Three Headed MonsTOUR feat. Hawthorne Heights, Mest, and The Ataris on March 13 at 7 p.m.

Theatre of Living Arts

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In a Nutshell

Hawthorne Heights perform If Only You Were Lonely in its entirety on this pop-punk tour co-starring Mest and The Ataris

The Fine Print

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The Deal

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Three Headed MonsTOUR

  • Hawthorne Heights: This Dayton quintet’s pastiche of pop-punk and post-hardcore rock delivers sonic catharsis in the form of singles such as “Saying Sorry” and “Where Can I Stab Myself in the Ears,” both of which appear on 2006’s If Only You Were Lonely. In honor of its 10th anniversary, the Heights will play that album in its entirety on this tour.
  • Mest: Frontman Tony Lavato and the original lineup of this Illinois-bred pop-punk-ska outfit unleash the primal energy that made them favorites of the Vans Warped Tour. Before the show, fans should check out their self-released 2014 album, Broken Down.
  • The Ataris: Seamlessly blending the caffeinated catharsis of emo and skate-punk, this Indiana band went gold in 2003 with the fan-favorite So Long, Astoria, featuring their un-Henleyed take on Don Henley’s “The Boys of Summer.”
  • Also Appearing: Handguns | London Falling

Customer Reviews

Easy to use tickets and it was a great show
Kathleen M. · 2 days ago
Great lawn seats Rod Stewart and Cyndi lauper they both looked good. On a Summer right Good weather n music..
Joann T. · 2 days ago
Awesome concert!! I was asked if I would like to meet Nickelback and have a photo taken with them and once I realized I wasn't being punked I accepted the offer, I mean who wouldn't lol. They are so incredibly nice and I even got a hug from Chad Kroeger. After the meet and greet I went back to watch the show. Chris Daughtry was fantastic and Nickelback was incredible. The employees at the venue were all very nice and helpful which is truly appreciated because I am in a wheelchair. Since I was alone they helped me get to the seating area and put me in a spot that had the perfect view of the stage and I took some great pics and videos. It was a night I will never forget!!!
Kellie M. · 4 days ago

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