All Time Low, The Maine and Grayscale at XL Live in Harrisburg, PA

IMPRINTent, IMPRINT Entertainment, YOUR CULTURE HUB, IMPRINTentPHILADELPHIA, All Time Low, XL Live, Philadelphia Concerts, Philly, Philadelphia, Rock Music, Rock Band, Elektra Records

Written By | Bridget Craig

The last show All Time Low played in the United States before the music industry shut down in 2020 was at XL Live in Harrisburg, PA back in February 2020. They made their return on the Side Summer Tour and blew right past the superstition to a sold out crowd with their sweatiest show of tour.

See more photos of Grayscale HERE

Philadelphia’s own Grayscale started out the night with one of their latest singles Dirty Bombs from their third album Umbra that is out August 27th. Even though they were the first band of the bill, Grayscale puts on a show that is all their own. The crowd sang back every word and crowd surfers did not stop coming!

See more photos of The Maine HERE

The Maine debuted a light up pink cowboy hat on their merch line and the crowd was sprinkled with pink lights during the whole set. They showed up strong with Sticky from their latest album and keep the crowd moving throughout their plethora of hits like Am I Pretty and Bad Behavior. The banter frontman John O’Callahan has with the crowd really sets him apart.

See more photos of All Time Low HERE

All Time Low played a near perfect mix of their old songs to their latest radio hits from Six Feet Under the Stars to Monsters. By the time they were a couple songs in the venue was practically humid from how crazy the fans in the pit were going. They sell out shows for a reason and Harrisburg proved it to be true. The connection they have with their fans to put on an incredible show is something that can’t be beat. They ended with their classic encore that of Dear Maria, Count Me In which never gets old.

I’m sure for most of the attendees this was their first concert back after the last year and a half and it really showed. Everyone I came across was elated to be there despite the hot, sweaty conditions.


Photo Credit | Bridget Craig