Get lost in stereo – All Time Low are coming back to the UK

Our favorite pop-punkers will be back in the UK next March! 

Baltimore-natives All Time Low have announced their first UK headline tour since the release of their seventh studio album Last Young Renegade. The band will be supported by special guests and mates Pierce The Veil.

Speaking of the tour, frontman Alex Gaskarth says, “we are so excited to be coming back to the U.K. now that we’re officially well into the Last Young Renegade era!! The new album was written for these rooms, and the added bonus of bringing our good friends in Pierce The Veil across the pond is going to make for an unforgettable tour. See you all there, don’t snooze on this one!!”

In March this year Alex, Jack, Zack and Rian toured the UK in support of their then upcoming album which was released in June. The boys also played two acoustic album release shows at Kingston’s Rose Theatre in May. One thing is for sure: All Time Low shows are full of good music, fun and some of the most dedicated fans in the world, so you won’t want to miss this tour.

Here the tour dates:
12 March – SECC, Glasgow
14 March – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
15 March – Genting Arena, Birmingham
16 March – Manchester Arena
17 March – Alexandra Palace, London

Get your tickets this Friday and while we wait, let’s not forget about the good times, especially their acoustic show in Kingston earlier this year. Check out the full review here: All Time Low played an intimate acoustic show in Kingston and it was all kinds of special.

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