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All Time Low Announce Nothing Personal 10-Year Anniversary Shows And Album

All Time Low have revealed that It’s Still Nothing Personal: A Ten Year Tribute is on the way…

With All Time Lows brilliant third album Nothing Personal turning 10 years old back in July, the Baltimore pop-punks have not only announced a re-recorded version of the record to celebrate its anniversary, but also three U.S. tour dates in which they will perform it in its entirety.

In a series of tweets, the band say: 

Hey all, it’s been 10 years since Nothing Personal came out, and you know what? It’s Still Nothing Personal. Get it? Ok good. Anyway! We’ll be playing the album in its entirety in 3 cities across the country this December: LA, Chicago, and Sayreville, NJ.

Tickets go on sale this Friday (Hustlers, check the site for your presale info…), and we cant wait to see you!

10 years after first releasing Nothing Personal, we returned to Red Bull Studios in LA to revisit the making of the album. It’s Still Nothing Personal: A Ten Year Tribute features all new recordings of the classic album.

Read this next: All Time Low’s Jack Barakat is ready to show the world a whole new side of himself

While we were there, we filmed the entire recording process and checked in with a few familar faces for a documentary about the album. It’s Still Nothing Personal: A Ten Year Tribute available everywhere November 8.”

Catch All Time Low live at the following:

December

16 Los Angeles, CA
20 Chicago, IL
27 Sayreville, NJ 

All Time Low Nothing Personal 10 Year Anniversary Tour
Posted on September 25th 2019, 10:50a.m.
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