To the delight of music fans in America, Blink-182 will be headlining the Honda Civic Tour from August through October. The trio of Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, and Tom DeLong will be releasing their first collection of new songs since Blink-182 put out their platinum-selling self-titled 2003 album. Unlike the reunion tour Hoppus, Barker, and DeLong set out on two years ago, Blink-182's nationwide trek will feature some brand new tracks. While fans can expect to hear favorites like "All the Small Things," Blink-182 has promised to give a few of their newest musical creations a try-out on the road.
Joined by fellow punk-pop giants My Chemical Romance, Blink-182 will highlight Honda's annual nationwide tour. The Honda Civic Tour will also feature bands like Matt and Kim, Manchester Orchestra, and Rancid. The exact release date for the band's new album has not been released, but Hoppus recently told the media it should be out by September at the latest. The Blink-182 singer/bassist said the band has up to 16 songs in the works of which they will likely pick ten to put on the record. Considering that the band is one of the most successful punk-pop acts in history, 2011 Blink-182 tickets will likely be some of the most-wanted tickets on the market this year.