by / November 9th, 2010 /

All Time Low – Olympia Theatre, Dublin

Baltimore pop punk band All Time Low return to Ireland on Tuesday 1st March for a special headline show at the Olympia Theatre. The last time the band hit Irish shores was to headline the sold out Kerrang Tour at the Academy in January. Tickets priced €25 inclusive of booking fee are on sale this Friday, 1st October, at 9am.

All Time Low’s released the follow-up to their highly-acclaimed debut, “So Wrong, It’s Right” last year and since then have gone from strength to strength. The band went out of their way to stretch their songwriting muscle on the album, working with a variety of superstar producers including Butch Walker, David Bendeth, Matt Squire, S*A*M & Sluggo, and more. Their sophomore album “Nothing Personal” is the result of work that reaches to their ever-growing audience, while still maintaining every bit of story-telling charm that long-time fans have come to expect from All Time Low. Catchy songs, witty lyrics, and the band’s irresistible tongue-in-cheek personality are all present on “Nothing Personal” which made it one of the most anticipated albums of that year which led to them signing a deal with Interscope Records.

Last December the band recorded their concert at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City which was subsequently released as their first CD/DVD package entitled Straight To DVD. All Time Low started recording their latest studio album in March of this year with producers John Fields and Matt Squire. The as of yet untitled album is due for release early 2011.

All Time Low are Alex Gaskarth, Jack Barakat, Zack Merrick and Rian Dawson.

Please Note: Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult

Tickets for All Time Low live at the Olympia Theatre on 1st March are on sale this Friday at 9am.