Save Rock and Roll Tour: Fall Out Boy, Panic! At the Disco and Twenty One Pilots

I think you’ve heard me enough saying that I love and live for concerts. So, of course when I heard that Fall Out Boy was coming to Toronto, I knew I had to go (another complete on my bucket list!). My friend had connections to the Echo Beach venue where they were playing, and we got tickets and just went as simple as that. We went to the venue pretty late, and loafted there for a while because we had to be escorted into the venue gates. When we got there, the front of the stage was already heavily packed, which sort of ruined my vibe. Plus, it was slightly drizzling and rather cold for day. We stayed to the left of the stage, pretty close, but in my opinion not close enough. The concert started and let me tell you, I was blown away. I hate to say it, but I was crazy fangirling, and my friend and I pushed ourselves through the crowd (I’m sorry, I hate people like me too) and by the end of the night, we were basically right in front of the stage. Yup, I felt like I was playing rugby during the concert, with the constant pushing and let’s not begin about the sweaty bodies. Fans were crazy, and so was I, that’s what made it such a memorable night. And oh, saving rock and roll was pretty rad too. Here are just some photos highlighting the wicked night.



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