A Concert for Casey at the Baltimore Soundstage ft All Time Low


Hey y’all!

This past Saturday I had the privilege to go to All Time Low’s hometown acoustic charity show, An Evening with All Time Low: A Concert for Casey at the Baltimore Soundstage. It was my first time at the venue, and I have to say I loved it. Think classy grunge: cement floors, a bar running along the side wall and chandeliers that looked totally out of place. Three local alt bands opened for All Time Low ; 3 PM, Cinder Wall and Like You to Me. Fun fact: the lead singer of Cinder Wall is Alex Gaskarth’s girlfriend’s brother.

All Time Low opened with Backseat Serenade, leading into Damned If I Do Ya, Do It For Baltimore, Somewhere in Neverland and Time Bomb. The crowd was pretty intense for an acoustic show! Everyone was pushing and shoving to the front, but luckily there was no crowd surfing to worry about.

The four piece pop punk band went on to play some of its slower songs off their earlier albums, Running From Lions, Lullabies, Jasey Rae, Remembering Sunday and Therapy. I don’t think I have ever seen as many emotional breakdowns at a concert as I did that night. Eventually, Casey’s father, Paul Leavitt, came on stage with the band to perform Jimmy Eat World’s Hear You Me in honor of his son. All Time Low also played The Reckless and The Brave, Weightless, and closed their show as they normally do, with Dear Maria, Count Me In, although this time it was an acoustic rendition. The show went smoothly as usual, and the guy who really likes Circles made himself known that night, unfortunately way too many times.

Overall, it was a great show for a great cause. The band raised $18,000 for the Center for Infant and Child Loss.

You can click here to donate to the cause!

Lexi Oser

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