The American rock band, blink-182, has announced its reunion tour in March 2023. The tour is scheduled to take place all over the world after its opening in Tijuana, Mexico. After seven years, Tom DeLonge, the guitarist-singer is to reunite with bassist-singer Mark Hoppus and drummer Travis Barker

Dropping their new single Edging is also being labelled as the first new recording by Hoppus, DeLonge, and Barker in a decade. Edging will be out for the audience on Friday. 

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The tour of the San Diego-bred band is set to open in Mexico, at the Imperial GNP Festival at Parque Morelos in Tijuana, on March 11. In Minnesota, United States, the group will kick off on May 4, at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center. They will be performing for their Los Angeles audience on June 16, at Banc of California Stadium, and at San Diego’s Pechanga Arena on June 20. Also, the end date for the tour is July 16, knocking off in Tennessee at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. More details are available on their official website.

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Music created by Blink-182, stylized as blink-182, is categorized as pop-punk, alternative rock, and punk rock. Tom DeLonge and Hoppus co-founded the band in 1992. Before splitting in 2015, the trio split up in 2005 and then reunited in 2009 after Barker survived a plane crash in which four people died. When the group was disunited in January 2015, DeLonge was replaced by Matt Skiba, and together, they released their first album Bored to Death in 2016. 

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With Skiba in their group, blink-182 went on to release two albums – California, which was nominated for Grammy in 2016, and Nine, in 2019. While DeLonge, who released his first solo album in 2015, also co-authored four books in the area of his interests, extra-terrestrial lifeforms, and UFOs. 

However, in 2021, DeLonge and Hoppus rekindled their friendship after DeLonge learned about Hoppus’ being ministered to for B-cell lymphoma. Hoppus is now planning to produce a memoir of his career in the band and his battle against lymphoma.