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What to know: Fall Out Boy tonight at PPG Paints Arena

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Getting ready for the Fall Out Boy show tonight? Well you’re in the right place.

The four-piece pop rock outfit are back in Pittsburgh on the M A N I A Tour, promoting their seventh studio album. If you’re going to the show or thinking about going to the show, here’s some things that will get you set for it.

When are ‘insert band here’ going on

PPG Paints Arena was kind enought to tweet out set times so you know when Every Time I Die, Machine Gun Kelly and FOB hit the stage. Doors for the concert are set to open at 6 p.m.

What are tickets going for

Ticket prices are at about face value on both Ticketmaster and StubHub . It has fluctuated a bit, but you can get into the show for about $30 plus fees. Ticketmaster, the ticketing site the arena uses, still has plenty of tickets available and it does not appear to be close to selling out.

What will you hear

Spoiler alert: there will be some potenial spoilers on FOB’s set coming up. You’ve been warned.

FOB has been playing a consistenet set of around 20 songs with an encore. About half the songs comes from the band’s last three albums, with ‘M A N I A’ and ‘American Beauty/AmericaPsycho’ getting the most shine. If you want to see there most recent setlist, form last night in Newark, N.J., check it out here .

Before you head out to the ole rock show, here’s some FOB videos to get your mind and spirit right for the show. Chances are, you might hear them later, too.

Zach Brendza is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Zach at [email protected] or via Twitter @imxzb.

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