This Isn't a Scene — It's an Arms Race!
The most influential pop punk band to emerge from the emo scene of the mid-2000's is back on tour in 2017, this time in support of their new record Mania — and if you're a fan of the band's hard-charging sound, then you won't want to miss out on the Fall Out Boy Charlotte show, coming to the Spectrum Center on November 3rd, 2017! Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump. and the rest of the band will be performing all the music from their latest collection of what they call their "softcore" music, including the lead single "Young and Menace," as well as past hits like "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)" and "Dance, Dance" — so you know tickets are sure to go fast. Check out the concert information below to learn more about the show, but don't wait — if you want to score the best Fall Out Boy Charlotte Tickets, then you'd better snag yours from BigStub today!
Formed in Chicago in the early 2000's as a side project by Chicago-area hardcore musicians Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump, and Joe Trohman, it didn't take long for Fall Out Boy to transcend its humble beginnings and become one of the most popular pop/rock bands of its generation. The group's debut record, Take This to Your Grave, made a small splash among the musical cognoscenti, but it was their 2005 major-label follow-up From Under the Cork Tree that really broke them nationwide, achieving Double Platinum status and selling 2.5 million units to date.
Now the group's out on tour in support of their latest hit record, American Beauty/American Psycho, and they'll be performing all its cuts at the upcoming Fall Out Boy Charlotte concert, tickets for which are available from BigStub! Check out our website to learn more about the show, but don't wait. If you want the best Fall Out Boy Charlotte Tickets around, then you'd better reserve yours right away!