Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by Blink182Bouncer, Feb 21, 2020.
Got a ticket for ATL. Too good of a lineup to pass up
I wouldn't expect the formula to differ much from last year. Can't remember exactly what the set lengths were last year, but even if ATL and TSSF are being treated as slightly "higher" on the lineup I wouldn't expect more than an hour at the absolute max. Probably 50 min each would be my guess.
I don’t expect them to rotate the four “headliners” like they did last year.
All Time Low
Last year each band got 45 mins each
This year there are less bands and no special guests/local bands announced, so maybe ATL can get 60 mins? Idk.
The show starts at 1:30
I'd expect 60-75 from All Time Low, and 40-45 from the other 3.
my date says doors at 1:30. Show at 2:30.
maybe something like
2:30-2:55: Destroy Boys
3:15-3:45: Yours Truly
6:05-6:50: The Maine
7:10-8:10: The Story So Far
8:40-10: All Time Low
On their website it says the headliners will play longer compared to last year.
This seems accurate
I assume the people who are upset that the Mass date is in Worcester are from the Boston area?
I ask because, as a Mainer, I'd much, much, much prefer to go to Worcester. Easier drive. Easier parking. I'll take Worcester over Boston any day of the week for a show.
It was also there last year so I’m not sure why people are suprised
It's incredibly easy to get there from Boston too whether you're driving or need to take a train
Yeah, I was there last year and thought it was a cool spot. I really like the Palladium in general, though. I just always see people come in with the "ugh Worcester" comment every time a tour goes there instead of Boston and I always wonder. Just assumed that if you live in the city proper, they consider it a jaunt.
Even if Boston was a possibility where would they hold it?
Blue Hills makes the most sense, but it'd have to be seated.
New York is about to sell out
Wow. Same venue as last year too. I think lineups are pretty similar/maybe even better last year. Crazy
ATL is much bigger than any band that played last year
Pretty even lineups, just a stronger "headliner"
ATL > Mayday Parade
TSSF = State Champs
Movements < TWY
The Maine = The Maine
Grayscale = Mom Jeans, Stand Atlantic
I feel like TSSF will draw in more than state champs
I could be wrong but I feel like Movements is a bigger draw than TWY nowadays.
I'd say those are all wrong. ATL is much bigger than any band who played last year and TSSF draws more than any of those bands as well. Movements draw is equal if not more than TWY and I'd argue Grayscale draws more than Mom Jeans and Stand Atlantic, their last 2 headliners have done very well since they released Nella Vita.
Nah, I'd say TWY is still bigger. Most of their current tour is selling out in bigger rooms, where Movements upcoming tour is still in 400 cap rooms from what I understand.
The crowd was going off for Stand Atlantic last year, not sure how much more of a draw Grayscale is then them. Mom Jeans didn't seem to be as popular though