Featuring: Cam, RaeLynn, Machineheart, Mayday Parade, State Champs, Karan Brar, Lauren Giraldo, Taryn Southern, Sugar & The Hi-Lows, As It Is, Madison Davenport
Not most bands could keep their momentum going for 10 years, but Mayday Parade is not most bands. With the release of their fifth studio album, Black Lines, Mayday has proven just how much of a staple they are in the pop-punk scene. This past week, they sold out another headlining show in New York City… Read more »
Mayday Parade have never really taken a break from touring throughout their entire career, and they’re still selling out venues across the country. New Jersey is especially welcoming to the Florida rock band, as there was barely room to breathe in Starland Ballroom on Friday night. Opening up for Mayday Parade was Tonight Alive, Major… Read more »
This year’s Warped Tour line-up is so packed it’s impossible to see all your favorite bands in one day… so we went to three. For the 20th Anniversary of the tour, Warped brought back some old favorites like Bowling For Soup and Less Than Jake, some recent veterans like The Summer Set and Mayday Parade… Read more »
The Glamour Kills tour made its way to New York City this week for a sold out show at the Best Buy Theater. Mayday Parade wowed the crowd with songs off their new album, Monsters In The Closet, and Man Overboard and Cartel warmed up the pop-punk fans earlier in the night. Be sure to pick… Read more »
Featuring Sammy Adams, Mayday Parade, The Maine, Jessica Tyler, Midnight Red, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, Jacob Latimore, Ashley Allen, Bebe Rexha, Bethany Mota
All Time Low and Pierce The Veil took their spring co-headlining tour, the Spring Fever Tour, to the Best Buy Theater in Times Square for two nights of music. Both shows sold out and The Voice winner, Cassadee Pope, even made a cameo the first night – surprising both the crowd and the members of… Read more »
The Maine and Mayday Parade have teamed up for an unstoppable tour this fall and made a stop in New York City earlier this week. The sold out venue went CRAZY for both bands, as well as openers, The Postelles (not pictured.) Check out some photos from the show!