The Worcester Palladium was in high spirits on Friday, May 19th, as Good Charlotte took the stage as part of the Youth Authority Tour. Joining the DC-bred pop-punk band were Less Than Jake, Crown The Empire, and Like Pacific.

During the night, the band that once proclaimed “on the east coast we ride until the day we die” played old favorites like “Little Things”, the ultimate song about not fitting in during high school and radio hits like “The Anthem” and “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.” They also performed their newest single, “Makeshift Love”, off Youth Authority (2016).

As always, the band led by the now iconic Madden brothers kept the energy high in a mixed crowd of young fans and those that still recall exactly where they were at the turn of the century when they unsealed the wrapper off Good Charlotte’s self-titled CD.

LIKEYOUSAID photographer Richard Knowles was there to catch some of the best moments of the night. Take a look at our photo gallery from Good Charlotte’s set at the Worcester Palladium below.



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