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My Chemical Romance have rescheduled their trio of dates at Milton Keynes’ Stadium MK. Originally scheduled to take place this summer, the band will now make their return to the UK in June 2021.
The dates will see Gerard Way, Ray Toro, Mikey Way and Frank Iero return to the UK stage, having played their first comeback show in Los Angeles last year.
Original tickets remain valid by day of the week. Fans who purchased tickets through Ticketmaster will be contacted by our Customer Services team with more information.
17 June 2021 – Stadium MK, Milton Keynes (rescheduled from 18 June 2020)
19 June 2021 – Stadium MK, Milton Keynes (rescheduled from 20 June 2020)
20 June 2021 – Stadium MK, Milton Keynes (rescheduled from 21 June 2020)
New Jersey formed rockers My Chemical Romance first burst onto the scene with their debut album I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love in 2002, growing a strong grassroots fanbase by simultaneously playing local shows and promoting their music on Myspace.
However, it would be the band’s sophomore album Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge that took their career to stratospheric new heights. Featuring the crossover singles I’m Not Okay (I Promise) and Helena, the LP, alongside tours with bands such as Fall Out Boy and Green Day, helped transform the group from emo underdogs to fully-fledged arena rockers.
MCR followed the record with their highly ambitious 2006 rock opera, The Black Parade. Their most commercially successful album to date, the album debuted at No.2 on both sides of the Atlantic and spawned the hit singles Teenagers, Famous Last Words and Welcome To The Black Parade, with the latter topping the Official UK Singles Chart.
The subsequent Welcome To The Black Parade tour saw the band headline stadiums across the globe, including London’s Wembley Stadium.
My Chemical Romance followed up The Black Parade in 2010 with the album Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, and after a few more years of touring announced their split in 2013.
Unknown to the public at the time, the band quietly reunited in 2017 and last Halloween sent fans into a frenzy by updating their social media channels, fuelling speculation that a reunion announcement was imminent.
The band confirmed their return the following day by announcing a show at The Shrine, Los Angeles, taking place on Friday 20 December of last year. Tickets went on sale later that day and sold out instantly.
Original tickets to see My Chemical Romance live in Milton Keynes remain valid, with any additional tickets available through Ticketmaster.co.uk. Fans who purchased tickets through Ticketmaster will be contacted by our Customer Services team with more information.