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Win a Pair of Tickets to See AFI, and a Meet and Greet With the Band, at Pompano Beach Amphitheater November 18

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A.F.I. is playing in South Florida on November 18, at Pompano Beach Amphitheater. Longtime fans of the band are in for a treat, as recent fan reviews show the band's set list has spanned its (long!) career. Also excellent is the opening band, Gallows, probably the best straight-up hardcore act to come out of the U.K. in a long, long time.

Crossfade is giving away a pair of tickets to the show -- which comes with admission to a private meet and greet with the band before the show. Davey Havok fans, you should be quaking with excitement.

To enter the drawing, leave a comment on another recent post here on

Crossfade -- OTHER THAN THIS ONE. Then send an e-mail here with "AFI

TICKETS" in the subject line, a link to your comment, and your full

name and phone number in the body of the message.

Although this seems obvious, please only enter if you are local to South Florida and/or will be in town for the show. (Random Paolo Nutini fans from far away who entered my giveaway for his show, I'm looking at you.)

We'll run the contest until a week from today, Wednesday, November 11, at noon. Then we'll randomly draw a qualifying name and notify the winner by phone that week. Good luck!

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