All American Rejects Tickets

 Known for their hit singles like Move Along, It Ends Tonight, and Swing Swing, All American Rejects currently enjoys a huge fan following in different parts of the world. The band came to existence back in 1999 and their current lineup comprises of Tyson Ritter, Mike Kennerly, Nick Wheeler and Chris Gaylor. The past members of the band include Jesse Tabish and Tim Campbell. By far, the group has released a total of four studio albums, with the latest one being the Kids in the Street. After selling over ten million units all over the world, the group has been ranked at the #183 spot Billboard 200 Artists of the Decade list on the Billboard Magazine, apart from taking the #73 spot on Hot 100 Artists of the 2000s list. Other than enjoying huge amount of success for their studio recording, All American Rejects is also famous for their highly energetic live performances. That's precisely the reason why All American Rejects tickets sell out pretty fast during their touring dates, so grab your deal before the stock runs out.

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Y98 Mistletoe Show: All Time Low, Fitz and the Tantrums & The All-American Rejects Family Arena Saint Charles Saturday
12/2/2017 6:30 PM

About All American Rejects

The group was originally formed by Ritter and Wheeler after they got acquainted with each other at a club back in 1997. Together they decided to form a band and named it All American Rejects. While both of them were still studying in high school, they recorded a demo tape along with Jesse Tabish as their vocalist. However, Tabish parted his way later on from the group the band recorded and sent their Same Girl, New Songs EP  Doghouse Records. As soon as their effort was revealed to the owner at the label, they were offered their first record deal. Soon they found themselves recording their self titled debut album along with the producer Tim O’Hier in 2001. The group released Swing, Swing as their debut single by the end of 2002. Later after some more band members for their live performances, the group was offered a record deal by DreamWorkd Records, which they accepted. After performing eight shows, their debut LP was then released by DreamWorks and it took #25 spot on Billboard 200 afterwards. The group went on its first headlining tour back in 2003, and called it Too Bad for Hell Tour.  Around that time they also performed at the Vans Warped Tour, and again in 2005.
After gaining enough exposure and popularity with their debut release, the group headed back to studio to record their second studio album. Produced by Howard Benson, Move Along was released as group’s second studio album while Dirty Little Secret was released as album’s lead single. The title track from the album was released at the second single in 2006 and remained at the top spot for four days on the Total Request Live. It Ends Tonight was released as the third single from the album and that was followed by their Tournado Tour. By the end of the year 2006, the group started penning songs for their upcoming release. For one song on the album, The Future has Arrived, the group also worked in collaboration with Danny Elfman. September 30, 2008 saw the release of groups lead single Gives You Hell from their third album When the World Comes Down. Shortly after the release the single took the #1 spot on Billboard Pop Charts and landed them an induction in the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame. Later on, the group kicked off their Gives You Hell Tour.
The group started writing new material for their fourth studio release by the mid of the year 2010. Beekeeper’s Daughter was released as the album’s lead single and later Kids in the Street was released as the album’s second single. The album itself came out on March 26, 2012. Following the release of their fourth studio album, the group is currently on road to help promote their recent release. So don’t miss out on the opportunity of catching them live in your city by grabbing your cheap All American Rejects tickets right here. 

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