jakub | March 6, 2024

Fall Out Boy blasts into the Golden One Center March 3 2024



Golden One Center located in Sacramento, California on March 3, 2024 hosted Fall Out Boy, Jimmy Eat World, The Maine, and Daisy Grenade. This was going to be a great show and by the number of fans filing into the show, it was evident that was the consensus. 

Daisy Grenade was up first. Hailing from New York City, they played their bubblegum grunge for five songs. Starting with “Are You Scared of Me Yet?.” These girls rock as they jammed through their set, shuffling through songs such as “Cult Classic”, “Guts” and Nirvana‘s “Polly”. They blasted through their set and before we knew it, they were done. 




1). Are You Scared Of Me Yet?

2). Cult Classic

3). Real Horror Show

4). Polly (Nirvana cover)

5). Sick In The City


Next up on stage was the band, The Maine. The band members Came out in white tuxedos and performed very well. They started set with the song “Blame” They shredded through their set like men possessed. This was an awesome song to begin the set with as it set the pace for the show. The band was on fire, ranging from “Sticky”, “Dirty, Pretty, Beautiful” to “Thoughts I Have While Lying in Bed”.  The most impressive scene was when John called up a fan from the crowd and sang a duet with him. With one song left, “Love You A Little”, it was done. What an awesome band.


Follow The Maine band members:

John O’Callaghan – lead vocals, piano, rhythm guitar

Jared Monaco – lead guitar

Garrett Nickelsen – bass, synth

Patrick Kirch – drums, percussion

Kennedy Brock – rhythm guitar, backing vocals




1). Blame

2). Sticky

3). Slip the Noose

4). Dirty, Pretty, Beautiful

5). Black Butterflies & Déjà Vu

6). Thoughts I Have While Lying in Bed

7). Girls Do What They Want (Fan came on stage to sing part of song)

8). Loved You a Little


Jimmy Eat World was a no-photograph for me. I was bummed but it was nice to sit back and relax and watch the band. They started with “A Praise of Chorus”, and then the band let loose with a myriad of songs. From “Sweetness” to “All the Way (Stay),” They delved into their back catalog as well as their newer songs. The band powered through the set from start to finish, jamming their way through. The 15-song set was a full-length set similar to a headlining act. They rocked the entire set and had the audience screaming for more.


Follow Jimmy Eat World band members:

Jim Adkins – lead guitar, lead vocals, keyboards, percussion, backing vocals

Tom Linton – rhythm guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals, keyboards

Zach Lind – drums, percussion, programming, accordion, concertina

Rick Burch – bass, backing vocals




1). A Praise Chorus

2). Big Casino

3). Sweetness

4). Something Loud

5). Lucky Denver Mint

6). All the Way (Stay)

7). For Me This Is Heaven

8). Work

9). Let It Happen

10). Hear You Me

11). Futures

12). Pain

13). Just Tonight…

14). Bleed American

15). The Middle


Fall Out Boy was the Band that everyone was waiting for. This band was incredible live, with the smoke, the pyro, well everything. Fall Out Boy was a beast of a band that dominated the night from the opener “Love From the Other Side,” they just dominated the stage. From the stage show to the music, it was all going on. The band kept the pace building throughout the set, from songs “Uma Thurman” to “This Ain’t a Scene, It’s An Arms Race”, they were just linking it on stage. 

Eventually, Patrick donned the piano and rocked out several songs including “What a Catch, Donny”,  Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now” and “So Much (For) Stardust”.   They also covered Ozzy’s “Crazy Train” which was awesome. The rest of the set was just as good featuring the debut of “27” which appeared in the magic 8 ball. The show ended with “Saturday” which had tremendous pyro added through the mix.  Overall, it was a great show and Fall Out Boy led the way.  


Follow Fall Out Boy band members:

Patrick Stump – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards, additional percussion

Pete Wentz – bass guitar, unclean and backing vocals

Joe Trohman – lead guitar, backing vocals, keyboards

Andy Hurley – drums, percussion, occasional backing vocals




1). Love From the Other Side

2). The Phoenix

3). Sugar, We’re Goin Down

4). Uma Thurman

5). A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More “Touch Me”

6). Dead on Arrival

7). Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy

8). Calm Before the Storm

9). This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race

10). Disloyal Order of Water Buffaloes

11). Heaven, Iowa

12). Bang the Doldrums

13). Headfirst Slide Into Cooperstown on a Bad Bet

14). Fake Out

15). Golden (Tour Debut; Partial, Piano Medley)

16). What a Catch, Donnie (Partial, Piano Medley)

17). Don’t Stop Me Now (Queen cover) (Partial, Piano Medley)

18). So Much (for) Stardust

19). Baby Annihilation (with “20 Dollar Nose Bleed” spoken word snippet)

20). Crazy Train (Ozzy Osbourne cover) (First verse and chorus only)

21). Dance, Dance

22). Hold Me Like a Grudge

23). 27 (Tour Debut; Magic 8 Ball song)

24). My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)

25). Thnks fr th Mmrs

26). Centuries

27). Saturday







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