Published Apr 09, 2009Completely fulfilling the '90s resurgence begun by No Doubt and Jane's Addiction, Blink-182 are saying that they are in the process of booking their summer 2009 reunion tour, and rumour has it that they will be supported by none other than Weezer. I'm not sure if all the arenas in North America are big enough to handle the nostalgia of both Dude Ranch and The Blue Album.
While no one from Blink or Weezer has confirmed this, Buzznet is reporting that an "informed source" has confirmed that it's a "done deal." The article also points out that Blink member Mark Hoppus has been posting the odd rehearsal update from the band on his Twitter account. The practice list, viewable here, leans heavily on the band's self-titled record, with nods to Dude Ranch and Enema of the State. As per a personal request from Pete Wentz, the band also added "Stay Together For The Kids" to their list.