Power-pop-punk heavyweights, All Time Low, have been doing their thing since debuting The Party Scene back in 2005. It was their precious 2007 sophomore album, So Wrong, It’s Right, that hooked their soon-to-be long time fans. So back in August, the Baltimore, Maryland, Fueled By Ramen group announced not one, not two, but three straight gigs honoring So Wrong, It's Right. As promised, the first anniversary concert kicked off last night at New Jersey’s Starland Ballroom.

All Time Low - "Dear Maria, Count Me In" (ft. Derek Discanio)

Their performance saw the east coast dudes start off by playing the 12-track album from beginning to end. Earlier this year, All Time Low had uncertainties on whether they'd be giving the record a play in its entirety, but they noticed fans were seeking an anniversary performance. “If we can fit it in, we will try,” said singer Alex Gaskarth. “And if not, we’re definitely going to be paying a lot of attention to that record on the upcoming tours because we love it too, and it deserves its time again.” Dreams came true last night for fans and the band themselves. One of the biggest surprises of the evening came when the audience witnessed All Time Low invite State Champs frontman Derek DiScanio to sing along on “Dear Maria, Count Me In.” For fans in New Jersey, they were rewarded handsomely with the special guest performance and the group's ten-year-old track, “Come One, Come All,” finally receiving its live debut.

All Time Low's setlist by Setlist.fm.

The band have released seven albums with the latest being 2017’s Last Young Renegade. After performing, So Wrong, It’s Right, the quartet played seven more tracks including their single, “Good Times,” off the newest record. They even rewarded the crowd with another epic performance of their number one most played jam, “Dear Maria, Count Me In.” All Time Low may be looking ahead with tours supporting Last Young Renegade, but it’s cool how they come through for their fans with a performance of the album that serves as the catalyst for their entire career.

All Time Low will play tonight and tomorrow at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey. Their next shows aren't scheduled until next March in the UK. To stay updated with the latest news and tour dates from All Time Low, visit their website.

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Last updated: 20 Jan 2018, 23:05 Etc/UTC

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