I guess this is growing up: Blink 182 -- those beloved 40-year-olds who sing to 30-year-olds about being high-schoolers -- just announced a casino gig.
The pop-punk heavyweights are slated to play outdoors at the Mystic Lake Amphitheater on August 9. Tickets to the Prior Lake show go on sale 10 a.m. Friday for $49 via the venue box office.
Blink 182 are touring in support of last year's California, their first album without co-founder/UFO conspiracy theorist Tom DeLonge. Alkaline Trio singer/guitarist Matt Skiba was named as his permanent replacement, making the best of a messy situation and satisfying even the most loyal Blink-heads. The band's new LP, their seventh overall, received mixed reviews.
The convincingly rocking Blink 182 machine didn't miss DeLonge last September at St. Paul's Xcel Energy Center; read our review here.
Semi-related: Read our legally binding rankings of '90s & early '00s pop-punk/emo bands here.
And, finally, here's a set of heyday Blink 182 jams -- the banter ages poorly!