Blink-182, with original lineup reunited, coming to Phoenix in June 2023

Oct 11, 2022, 8:27 AM

(Live Nation Photo/Jack Bridgland)...

(Live Nation Photo/Jack Bridgland)

(Live Nation Photo/Jack Bridgland)

PHOENIX — Blink-182 and co-founder Tom DeLonge are reuniting for a world tour that launches next year and stops in the Valley in June.

The pop-punk group made of Travis Barker, Mark Hoppus and DeLonge is slated to perform in Phoenix on June 14 at the Footprint Center with special guest Turnstile.

Tickets go on sale to the general public Monday at 10 a.m. Presales start this week.

The tour announcement comes days before the band’s first single in nearly a decade, “Edging,” releases on Friday.

DeLonge left the group that was founded in 1992 in 2005 before rejoining again for several years. He departed in 2015 and was replaced by Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba.

Blink-182 has sold more than 55 million albums worldwide along with multiple hit singles, including “All The Small Things,” “What’s My Age Again?” and “I Miss You.”

The band’s last Phoenix stop was at Ak-Chin Pavilion in August 2019.

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Blink-182, with original lineup reunited, coming to Phoenix in June 2023