My Chemical Romance may still be participating in Sound Strike, but punk band Blink-182 hasn't scratched Arizona from its tour itinerary. Per the band's website, Blink-182 will be performing at the Tempe Beach Park Amphitheatre on September 30.
Blink-182 is still recording their first new album since 2003's Blink-182, but drummer Travis Barker told Rolling Stone that for the first time in nine years, they'll play some new music on this tour.
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Though MCR won't be in tow for the Phoenix show (Blink-182's website simply states "My Chemical Romance will not be appearing at this event"), indie rock sensations Matt & Kim will perform before Blink-182 takes the stage.