Even if you can't say anything nice about Fall Out Boy, you have to admit that the band's staying power is impressive. At this point in its career, the Wilmette quartet has managed to amass fans that fall into one of two categories: Those who grew up with the group's emo anthems and those who are just discovering its amped-up, EDM-influenced power-pop. Fall Out Boy's latest record, American Beauty/American Psycho, debuted at number one on the Billboard charts, which is probably why you're still hearing songs like "Light Em Up" during every sports broadcast. Pete Wentz and the gang return to Chicago for a homecoming gig at the United Center. Hordes of screaming teens (and plenty of former teenagers) will be there to greet them. Awolnation and Pvris open the show.