Blink-182 at London’s O2 Arena: timings, potential setlist and everything you need to know

London, get ready to bounce and scream and have a shit-tonne of fun. Legendary pop-punks Blink-182 are in town this week. And better yet, this is no less than the OG Blink, with their original line-up of Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker. Yeah, we’re excited too. 

As part of a global tour that began in the US back in May, Blink-182 are playing two dates at the O2 Arena in Greenwich this week. Expect to hear classics like ‘All the Small Things’ and ‘What’s My Age Again?’, as well as sneak peeks at the band’s upcoming album ‘One More Time’, which officially arrives on October 20. 

From doors and stage times to the setlist, here’s every you need to show about Blink’s shows in the capital this week.

When is Blink-182 at London’s O2 Arena?

The trio are playing the O2 on October 12 and October 13 2023.  

When will Blink-182 come on stage?

This hasn’t been confirmed. However, from previous tour dates we’d expect the band to start playing at around 8:45pm.

What time do doors open?

Doors open at 6:30pm. 

Who is supporting Blink-182 at London’s O2 Arena?

Support comes from American pop-punks The Story So Far.

Any news on the setlist?

Don’t expect the band to play exactly the same set of songs on every leg of the tour. However, this was the setlist for a gig in Paris earlier this week.

  1. Anthem Part Two
  2. The Rock Show
  3. Family Reunion
  4. Man Overboard
  5. Feeling This
  6. Violence
  7. Up All Night
  8. Dumpweed
  9. Aliens Exist
  10. Dysentery Gary
  12. EDGING
  14. Happy Holidays, You Bastard
  15. Stay Together for the Kids
  16. Always
  17. Down
  18. Bored to Death
  19. I Miss You
  20. Adam’s Song
  21. Ghost on the Dance Floor
  22. What’s My Age Again?
  23. First Date
  24. All the Small Things
  25. Dammit

Can you still get tickets to Blink-182’s ‘All the Small Things’ tour in London?

You can indeed. You can check availability at the two gigs on AXS here – last time we checked, resale tickets were available starting from about £61.  

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