Australian punk-rock outfit Tonight Alive doesn't hold back at their high-energy live performances -- lead singer Jenna McDougall jumps around the stage with abandon as she belts out the lyrics to songs like “Breaking and Entering” and "The Edge" while the band shreds out hard-hitting solos. Whether they're working the crowd to get everyone pumped or tearing through instrumental breakdowns on their cover of Mumford & Sons' "Little Lion Man", Tonight Alive are guaranteed to get fans' hands in the air on their lively tours.
Sydney-based Tonight Alive was formed in 2008 by Jenna McDougall, Whakaio Taahi, Jake Hardy, Cam Adler, and Matt Best. They spent their first year creating their driving punk-pop sound and playing local all-ages shows before hitting the studio to record their debut What Are You So Scared Of?, which featured punk legends like Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 and Benji Madden of Good Charlotte. In support of the release, Tonight Alive embarked on several tours with rockers Forever the Sickest Kids, Rufio, and Simple Plan, attracting hundreds of thousands of new fans throughout the US and Australia. Their 2012 sophomore LP peaked at No. 5 on the ARIA charts, leading to a string of headlining shows and a gig on the Vans Warped Tour. Known for their electrifying stage presence, Tonight Alive deliver one exciting performance on their must-see tours.