ABC/Paula LoboAfter teasing that they were planning something to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their album Enema of the State, Blink-182‘s Mark Hoppus has confirmed that the punk trio will perform it in full at an upcoming festival.
“Yes I think we’re going to play EOTS in its entirety at Back to the Beach to celebrate 20yrs,” Hoppus tweeted.
Hoppus previously told Australia’s Pedestrian.tv that Blink had been discussing ways to mark Enema‘s 20th anniversary. He also said, though, that those plans wouldn’t include original member Tom DeLonge, who left the band in 2015 and has been busy with his To the Stars Academy UFO research program.
“There’s been no reach out or no talk of getting the original lineup back together,” Hoppus said.
Back to the Beach takes place April 27-28 at Southern California’s Huntington State Beach.
Meanwhile, Blink-182 has been working on a new album, the follow-up to 2016’s California, which was the band’s first release with Matt Skiba in place of DeLonge.
The album is expected to arrive before Blink plays the 25th anniversary Warped Tour concert this June in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
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