The Used sell out Baltimore Soundstage on their tour to celebrate their 20th Anniversary.

The Used sold out the Baltimore Soundstage on February 7th on their current tour where they play a setlist that is dedicated to the "OG fans," as said by frontman Bert McCracken. He made a small speech about the band's 20 year anniversary and how thankful they were that they could still be here after all these years because of the fans. Repeatedly throughout the night he asked if there were any OG fans in the crowd as the band proceeded to play a ton of songs from In Love in Death, Lies for Liars and their self-titled record. Personal favorites from the setlist were "All That I've Got," "I Caught Fire," "The Bird and the Worm," "I'm A Fake," "Listening," "Pretty Handsome Awkward," and "The Taste of Ink." The entire night was absolutely wild with the crowd going nuts the entire time with mosh pits and crowd surfing. There was not a single time where the crowd was still, continuously singing back every word. Bert also continued to tease the possibility that they will be opening for MCR on their fall tour several times. This was one of the best shows I have been to in a while because the energy in the room stayed consistent, and it was clear the band was extremely happy to be there.

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Remaining Tour Dates:

Feb. 18 - Dallas, Texas @ Gas Monkey Feb. 19 - Austin, Texas @ Mohawk Feb. 21 - Albuquerque, N.M. @ Sunshine Theater Feb. 22 - Phoenix, Ariz. @ Crescent Ballroom