8123 Tour Recap

8123 Tour Back-to-Back in Chicago
I got to see Brighten, This Century, A Rocket to the Moon and The Maine last Friday and Saturday night at the Bottom Lounge in Chicago! It was my first time at the venue, but certainly won’t be my last.

This was my first time seeing Brighten and This Century. I’ll admit Brighten‘s music was a little slow, but I had been listening to This Century‘s album, Sound of Fire the days leading up to the concert and they sounded great!

I shocked and sad to hear that this is the last tour for A Rocket to the Moon. Even though this news was heart-wrenching, it was great to be able to see them on their last run.

And of course, The Maine was just as great, if not better than ever. Their set list included a nice blend of old and new tunes, including:

  • Love & Drugs
  • Into Your Arms
  • These Four Words
  • Heroine
  • Whoever She Is
  • Happy
  • Girls Just Wanna Have Fun (cover)
  • Some Days
  • Inside of You
  • Misery
  • Count ’em One, Two Three

Check out the photo gallery from the 8123 Tour below and if you didn’t read my interview with John O’Callaghan, you probably should click here!

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(Photos: © Jenna Salak)

Remaining Tour Dates:
There are only a few shows left as part of the 8123 Tour and a select few have already sold out! Make sure to get your tickets to one of the following venues before it’s too late!

P.S. Don’t forget it’s your last chance to see A Rocket to the Moon! Make sure to pick up some merch at the show or shop my picks below:



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2 responses to “8123 Tour Recap

  1. Brian

    it was not your first time seeing this century we saw them with the maine at the rave when we were in the basement.

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