Despite what their band name might say, the pop-punk band has done nothing but rise from obscurity since their first studio album in 2005 and they are crashing Louisville’s Expo Five later this month.
All Time Low has just finished up touring overseas in Japan, Australia, and Southeast Asia. Now, as part of the first leg of their “Rise and Fall of My Pants” tour, the Baltimore band will be at Louisville’s Expo Five Dome on October 28th. Joining All Time Low in Louisville will be The Ready Set, Here is We and Paradise Fears, creating a bill that is sure to make for a rowdy night.
Arrive early enough and you can catch a glimpse of an up-and-coming group of stars, alternative rock band Sounds Taken. Much like All Time Low in their early years, Sounds Taken is turning heads fresh out of high school. The band originated in Leitchfield, KY and is inspired by the likes of Motion City Soundtrack, Nirvana and Weezer. You can get more info on the opening act on their Facebook and MySpace pages.
Best known for their songs “Dear Maria, Count Me In,” “Weightless,” and “I Feel Like Dancin,” All Time Low has collaborated and toured with the likes of Simple Plan, Boys Like Girls, Third Eye Blind, Yellowcard, LMFAO, Hey Monday, Mayday Parade and many others.
Expo Five, where the Louisville show will be on the 28th, is one of the city’s most unique entertainment venues. The 12,000 square foot concert hall that resembles an old airport hangar is known as The Expo Dome and is known less for its comfort and appealing appearance and more for its ability to throw an unforgettable concert event. The music will be loud, the bar will stocked and the floor will be packed. Sprinkle in some All Time Low goodness and this show is set to be a blast.
Tickets can be purchased for the show at EarX-tacy and ticketweb.com - $20 in advance and $22 on the day of the show. Stay tuned for more info from Louisville.com as well as live tweets and photos from the event.
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