Blink-182 set for Labor Day weekend concert on the Bangor Waterfront

Photo of Blink-182 courtesy Blink-182 Facebook.

Photo of Blink-182 courtesy Blink-182 Facebook.

Pop-punk icons Blink-182 will make a stop at the Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion as part of the Machias Savings Bank concert series, on Saturday, Sept. 3 as part of its massive summer North American 2016 tour. Tickets for the show, which features guests A Day To Remember and All Time Low, are priced at $25 to $75, and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, May 6.

Blink-182, the punk pop favorites of a generation known for such hits as “Dammit (Growing Up),” “What’s My Age Again,” are back with their highly anticipated seventh studio album, “California,” their first album featuring new guitarist and singer Matt Skiba (formerly of Alkaline Trio, replacing Tom DeLonge), set for release July 1 on BMG.  The band premiered their brand new single, “Bored To Death,” this morning, April 28, where they also revealed details behind their summer tour. The tour, promoted by Live Nation, will kick off on Friday, July 22 in San Diego and will take the band to nearly 50 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada. A Day To Remember will join the tour as special guests on all dates while All American Rejects and All Time Low will join on select dates.

The newly-announced Blink-182 concert joins a Labor Day weekend at the Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion that also includes a Sunday night concert from Rascal Flatts. For more information, visit

Emily Burnham

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Emily Burnham is a Maine native, UMaine graduate, proud Bangorian and a writer and editor for Bangor Metro Magazine, the Weekly and the Bangor Daily News, where she's worked since 2004. She reports on everything from local bands to local food to all the cool things going on in the Greater Bangor area. In her quest for stories, she's seen countless concerts and plays, been lobster fishing, interviewed celebrities, hung out with water buffalo and played in a ukulele orchestra. She's interested in everything that happens in Maine. Albums for review are accepted digitally only; please no CDs.