Pop punk perfection… that’s All Time Low in a nutshell! They’ve repeatedly topped the charts, sold over 1.5 million albums worldwide, chalked up 100+ million views on YouTube, have 5+ million social media followers, and have sold out London’s Wembley Arena. They are a bona fide worldwide sensation and they’re kicking off a whole new chapter in 2017.
With well-earned recognition for their success, All Time Low have won two AP Awards and two Kerrang! Awards, landed the title of Best Pop Punk Band at the Top In Rock Awards, and were named Band of the Year by Alternative Press Magazine.
All Time Low return to our shores for one show only at Auckland’s iconic Powerstation on Wednesday 10th May before heading to Australia for their biggest run of headline shows ever.
All Time Low have succeeded where so many have failed; in bringing back the glory days of pop punk. With a string of sold out signs being prepared as we speak, you have been warned, so get in early to nab your tickets!
All Time Low
Wednesday May 10th: The Powerstation, Auckland
Tickets via AAA Ticketing from 9AM Thursday February 2nd
The infectious pop sound of Auckland’s Openside has been catching on all over the place. The group’s debut recording was the single ‘Worth It’ released in mid 2015, and the polished four-piece have impressed with an energetic sound and subversive lyrical smarts since their debut.
Paramore have announced the eagerly awaited release of their fifth studio album After Laughter, set for release on Friday, May 12th.
New York-based three-piece pop rock phenomenon, Against The Current, will visit New Zealand for the first time this October.
By Wal Reid
Artist: Panic! At The Disco
Date / Venue: Thursday February 2nd, 2017 - Vector Arena, Auckland
Pop punk perfection… that’s All Time Low in a nutshell! They’ve repeatedly topped the charts, sold over 1.5 million albums worldwide, chalked up 100+ million views on YouTube, have 5+ million social media followers, and have sold out London’s Wembley Arena.
By Wal Reid
Jimmy Eat World are one of those bands whose name may not at first be familiar but you definitely know their songs when you hear them.
Jim Adkins of Jimmy Eat World stopped by KROQ Los Angeles' Kevin & Bean morning show this week to debut ‘Sure and Certain’, the first single from the bands forthcoming album, Integrity Blues.
Taking Back Sunday, are returning to New Zealand shores in March 2017, bringing with them a catalogue of hits from their vast discography plus material from their highly anticipated 7th studio album, Tidal Wave.
Due to overwhelming demand, Panic! At The Disco’s 2 February 2017 Auckland show has moved to Vector Arena.
Award winning, internationally acclaimed colossal rockers Panic! At The Disco are set to return to Auckland on 2 February 2017. The band will perform at the Logan Campbell Centre to support their fifth studio album, Death Of A Bachelor.