Blink 182 Inglewood Tickets
Pop-punk invasion begins as bands, Blink-182, All Time Low, the All American Rejects and A Day to Remember perform across North America in 2016. Part of Blink-182’s comeback tour, the bands will hit the road beginning 22nd July. While hit 90s ensemble and pioneers of pop-punk music, Blink-182 will be headlining the trek, All Time Low, A Day to Remember and All American Rejects will be performing as supporting acts. The number one charting pop-punk/rock band All Time Low will be performing alongside Blink-182 at 22 venues. To watch a memorable show purchase All Time Low Inglewood tickets.
Blink 182 is a legendary name in pop punk music. Over a two decade career, they have gone to establish themselves as one of the premier punk bands in the world, and has influenced countless emerging bands. Blink 182 have released six albums so far and have sold more than thirty million records worldwide. Their seventh album, California, is scheduled for release soon and they have already announced a tour in support of it. Blink 182 will be supported by new age punk bands, A Day to Remember and All Time Low during their tour. The road trip’s next stop is The Forum in Los Angeles. To watch the concert live, get Blink 182 Inglewood tickets today.
A Day to Remember is an American rock band whose metalcore sound is recognized around the globe. The group was formed by the guitarist, Tom Denney and drummer, Bobby Scruggs in 2003. They made their debut in 2004 by coming out with their first extended play, ‘Halos for Heros, Dirt for the Dead’ and a year later released their studio album, ‘And Their Name Was Treason.’ The band struck gold with their latest record, ‘Common Courtesy’ that reached the first spot on the Billboard Hard Rock Albums. They are now going to join Blink-182 and All Time Low at The Forum for their tour. So, get your A Day To Remember Inglewood tickets and enjoy their rocking performance live in person.
Four member rock band, All Time Low prepares to perform as the opening act in Blink-182’s concert at the Forum in Inglewood. Fans can now make advance reservations to witness their favorite bands perform live.
All Time Low’s Formation & Debut Releases
All Time Low is a Baltimore-based emo-pop/pop-punk group active since 2003. The band was formed by high school friends, Jack Barakat, Alex Gaskart, Rian Dawson, Chris Cortilello and TJ Ihle. Initially covering songs of bands like Blink-182, All Time Low released an EP independently. Titled ‘All Time Low Demo’, the extended play landed the group a recording deal with the Emerald Moon Records. Before releasing their debut major label studio album in 2005, the ensemble released a four-track EP ‘The Three Words to Remember in Dealing with the End EP’ in 2004. All Time Low’s first album ‘The Party Scene’ wasn’t able to make its way to charts but helped the ensemble establish a sound local fan base in the Maryland area.
All Time Low Performs @ The Forum
All Time Low’s claim to fame was its 2006 EP ‘Put Up or Shut Up’ that made its way to number 12 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers and number 20 on the Independent Albums charts. It featured hits ‘Break Out! Break Out!’ and ‘Coffee Shop soundtrack.’ Since then, the pop-punk group has released a total of 6 studio albums (3 albums debuting at number 1 and one release reaching fourth place on Billboard US Rock Albums chart), 5 EPs and a live album. Listen to the band’s most recent album 2015’s ‘Future Hearts’ (a number 1 Billboard 200) album that features singles ‘Something’s Gotta Give’ and ‘Kids in the Dark’. Get All Time Low Inglewood tickets.
Blink 182 is a three member band featuring vocalist and bassist Mark Happus, guitarist Matt Skiba and drummer Travis Barker. The band’s original lineup featured guitarist Tom DeLonge and drummer Scott Raynor, but both eventually left the band.
Over the course of their career, Blink 182 have released six studio albums, twenty singles, two extended plays, two compilation albums and one live album. The band’s first album, Cheshire Cat, was released in 1995. Blink 182 toured extensively in support of the album and slowly made a name in the music scene around California. The group gained prominence with their second album, Dude Ranch, which reached sixty seven on the Billboard 200 and went on to be certified platinum.
The band’s next few releases were huge successes and are considered seminal works in the pop punk genre. 1999’s Enema of the State and 2001’s Take Off Your Pants and Jacket were critical and commercial hits, with the former reaching number nine on the Billboard 200 and the later peaking at number one on the same chart. The group’s fifth album, Blink 182, reached the top three on the Billboard 200 and was certified two times platinum.
Blink 182’s seventh and latest album is scheduled to be released very soon. The album is the first to not feature long time member Tom DeLonge, who has been replaced by Matt Skiba.
The California Tour, which will support the album, will feature fifty seven shows all across North America. Get Blink 182 Inglewood tickets to watch the band hit the stage, live.
If you have been waiting to listen to some quality rock music then look no further as A Day to Remember is here. The group’s irresistible sound is popular worldwide that has got people signing to its catchy singles like, All I Want, It’s Complicated, Paranoia and Right Back at Me.
Breaking the boundaries
A Day to Remember have proved that success can be achieved if one stays true to his dreams and that is exactly what the band did after their first two albums failed to chart. They kept on producing music with constant dedication and as a result tasted commercial success for the first time when they released their third studio album, ‘Homesick’ in 2009. The record went gold in the United States and reached twenty first spot on the Billboard 200. A year later they released their second gold selling record, ‘What Separates Me from You’ which climbed to the eleventh position on the Billboard 200.
After coming out with two hit albums, the band returned with their latest record, ‘Common Courtesy’ in 2013. It sold more than one hundred ninety thousand copies in the United States alone and was included in the Rock Sound’s list of ‘The 50 Best Albums of 2013.’ Since the record’s release the band has been touring around the globe and has played numerous festivals across Europe. They are now going to make their next stop at The Forum so, book A Day To Remember Inglewood tickets and watch them live.
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