Photos / Review: Mayday Parade celebrates 10 Years of “A Lesson In Romantics” in Anaheim

Who: “A Lesson in Romantics 10th Anniversary” Tour – Mayday Parade, Knuckle Puck, Milestones (UK)

Where: House of Blues, Anaheim, California

When: April 7, 2017

Mayday Parade collectively made their debut to the scene 10 years ago with their release of the album A Lesson in Romantics and on Friday, the band celebrated the album’s anniversary in the newly built House of Blues in the Anaheim Gardenwalk.

The band played the album from front to back in Orange County with support from the bands Knuckle Puck and Milestones. Pop punk was definitely alive in Anaheim as all three bands delivered performances that made for a memorable night.

The night was an emotional roller coaster as Mayday Parade played upbeat songs from their album such as “Jamie All Over,” as well as slower and melancholy driven hits like “Miserable At Best.”

The album itself created countless of memories for fans of all ages and it does not seem like Mayday Parade is slowing down anytime soon.

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Post and photos by Matt Saunders (Twitter Instagram / Website)

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My name is Matt and I am a photographer/staff writer for this site. I'm a writer, photographer, musician, gear enthusiasts, and dreamer. My favorite genres are nü metal, indie pop/rock and pop punk. Other than music, dogs and burritos make me happy.

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