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06 December 2021

My Chemical Romance Add Extra Dates To UK And Ireland Tour

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My Chemical Romance have added extra dates to their eagerly-anticipated forthcoming UK and Ireland tour in 2022. The band, who already have a three-night sold out stint at Milton Keynes’ Stadium MK lined up, and earlier today announced a new show at Victoria Park in Warrington, have announced four more dates.

They include an Eden Sessions performance on 16 May, a new date at Dublin’s Royal Hospital Kilmainham on 25 May, along with shows at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff on 28 May, and Glasgow OVO Hydro on 30 May.

Tickets go on general sale from this Friday (December 10) at 10am here.

My Chemical Romance UK and Ireland tour 2022:

16 – Eden Sessions, St Austell
19 – Stadium MK, Milton Keynes (sold out)
21 – Stadium MK, Milton Keynes (sold out)
22 – Stadium MK, Milton Keynes (sold out)
24 – Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin
25 – Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin
27 – Victoria Park, Warrington
28 – Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
30 – OVO Hydro, Glasgow

Lead singer Gerard Way recently appeared on the My Turning Point podcast, where he talked about the band’s shortlived comeback – they played one show in 2019 before the pandemic hit, and the way that his attitude to live gigs has changed over the years: “After the band broke up and I had a lot of time to think and change and grow and all that stuff, I started to have a real issue with control. So I started to kind of examine my own part in that, and think about playing big shows and kind of working a crowd and hyping a crowd up. And we did always try to keep our shows really authentic, almost like you didn’t know what was gonna happen up there night to night, even if we played the same songs. So when it came time to do My Chem again, I had said to myself, ‘OK, I’m not gonna control the audience. I’m not gonna direct them. I’m not really gonna work them. I’m just gonna let them do what they wanna do.’ And so it made that show even more rewarding.”

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