Fall Out Boy Temporarily Leave ‘Hella Mega Tour’ After Positive COVID-19 Test


Fall Out Boy will miss the next two stops on the Hella Mega Tour after a positive COVID-19 test. According to statement, an “individual on the band’s team” tested positive, and the band will miss the upcoming dates in New York and Boston, “out of an abundance of caution”. The rest of the tour – Green Day, Weezer, and The Interrupters – will perform as scheduled. Each band on the Hella Mega Tour has been operating in their own ‘bubble’ to stay as safe as possible.

The North American leg of the tour wraps up Sept. 6th in Seattle, but will make a stop at Oracle Park on August 27th.

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