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After Patrick Stump and Pete Wentz’s side-projects didn’t quite take off in the way they probably hoped for, the kings of the 00s emo-pop scene have decided to reclaim their throne with the release of Fall Out Boy tickets for their first tour in four years.

The chart-topping quartet have already played several intimate warm-up shows at the likes of New York’s Webster Hall Studio, Los Angeles’ The Roxy and Chicago’s Subterranean as a thank you to fans who have patiently waited for their return ever since the end of 2009’s Believers Never Die tour.

But they will officially re-enter the live arena when they visit Milwaukee’s The Rave on May 14th (get-in price $111, average price $161) in support of their fifth studio album, the ambitiously-titled Save Rock & Roll. The band will then take in a further 31 dates across North America, including Canadian shows at Toronto’s Sound Academy on May 24th ($102/$130), Montreal’s Metropolis on May 25th ($79/$124) and Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom on June 20th ($58/$159), before concluding the tour at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on June 30 ($94/$135).

With an average get-in price of $112 and an overall tour average price of $174, there are still Fall Out Boy tickets available on TiqIQ for each show, although there are only a handful remaining for the gigs at Detroit’s The Fillmore on May 22nd ($157/$177), Tempe’s Marque Theatre on June 11th ($165/$165) and Oakland’s Fox Theater on Jun 16 ($107/$107).

The lowest get-in price for Fall Out Boy tickets on TiqIQ is currently for the June 25th concert at Kansas City’s Uptown Theater at $60, with the lowest average price for the June 26th gig at Saint Paul’s Myth at $105. While the May 26th date at Boston’s House Of Blues has both the highest get-in price at $459 and highest average price at a whopping $2297.

The Chicago-based outfit, who are also scheduled to appear at the Reading/Leeds Festival, Japan’s Summer Sonic and New Jersey’s Skate and Surf later this year, will no doubt use the opportunity to showcase material from the long-awaited follow-up to 2009’s Folie a Deux including lead single, ”My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up).”

But the setlists from their recent secret shows have also included their cover of Michael Jackson’s ”Beat It,” Billboard Top 10 hits ”Dance, Dance,” ”Sugar, We’re Going Down” and ”This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race” and Rock Band favourite ”Dead On Arrival” alongside a medley featuring tracks from 2003’s Evening Out With Your Girlfriend mini-LP (”Calm Before The Storm,” ”Honourable Mention”) and several numbers from their full-length debut, Take This To Your Grave (”Tell That Mick He Just Made My List Of Things To Do Today,”  ”Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy”).

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