It’s no secret that legendary pop punk band Blink-182 has moved forward without co-founding singer-guitarist Tom Delonge, but the revamped lineup featuring Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba in place of Delonge is proving that sometimes change can be a good thing.
The band’s newest album California is receiving rave reviews with it reaching #1 on the Billboard Top 200, Us Top Alternative and US Top Rock charts so it was no surprise that many of their dates on the current tour were sold out so quickly.

Blink-182 packed out the Ascend Amphitheater for their first show in Nashville since 2001. The setlist included well known classics like “Feeling This”, “What’s My Age Again?” and “All the Small Things” as well as deeper cuts like “M+M’s” and “Carousel” for the diehard fans and several new songs off their newest album including “Los Angeles” and “Bored to Death.” Supporting acts A Day to Remember and All American Rejects rounded off the lineup nicely and even brought a younger generation of pop-punk fans to the mix, making this concert the perfect way to end the summer.


Feeling This
What’s My Age Again?
Family Reunion
The Rock Show
First Date
I Miss You
Bored to Death
Built This Pool
Reckless Abandon
Stay Together for the Kids
No Future
Not Now
Dysentery Gary
Happy Holidays, You Bastard

21. Los Angeles
22. All the Small Things
23. Brohemian Rhapsody
24. Dammit


A Day to Remember

All American Rejects

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Jenn Devereaux
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Jenn Devereaux is a concert photographer/writer based in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, covering concerts and festivals for She is also known as "Bianca Bullet" in the Roller Derby world!

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