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27th Aug 2015

All Time Low Announce A Date at Dublin’s 3Arena

Tickets go on sale Friday, September 4th.


All Time Low have announced their biggest Irish show to date, as they are set to headline Dublin’s 3Arena on February 16th 2016.

The gig is part of their ‘Back To The Future Hearts’ tour.

The Baltimore quartet scored a UK Number 1 album with current release, ‘Future Hearts’, in April this year.

Frontman Alex Gaskarth said: “Playing the arena circuit earlier this year with the You Me At Six boys showed us that rock’s still got a place at the table when it comes to putting on massive shows. We feel like it’s our time to step up and prove to ourselves and the world that since ‘Future Hearts’, All Time Low is an arena band. We can’t wait to bring a ton of the new music to a show on this scale. It’s going to be epic!!”

The band plays the main stages at the Reading and Leeds festivals this weekend.

Since their debut in 2003, All Time Low has released six studio albums, toured with bands such as Blink 182, Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Foo Fighters, played major festivals around the world, including Reading/Leeds in the UK, Soundwave in Australia, Summersonic in Japan, and the legendary Vans Warped Tour in the U.S. The band has also won numerous awards throughout their career, including Kerrang! Awards for ‘Best International Band’ in both 2013 and 2015.

Tickets priced €37 go on sale at 9am Friday, September 4th.