AFI is ready to hit the road to tour and there is a good chance they'll be hitting a city near you.
This group has been entertaining music fans since the early 90s and has been playing large shows since the early 2000s. This
group is sure to put on one heck of a show every time they step onto stage, which is something that fans have come to expect
from this group over the years. AFI is known for putting on a great live show, something that they've proven time and time
again. This is your chance to check out a band that you've probably been listening to for a long time now in person. Don't
let the opportunity pass you by. AFI will be hitting cities big and small on their current tour.
AFI will take the stage
at the Town Ballroom on February 1st for a show that is sure to be one to remember. This group has plenty of dedicated fans
in the Buffalo area, and they're sure to rock the house in front of thousands of screaming western New Yorkers in this great
venue. If you've never seen a show at the Town Ballroom, then this is the time to change that, and you can do it by being
a part of what should be a fantastic experience for everyone in attendance.
AFI will also be hitting the stage at the
next Coachella Festival. This annual music festival features some of the best bands in the business, and has a reputation
for being an amazing time each and every year. Held out in the middle of the desert, the Coachella Festival has become one
of the most popular festivals in the United States, so if you're an AFI fan then you're going to want to check it out.
About the Artist
A Fire Inside, or AFI, formed in 1991 in Ukiah CA and have been recording and performing together
for over 20 years. During that time they have released eight studio albums, 10 EPs, and one live record, while building up
an incredibly loyal fan base. Similar to many of their peers in the 1990's, the band didn't make a commercial impact until
their fifth album, The Art of Drowning. AFI followed up with Sing the Sorrow, which had two singles achieve measurable success
on the Billboard chart. Sing the Sorrow ultimately went Platinum, selling over 1.2 million copies. The strength of the band
is their longevity with the same lineup, showing more maturity and growth as a unit since their days in high school. Now these
veterans are back with a new album, Burials, which boasts the single "I Hope You Suffer." Don't miss the bands new tour, playing
new and old favorites for their adoring fans.
Live music is something that seems to resonate
with just about everyone in the world. People have been enjoying music performed live for about as long as humans have been
able to make music. It's something that transcends cultures and generations. Being there in person when one of your favorite
bands takes to the stage is something that you never forget, and the experience sticks with you in ways you never thought
possible. It's always rewarding to finally be there to see the musicians you've heard so many times at home.
never been to a live AFI show, then you've been serious missing out. These rock the house each and every time out, and that's
something that any AFI fan lucky enough to have seen them live can vouch for. You're going to want to get to a show on the
current tour, because you'll regret it if you let this chance pas your by yet again. AFI is an experience in itself, and seeing
this group live could change the way you view music. Make sure to get out to a show in the very near future. Join your fellow
AFI fans in the stands at a top venue.
Northern California punk rockers, A Fire Inside,
or AFI, have definitely paid their dues. Since forming in 1991 while still in high school, AFI have toured tirelessly and
have released eight studio albums. Though they didn't get their first taste of mainstream success until 2003'sSing the Sorrow,
AFI enjoys an incredibly loyal fan base that is as passionate as any out there. AFI helped form the niche within alternative
music of melodic hardcore or goth-punk that had it roots in the Misfits and evolved to include bands like Son of Sam and My
Chemical Romance. The band has constantly toured to support their studio efforts and has always been renowned for their live
What label is AFI currently signed to?
The answer is Key Lime Pie. The group has previously
been signed by Republic, Interscope, Nitro and others.