After releasing their seventh studio album, MANIA, in January, Fall Out Boy head out on an epic summer tour which includes the band’s first stadium headliner in their hometown of Chicago. But before they make their way back to their roots, the band stopped in the Tri-State area – an area of the country that has been turning up for Fall Out Boy long before the radio was. On Tuesday night the band played Newark’s Prudential Center and despite the arena size, still managed to bring an intimate feel to the near-sold out crowd. With a catwalk that ran down the entire arena floor, fans in every seat were able to see the band up close and personal. And while MANIA was the focus of the evening, FOB made sure to highlight both the songs that made them superstars and some lesser-known fan-favorite tracks throughout the night. Check out some photos from the show!