Sum 41 takes stage in Atlanta for final time

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The energy at Coca-Cola Roxy-Atlanta was on another level when Sum 41 took the stage for their final world Tour Of The Setting Sun. Sum 41 set the stage on fire, literally, with pyrotechnics and confetti cannons that ignited the crowd from opening song to last note. “Motivation” started the show followed by “The Hell Song,” which threw fans into a frenzy that couldn’t be contained. “Landmines,” the first single of their new album Heaven :x: Hell immortalizes Sum 41 as a top punk-rock band that has been consistent for three decades.

During the set, Deryck announced to the crowd that Heaven :x: Hell would be their last studio album. The crowd began to reject the claim with boos. Deryck reacts by saying, “Those boos sound so beautiful, thank you for supporting us for 30 years!” and followed the announcement with “Dopamine” that lit the fire of the show again.

With high anticipation, “Fat Lip” stood and delivered the test of time. The fans echoed every word, crowd surfed and moshed to the lyrics that captured our youth. Whether you were getting kicked out of parking lots for skating, or walking the school hallways with your headphones blasting; the classics didn’t miss. “Rise Up” off their new album; delivered an anthemic sound with introspective lyricism and exquisite instrumentation. Sum 41 ended the night with “In Too Deep,” which put a perfect closing to a perfect show.

Limited tickets are still available for the Tour Of The Setting Sun and are available on the bands website, here.

Thank you Sum 41 for entertaining us for so long and always pushing the limits. Best wishes to all of you!

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