Pop punk band Fall Out Boy took over the Mophie Stage this weekend at the Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The Friday night concert was emceed by comedian Jim Florentine, with Danish trio New Politics opening up for Fall Out Boy.
Best known for their songs “Harlem” and “Tonight You’re Perfect,” New Politics warmed up the crowd with their unique blend of punk, pop and dance rock. Next, Fall Out Boy hit the Mophie Stage filling the packed Boulevard Pool with their melody-drenched tunes and deep-feeling choruses. The Chicago-based group treated fans to a set mixing their classic songs, such as “This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race” and “Sugar, We’re Goin Down,” with hits from their newest album Save Rock and Roll, including “Young Volcanoes, My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark” and the title hit “Save Rock and Roll”. Fall Out Boy returned to the stage for an encore, performing a a cover of Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” and “Thanks Fr Th Mmrs”. Fall Out Boy and New Politics are currently touring the U.S. on the “Monumentour” For dates and cities, visit falloutboy.com.
Upcoming performances at the Boulevard Pool include Interpol on Aug. 21; Brad Paisley’s Moonshine In the Trunk Pool Party with Love and Theft, Leah Turner & Dee Jay Silver on Aug. 27; Theophilus London on Aug. 28; Kendrick Lamar on Sept. 6; Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaires on Sept. 18; HAERTS on Oct. 2, Dum Dum Girls on Oct. 9 and Nas: Illmatic 20 Year Anniversary Concert on Oct. 17. Tickets start at $5 and can purchased online at cosmopolitan.com.
The Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is a dynamic outdoor entertainment venue offering unparalleled views of the Las Vegas Strip. The Boulevard Pool offers guests a dayclub experience, amazing live entertainment at night and seasonal activities like dive-in summer movies and ice skating in the winter.