You probably know superstar band, All Time Low, as one of the best within the pop-punk community, and you’d be correct to think so. After embarking on back-to-back tours, releasing multiple critically acclaimed albums like 2007's So Wrong, It’s Right and 2009's Nothing Personal, and appearing at Vans Warped Tour countless times, the “Dear Maria, Count Me In” musicians have cemented themselves as one of the top acts to see live in their genre.
Last week in Cambridge, UK, the beloved rockstars took to the Corn Exchange stage and “wowed” the crowd. The room screamed and cheered as the group played their greatest hits (along with some new material), bantered onstage, and danced until the lights came down (there were even confetti cannons).
The “Dirty Laundry” performers are currently touring to promote their forthcoming (June 2) seventh studio album, Last Young Renegade, and we think they are doing a superb job of getting fans excited to hear it. This tour will take members Alex Gaskarth, Jack Barakat, Rian Dawson, and Zack Merrick throughout Europe, Australia, and Japan until May, when they'll take a break before starting their North American leg on June 30 with support from our faves SWMRS, Night Riots, Waterparks, and The Wrecks.
Check out our photos from the Cambridge concert below and Track All Time Low on Bandsintown right away so you can plan your next ATL concert experience!