The two bands will close out the summer concert season at the Pavilion at
The show begins at
Alumni of Montage perennial concert event the Vans Warped Tour, Fall Out Boy and Paramore have recorded numerous catchy hit singles over the past decade.
Consisting of veterans of
The band went on hiatus in 2009 and didn't return until the release of its 2013 album, "Save Rock and Roll," which yielded the hits "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)" and "Alone Together."
Fall Out Boy bassist
"We're far more open now to doing something that's probably outside of what people consider our genre,"
"Part of your deal as an artist is you have to play music and create art that your audience is going to enjoy, but at the same time you have to push the envelope in directions maybe your fans aren't comfortable with."
"As long as you do things that are authentic to you, you can do whatever you want," he said. "We're focused on the curation of ideas, as much as creating albums."
Formed a decade ago in
Following the departure of two members, Paramore, like Fall Out Boy, took an extended break before releasing 2013's self-titled album. So far, it's produced two huge radio hits, "Still Into You" and "Ain't It Fun," a funky R&B workout that sounds like it could have been recorded in the early 1990s.
"It should always be a surprise. You should never assume a single is going to be a big hit. But this is a shock to all of us,"
No doubt, fans will hear that and all the band's other hits at Montage next weekend,
"It's going to be really explosive and really exciting. Setlists, I agonize over setlists every tour," she said. "For us, we just have to put on the best Paramore show ever."
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If you go
Who: Fall Out Boy and Paramore's Monumentour
Where: Pavilion at
Details: Tickets are
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