, complained of the crowd size, and remarked that it may be his last night on tour. The next day he clarified on Twitter he would not be leaving: "I'm having too much fun with my bros blink-182."[8]

Reviews of the tour have been positive. Scott Mervis for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette found Blink "still a force of nature in a bold, flashy show with pyro, smoke jets and a spinning drum contraption for Barker to solo with backing tracks."[9] Jillian Atelsek, reviewing their performance at Hersheypark Stadium for The Patriot-News, singled out Wayne's set as "more than just a prelude to blink-182's. It felt complete and impressive in its own right."[10]'s Bobby Olivier dubbed the combination "summer's oddest couple," but also "electrifying".[11] In contrast, Chris Kelly at The Washington Post bemoaned both acts' "road-weary antics," remarking that "nobody on stage seemed to be having fun."[12]



  1. ^ This concert was a rehearsal show, attended by invite-only fans and family, and was not a part of the main tour.[5]
  2. ^ This concert was a Vans Warped Tour 25th anniversary reunion show.[6]
  3. ^ a b c d e Lil Wayne will not be playing on this date.
  4. ^ This concert is part of Riot Fest 2019.
  5. ^ The concert on September 22, 2019 in Columbus was originally scheduled for June 27, 2019, but was rescheduled due to unforeseen production delays.[3]


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  2. ^ Mims, Taylor (June 5, 2019). "Blink-182 to Perform 'Enema of the State' In Its Entirety on Upcoming Tour". Billboard. Archived from the original on June 6, 2019. Retrieved June 6, 2019.
  3. ^ a b Darus, Alex (July 1, 2019). "BLINK-182 ICONIC 'ENEMA' TOUR SETLIST REVEALED AFTER WEEKEND KICKOFF". AltPress. Retrieved July 9, 2019.
  4. ^ Shaffer, Claire (May 6, 2019). "Blink-182, Lil Wayne Announce Co-Headlining Summer Tour". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on May 9, 2019. Retrieved May 9, 2019.
  5. ^ Childers, Chad (June 21, 2019). "Blink-182 Get 'Enema' Ready to Re-State at Secret Tour Rehearsal". Loudwire. Archived from the original on June 21, 2019. Retrieved June 21, 2019.
  6. ^ Kaufman, Gil (March 1, 2019). "Vans Warped Tour 25th Anniversary Shows to Feature Blink-182, 311, Bad Religion, Good Charlotte & Many More". Billboard. Archived from the original on March 1, 2019. Retrieved June 21, 2019.
  7. ^ Greene, Andy (June 6, 2019). "Flashback: Blink-182 Perform 'What's My Age Again?' in 2000". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on June 6, 2019. Retrieved June 6, 2019.
  8. ^ Haylock, Zoe (June 12, 2019). "Lil Wayne 'Won't Be Quitting' Blink-182 Tour After All". Vulture. Retrieved June 14, 2019.
  9. ^ Mervis, Scott (July 7, 2019). "Lil Wayne rides in at the last minute to make it a party with Blink-182". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved July 14, 2019.
  10. ^ Atelsek, Jillian (July 6, 2019). "Blink-182 and Lil Wayne at Hersheypark: Six takeaways from the energetic concert". The Patriot-News. Retrieved July 14, 2019.
  11. ^ Olivier, Bobby (July 10, 2019). "Blink-182 and Lil Wayne — summer's oddest couple — were electrifying at N.J. concert: review". Advance Publications. Retrieved July 14, 2019.
  12. ^ Kelly, Chris (July 12, 2019). "Nobody on stage seemed to be having fun at Lil Wayne and Blink-182's nostalgia show". The Washington Post. Retrieved July 14, 2019.