We got to the Guildhall at about 6 meaning waiting an hour in the cold until doors opened. Now, I won't lie to you Aimee and I were the oldest girls in the crowd that we saw when we arrived but as the queue grew we did see some couples and groups of people who were our age. Due to frontman Alex Gaskarth's beautiful face and their up tempo songs they have a fan base in the UK that could be seen as "tweeny", though I'll be the first to say that the age of a fan doesn't determine how loyal they are.
The two support acts were We Are The In Crowd & The Maine, both pop-punk/punk-rock and both really, really good.
All Time Low came on around 9.15 until 10.20 and I loved every second of it. Their energy was contagious and their stage set up was the most impressive I've seen from them; strobe lighting and 3 big squares which lit up to say ATL (and tits, ass and sex at one point at the request of guitarist Jack Barakat!) I left with a lot of respect for them because Alex has been suffering from a chest infection which resulted in a few songs being cut from the show but he put every ounce of effort into apologising and reassuring us that they would be back in the summer. We were also crowned the loudest crowd of the tour so far which I'd consider an achievement!
My favourite songs of the show were "Remembering Sunday" and "Poppin'" and they played a few older songs like "Coffee Shop Soundtrack".
Here are a few of photos from the show
I'd also like to say they had brought a charity called Skate For Cancer on this tour. It's a brilliant charity so please check it out if you have the chance.
Lots of emo love,