REVIEW: All Time Low Gave The Best Summer Ever After

All Time Low finished the first leg of their Summer Ever After tour with Dashboard Confessional and Gnash over the weekend. With being able to experience the tour in three different cities, it definitely was one of my favorite tours of theirs to date.

Gnash opened the show with "I Hate U, I Love U" every night. With his high energy and positive vibes, he set the stage for the rest of the night. An old-time favorite, Dashboard Confessional made sure to play their song "Vindicated" and a Weezer cover of "Say It Ain't So."

Finally, All Time Low closed the night with an incredible setlist hitting all of their studio albums. Opening their set with one of the many Nothing Personal anthems, "Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't)," comes out on stage full force and continues their set with the Last Young Renegade's "Dark Side of Your Room." They finish off their set with an captivating encore including their new single "Birthday" and the classic "Dear Maria, Count Me In." With their charismatic stage presence and funny banter, the ATL guys always know how to put on an awesome set night after night and giving us an unforgettable end to summer.

Did you go to the Summer Ever After Tour? Make sure to check ATLTV for all the tour vlogs.