A Day to Remember set to rock Mohegan Sun Arena
There is a note online about A Day to Remember’s Friday concert at Mohegan Sun Arena:
“Floor is standing general admission. There will be NO chairs on the floor!”
Of COURSE there will be no chairs — fans need their mosh pit.
A Day to Remember has a sound that calls on metalcore and pop punk, and it has a devoted audience base. The group has sold more than a million units, with two of their albums and singles hitting gold status (meaning at least 500,000 units for albums and one million for singles).
The band, hailing from Ocala, Florida, has shifted lineups a bit but now features vocalist Jeremy McKinnon, lead guitarist Kevin Skaff, drummer Alex Shelnutt, rhythm guitarist Neil Westfall, and bassist Joshua Woodard.
A Day to Remember, 6:30 p.m. Friday, Mohegan Sun Arena; with I Prevail, Beartooth, and Can’t Swim; $25-$45; 1-800-745-3000.
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