AFI UK Tour Dates & Ticket Details Announced

Monday, 09 November 2009 Written by Saard
AFI Tour Dates & Tickets

Everyone’s favourite Californian, three-lettered, hardcore punk band, AFI, have announced new UK dates for April next year. You heard it here first, unless you didn’t. Click Here to Compare & Buy AFI Tickets

AFI have been going since 1991. In that time there have been some changes. AFI for instance used to mean Asking For It and Anthems for Subordinates before it finally settled on meaning A Fire Inside.

The band’s style also has changed from its original hardcore punk sound with their first album ‘Answer That and Stay Fashionable’ to the darker ‘Black Sails in the Sunset’ of 1999 and, the first album to make a dent commercially, 2000’s ‘The Art of Drowning’. The fan-base is ever growing and changing, much like the music but AFI are still with us.

AFI will be playing:

April 05 - Rock City, Nottingham
April 06 - O2 Academy Brixton, London
April 12 - O2 Academy, Birmingham

Tickets available Friday 13th November at 9am. Click Here to Compare & Buy AFI Tickets

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