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Fall Out Boy and Paramore with New Politics
Phone (800) 745-3000
Price $25-$63.50
Age Suitability All Ages
Categories Alternative Rock
Tags summer360

Fall Out Boy and Paramore with New Politics

Saturday, Aug 2 7:00p

Supergroups FALL OUT BOY and PARAMORE will hit the road for the must-see concert event of summer. Aptly titled the MONUMENTOUR, the bands will showcase their trademark brand of fiery, hard-charging rock music across the U.S. to 30 plus cities in the summer’s best venues, including a performance at the Austin360 Amphitheater on Saturday, August 2, 2014.

Special guest New Politics will open the show.

Gates open at 5:30 pm.

Created by c3concertsofficial

Tickets
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Performers at this Event
Fall Out Boy
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Perhaps the most popular punk band since Green Day hit the mainstream in the mid 1990s. ~ Rovi
Paramore
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The combination of musical energy between brothers and Hayley's bold charisma earned them instant attention, particularly from Florida indie Fueled by Ramen, who signed the band and put them to work recording their debut....
New Politics
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Rambunctious Danish indie rockers New Politics formed in the late 2000s around the talents of vocalist David Boyd, guitarist/vocalist/keyboard player Søren H, and drummer Poul Amaliel. The band’s high-energy, guitar-driven blend of punk, pop, and electronically induced dance rock (Boyd specializes in wildly unpredictable stage posturing) eventually caught the ears (and eyes) of RCA, who signed the group in 2009....
Location & Nearby Info
Austin360 Amphitheater
9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd.
Austin, TX 78617
(512) 301-6600
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Reviews & Comments
USER REVIEWS
Jul 17, 2007 - mmelmon on Fall Out Boy
You get used to it after awhile

Somewhere, the best thing about Fall Out Boy went from watching YouTube videos skewering the lead singer's inability to pronounce simple words to the bouwncy wouwncy woodling mewoodies. Having been burned by bands that float two radio hits on a sea of blah (Pet Shop Boys, anyone? anyone?), I now wait patiently for proof that catchy really is. "Dance, Dance" sure sounds catchy, and who can resist screaming "I am an arms dealer" stuck between Palo Alto and Cupertino for evening rush. But now at last "thanks for the memories" closes the deal: a song that is as catchy as its title (thnks fr th mmrs) is clever self-parody. But really guys, that "what the hell is he saying" thing is starting to get old.