My Chemical Romance
My Chemical Romance
- Sep 25Saturday 8:30 PM Buy Tickets
My Chemical Romance at BB&T Center, originally scheduled for Sept. 26, 2020, has been rescheduled for Sept. 25, 2021. Current ticket holders should retain their tickets as they will be honored for the new date.
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Tickets go on sale this Friday, January 31 at 12pm on Ticketmaster.com.
Tickets will be available at the BB&T Center Box Office beginning Monday, Feb. 3 at 10am.
Ticket Delivery Information: Ticket Transfer is temporarily unavailable. My Chemical Romance wants fans to have the best access to tickets. To ensure that all orders adhere to the published ticket limits, Ticketmaster will perform a final review after the general sale. During this time, ticket transfers will be unavailable.
Please note, delivery may be delayed up until 72 hours from the show date.
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About My Chemical Romance
Formed in Newark, NJ, My Chemical Romance made its debut in 2002 with the independently released album I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love. The band signed to Reprise Records the following year and made its major label debut with 2004’s Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge, now 3x certified Platinum. The album contained the Platinum hit "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)," the Gold-certified "Helena," and "The Ghost of You."
Rolling Stone hailed their third studio album, The Black Parade (3x Platinum) as one of the top albums of 2006. Lead single “Welcome to the Black Parade” topped both Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart and the UK’s Official Singles chart and is now 3x Platinum.
The band toured extensively behind the album – appearing as characters from The Black Parade – and released the live album The Black Parade is Dead! in 2008. Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys was released in 2010 and topped Billboard’s Alternative Albums and Top Rock Albums charts. It was followed by a series of singles which as a whole made up the Conventional Weapons release in 2013.
My Chemical Romance’s songs continue to rack up half a billion global streams each year.
In the Media
“It’s with this landmark concert that MCR ceases to be a nostalgic act, and proves its mettle as a timeless, rock & roll band for the ages.” – Rolling Stone
“Any doubts about how the break affected the New Jersey quartet were immediately dead and buried… It was the My Chemical Romance fans have been dreaming about since their breakup, with a fresh, give no f—s attitude.“ – Entertainment Weekly
“It was physically impossible to stand in that room and not understand to the core of your being why this band means so much to so many people.” – NME