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AFI to play headlining show in Dallas on Mon. Jan. 13

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Dallas is about to get a whole lot louder. Tomorrow, gloom rockers AFI will take the stage at the House of Blues for the second leg of their North American tour to promote new album Burials, which was released in September 2013.

After a successful, almost sold-out tour in late 2013, the band added several additional dates for January 2014. Despite vocalist Davey Havok going on record to say that he was disappointed with the dark and morose subject matter in Burials, the album is, nevertheless, a deeply personal and introspective look into the mind of the artist, which lends itself to raw and emotionally charged live performances.

Originally, the Dallas show was scheduled for Tues., Jan. 14, but was rescheduled for Mon., Jan. 13. Anyone who bought tickets for the Jan. 14 date will still be able to use them for Monday’s show.

As an extra incentive for fans who are strapped for cash, the first 2 people to go to the House of Blues box office on Monday before the show will get a free pair of tickets with promo code “BURIALS250.”

Doors at the House of Blues open at 6:30. The show kicks off at 7:30 with openers Coming and Youth Code. You can purchase tickets at House of Blues or through their website. General admission tickets are $27.50 if purchased in advance, $30 if purchased the day of event, and $35 for balcony seats.

The House of Blues is located in the White Swan Building, 2200 N. Lamar Street.


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