All Time Low: Live in Manila had been a highly anticipated event for fans in the Philippines. Smart Araneta Coliseum was filled with Filipino Hustlers, all of whom felt like dancing to the sound of the awaited band.
The show started with a few songs from the local band, Typecast. Many fans could not hold in their excitement as they repeatedly chanted for All Time Low to make their first appearance. They did not disappoint as they opened their show with “Do You Want Me (Dead?)”. The energy in the room was unbelievable. Many female fans had even brought a plethora of bras, panties, and the like just to throw at the stage. Jack Barakat, the lead guitarist, even collected all of the “gifts” and displayed them on his microphone stand to show his appreciation.
The band played songs from various albums like “Coffee Shop Soundtrack” and “Jasey Rae.” They led the crowd with catchy songs that people could just dance to like “Poppin’ Champagne”, “I Feel Like Dancin’”, and “Time Bomb”.
The energy levels from both the crowd and the band were almost tangible. Barakat even said that the Manila show was one of “the best in their career”.
The show was beyond amazing, and it was a night wherein it did not matter whether one was in VIP section or up in the General Admission section; everyone could say that All Time Low: Live in Manila brought them to all time highs. It was a night no hustler will ever forget.