Saves the Day performs all of 'Through Being Cool' at House of Blues

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PHOTO BY TOM STONE
  • PHOTO BY TOM STONE

PHOTO BY TOM STONE

In 1999, every kid putting their shoulders to the wheels of sensible sweet-16 Jettas and Civics on high school campuses across the country was blasting Saves the Day’s catchy sophomore album, Through Being Cool, a disc said to usher in the new era of pop punk that bands like You Blew It! are masterfully keeping alive. Now is your chance to relive the emo banner album as Saves the Day tours with Say Anything and Reggie and the Full Effect on a three-pronged nostalgia tour, showcasing their most memorable efforts in one angsty dose. Say Anything trots out

Is a Real Boy and Reggie revives 2003’s Under the Tray. Each band will play each album in full, so bring bandages for “Your Bleedin Heart,” because you’re guaranteed to hear all your faves.

SAVES THE DAY with Say Anything, Reggie and the Full Effect | 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21 | House of Blues, 1490 E. Lake Buena Vista Drive | 407-934-2583 | hob.com/orlando | $22.50

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