Andrew McMahon, Atlas Genius & Night Riots Bring Zombies in America Tour to Philly

Pop Break Live: Zombies in America Tour: Andrew McMahon, Atlas Genius, and Night Riots at The Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA

He didn’t wake up in a car, nor was he shot out of a canon, but what did happen on an early April night in Philly was this: Andrew McMahon absolutely killed it.

The former Something Corporate, and Jack’s Mannequin frontman brought the “Zombies in America” tour to the City of Brotherly Love’s newest venue — The Fillmore. It was a night of all his hits, plus he rode a rubber duck, and a golden dragon at one point. Yes, it was a wild night.

Opening for McMahon was Atlas Genius, and Night Riots.

Pop Break’s Staci Altomari caught all three bands in action.



The City We Grow
If So
Where I Belong
Back Seat
You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) (Dead or Alive cover)
When It Was Now
The Stone Mill

Night Riots


All for You
Nothing Personal
Sunday Bloody Sunday (U2 cover)
Oh My Heart
Breaking Free

Andrew McMahon


Fire Escape
Canyon Moon
Walking in My Sleep
High Dive
Dead Man’s Dollar
Island Radio
Dark Blue (Jack’s Mannequin cover)
Don’t Speak for Me (True)
All Our Lives
Love and Great Buildings
The Mixed Tape (Jack’s Mannequin cover)
Shot Out of a Cannon
Walking on a Dream (Empire of the Sun cover)
Swim (Jack’s Mannequin cover)
So Close
I Woke Up in a Car (Something Corporate cover)

Brooklyn, You’re Killing Me
La La Lie (Jack’s Mannequin cover)
Cecilia and the Satellite

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