All Time Low
Tuesday 27 August 2013
Due to delays with ALL TIME LOW's international travel, Doors for tonights event at The Powerstation will now open at 8.15pm.
Due to these issues two of the scheduled support acts will not be able to perform this event.
HURRACANE KID’s will be play before All Time Low.
ALL TIME LOW's performance time will remain as previously advertised. The show will be completed by 11.30pm
For any further questions regarding tonight's event please email –
SHOW IS LICENSED & ALL AGES
The downstairs area will be all ages and completely alcohol free. R18 patrons can access this level, however no alcohol sale or consumption will be allowed. This area will be completely secure and clearly separate to the upstairs balcony access. Security personnel will be in place to administer this, ensuring no one under the age of 18 is to have access to upstairs.
Upstairs will be R18 ONLY and alcohol will be available from the upstairs bar for consumption in this area ONLY.
Original tickets purchased through Under The Radar are still valid as is and ticket holders are not required to take any further action.
With overwhelming demand following a first day sell out of their New Zealand show, All Time Low have heard the cries of thoses left ticketless and are proud to announce they will be moving the show to a larger venue. The Powerstation will now be hosting this event and a second release of tickets will be available from Ticketmaster.
The members of All Time Low have always been very open about their formative musical influences: New Found Glory, Fall Out Boy, Green Day, Third Eye Blind and, of course, Blink-182. They’ve also been open about how their icons have inspired their previous albums—from the Saves The Day-esque pop-punk jams populating 2007’s ‘So Wrong, It’s Right’ to the upbeat rockers on 2009’s ‘Nothing Personal’ and the eclectic, ecstatic pop of 2011’s Dirty Work. But when it came time to make their fifth album, ‘Don’t Panic’, the band decided to look inward for inspiration.
“With this record, a big part of the process was finding what made our band special on each of our past records,” says singer/guitarist Alex Gaskarth. “This time around, rather than taking influence from anything we were listening to at the time—or anything we want to touch on generationally—the goal was to make an album that we felt reflected the best aspects of our previous releases.”
2012 saw the release of the huge ‘Don’t Panic’ - which debuted in the top five on the NZ iTunes Album Chart - but after years of messages, tweets and even dedicated petitions crying out for New Zealand shows... thanks to Coup De Main and ODR Productions, 2013 sees pop-punk band All Time Low announce their ‘Somewhere In New Zealand’ one-off show, preceding an upcoming run in Australia.
Support by: Hurricane Kids, Maybe Rave & Flirting with Disaster.