By Vicky Branca
Blue Hills Bank Pavilion in the seaport of Boston, MA was the place to be Sunday night (8/6) as The All American Rejects, Dashboard Confessional, and The Maine were in town.
Despite having a quick, 7 song set, The Maine pulled in quite a crowd and die hard fans radiated excitement when the AZ natives crossed the stage.
Even while battling a fever, lead singer John O'Callaghan charmed the crowd and sang cult favorite songs like Am I Pretty, even pulling up a fan named Michaela to help him sing Girls Do What They Want. Without a flaw. While the set was short, The Maine captivated the crowd and created a fun, passionate start to the night.
The All American Rejects created a nostalgic buzz as people rushed to their seats and made sure to snap videos of iconic songs such as "Gives You Hell" "Swing Swing" "Move Along" and more.
Dressed in a blue, 70s era pantsuit, Tyson Ritter held an interesting stage presence and the set brought fans of all ages together.
And of course, Dashboard Confessional wooed the venue with their heartbreaking yet relatable lyrics. The legendary band pulled in quite the crowd and fans sang along with gusto.
Overall, the weather was warm yet breezy and the music was loud and inviting. It was the perfect summer concert.
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