Fall Out Boy, Jimmy Eat World coming to Orlando this week

Fall Out Boy and Jimmy Eat World are heading to Orlando this week as part of the “So Much For (2our) Dust Tour.”

The bands will bring the tour to the Kia Center (400 W Church Street) on Friday, March 15, at 6:30 p.m.

Fall Out Boy’s electrifying live performances and unique blend of pop-punk and emo influences have gained the band widespread recognition. The group’s major label debut, From Under the Cork Tree, featured the hit singles “Sugar, We’re Goin Down” and “Dance, Dance.”

Formed in 1993, Jimmy Eat World is associated with multiple genres such as emo, alternative rock, indie rock, and pop-punk. Their 2001 album Jimmy Eat World (Bleed American) went platinum, selling over 1.6 million copies, and it included the hit singles “The Middle” and “Sweetness.”

In addition to Fall Out Boy and Jimmy Eat World, the tour will also feature performances from The Maine and Games We Play.

For more information on the tour, or to purchase tickets for the show, visit the Fall Out Boy webpage through the Kia Center website.

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