Blink 182 Toronto Tickets

Inspired by Blink-182, All Time Low is an American pop punk band that was formed in 2003. The quartet includes Alex Gaskarth, Jack Barakat, Rain Dawson and Zack Merrick who made their debut with the release of their extended play, ‘The Three Words to Remember in Dealing with the End EP’ in 2004. A year later, they put out their first studio record, ‘The Party Scene’ through Emerald Moon and have since then released five studio albums more. They have also won four Kerrang! Awards. The group is now going on a tour and will be joining names like, A Day to Remember and Blink-182 at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. Book your All Time Low Toronto tickets and watch them as they rock you with their latest tunes live.


Blink-182 comprises of three talented individuals, Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and Matt Skiba who have all played their part in making the group successful. They turned Blink-182 into one of the most influential punk bands of the 90s and their music has now crossed boundaries. They have seven studio albums to their credit so far among which, ‘Enema of the State’ is considered their best work, as it went five times platinum in the United States. The band is now heading your way to support their latest record, ‘California’ and will be rocking you with its music at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. Book your Blink 182 Toronto tickets and have a great time at the concert.


It will indeed be a day to remember when the talented group, A Day to Remember joins Blink-182 and All Time Low to perform for the fans of rock music at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. The band was formed in 2003 and since then they have gone from being a small group with a loyal fan base to a worldwide phenomenon. They have released a couple of gold selling albums along with nine successful singles including, All I Want, All Signs Point to Lauderdale and End of me among others. The band is now going on a tour and you can bet their show will be worth every penny. Get A Day To Remember Toronto tickets and listen to some good music, live.


If punk music is your thing, then All Time Low is your band. The group has been entertaining fans with catchy songs since making their debut and has so far released eighteen singles including their platinum selling track, Dear Maria, Count Me In.


What’s punk music without All Time Low

Success wasn’t just handed over to All Time Low, they had to work their way through to be where they are today. After making their debut in 2005 with the release of their first studio album, ‘The Party Scene’ the band has gone on to treat the fans of pop punk music with records like, ‘Nothing Personal,’ ‘Dirty Work’ and ‘Future Hearts’ all of which charted at the first spot on the US Rock. Their latest album, ‘Future Hearts’ reached number one not only in the U.S but also in the UK and received favorable reviews from the critics. It was also nominated for a  Kerrang! Award in 2016.  


Dominating the world with their music

All Time Low are currently at the top of their game and their sound is making people to fall in love with them even more. They have performed around the globe and in festivals like the ‘Warped Tour,’ ‘Soundwave’ and ‘Reading and Leeds.’ All Time Low has also won four Kerrang! Awards in total. The group is now heading to the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre for their tour. Grab your All Time Low Toronto tickets and watch as they rock you with their music live.



Millions of pop punk music fans have rocked to the tunes of the group, Blink-182 who are known for their hits like, After Midnight, Down and Stay Together for the Kids. They have now gone on to become one of the most sought after bands on the planet.


Blink-182: The definition of good music

Blink-182 made their debut in 1995 and over the span of twenty one years they have released seven studio and two compilation albums. The band reached the pinnacle of success when it put out its best selling record to date, ‘Enema of the State’ which was certified five times platinum by the RIAA. The record was also included in the Rock Sounds’ list of the ‘101 Modern Classic Albums.’ Their other albums like, ‘Take off Your Pants and Jacket’ and ‘Blink-182’ went two times platinum in the U.S, while the former became their first record to top the Billboard 200.  


Setting new standards

Blink-182 is not only ruling hearts but is also pushing the envelope. Their music has influenced many groups in the music industry including Paramore, The Maine and All Time Low among others. The band has also bagged two MTV Europe Music Awards. They are now going to the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre as part of their tour where they will deliver yet another rocking performance. Get your Blink 182 Toronto tickets and get ready to rock with one of the most famous bands on the planet today, live.


If you are looking forward to listening to some quality rock music then, A Day to Remember is who you should be looking for. After being formed in 2003, the band has gone on to become a global phenomenon, with their sound being loved and appreciated by fans and critics alike.

Starting off a successful journey

A Day to Remember was formed in 2003 by Tom Denney and Bobby Scruggs who made a name for themselves by performing over two hundred shows in their first year of touring. They soon put out their first extended play, ‘Halos for Heros, Dirt for the Dead’ in 2004 and later signed to Indianola Records. They released their debut studio album, ‘And Their Name was Treason’ in 2005 before they got signed to Victory Records. They came out with their second record, ‘For Those Who Have Heart’ in 2007 and it charted at the seventeenth spot on the Heatseekers Album.

Tasting mainstream success

After struggling with their music for some while, A Day to Remember hit it big when they released their third and fourth album, ‘Homesick’ and ‘What Separates Me from You’ both of which went gold in the U.S. The records climbed to the twenty first and eleventh spot on the Billboard 200 respectively. Their latest album, ‘Common Courtesy’ also received praises from the critics. They are now going to hit the road and expect them to bring the roof down with their powerful performances. Grab A Day To Remember Toronto tickets and watch them as they play their hits at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre live. 


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