Sweet 98.5 Not So Silent Night

Fitz and the Tantrums w/ All Time Low

Nov 30, 2017 at 8:00PM - 11:00PM
  • 7pm
  • Reserved Seating $25-$75; VIP Packages $125
  • Floor Front Rows $75
    Premium Floor/Premium Bowl $55
    Standard Floor/Standard Bowl $39
    Rear Bowl $25
    Club Sections $55
    Brand Zones $25
    VIP Package $125
    (Early Entry, VIP Lanyard, Premium Seating and Meet & Greet Experience with both bands)

    Luxury Suite Rental (tickets / parking passes / $100 food catering credit)
    16 Ticket Package (min) // $960
    24 Ticket package (max) // $1,440

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Sweet 98.5 Not So Silent Night

About the Event

Sweet 98.5’s Not So Silent Night 2017 featuring Fitz and The Tantrums with special guest All Time Low on Thursday, November 30th. Tickets are available Friday, October 13 at 10AM at the Ralston Arena box office or RalstonArena.com. Doors at 7:00pm and show at 8:00pm.

“We felt incredibly validated by the reception to More Than Just A Dream,” says the band’s co-vocalist Michael “Fitz” Fitzpatrick. “We knew we could pull from many different styles and create a truly hybrid form of music, and do it in a way that felt authentic. At that point, we felt even more empowered to do whatever we wanted creatively.” But when it came time to write the songs for Fitz and the Tantrums’ third album, it became clear to Fitz and his co-vocalist Noelle Scaggs that they were suffering from a classic case of writer’s block.

Since forming in 2008, Fitz and the Tantrums have always been a band hell-bent on evolving. Having made a splash with the soulful R&B-revival sound of their debut album, 2010’s Pickin’ Up The Pieces (released on Dangerbird Records), the band offered up a New Wave-influenced dance-pop sound with its Elektra Records debut, 2013’s Heatseekers No. 1 More Than Just A Dream, which featured the gold-certified and #1 Alternative Radio singles “The Walker” and “Out of My League.” The album’s success sent Fitz and the Tantrums on a two-year touring odyssey, which enabled the Los Angeles-based sextet — known for its explosive, no-holds barred live shows — to cement themselves as one of the country’s hottest live acts. 

Combining with the Nostalgia that is All Time Low, throughout the course of six albums, the band has earned four Top 10 debuts on the Billboard Top 200, peaking at #2. Their catalog of anthems includes the platinum-certified “Dear Maria, Count Me In” and gold-certified “Weightless” and “A Love Like War [feat. Vic Fuentes],” which received the highest honor of “Song of the Year” at the 2014 Alternative Press Music Awards. To date, they’ve garnered five Alternative Press Music Awards, five KERRANG! Awards, and been crowned “Best Pop Punk Band” at the Top In Rock Awards. 


By returning to those warm feelings of wide-eyed wonder from childhood, bottling them up tight, and distilling them with years of wisdom, evolution becomes seamless. On their seventh full-length album and first for Fueled By Ramen Last Young Renegade, All Time Low take the next step on a journey they began back in their hometown of Towson, Maryland during 2003. Alight by analog synthesizers, cinematic soundscapes, and a lyrical journey lived through the eyes of a character known as the “Last Young Renegade,” the chart-topping platinum-certified quartet—Alex Gaskarth [lead vocals, rhythm guitar], Jack Barakat [lead guitar, backing vocals], Zack Merrick [bass guitar, backing vocals], and Rian Dawson [drums]—looked back in order to move forward.