PHOTOS: Fall Out Boy, The Maine, and Daisy Grenade in Austin, Texas


Article and photos by: Alicia Barr

Fall Out Boy, with openers Daisy Grenade, The Maine, and Jimmy Eat World (not pictured), brought smoke and fire to Austin’s Moody Center on Friday with their So Much For (2our) Dust concert tour.

Fall Out Boy’s performance started strong with pyrotechnics of fire and fireworks, as fans sang along to one of their hits, “Love From the Other Side”. The screening fans felt the heat from the stage as bassist Pete Wentz shot flames from his bass guitar, and fog surrounded the band.

The scorching 27-song set list included their own songs, including some of their most popular hits such as “The Phoenix”, “Sugar, We’re Going Down,” “Dance, Dance”, “Centuries,” and “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light ‘Em Up),” as well as a few covers such as, “Don’t Stop Me Now”, and “Crazy Train”.

The tour continues to Oklahoma City, OK, and ends in Minneapolis, MN. Tour dates and tickets can be found on their website, here.

See photos below!

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