The Parks and Devastation tour recently stopped by the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles bringing along A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, Chiodos, and Motionless In White all in one shiny package. Due to issues with the barricade and a super active sold-out crowd, venue security didn’t allow anyone in the pit for Chiodos but luckily all issues were sorted by the time Bring Me The Horizon hit the stage. Bring Me The Horizon is one of the best live acts to see right now and their show this night was proof of that. Their fans clung to each and every word and didn’t stop until the band left the stage. Their setlist was on point and even featured an old fan favorite, “Alligator Blood.” A Day To Remember is a band that I caught recently for the first time. Seeing them a second time was a definite treat. The energy in the venue continuously escalated as the night went on and reached its breaking point when A Day To Remember frontman Jeremy McKinnon climbed inside his inflatable plastic ball and ran around the entire crowd. Of course, the Macarena they played mid-show before this happened had the crowd pretty excited already. Do yourself a favor and see the tour when it comes to a town near you -dates are here.