Mark Hoppus battles a throat infection! Blink-182 have cancelled shows

Illness leads to Blink-182 pulling the plug on three dates in Mexico this week

Blink-182 Cancels Two More Of The Band’s Mexico City Shows Reportedly Due To An Ongoing Medical Illness

Since reuniting at Coachella 2023, fans of Blink-182 have been itching to catch the band live. Supporters’ wish became a reality when the “Dance With Me” musicians announced their One More Time Tour. Unfortunately, the stops in Mexico City haven’t gone down as planned.

Yesterday (April 5), the promoter of the group’s shows in the country revealed that Blink-182’s remaining concerts in the area would not take place.

“Dear fans, sadly, Blink-182 shows on April 5 and 6 at Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City have been canceled due to illness,”

wrote the promoter Ocesa

The pop punk icons had previously cancelled the April 3 show at Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City. And on Friday they cancelled the two remaining dates at the same venue, on April 5 and 6.

In a statement, Hoppus says: “We don’t take cancelling lightly. We know people booked flights, hotels, made plans, got babysitters. We had multiple lengthy discussions all morning within the band, with promoters, managers. We tried moving the date, tried every possible solution, but this is the reality. We appreciate your understanding and support.

Ocesa also assured fans about the refund of their tickets for both online ticket-holders as well as ones from Ticketmaster centers.

The band will now resume their tour with North American leg in June.

Blink-182 US and Canada tour 2024

  • Jun 20: Orlando Amway Center, FL
  • Jun 21: Miami Kaseya Center, FL
  • Jun 24: San Antonio Frost Bank Center, TX
  • Jun 25: Fort Worth Dickies Arena, TX
  • Jun 27: Denver Ball Arena, CO
  • Jun 30: San Diego Petco Park, CA
  • Jul 02: Glendale Desert Diamond Arena, AZ
  • Jul 03: Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena, NV
  • Jul 06: Los Angeles SoFi Stadium, CA
  • Jul 08: Fresno Save Mart Center, CA
  • Jul 09: San Francisco Chase Center, CA
  • Jul 11: Salt Lake City Delta Center, UT
  • Jul 13: Portland Moda Center, OR
  • Jul 14: Quincy Gorge Amphitheatre, WA
  • Jul 21: Flushing Citi Field, NY
  • Jul 23: Boston Fenway Park, MA
  • Jul 24: Hartford The XFINITY Theatre, CT
  • Jul 26: Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center, PA
  • Jul 27: Washington DC Capital One Arena
  • Jul 29: Greenville Bon Secours Wellness Arena, SC
  • Jul 30: Raleigh PNC Arena, NC
  • Aug 01: Lexington Rupp Arena, KY
  • Aug 02: Indianapolis Gainbridge Fieldhouse, IN
  • Aug 06: Minneapolis Target Center, MN
  • Aug 07: Milwaukee Fiserv Forum, WI
  • Aug 09: Kansas City T-Mobile Center, MO
  • Aug 10: St. Louis Enterprise Center, MO
  • Aug 12: Detroit Little Caesars Arena, MI
  • Aug 13: Columbus Schottenstein Center, OH
  • Aug 15: Toronto Rogers Centre, Canada