Sean Smith & Deadbolt DJ’s announced for My Chemical Romance after party at Asylum

On Friday 27th May, New Jersey rock band My Chemical Romance will be performing at Victoria Park with alongside Frank Turner, Starcrawler and local heroes, Crawlers. Limited VIP tickets remain here.

The tour which is presented by SJM concerts and Paradigm will see the band play to over 160,000 fans across 8 shows, their first on our shores since headlining Reading & Leeds festival in 2011.

Straight after the show, Asylum Club Night will be taking you into the early hours with the very best in Rock, Metal, Pop Punk, Emo & Alt anthems, with tickets priced at just £4!

Special guests on the night include ex-vocalist for The Blackout, Sean Smith who will be coming to the Barbauld Street venue straight after DJ’ing at in the MCR VIP area and Liam & Bekki from Deadbolt Club.

Slam Dunk & Download Festival DJ, Sean Smith will be in Warrington for Asylum this month!

On the night there will also be giveaways and a balloon drop (lets hope goes better than the last one, WAM- Editor), plus much more.

Head down to Friars Court before the show where there will be live music and some great alt anthems to get you into the spirit of things!

Doors open at 10pm, and entry can be guaranteed by getting your ticket now via SeeTickets, priced at just £4 here (18+).

Never heard of My Chemical Romance?! You clearly never had your Emo phrase so without delay!

Formed in New Jersey, the band independently released their debut album ‘I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love’ in 2002.  What followed, no one could have predicted.  2004’s major label debut ‘Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge’ changed the face of the alternative rock scene with their cult like following, electrifying live shows and a message to the outsiders that has never been lost.

2006 saw the release of concept album ‘The Black Parade’ which launched the band into the stratosphere of global domination and mainstream success.  2010 saw the release of their last full length album ‘Danger Days- The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys’ to critical acclaim and global touring.  Then in March 2013, the band decided to call it a day and My Chemical Romance was no more.

Fast forward to 2017, the band regrouped out of the public eye and December 2019 saw their return with an incredible live show in Los Angeles.

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