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AFI, Dashboard Confessional, Dethklok Two-For-One Ticket Deals

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We know you've got at least one friend. Now's the time to hit that friend up for a little cash so you can pick up tickets to some of the biggest shows coming to local amphitheaters on the cheap.

Until midnight tonight, tickets for shows like AFI, Dashboard Confessional, and Dethklok are buy one get one free so long as you get them from Live Nation's website. So get your pop-punk-emo-metal fix for half price with a buddy or buy two tickets and hope to bribe your way to a lasting a meaningful relationship built upon the altar of sugary-crying-metal.

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