One Night In London With All Time Low is a pop punk extravaganza, with support from Real Friends and Neck Deep as well as a film set for All Time Low’s upcoming live DVD.
Real Friends (7/10) work the growing crowd with ease and huge energy even though they’re clearly nervous. They have trouble filling the huge stage but that doesn’t stop them getting the crowd involved. The vocals are a but sketchy live, but it works for the songs he’s singing. Lighting up an arena with phone lights isn’t an easy thing to do as the headliner, however this band managed to achieve this as the first act and this is an incredible feat.
Neck Deep (7/10) come onstage to cheering and the second the music starts the crowd are off their feet and singing along. The band made the stage look small and worked the huge crowd like melted butter. The band captivated the crowd with their huge stage presence and the energy coming off the band was phenomenal, so the crowd leeched off it and spent the show on their feet. The stage antics were humorous, but you could hear their vocalist Ben was tired toward the end of their set.
All Time Low (9/10) come on to a pumped and eager crowd who are ready to be filmed for the band’s next live DVD – the screams were deafening. The band took to the music quickly and the crowd were off their feet from the first note to the last. Fireworks and fire fill the stage, which the band make look tiny. The sheer confidence and stage presence the band emit make this arena show feel spectacular and they played their biggest songs while throwing in old fan favourites, as well as performing an acoustic set in the middle of the arena. The band got special guests Cassadee Pope and Josh Franceschi of You Me At Six to perform with them at one point, which the crowd went crazy for, as one can imagine. Overall the band performed fantastically well and the lively crowd and DVD will be evidence to that.