Since its 2007 release “So Wrong It’s Right” shot it into the spotlight, pop-punk outfit All Time Low has been gracing national stages (including the Vans Warped Tour) and finding itself sharing the spotlight with similar acts such as Motion City Soundtrack, the Early November and Plain White Ts. Now with its fourth studio album, “Dirty Work,” just released, the group is taking the stage — this time taking the headlining spot its members have worked so hard to attain. All Time Low performs at the National on Thursday, July 28, at 6:30 p.m. $20-$23. 612-1900.
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