May 31, 2023

ALL TIME LOW at The Aztec Theatre!

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Three great bands under one roof!

The vibrant energy of The Aztec Theatre reached its peak last night as the alternative rock band All Time Low, along with opening acts Games We Play and Mayday Parade, put on a memorable sold-out show.

Emo kids from every corner of the city flocked to the venue, craving a taste of the nostalgic and cathartic experience that only alternative music can provide.

GAMES WE PLAY

As the lights dimmed and the first chords reverberated through the air, Games We Play burst onto the stage, ready to take the crowd on a journey back to their angsty middle school days.

Their infectious blend of pop-punk and high-octane rock instantly transported everyone to a time when heartache and rebellion fueled our souls.

With anthems like “Get a Job”, “Deatbeat”, “Kristina”, and “I Hope You’re Happy”, Games We Play proved they were the perfect catalyst to awaken our dormant emotions.

Games We Play - Photo: Albert Villasana

MAYDAY PARADE

Next up, Mayday Parade took the stage, and The Aztec Theatre was engulfed in a sea of emotion.

The band’s signature heartfelt lyrics and anthemic rock melodies struck a chord deep within our souls. As the crowd passionately belted out every word of “Miserable at Best” and “Jamie All Over,” it was as if the weight of all our teenage angst was lifted, if only for a fleeting moment. Mayday Parade reminded us why we fell in love with alternative music in the first place — for its ability to encapsulate our deepest emotions and provide solace in our darkest times.

Mayday Parade - Photo: Albert Villasana

ALL TIMES LOW

But it was when All Time Low finally took the spotlight that the Aztec Theatre erupted into a frenzy of excitement. The stage lights illuminated the band’s charismatic frontman, Alex Gaskarth, as he grabbed the microphone and addressed the ecstatic crowd. Opening with their explosive hit “Tell Me I’m Alive,” All Time Low rekindled the fire within our souls, reminding us why we fell in love with alternative music in the first place.

Throughout the night, the band effortlessly delivered an energetic and flawless performance. Their polished sound combined with their undeniable chemistry on stage captivated the audience, keeping them engaged from start to finish. The setlist featured a mix of beloved classics like “Weightless” as well as newer tracks from their latest album, much to the delight of long-time fans and newcomers alike.

All Time Low - Photo: Albert Villasana
All Time Low - Photo: Albert Villasana

It was not only the music that left a lasting impression; the band’s genuine interactions with the audience showcased their appreciation for their fans. The infectious enthusiasm of All Time Low was contagious, resulting in a crowd that sang, danced, and jumped in unison.

Each song was a testament to the enduring legacy of the band and their ability to create anthems that resonate with generations.

All Time Low - Photo: Albert Villasana
All Time Low - Photo: Albert Villasana

The night reached its climax when All Time Low returned for an encore, ending the show with an explosive performance of their hit song “Dear Maria, Count Me In” and leaving the crowd begging for more.

The atmosphere inside the Aztec Theatre was charged with a sense of camaraderie and shared joy that will undoubtedly linger in the memories of those lucky enough to witness this unforgettable concert with a sense of unity and belonging. It was a moment when time stood still, and all that mattered was the connection between the music and our souls.

All Time Low - Photo: Albert Villasana
All Time Low - Photo: Albert Villasana
All Time Low - Photo: Albert Villasana
All Time Low - Photo: Albert Villasana

All Time Low, Games We Play, and Mayday Parade delivered an exceptional evening that will undoubtedly be one of the most memorable shows at the Aztec Theatre. The passionate performances, the indescribable connection between the bands and their fans, and the relentless energy that filled the venue reminded everyone in attendance of the sheer power of music to bring people together.

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