PHOTOS: A Day to Remember, I Prevail deliver hyped up performances during Michigan stop

ADTR tours ahead of new album

A Day to Remember frontman Jeremy McKinnon performs at the EMU Convocation Center in Ypsilanti, Mich. on Nov. 16, 2019. (Amber Ainsworth/WDIV)

YPSILANTI, Mich. – A Day to Remember and I Prevail delivered explosive performances Saturday at the Eastern Michigan Convocation Center.

The bands, as well as Can’t Swim and Beartooth, took the stage in Ypsilanti during the Degenerates Tour in support of ADTR’s upcoming album. It was a hometown show for I Prevail, who released a new album earlier this year.

I Prevail’s heavy performance prepared the crowd for a long set from ADTR.

ADTR only played two new songs during the show -- “Degenerates” and “Rescue Me,” a Marshmello track featuring ADTR.

The band is expected to release “You’re Welcome” early next year. The album was originally slated to be dropped Nov. 15, but the group announced the release would be pushed back because it wasn’t finished. When ADTR posted that the album was delayed, they said new music would be coming soon.

ADTR’s set included a good mix of songs from the band’s discography, performed on a stage that included pyro and confetti -- as expected at an A Day to Remember show.

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