10 Songs We Hope Blink-182 Play Live This August

Mark and Tom performing live.

With the upcoming blink-182 shows across Europe and of course here in the UK this August we’ve picked out a couple of songs that we can’t wait to hear live again.

Whether you are a hard core blink-182 fan or just love them a little bit, there are certain songs everyone wants to hear at the warm up shows at Brixton Academy and the big finale at Reading and Leeds.

We can guarantee the crowd will go nuts for pretty much any track played from the album Enema of the State and there's also bound to be a lot of love and singing along for songs like I Miss You and Down from the band's self titled album.

Blink-182 last played Reading and Leeds in 2010 when they headlined the main stage and people are still talking about Travis's incredible 360 degree rotating drum kit. What will he do this time?

Whatever blink-182 do this year, you know it's going to be good! So take a look at our list and let us know which songs you are hoping to hear:


Hit single from the band’s debut album Cheshire Cat. Back in the day it was the first track to receive radio airplay.

Dammit (Growing Up)

Well known single from the band’s second album Dude Ranch. Known for it's signature guitar riff which everyone tries to learn and play.

What's My Age Again

A big fan favourite, the lead single from the group's third album Enema of the State. It was the first  track to feature Travis Barker.

All the Small Things

Possibly one of the biggest blink-182 songs ever? Became the second single released from Enema of the State.

The Rock Show

The first and most successful single from the album Take Off Your Pants and Jacket.

Stay Together for the Kids

Song that brought the band back together? reunited to continue rocking our asses.

I Miss You

Another of the band's biggest hits, get your Tom DeLonge accent ready for singing this.

Feeling This

From the band's self titled album, are you feeling this?

Up All Night

The band's first single following a four-year hiatus, Could also mark four years since their last Reading and Leeds show.

After Midnight

From thee sixth studio album Neighborhoods, let's hope they play past Midnight!

Hopefully we will hear all the above songs at the upcoming shows. It’s going to be a hell of a summer for the band and we can’t wait!