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My Chemical Romance - Tickets & Details - Auckland 2020 - Postponed Twisted Thread

My Chemical Romance - Tickets & Details - Auckland 2020 - Postponed


My Chemical Romance Brings Reunion Tour To Auckland

Update 18 March 2020 - Concert has been postponed due to the coronavirus.

Concert Update: My Chemical Romance are returning to New Zealand in 2023 for one huge show. 

Formers emos are rejoicing as My Chemical Romance brings their reunion show to Auckland's Western Springs Outter Fields in March 2020.Following their reunion tour announcement, My Chemical Romance has confirmed they will be bringing a one-off stadium show to Auckland in March 2020. Since breaking up in 2014 the group's members have all been part of their own solo projects, then surprised fans in 2019 by announcing a reunion show in Los Angeles with tickets selling out in four minutes. The group said they had reunited in 2017 and have been working together since to curate the tour. The group is known for establishing the emo music genre in mainstream music, collecting a wide range of fans along the way. This will be an unmissable show.

Band line up 

  • Jimmy Eat World
  • Midnight Youth
  • Miss June

My Chemical Romance Tour Poster New Zealand 2020


    My Chemical Romance to Headline

    Influenced by the September 11 attacks in America, Gerard Way decided to form a band in his hometown of Newark, New Jersey. The band consisted of Gerard Way on lead vocals, Matt Pelissier on drums, later replaced by Bob Bryar, Mikey Way on bass guitar and Ray Toro as the guitarist. Their first album, I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love was produced by the lead singer of Thursday, Geoff Rickley, a fellow New Jersyian, it was dark, emotional and rock orientated. Through playing live shows in New Jersey with this album they gathered attention and signed a proper record deal and begun work on Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge which went platinum and shot them to the mainstream.

    Their third album in 2006, Welcome To The Black Parade, a concept album, did commercially well, going triple platinum in both the US and the UK and was well-loved by fans around the world. They cited the likes of Queen and Pink Floyd and as their inspiration, the album took on a different kind of sound for the group and is classed as a rock opera. Dan Martin from NME summed it up as similar to Green Day's American Idiot which really challenged the ideas people had about the group.

    Their last album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys was released in 2010 and took on a narrative of a post-apocalyptic world. The lead up for their reunion show has proven the group is still fond of using dramatics, interludes, theatre, and a performative on stage presence. The band line up has barely changed over the band's career with a full line up Gerard, Mikey, Frank, and Ray set to perform in March, less a permanent drummer. They haven't performed in New Zealand since the now disestablished Big Day Out in 2013.

    You can buy official My Chemical Romance merchandise through our online store.


    Jimmy Eat World (Special Guest)


    Since 1993, Jimmy Eat World have been known to be at the forefront of creating the sub-genre, pop-punk. Their sound is that of one similar to other pop-punk bands, Blink 182 and Sum 41. Originally starting out as a punk band, they developed over time to a more structured sound, pop-punk. Their 2001 breakthrough album Bleed American gained fans all over the world with a number of successful singles released from it including The Middle.

    Over their career, they have released 10 albums, their most recent album, Surviving, has been received positively by critics. In 2019 they celebrated 25 years since their first show, their performance in March is set to be high energy and reminiscent of original pop-punk. 

     Watch Jimmy Eat World's Tiny Desk Concert

    Midnight Youth (New Zealand)


    They may have disbanded but kiwi indie rock group Midnight Youth are performing a one off show opening for My Chemical Romance. Playing a one-off show, the group is best known for their work in 2006 as an indie-rock band, disbanding in 2013. Most known for their song All On Our Own, they told Stuff it is an opportunity they couldn't pass up.

    Watch Midnight Youth's Video for All On Our Own


    Miss June (Auckland)


    The Auckland based group haven't been around long but their following is strong. One of New Zealand's most highly praised post-punk group have an EP, Matriachy, and an LP Bad Luck Party. Since their beginnings they have received praise from the likes of Wolf Alice and Foo Fighters. The group is often compared to the likes of Sonic Youth. Their show's are always fuelled with fire and will be a head spinning set.

    Watch Miss June Video for Best Girl


    My Chemical Romance Ticket Info

    Concert Location

    Western Springs Outer Field

    Quick Fire Answers

    • Auckland, Weds 25th March, 4.30pm
    • Auckland Concert held at Western Springs Outer Fields
    • Limited street parking around the venues, plus street closure, advised that public transport would be a better option
    • The concert is all ages but, bring your ID as alcohol is available on site
    • Join the Official Facebook Event 


    You can buy official My Chemical Romance merchandise through our online store.


    Still got questions? Best bands? Worst bands? Let us know in the comments section below. 


    Watch My Chemical Romance's Video for Teeangers

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