Prepare to relive your teenage years — the All-American Rejects are coming to the Burlington Sound of Music festival this summer, and they're going to perform all of your favourite hits.
The festival recently announced that the band would be performing on Saturday, June 9 as part of a ticketed show at Spencer Smith Park by the city's waterfront. The will be joined by pop group Everclear, as well as a line-up of country acts to perform the following day on Sunday, June 10.
The All-American Rejects were one of the most popular bands in the 2000s, during a time of Myspace and MSN Messenger. The group of four from Oklahoma helped many millennials get through those difficult teenage years, with hits like "Dirty Little Secret," "Move Along" and "It Ends Tonight."
Together, they've sold over 10 million records worldwide and will be releasing new music very soon.
Tickets for the Friday show are $65, but early bird tickets have already sold out. You can still grab a pair during the general sale, or check out the free portion of the festival from June 14 to 17.
For more information, visit soundofmusic.ca.