Metalcore group, A Day to Remember, will be performing at The Amphitheatre on Saturday, November 6, 2021. Special guests Asking Alexandria and Point North will also take to the stage.
Based out of Florida, A Day to Remember emerged in 2003 with a sound that draws from a wide array of genres. That includes emo, pop-punk, hardcore, and heavy metal — affectionately referred to by their fans as “pop mosh”. The band caught fire with the releases of “Homesick” (2009) and “What Separates Me from You” (2010). Both of which were certified gold. Despite enduring myriad changes in personnel and label woes, they continued to hone their signature “easycore” sound on the Top Five release “Bad Vibrations” (2016) and “You’re Welcome” (2021).
After a very brief period of identity crisis and vocalist turmoil, the members of Asking Alexandria reintroduced themselves with prodigal frontman Danny Worsnop on the band’s fifth full-length, “Asking Alexandria”. This eponymous return is the group’s most polished effort to date, less raw and muscular than past albums. While this evolution might prove divisive to longtime fans, Asking Alexandria remains highly enjoyable, a triumphant offering that benefits as much from familiarity as it does from pure power and Worsnop’s inimitable presence.
Gates open 5:00pm / Music at 6:00pm
Purchase your ticket(s) by clicking the event website link or at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre Box Office. Hours: Thursdays and Fridays, 10:00am –6:00pm | Saturdays 8:30am –12:30pm. Payment via credit and debit card only.
**A friendly reminder that all tickets are digital.