AFI

Fri Oct 21 2022

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

SOMA - Mainstage

3350 Sports Arena Blvd San Diego, CA 92110

All Ages

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AFI
Drab Majesty

All tickets purchased for the original date of February 11, 2022 will be honored the night of the show.

Despair Faction Presale 6/23 at 10am to 6/23 10pm PDT
SOMA San Diego Presale 6/24 at 10am to 10pm PDT

All patrons, guests, and staff must present either proof of vaccination, or proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken in the previous 24 hours (rapid antigen test) or 48 hours (PCR test).

Masks will be required for entry and must be worn at all times except when eating or drinking.

Clear Bag Policy 
To Reduce staff contact with guest belongings, the following bags are allowed.
• Clear Plastic, Vinyl, or PVC Bags (Maximum Size: 12”x6”x12”)
• Small Clutch Bags Approximately the size of a hand (Maximum Size: 4.5”x6.5”)

Thank you for your cooperation.


 

Live Nation Presents...
AFI

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  • AFI

    AFI

    Punk

    AFI never stepped into the mainstream; the masses came to them. 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. After the release of AFI (The Blood Album), the band was hardly content to rest on its laurels, AFI then released yet another highly-praised addition to their discography, 2018's The Missing Man EP.
     
    On June 11, 2021, the band released their highly anticipated 11th studio album, Bodies. Critics have hailed Bodies as ranking high in AFI's body of work, with the likes of SPIN praising the band for "fusing some experimental new steps into the tried and true AFI formula," and calling their music "one of the most distinct and recognizable sounds today." Kerrang! praised the band's continual inventiveness, saying that "Throughout, even during the more familiar-sounding songs, keyboards and electronic beats pop up, leaving the whole thing with a feeling of gutter-glitter that underlines Davey’s intent with the soul of it." AFI's unshakeable connection with their audience is a testament to the band's knack for reinvention, renewal, and exploration, anchored by an unblemished authenticity. AFI songs are embedded in the spiritual DNA of a legion of supporters and Bodies is further demonstration of AFI's unwavering commitment to artistic exploration, a dark conjuration of an uncapturable muse. The album was produced by the band's own Jade Puget, mixed by Tony Hoffer (M83, Phoenix, Silversun Pickups), and mastered by Vlado Meller (Oasis, Pink Floyd).”
     
     
Live Nation Presents...

AFI

Fri Oct 21 2022 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

SOMA - Mainstage San Diego CA
AFI
  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.
  • Please check back later.

All Ages

AFI
Drab Majesty

All tickets purchased for the original date of February 11, 2022 will be honored the night of the show.

Despair Faction Presale 6/23 at 10am to 6/23 10pm PDT
SOMA San Diego Presale 6/24 at 10am to 10pm PDT

All patrons, guests, and staff must present either proof of vaccination, or proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken in the previous 24 hours (rapid antigen test) or 48 hours (PCR test).

Masks will be required for entry and must be worn at all times except when eating or drinking.

Clear Bag Policy 
To Reduce staff contact with guest belongings, the following bags are allowed.
• Clear Plastic, Vinyl, or PVC Bags (Maximum Size: 12”x6”x12”)
• Small Clutch Bags Approximately the size of a hand (Maximum Size: 4.5”x6.5”)

Thank you for your cooperation.


 
AFI

AFI

Punk

AFI never stepped into the mainstream; the masses came to them. 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. After the release of AFI (The Blood Album), the band was hardly content to rest on its laurels, AFI then released yet another highly-praised addition to their discography, 2018's The Missing Man EP.
 
On June 11, 2021, the band released their highly anticipated 11th studio album, Bodies. Critics have hailed Bodies as ranking high in AFI's body of work, with the likes of SPIN praising the band for "fusing some experimental new steps into the tried and true AFI formula," and calling their music "one of the most distinct and recognizable sounds today." Kerrang! praised the band's continual inventiveness, saying that "Throughout, even during the more familiar-sounding songs, keyboards and electronic beats pop up, leaving the whole thing with a feeling of gutter-glitter that underlines Davey’s intent with the soul of it." AFI's unshakeable connection with their audience is a testament to the band's knack for reinvention, renewal, and exploration, anchored by an unblemished authenticity. AFI songs are embedded in the spiritual DNA of a legion of supporters and Bodies is further demonstration of AFI's unwavering commitment to artistic exploration, a dark conjuration of an uncapturable muse. The album was produced by the band's own Jade Puget, mixed by Tony Hoffer (M83, Phoenix, Silversun Pickups), and mastered by Vlado Meller (Oasis, Pink Floyd).”