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By Photojournalist Chaz Dykes of Chaz D Photography

The Mid Florida Amphitheater was set ablaze on Tuesday night as Fall Out Boy took the stage for an explosive and unforgettable performance.

Kicking off the night, the audience was treated to a lineup of fantastic opening bands. Carr was up first with their powerful melodies. Royal and the Serpent kept the momentum going with their infectious energy, while Bring Me the Horizon brought their signature heavy sound, setting the stage for an electrifying night of music.

When Fall Out Boy finally emerged on stage, the energy in the amphitheater skyrocketed. The crowd erupted in cheers as they launched into their first song, “Love From the Other Side.” Patrick Stump’s vocals were as powerful as ever, and his presence was magnetic. The entire band displayed incredible chemistry, they were totally in the pocket and delivered an amazing show.

Fall Out Boy held nothing back. Along with the crowd’s excitement, pyrotechnics and explosions added a whole new level of excitement to the performance. Giant bursts of flames erupted in rhythm with the music while Pete Wentz wielded a flamethrower attached to his bass guitar, and at one point, a massive dog’s head structure loomed over the stage, seemingly howling as if he was singing along. It was an outstanding spectacle that elevated the concert to new heights. The energy was palpable, and the heat from the explosions only fueled the excitement.

The visual extravaganza continued with a mesmerizing light show, perfectly choreographed to enhance each song’s mood and intensity adding more eye candy to songs like “The Phoenix,” while intensifying the energy during tracks like “Sugar, We’re Going Down.”

The Sold-Out Mid Florida Amphitheatre was engulfed in an explosive performance, I really enjoyed this show and have always been a fan of Fall Out Boy’s music. This was a perfect concert for a summer night.

For more info on the So Much (For) Stardust Tour and more about Fall Out Boy, visit their website.

No go out and see some live music!!