2018 has come and gone, but one thing stays the same; All Time Low made another stop to the historic and haunted Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee, WI for the Haunted Holiday Show. Let’s be real, even after playing the Rave for the 17th time, they still got it. With openers The Wrecks and The Maine, the crowd was in for a good night.
The Wrecks opened with "Figure This Out" and the crowd went crazy! The Wrecks had quite a year, opening for The Maine on tour, putting out the Panic Vertigo -EP, and headlining a tour to promote the EP! After “Figure It Out,” they went into “I Don’t Like You." Despite some controversy surrounding some things lead singer Nick Anderson had said at past shows, fans forgave after a sincere apology posted online from Nick. They played other favorites like “James Dean,” and “Turn It Up,” and closed out with “Favorite Liar.”
The Maine, known for having a banner behind them that says “You are watching a band called The Maine” displayed a sign that said “You are watching a band called The Maine, All Time Low will be on soon, sorry for the Inconvenience”. With a set that set the crowd off, they proved that they were no inconvenience at all. They opened with “Miles Away” which lead into “Don’t Come Down.” They played old songs like “Everything I Ask For” and “Right Girl.” And they couldn’t miss out on playing “Ho Ho Hopefully” for this Haunted Holiday show. The real highlight of the night was Rian Dawson hoping on stage to play “Taxi.” They closed out with “Black Butterflies & Deja Vu."
So much of the crowd was at this show for a nostalgic night, and that’s what everyone got! All Time Low walked out on stage to Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas is You” and opened with a throwback, “Stella.” With this being a holiday show, they peppered in other older songs like “Forget About It” and “Poppin’ Champagne” and everyone’s favorite Christmas song “Merry Christmas, Kiss My Ass.” Two fans even got on stage and proposed to his girlfriend (with a yes, of course!). Haunted Holiday was a great way to close out the holiday season!