UPDATE: August 28 at 10:55 a.m. EST:
After announcing a second show to celebrate So Wrong, It's Right, All Time Low have announced a third show in New Jersey to play one of our favorite albums in full.
The band's tweet said that their third—and final—So Wrong, It's Right show will be at the Starland Ballroom on Dec. 21. (And although it's supposed to be their final show, we still have our hopes up for a tour…)
We're adding a 3rd & final So Wrong It's Right show at Starland Ballroom on 12/21. On sale 8/30 at 10am / Hustler presale tomorrow at 10am! pic.twitter.com/h51XlKeWWG
— All Time Low (@AllTimeLow) August 28, 2017
Tickets go on sale Aug. 30, with Hustler presale starting tomorrow at 10 a.m.
ORIGINAL: August 21 at 10:13 a.m. EST:
All Time Low fans, our dream is coming true: The band will be playing So Wrong, It's Right in full, and we are seriously freaking out.
See where they'll be celebrating the record's 10th birthday below!
Earlier this year, the band had their doubts on whether they'd be giving the record a play in full. In the band’s Facebook Live stream on Fueled By Ramen’s Facebook page, Alex Gaskarth said the band had seen fans asking for an anniversary tour, and he responded with a hopeful response.
“If we can fit it in, we will try,” Gaskarth said. “And if not, we’re definitely going to be paying a lot of attention to that record on the upcoming tours because we love it too, and it deserves its time again.”
“We have a lot of tours lined up because of the new record. We’ve obviously seen all of you guys asking for So Wrong, It’s Right shows and a tour and stuff like that,” Gaskarth says.
And they're finally giving us what we've been asking for—even if it's only one show.
The band will be playing the album in-full on Dec. 19 at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ. Fan club presale begins on Aug. 22 at 4 p.m. EST, and tickets go on sale to the public on Aug. 25 at 10 a.m.
We're already freaking out for what's sure to be an epic performance of one of our favorite albums. (And our fingers are crossed that they'll add more dates soon!)
How stoked would you be to see So Wrong, It's Right performed live from front to back? Let us know in the comments below!
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