Elsa was at the All Time Low show in Sioux Falls, SD. Check out here incredible live shots and her review of the show - Find it all HERE!
All Time Low Blows into Sioux Falls
By: Elsa Martinez
Photos by: Elsa Martinez
In the midst of a spring winter storm, no travel advised, and road closures, All Time Low blew into town (quite literally) commenting that “A little snow ain’t gonna stop us from coming to Sioux Falls!”
Part two of their latest release, Last Young Renegade, aptly named The Young Renegades Tour Part II, was almost cancelled due to the massive snow storm that blew into South Dakota and Minnesota, but the bus driver bravely weathered the storm and got the band and crew here safely to give a great show.
ATL had not been here since 2014, so this show was a long over due in our city.
Playing hits like “Somewhere in Neverland” , “Lost in Stereo” (Don’t Panic), “Something’s Gotta Give”, “Kids In The Dark” (Future Hearts), “Life of the Party” and Title track from Last Young Renegade, and of course their forever show ender “Dear Maria, Count Me In” (So Wrong, It’s Right).
The show was cut a few songs short because lead man, Alex Gaskarth, had a bad cold and sore throat, to which he attributed to the extreme weather changes from balmy Florida to frigid South Dakota. The fans were not disappointed in any way, but instead, were so grateful that they drove in such dangerous weather to avoid cancelling the show. Fans flocked to see them from the four surrounding states just to see them in their all to infrequent visits to the area.
All Time Low is:
Alex Gaskarth – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Jack Barakat – lead guitar, backing vocals
Zach Merrick – bass, backing vocals
Rian Dawson – drums
This leg of the tour runs through April 21st, ending in Chico, CA so check their website and find a city near you. Support groups Gnash and Dreamers bring a different mix to the tour with great performances.
By: Elsa Martinez
Wisconsin Dells is setting the stage for an inaugural major Latin Music & Arts Festival on Labor Day Weekend. The 2-day festival will feature some of the biggest names in Latin Music, arts, food, and camping.
Los Dells takes place at the Woodside Ranch in Mauston, WI, just north of Wisconsin Dells, on 1,500 acres of wooded private land, which features the brand-new hotel, Old Towne, for those of you who want to “camp” in style.
This is a huge family event so bring your kids! All kids 10 and under are FREE! (*two kids per ticket holding adult)
This festival is much more than just music, you can check out the local arts and crafts, art installations throughout the grounds, the vendor village, and a large variety of food and drinks for all.
Come for the attractions but stay for the music! Over two dozen performers will showcase one of the three stages, including Mexico’s most popular rock band and quite possibly THE most popular Mexican rock band EVER, Maná, who will be headlining on Saturday, September 2nd. Headlining Sunday, September 3rd will be Daddy Yankee, who’s song “Despacito” with Luis Fonsi, which became the first Spanish-language song to hit Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 since “Macarena” in 1996.
Single and two day tickets available, camping passes available, VIP experience available in single and two day tickets, so get out to Los Dells and have a blast! LosDells.com
Some of what you will see at Los dells