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Since coronavirus has put a halt to concerts this year, All Time Low are bringing their live set to fans for a special five-night virtual event.

For the Basement Noise Concert Series, All Time Low will be performing their latest album Wake Up, Sunshine in full for the first time ever. As well, each member is also curating their own ATL setlist for the five-night event.

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All Time Low released Wake Up, Sunshine back in April. Due to the timing of the release amid the pandemic, the band haven’t been able to hit the road in celebration of the LP. So, All Time Low are launching their own virtual concert series.

All Time Low will kick off the Basement Noise Concert Series on Oct. 9 with the Wake Up, Sunshine album show. Then, on Oct. 23, All Time Low will be performing Rian Dawson‘s curated setlist. Zack Merrick‘s hand-picked setlist will be played on Nov. 13 followed by Alex Gaskarth‘s on Dec. 4. Jack Barakat‘s curated setlist will bring All Time Low’s five-night virtual event to a close on Dec. 18.

Presale tickets for all five shows are available starting Sept. 28 through All Time Low’s fan club. Spotify presale tickets begin Tuesday, Sept. 29 and general tickets go on sale Wednesday, Sept. 30 on their website. Exclusive merch is also available to fans who purchase tickets for all five concerts.

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Along with this, All Time Low just achieved their first radio No.1 with “Monsters” featuring blackbear which claimed the top spot on Modern Rock radio. This feat follows up the successful debut of Wake Up, Sunshine this past April. The Fueled By Ramen-released album debuted at No.1 on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums chart.

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