The Hella Mega Tour at Petco Park


When the Hella Mega Tour was announced in 2019 I could have never expected it to have as big of an impact as it did. 

Almost two years later, the kings of teenage angst Green DayFall Out Boy, and Weezer all took the stage and for almost 5 hours did not let it go.


An exhilarated sold-out crowd of the mainly late 30s and early 40s dads, who are tasked with showing their kids “the music they grew up with,” clung along to every show-stopping moment. The crowd was engaged from start to finish, enjoying the pyrotechnic show coming out of Fall Out Boy’s bassist Pete Wentz’s bass to lighting up the sky with phones for “Boulevard of Broken Dreams.” 


While the new music from all three legendary bands is not up to par in terms of quality as their ubiquitous material, the catharsis of hearing those old classics along with the return of packed arenas and crowd involvement made for a very special Sunday afternoon.


It’s impossible to witness a grand show without mentioning COVID-19, but this concert truly felt like that even among all the craziness that is surrounding the world, music and a cohesive experience is all one needs to keep chugging along!







Hash Pipe

All the Good Ones

Beverly Hills

The End of the Game

My Name Is Jonas

Pork and Beans

Feels Like Summer

All My Favorite Songs

Undone – The Sweater Song

Surf Wax America

El Scorcho

Island in the Sun


California Snow

Say It Ain’t So

Buddy Holly


Fall Out Boy:


The Phoenix

Sugar, We’re Goin Down


Uma Thurman

Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy

Save Rock and Roll

The Last of the Real Ones

Dance, Dance

A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More “Touch Me”

This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race

My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)

I Don’t Care

Thnks fr th Mmrs




Green Day:


American Idiot


Know Your Enemy


Boulevard of Broken Dreams


Welcome to Paradise

Hitchin’ a Ride

Rock and Roll All Nite

(KISS cover)

Brain Stew

St. Jimmy

When I Come Around

21 Guns



(Operation Ivy cover)

Basket Case


Wake Me Up When September Ends

Still Breathing

Jesus of Suburbia

Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)


Review By: Eduardo Rozen

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