Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz has revealed that he bought an ice cream truck and served free ice cream to fans.
Wentz admitted that he personally parked the ice cream truck outside a Whisky A Go Go concert in Los Angeles, where Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer were set to play a secret show to launch the Hella Mega Tour. He also spent some time serving fans ice cream from his truck.
Fall Out Boy recently debuted an ice cream-themed video for their latest track, "Dear Future Self (Hands Up)," with Wyclef Jean.
Speaking on Beats 1, Wentz said, "I bought an ice cream truck yesterday, though. So, I'm going to... we're going to drive that around and put out some Fall Out Boy ice cream. I have a guy like this, that procures the ice cream truck for me. And - Yes, that's true."
He continued, "Because sometimes I feel like we'll be talking - like me and Patrick will be talking. And it's like, well fuck it - like we could even like do like an ice cream or something. You know? It doesn't have to be an album. And then the next thing you know, you're trying to buy the ice cream truck."
Meanwhile, iconic rock bands Green Day, Weezer and Fall Out Boy are set to embark on a huge Hella Mega global stadium tour, which will kick off in 2020. All three acts also announced news albums and dropped new tracks.
The Hella Mega Tour presented by Harley-Davidson will kick off on June 13 at La Defense Arena in Paris and run through Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Scotland, England and Ireland throughout the month.
The three bands, supported by The Interrupters, will tour North America beginning on July 17 at T-Mobile Park in Seattle and wrapping up on August 29 in Philadelphia.
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