All Time Low Crew:
|Tour/Production Manager||Matthew Flyzik|
|Assistant Tour Manager||Matthew Colussy|
|FOH Mixing Engineer||Evan Kirkendall|
|MON Mixing Engineer||Daniel Nickleski|
|Stage Manager||Fred Yanda|
|System Engineer||Lars Schlaepfer|
|Monitor System Engineer||Adam Collins|
Pop-punk band All Time Low from Baltimore knew they could trust Clair to provide the right equipment, personnel and tour support to get the job done during their sold out UK tour.
Evan Kirkendall, the band’s long-time FOH mixing engineer, worked closely with Clair Lititz & Concert Sound Clair in Luton to design a flexible sound system configured for all the venues on the tour schedule – from the 1,500-capacity 53 Degrees in Preston to the 5,200-capacity HMV Apollo. The Clair sound system consisted of (24) Clair i-3 line array enclosures, (12) Clair BT-218 sublow enclosures, and (4) Clair FF-2 front enclosures. When the time came for ATL to perform at the HMV Apollo, Clair brought in an additional (8) i-3’s & (6) BT-218’s to handle the massive sold out crowd of screaming fans.
Additionally, Evan was able to take out a Midas Pro 6 for his FOH console. He created all show files at Clair Lititz and arrived in the UK ready to rock.
Monitor mixing duties were handled by Daniel Nickleski using an Avid VENUE Profile as his console of choice. Although the band is strictly on IEM’s with no wedges, (4) Clair BT-218’s are used to provide added low-end to the stage. Drummer Rian Dawson chose (2) Clair i-5b’s as his drum sub of choice after auditioning several options at Clair Lititz.
After completing their successful UK tour, the band continues touring this winter behind their album Dirty Work, supporting Simple Plan in Canada before jumping onto this summer’s Warped Tour.