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My Chemical Romance 2020 UK tour: Milton Keynes dates, ticket information and venues

Tickets for both of My Chemical Romance's Milton Keynes gigs have now sold out - much to the disappointment of legions of fans everywhere. The US-based band began teasing the return of a tour at the beginning of the year, first posting a cryptic photo

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Tickets for both of My Chemical Romance's Milton Keynes gigs have now sold out - much to the disappointment of legions of fans everywhere.

The US-based band began teasing the return of a tour at the beginning of the year, first posting a cryptic photo on Twitter before following that up with an even more mysterious video which some fans guessed contained letters from the Theban alphabet.

Earlier this month, the band confirmed they would return to the UK to play just one date at the Stadium MK, Milton Keynes, on June 20.

Tickets went on sale on the morning of January 24 but sold out within 30 minutes. Shortly afterwards the band announced a second Milton Keynes date, but these too sold out shortly after going on sale.​

Here's what you need to know about My Chemical Romance's 2020 tour...

My Chemical Romance 2020 tour dates

The band will launch their worldwide tour in Melbourne, Australia on March 20 and will play a number of dates across Australia, New Zealand and Japan.

They are then heading to Milton Keynes on June 20 to play their only two UK dates, marking the band's first appearance on these shores since they played Reading and Leeds Festivals in 2011.

Tickets to the gig on June 20 sold out within 30 minutes of going on sale, but shortly afterwards the band added another Milton Keynes date to the tour.

The full list of dates can be found below:

March 20 - Download Festival, Melbourne, Australia

March 21 - Download Festival, Sydney, Australia

March 25 - Western Springs Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand

March 29 - INTEX centre, Osaka, Japan

March 29 - Download Festival, Tokyo, Japan

June 20 - Stadium MK, Milton Keynes​ SOLD OUT

June 21 - Stadium MK, Milton Keynes​ SOLD OUT

How to get tickets for My Chemical Romance's 2020 tour

Tickets for the Milton Keynes gigs have now sold out.

Tickets cost £85, £75, £65, £45, plus fees.

If you're unsuccessful in getting tickets for the UK date and you're a superfan, tickets for the band's dates in Australia, New Zealand and Japan are also on sale and can be bought on the official website.

Who will be supporting the band?

While information on the band's support act for the UK-based leg of the tour is scant at the moment, what we do know is that they will be joined by Jimmy Eat World for their New Zealand and Osaka gigs.

At Download Australia, MCR are joined on the bill by the likes of Deftones, Clutch and again Jimmy Eat World, while Download Japan will see the band play on a line-up that includes The Offspring, Evanescence and, once more, Jimmy Eat World.

Fans are hoping the gig at Stadium MK will see the likes of Senses Fail, Yungblud, From First To Last, A Day To Remember, Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco and Blink-182 play on the bill.

What's MCR's tour setlist?

Again, while we don't have information on their setlist, the last gig they played in Los Angeles in December saw them open with I'm Not Okay (I Promise), Thank You for the Venom and Give 'Em Hell Kid.

The set also included hits such as Helena, The Kids From Yesterday and Famous Last Words before ending on Welcome to the Black Parade.

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