My Chemical Romance add shows in Australia, New Zealand and Japan to comeback tour

6 November 2019, 12:07

Katie Louise Smith

By Katie Louise Smith

The emo legends will play three more gigs in March 2020 in addition to their LA concert in December 2019.

Just when you thought the news about My Chemical Romance's reunion couldn't get any better, they've just gone and announced 3 more live shows.

As if by Halloween miracle, it was announced on October 31st that MCR would be reuniting for a one-off gig in LA at the Shrine Expo Hall, their first concert since 2012. Tickets sold out fast, leaving many millions of fans heartbroken that they missed out.

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But fear not because the emo legends have just confirmed another THREE gigs for early 2020. Gerard Way, Mikey Way, Frank Iero and Ray Toro will be heading over to Australia, New Zealand and Japan in March next year. And ummm, not to get too ahead of ourselves but, are we potentially about to be blessed with some kind of... world... tour?

My Chemical Romance announce tour dates in Australia, New Zealand and Japan
My Chemical Romance announce tour dates in Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Picture: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Their first 2020 tour dates that have been announced so far will be in Australia at Download Festival. The band will be headlining the festival with Jimmy Eat World and Deftones. They'll be playing in Melbourne on March 20th and in Sydney on March 21th.

A few days later, they'll perform in Auckland, New Zealand on March 25th with special guests Jimmy Eat World, Midnight Youth, and Miss June.

On March 29th, they'll headline Download Japan with The Offspring, Evanescence and Jimmy Eat World.

For now, that's all that's been announced but there could still be more to come.

Fans are now wondering if the band will soon confirm a world tour, or at least more festival dates across the world for 2020. To be quite honest, it's looking pretty likely.

Emos, how are we feeling?