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AFI Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
AFI Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

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AFI merchamazonview store

The Missing Man
$18.01
AFI The Blood Album
$19.99
All Hallow's E.P.
$11.46
Burials
$33.09
Crash Love
$3.11
Very Proud of Ya
$21.64
Art of Drowning
$10.98
Black Sails in the Sunset
$25.98
Decemberunderground
$18.00
Sing The Sorrow
$13.98
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AFI's tour

Live Photos of AFI

AFI at Sacramento, CA in Discovery Park 2023
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Fan Reviews

Sean
December 4th 2022
AFI sounded really good live. Knew some songs as I was never a huge fan of theirs but it was nostalgic to hear songs from sing the sorrow even though I would have liked to have heard the leaving song pt.2. I went for drab majesty (opener) and I enjoyed it but think they got gypped due to sound issues (guitar too low and reverb too high on keys).
Lake Buena Vista, FL@
House of Blues Orlando
Steffanie
November 19th 2022
I've seen AFI about 12 times over the last 20 years. They never disappoint. They get right to the point and sing sing sing. The playlist was a great combo of all our favorites and the great ones off of Bodies. A Fire Inside my little black heart will burn forever for you guys 🖤🫶 One of my favorite bands always 😘
Tempe, AZ@
Marquee Theatre
Jennosaurus
November 12th 2022
5 stars. I don’t know if it was the pandemic, or the When We Were Young festival, but these boys unleashed a fire that I haven’t seen from them in years. Wife got a video of Davey and I singing Days of the Phoenix together, easily the best AFI show I’ve ever gone to. They’re always great live, but on the 9th, they performed like uncaged animals, and I hope the next show maintains that raw energy. But we’re also a little older now, so everyone remember the ice and aspirin for after.
New York City, NY@
Terminal 5
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About AFI

AFI are leaders, not followers. A collective in a perpetual state of creative evolution as fluid as the evocative figures contorting on the cover of Bodies, their newest collection of songs. The record is a snapshot of unrelenting artists in motion, unconcerned with compromise or outside demands.

The band initially summoned a steady subcultural groundswell in the mid-90s, devoid of careerist ambitions. The band first made music as teenaged misfits in an obscure Northern California town, steadily assembling a dense catalog over the years marked by its diversity and authenticity.

The platinum success of Sing the Sorrow blazed a path for a generation of hardcore-punk weaned bands to similarly crossover. 2006's Decemberunderground upended expectations again and earned AFI a second platinum plaque. Crash Love was another adventurous turn, with expansive and almost optimistic-sounding melodies, glistening with emotion. The haunting Burials arrived four years later, debuting in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200. The self-titled follow-up, commonly referred to as "the Blood Album," became AFI's second-highest charting album since their inception, debuting at No. 5 in 2017.
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Genres:
Rock
Band Members:
Adam Carson - Drums, Davey Havok - Vocals, Hunter Burgan - Bass, Jade Puget - Guitar

Live Photos of AFI

AFI at Sacramento, CA in Discovery Park 2023
View All Photos

AFI merchamazonview store

The Missing Man
$18.01
AFI The Blood Album
$19.99
All Hallow's E.P.
$11.46
Burials
$33.09
Crash Love
$3.11
Very Proud of Ya
$21.64
Art of Drowning
$10.98
Black Sails in the Sunset
$25.98
Decemberunderground
$18.00
Sing The Sorrow
$13.98
View All
AFI's tour

Fan Reviews

Sean
December 4th 2022
AFI sounded really good live. Knew some songs as I was never a huge fan of theirs but it was nostalgic to hear songs from sing the sorrow even though I would have liked to have heard the leaving song pt.2. I went for drab majesty (opener) and I enjoyed it but think they got gypped due to sound issues (guitar too low and reverb too high on keys).
Lake Buena Vista, FL@
House of Blues Orlando
Steffanie
November 19th 2022
I've seen AFI about 12 times over the last 20 years. They never disappoint. They get right to the point and sing sing sing. The playlist was a great combo of all our favorites and the great ones off of Bodies. A Fire Inside my little black heart will burn forever for you guys 🖤🫶 One of my favorite bands always 😘
Tempe, AZ@
Marquee Theatre
Jennosaurus
November 12th 2022
5 stars. I don’t know if it was the pandemic, or the When We Were Young festival, but these boys unleashed a fire that I haven’t seen from them in years. Wife got a video of Davey and I singing Days of the Phoenix together, easily the best AFI show I’ve ever gone to. They’re always great live, but on the 9th, they performed like uncaged animals, and I hope the next show maintains that raw energy. But we’re also a little older now, so everyone remember the ice and aspirin for after.
New York City, NY@
Terminal 5
View More Fan Reviews

About AFI

AFI are leaders, not followers. A collective in a perpetual state of creative evolution as fluid as the evocative figures contorting on the cover of Bodies, their newest collection of songs. The record is a snapshot of unrelenting artists in motion, unconcerned with compromise or outside demands.

The band initially summoned a steady subcultural groundswell in the mid-90s, devoid of careerist ambitions. The band first made music as teenaged misfits in an obscure Northern California town, steadily assembling a dense catalog over the years marked by its diversity and authenticity.

The platinum success of Sing the Sorrow blazed a path for a generation of hardcore-punk weaned bands to similarly crossover. 2006's Decemberunderground upended expectations again and earned AFI a second platinum plaque. Crash Love was another adventurous turn, with expansive and almost optimistic-sounding melodies, glistening with emotion. The haunting Burials arrived four years later, debuting in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200. The self-titled follow-up, commonly referred to as "the Blood Album," became AFI's second-highest charting album since their inception, debuting at No. 5 in 2017.
Show More
Genres:
Rock
Band Members:
Adam Carson - Drums, Davey Havok - Vocals, Hunter Burgan - Bass, Jade Puget - Guitar

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