The Chainsmokers (ZzzZZzZzzzZz) are heading out on the road this fall. The duo will be joined, surprisingly, by 5 Seconds Of Summer as opening act. Something that I feel is such a weird move by the 5SOS’s management.
Let’s be honest, the popularity and fame of 5 Seconds Of Summer is almost up to par, if not above, what The Chainsmokers are experiencing at the moment. Perhaps, a few years ago, it would have been a different story. But today, it just seems odd. I would go as far as saying that The Chainsmokers are also one of the most hated acts in music right now. And, fans seem to agree. A lot of tweets were sent wondering why 5 Seconds Of Summer would reduce to being an opening act for … The
This tour needs to be changed to “5 seconds of summer with their opening act the chainsmokers” 😂
— OLIVIA SEES SHAWN IN 130 & MEETS HIM IN 157 Days!! (@MaraisxMendess) February 12, 2019
I wanna see them so fucking bad again but I literally cant stand the chainsmokers and unless their portion of the profits they make is going to charity I don’t want to spend aNy money on their asses
— alexis / 5 Seconds of Summer (@SOPRlMITIVE) February 12, 2019
No tea no shade but um,,, the chainsmokers should be the ones opening for 5 seconds of summer pic.twitter.com/Hog47Dq7Yk
— alisha 🥰 (@alishareneaaa) February 12, 2019
Regardless, the tour is happening. I just feel like it should have been billed as a co-headlining tour instead of 5 Seconds of Summer opening for The Chainsmokers.
In addition to the tour, they dropped a collaboration called ‘Who Do You Love’ last week.
Lennon Stella is also opening on the tour.
Tickets will go on sale Feb. 15 at 10am local time.
See the dates below.
09/25 – U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio
09/27 – TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
09/28 – Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Connecticut
09/29 – Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, Pennsylvania
10/03 – Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, Michigan
10/04 – United Center, Chicago, Illinois
10/05 – Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
10/08 – Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Canada
10/09 – Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada
10/11 – PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
10/12 – KeyBank Center, Buffalo, New York
10/13 – Schottenstein Center, Columbus, Ohio
10/15 – Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C.
10/17 – Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
10/20 – Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tennessee
10/22 – State Farm Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
10/24 – American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
10/25 – Amalie Arena, Tampa, Florida
10/26 – Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
10/29 – Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, Louisiana
10/31 – American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
11/01 – Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
11/02 – Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
11/06 – KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, Kentucky
11/07 – Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana
11/08 – Enterprise Center, St. Louis, Missouri
11/09 – Alliant Energy Center, Madison, Wisconsin
11/12 – Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
11/14 – Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
11/15 – Sprint Center, Kansas City, Missouri
11/16 – INTRUST Bank Arena, Wichita, Kansas
11/19 – Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado
11/21 – Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah
11/23 – Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, Arizona
11/24 – Viejas Arena, San Diego, California
11/26 – The Forum, Los Angeles, California
11/29 – TBA, San Francisco, California
12/01 – Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, California
12/03 – Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, Washington
12/05 – Moda Center, Portland, Oregon
12/06 – Rogers Arena, Vancouver, Canada