Tonight’s Concert Picks: Blink-182 at BB&T Pavilion, William H. Travis at Ortlieb’s, York Street Hustle at The Foundry

Blink-182 | Photo by John Vettese for WXPN
Blink-182 | Photo by John Vettese for WXPN

Punk legends Blink-182 bring their new album California to the Camden waterfront tonight when they’re joined by All Time Low and A Day To Remember at BB&T Pavilion. Despite the departure of founding member Tom DeLonge, the band’s seventh studio album has had pretty sizable success on the charts. Take a listen to its lead single “Bored To Death” below and head to the XPN Concert Calendar for tickets to the show.

Lehigh Valley singer-songwriter William H. Travis takes the stage at Ortlieb’s tonight, where he’ll join The Levee Drivers and Miles Nielsen and the Rusted Hearts. Travis, a Bethlehem native and Temple grad, just released a new single “Long Ways Down.” The track follows up his 2013 debut Port, which is available below. For more info on the 21+ show, head here.

The York Street Hustle will bring their “foot stomping, house rocking, hip shaking, 1960s soul” to the Foundry tonight. Based on the video below, I’d say there’s a 100% percent chance of it being lit. More details on the gig can be found here.

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