AFI and Circa Survive with Citizen
WMA, Live Nation, and AC Entertainment
Starting at $29.50
AFI and Circa Survive with Citizen will be at War Memorial Auditorium - July 19, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
This is an all ages show.
AFI is touring in support of AFI (The Blood Album) (Concord), which hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Alternative and Hard Rock Albums Charts and No. 5 on The Billboard 200. The album includes fan favorites like "Snow Cats" and "White Offerings". AFI (The Blood Album) is the follow-up to 2013’s Burials, which hit Top 10 on The Billboard 200. Since the release of 1995’s debut album Answer That and Stay Fashionable, AFI has written and recorded five top ten hit singles, hit No. 1 on The Billboard 200 (with the stunning December underground).
In their decade-plus career, Circa Survive has continued to challenge themselves and test the boundaries of musical genres. With each album they’ve gone outside their musical comfort zone, jumping between post-rock, psychedelic, prog, post-hardcore, and shoegaze, creating a sound that’s uniquely theirs yet has the power to connect with a wide swath of music fans. Their latest album, Descensus, isn’t just an impressive illustration of Circa Survive’s constantly evolving creativity; it’s a testament to the strong bond the five members share. They’ve experienced career highs and personal lows, but their dedication to each other has never wavered.
Recorded with Will Yip at Studio 4, Citizen's second full-length effort presents the most fully realized version of the band to date in spite of it being their most dissonant and chaotic material they have ever written. The marriage of destruction and beauty looms throughout the album from its start to conclusion. Everybody Is Going to Heaven begins with a blank slate, explores its fair share of life's ugly moments and tragedies along the way, but ultimately, leaves this world on its own volition and peace of mind. You could say this represents where Citizen are now: A band who passionately sets out to create their own art, and makes itself clear they have no intention of retracing past steps or mistakes set into the ground by their others, or even themselves.
Prohibited items include over sized bags and backpacks, outside food or drink, drugs, smoking or use of vaporizers or e-cigs, selfie sticks, weapons, face paint and face masks, laptops, musical instruments, audio recording devices, laser pens, professional photography equipment (cameras with detachable lenses) and iPads. Certain shows include additional items, these items will be posted on a sign outside of the venue entrance. Please visit our Facebook event pages for additional information.
Gift certificates are available in a variety of denominations and may be redeemed toward any ticketed performance at the historic War Memorial Auditorium as well as the Tennessee Performing Arts Center.