Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill | Sterling Heights, Michigan
The news that the All American Rejects are hitting the road for their "Wet, Hot, All-American Summer Tour" has sent fans absolutely crazy with excitement, as this is the band's first tour in nearly a decade. Beginning on August 11 at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre, the tour will visit 27 cities across the United States before ending on October 14 at the Zoo Amphitheatre with support from New Found Glory and The Get Up Kids. Now it's coming to you, and you should not miss this stop at the Freedom Hill Amphitheatre on Tuesday, August 22, 2023, because it's going to be one helluva show. Get your tickets from this website as soon as possible before they sell out. Trust us when we tell you, it will be insanely awesome to party with some of the coolest fans ever at the best venue ever, and of course, with the best talent on stage as well.
It was in 1999 when the All American Rejects formed, and their music was like a breath of fresh air in what was becoming a rather stale industry. Their self-titled studio debut album was a hit when it was released in 2002 and brought their name into the mainstream, along with the hit single “Swing, Swing” from that album. The group was then signed to DreamWorks Records, and a reissue of their debut single was done on a broader scale, bringing even more attention to the band.
In 2005, the band's "Move Along" sophomore album was released, solidifying the group's legendary status and securing their legion of devoted fans from all over the world. From that album, hit singles like "Move Along," "Dirty Little Secret," and "It Ends Tonight" all reached the top 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Additionally, it was certified as double platinum.
With 2008 came the band's third album, “When the World Comes Down,” which brought the band gold status for that album and the band's biggest and arguably best song, “Give You Hell.” That single moved up the ranks on the Billboard Hot 100 all the way to number 4. A fourth album released in 2011 titled “Kids in the Street” spawned yet more hits such as “Someday's Gone,” “Beekeeper's Daughter,” “Kids” in the Street," and “Heartbeat Slowing Down.”
The AAR have a plethora of awards and nominations too, including those from the Teen Choice Awards, MTV Music Video Awards, and UK Music Awards, and was even inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.
With over 10 million album sales, it should come as no surprise that they have cemented themselves in the industry with legendary status influences huge numbers of creates and amassing huge amounts of devoted fans.
Tickets to the show are going to sellout very quickly so be sure to grab yours right HERE and NOW buy clicking the “GET TICKETS” button. The last thing you want is to miss out on this very rare opportunity to party with the All American Rejects and their special guests, New Found Glory, and The Get Up Kids. So act immediately to avoid disappointment.