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On March 1, 2012 – All Time Low took the stage in Syracuse, NY along with With The Punches and I Call Fives. The fans who attended All Time Low’s concert got to witness history in the making, as All Time Low performed their longest set ever. Considering that the band has been around since 2003, the attendees of the concert definitely witnessed something special in the venue. Rian Dawson of All Time Low even took to Twitter to not only post the band’s set list from tonight’s performance, but to thank those who attended the Syracuse, NY performance.
Earlier in the day, Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low successfully foreshadowed the night’s events by stating how “stoked” he was to be playing alongside With The Punches and I Call Fives. He even titled the show as a “good one”, before having knowledge of the performance in Syracuse’s longevity.
As far as official touring plans go, All Time Low doesn’t have anything set-in-stone just yet. The band will embark on several overseas performances, while traveling along the likes of Japan and Brazil, amongst other territories. Rumors had been circulating that All Time Low will in fact be headlining this year’s Vans Warped Tour, but just a couple of days ago, the rumors were validated. They did make a guest appearance at last year’s Warped Tour, but have not officially toured on the tour since the summer of 2009.