With their “Future Hearts” All Time Low arrives in Chicago

Alex Gaskarth, lead vocalist, and Zack Merrick, bassist, performing the song,

Alex Gaskarth, lead vocalist, and Zack Merrick, bassist, performing the song, "Cinderblock Garden", on "The Future Hearts Tour."

Madison VanSlette

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On Nov. 5, the Sears Centre was filled with people excited for the “Back to the Future Hearts” tour. The headliners of the tour All Time Low, were formed in 2003 from a suburb of Baltimore, Maryland. They are a pop punk band, that consists of four members, who have released eight studio albums together.

The four put on a great show that even the adult guardians enjoyed. Lead vocalist, Alex Gaskarth, made a point to thank openers One Ok Rock, Neck Deep, and Sleeping With Sirens for going on tour with them. A power line-up that fans were very excited about.

There was never a dull moment at the show.  When bands weren’t performing,  fans were interacting with each other. People who had never met before were having conversations about one thing everyone had in common- a love for music.

While the bands were on stage the crowd was one, chants were in perfect synchronization, gestures were done as one, and lyrics were shouted at the tops of lungs.

This was a concert that took everyone away from reality, even if it was only for five hours, it made everyone forget about everything except their favorite artists making them laugh.

No one left the venue right after the encore, no one wanted to. This concert was definitely one to remember.

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