All Time Low Books 33 Fall Tour Dates
Baltimore pop-punk quartet All Time Low have announced an extensive fall tour that will keep them on the road for much of the rest of this year.
Dubbed “The Rock Show at the End of the World,” the 33-date tour kicks off on October 12 at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, N.J., and is scheduled to continue through November 23, when the band will play a hometown show at Rams Head Live in Baltimore. In between those dates, the group will visit cities including Detroit, Milwaukee, Boise, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, New York and Boston.
Most of the dates on the tour, which is presented by Rockstar Energy Drink, will feature support by The Summer Set, The Downtown Fiction and Hit the Lights. The first three shows on the trek (Sayreville, N.J.; Rochester, N.Y. and Cincinnati) will include The Early November in support instead of The Summer Set.
In May of this year, All Time Low announced that they had left Interscope Records, which they signed to in 2009. The major label released the band’s fourth album, Dirty Work, in April of last year, and it debuted at number six on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The band announced that it will return to its former home, indie label Hopeless Records.
Though the band has said they have been working on a new album that they hope to release sometime this year, no official title or release date has yet been announced.
All Time Low formed in 2003 and released their first album, The Party Scene, in 2005. The band received more widespread attention with 2007’s So Wrong, It’s Right, which helped them land a spot on the Van’s Warped Tour that year. However, they are perhaps best known for the single “Weightless,” which is taken from the 2009 record Nothing Personal.