Pop-punk quartet All Time Low is entering an all-time high in its young career and celebrating with an extensive headline tour this fall. Currently...

Pop-punk quartet All Time Low is entering an all-time high in its young career and celebrating with an extensive headline tour this fall. Currently set at 34 dates, the Glamour Kills Tour begins October 15 at Webster Theater in Hartford, CT, and ends December 6 at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA.

The tour spans more than seven weeks and completes a couple coast-to-coast circuits within the United States. Gig stops are on the books for October 19 at NorVa in Norfolk, VA; October 28 at the House of Blues in Houston, TX; November 13 at Roseland Theater in Portland, OR; November 23-24 at the House of Blues in Chicago, IL; and December 3 at the House of Blues in Boston, MA.

The outing includes support from We The Kings, Hey Monday and The Friday Night Boys. Public onsales have already started for select dates on the outing, but presales are also available through the official band fan club, The Hustler Club.

All Time Low is touring behind its third studio album, “Nothing Personal,” released on July 7. The effort debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200, a personal best for the group, while also topping the publication’s Rock, Alternative and Independent album charts.

“The release of ‘Nothing Personal’ has been insane and I’ve barely had any time to sleep. But honestly, I couldn’t be happier at the same time. So stoked about the way things have been going,” said band member Jack Barakat on the group’s official MySpace page, adding, “Never ever did I think my band would get to this point so I wake up every morning feeling like the luckiest guy in the world.”

All Time Low is in the midst of a hectic touring schedule, which includes the band’s current run on the Vans Warped Tour. When that festival ends its season on August 23 in Los Angeles, the Baltimore-based rockers will stay on the road for mtvU‘s brief VMA Tour of national Six Flags amusement parks, followed by an early fall headline tour of the UK supported by The Audition.

All Time Low itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

October 15Hartford, CTWebster Theater
October 16Providence, RILupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
October 18Washington, DC9:30 Club
October 19Norfolk, VANorVa
October 21Charlotte, NCFillmore Charlotte
October 22North Myrtle Beach, SCHouse of Blues
October 23Atlanta, GAThe Tabernacle
October 24Fort Lauderdale, FLRevolution
October 25Lake Buena Vista, FLHouse of Blues
October 26St. Petersburg, FLJannus Landing
October 28Houston, TXHouse of Blues
October 29San Antonio, TXSunset Station Lonestar Pavilion
October 30Austin, TXLa Zona Rosa
October 31Grand Prairie, TXNokia Theatre at Grand Prairie *
November 1New Orleans, LAVoodoo Experience
November 4Tucson, AZRialto Theatre
November 5Tempe, AZThe Marquee
November 13Portland, ORRoseland Theater
November 14Seattle, WAShowbox at the Market
November 15Spokane, WAKnitting Factory Concert House
November 17Boise, IDKnitting Factory Concert House
November 18Murray, UTMurray Theater
November 19Englewood, COGothic Theatre
November 20Kansas City, MOBeaumont Club
November 21St. Louis, MOThe Pageant
November 23 – 24Chicago, ILHouse of Blues
November 25St. Paul, MNMyth
November 27Milwaukee, WIEagles Ballroom
November 28Cincinnati, OHBogart’s
November 29Detroit, MIThe Fillmore Detroit
December 3Boston, MAHouse of Blues
December 5Clifton Park, NYNorthern Lights
December 6Philadelphia, PAElectric Factory

* with Boys Like Girls