Live music has been back for some time in the United States now, with major festivals and club tours operating almost like the pre-pandemic days. And that’s despite Hurricane Ida making an appearance and stopping the likes of Bonnaroo in its tracks. One event which could have gone either way was the Columbus, OH leg of the travelling Sad Summer Fest. As the rain poured down on thousands of rabid pop punk fans, it was almost at risk of being called off. It only took ten minutes of All Time Low for the rain to disappear, and Christian Sarkine captured the proceedings through his lens.