All Time Low
All Time Low head out on their first solo arena UK and Ireland tour in February 2016, which supports Future Hearts.
All Time Low UK tour
Updated: 3 September 2015
All Time Low have confirmed their first solo arena tour of the UK and Ireland. The pop-punk favourites will be in the country during February 2016 for six massive concerts.
Kicking off on 10 February at Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, All Time Low will play London’s The O2 (11), Manchester Arena (12), Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena (13), Glasgow’s The SSE Hydro (15) and Dublin’s 3Arena (15).
Earlier in 2015, All Time Low joined You Me At Six for a tour of the UK, which ended with All Time Low’s biggest UK concert at London’s Wembley Arena in March 2015. They continued the year with Main Stage performances at Reading and Leeds Festival.
The group dropped Future Hearts, their follow-up to 2012’s Don’t Panic, in April 2015. And you can expect to hear songs, such as the superb Something’s Gotta Give, from their latest release on their 2016 tour.
All Time Low’s arena tour will be one immense party with Alex Gaskarth, Jack Barakat, Rian Dawson and Zack Merrick tearing through their most-loved songs. All Time Low tickets often sell-out to see the pop-punk powerhouse, check below to secure yours today.
About All Time Low
Formed in 2003, All Time Low is Alex Gaskarth (vocals, guitar and keyboard) Jack Barakat (lead guitar and backing vocals), Rian Dawson (drums) and Zack Merrick (bass guitar and backing vocals).
The four-piece’s first release, The Party Scene, came in 2005 while the band was still in high school. They toured extensively in 2006, which landed them a spot on the 2007 Vans Warped tour. It was during this year that they released their second album, So Wrong, It’s Right, and made their UK debut supporting Plain White T’s on tour.
The boys released Nothing Personal in 2009, which, at the time, became their highest-charting album in the US. Later, they toured with Fall Out Boy along with headlining tours in Australia and Japan. In 2010, All Time Low returned to their UK fans and headlined the Kerrang! Relentless Tour 2010.
The next year their fourth studio album, Dirty Work, was released. This was followed by Don’t Panic in 2012. Again, the boys returned to the UK in support of the album. The UK tour included several sell-out shows and followed their performances at Reading and Leeds Festival.
In 2013, their Don’t Panic album was reissued as Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now. The record included four new songs and four acoustic tracks. All Time Low announced in August 2014 they would return to the UK in 2015 to play their biggest UK date. The show, which took place at Wembley Arena, was recorded for DVD and was titled One Night In London with All Time Low.