Blink-182 Want Fans to Send in Their Blink Concert Flyers


Story by Cat Badra

Blink-182 solicit nostalgic Blink concert flyers

The boys of alternative band Blink-182 are putting together a collection of nostalgic Blink concert flyers, and they need your help. Mark Hoppus, Tom Delonge and Travis Barker took to their Facebook page this past weekend to ask fans to send in their favorite flyers from years past for the set. Note that those flyers won’t be returned, so if you’re contemplating sending over your favorite piece, make sure you’re ready to part with it.

The guys posted the following note regarding the plea:

“Dear Likers of blink-182. We are currently working on putting together a collection of old blink-182 concert flyers from over the last 20 years. If you have any that are high quality scans we would love to get a copy of them. The older the better especially if you have some that just say blink.

Please send them to or if you have any originals you can send them to:

Blink flyers
638 Camino De Los Mares
Suite H130-490
San Clemente, CA 92673

Please note that the flyers that you send in will not be returned so if it means a lot to you I would suggest not mailing it in. Thank you so much in advance for your help.”

In other band news, Blink-182 recently posted their latest music video for the song, “After Midnight,” and the Vevo clip is proving quite the alternative addiction. Concept-wise, the video is darker that many of Blink’s previous endeavors. Watch the video and read more about the concept on Blink-182’s artist page. Also find a never-before-seen clip from Blink’s long lost video for, “Josie.”




Posted by Cat Badra | Alternative, Music, Rock News

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