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In typical All Time Low fashion, the guys are giving back this holiday season with the announcement of their Holiday Pop-Up Shops benefiting local charities.

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Back in August All Time Low announced they would be playing a couple holiday shows this winter.

The first one taking place in Chicago, IL on Dec 21 at the House of Blues.

The second taking place on Dec 22 date at The Rave in Milwaukee, WI where they will be joined by The Maine and The Wrecks.

Today the band announced they would be doing a Holiday Pop-Up show before each show where they will be collecting canned food donations for local charities.

The first Pop-Up Shop will take place Dec 21 at Chicago’s House of Blues from 2PM-5PM. The second on Dec 22 at Milwaukee’s Rave from 2PM-5PM.

“We’ll be doing a Holiday Pop-Up Shop before each of our 2 holiday shows in Chicago & Milwaukee!” the band wrote on Twitter. “Just like last year, we’ll be collecting canned food donations for local charities. So come on out, bring some cans to donate, and check out what we’ve got for you this year!”

We stan a band supporting the reason for the season.

In other All Time Low related news, the band will be performing alongside NOFX, New Found GloryWaterparksStory Of The Year and more at next year’s Slam Dunk Festival.

The two-day festival is set to make its return to the UK next May, where it will be seeing Leeds’ Temple Newsam Estate host Slam Dunk North on May 25 and Slam Dunk South on May 26.

Headlining the event will be All Time Low, who is set to be making their UK exclusive appearance at the gig. What’s more? This will be the first appearance back in the UK since the band played So Wrong It’s Right in full during their last tour.

Of the band’s performance at the festival, frontman Alex Gaskarth shared:

“There’s been a bit of an ATL drought in the UK recently so we thought it best to come back and tear shit uat next year’s Slam Dunk Festival.p with some rad bands. Bring your life jackets.”

Will you be hitting up ATL’s Holiday Pop-Up Shops? Let us know in the comments below!

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