Black Veil Brides Come to Old National Center


Next Wednesday is February 14th, Valentine’s Day. To mark the occasion, the Old National Center in downtown Indianapolis will have a rock concert featuring the Black Veil Brides. Performing with them will be Asking Alexandria and Crown the Empire.

Black Veil Brides

Black Veil Brides are a rock band from Hollywood, California. The group formed in 2006 in Cincinnati, Ohio. They released their debut album “We Stitch These Wounds” in 2010. Since then, Black Veil Brides has released four additional albums. The most recent of these, “Vale” came out earlier this year.

The members of Black Veil Brides are Andy Biersack (vocals), Ashley Purdy (bass), Jinxx (guitar), Jake Pitts (guitar), and Christian Coma (drums). To learn more about the Black Veil Brides, you can visit their website. You can also find Black Veil Brides on Facebook.

Asking Alexandria

Asking Alexandria is a rock and metal band from England that formed in 2008. If you haven’t already heard of them, you’ve no doubt heard of some of the bands they’ve played with. Their profile states, “They’ve shared the stage with Guns N’ Roses, Green Day, Alice In Chains, and Avenged Sevenfold, and Slipknot; co-headlined with Black Veil Brides; joined Warped Tour and Rockstar Mayhem; played every major rock festival in the world; and headlined sold out theater tours”.

The members of Asking Alexandria are Ben Bruce (guitar), Cameron Liddel (guitar), Sam Bettley (bass), James Cassells (drums), and Danny Worsnop (vocals). To find out more, you can visit the Asking Alexandria website. You can also find Asking Alexandria on Facebook.

Crown the Empire

Crown the Empire is a rock band from Dallas, Texas. Its members include Andy Leo (vocals), Brandon hoover (guitar), Hayden Tree (bass), and Brent Taddie (drums). They just released their most recent album “Retrograde”, which is currently available in stores.

For more information, you can visit the Crown the Empire website, or Facebook page.


The show on Valentine’s Day starts at 6:30 pm at the Old National Center. Doors open at 5:30.


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