LØLØ and Four Year Strong played first and got the crowd pumped up and ready for the night ahead. Then pop-punk sensation State Champs took the stage and the audience absolutely lost their minds. State Champs had a beautiful light show specifically curated to each song on the setlist, and performed with such fun energy. Each member has so much fun on the stage, you can really tell they enjoy performing. For the last song of their set, Greg James, Boys Like Girls' bassist, joined State Champs for Ben Barlow's verse in "Everybody but You."
Boys Like Girls came on soon after and the crowd was enamored, singing along to every song like no other. It felt like we were in a late 2000's night club. There were some technical difficulties with the sound a couple times, but the band pulled though them to keep the show going! BLG played a big mix of old and new music which got the fans hyped. When the time came for them to play their iconic hit "The Great Escape," they prefaced the track telling the crowd to record only the first part of the song, then they restarted the song and asked fans to put their phones away for the song so the fans could enjoy the full song "Warped Tour style". They also added a partial medley to it with the song they opened the set with "Love Drunk." As the night ended, Martin Johnson, BLG's lead singer, came out for one last song: "Two Is Better Than One," which sent an emotional wave throughout the room.
All Images of Boys Like Girls, State Champs, Four Year Strong, and LØLØ via Nolan Fisher