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Asking Alexandria // Live @ House of Blues San Diego // 5.15.24

Article and Photos by: Rudy Salgado


San Diego, CA – The All My Friends tour is wrapping up on a high note as Asking Alexandria brings their dynamic energy to a sold out show at the  House of Blues San Diego.

The English rock band, featuring Danny Worsnop (vocals), Ben Bruce (lead guitar), Cameron Liddell (guitar), Sam Bettley (bass), and James Cassells (drums), returned to the US for a 27-show run (April 12th-May 18th) in support of their acclaimed 2023 LP “Where Do We Go From Here?” and the recently released “Dark Void EP” (January 12, 2024).

Asking Alexandria has once again left its mark with the 2024 “All My Friends” U.S. tour. Known for their high-energy performances and a unique blend of metalcore and hard rock, the band has solidified its place as one of the most dynamic acts in the contemporary music scene.

The excitement was evident as Asking Alexandria took the stage. According to the band, the San Diego crowd was the most energetic of the entire tour. Mosh pits erupted and crowd surfers rode the wave of fans as the band delivered a powerful set. The electric atmosphere was amplified by the opening acts: NERVE, The Word Alive, and Memphis May Fire, who primed the audience for an unforgettable night.

The band showcased its versatility and ability to command any stage during their performance. They delivered a setlist that spanned their illustrious career, from breakout hits to newer material that continues to push the boundaries of their genre. Ben Bruce and Cameron Liddell unleashed a barrage of riffs and melodic hooks, while Sam Bettley and James Cassells provided a thunderous rhythm section that drove the music forward with unrelenting intensity.

But beyond the music itself, what truly sets Asking Alexandria apart is their connection with their fans. Whether through heartfelt interactions between songs or Worsnop’s candid reflections on stage, there is a genuine sense of unity and mutual appreciation that permeates every performance. For fans, attending an Asking Alexandria concert is not just about hearing their favorite songs live; it’s about being part of a community united by a shared love for music and the band that brings it to life.

Asking Alexandria’s San Diego show highlighted their enduring popularity and their ability to ignite a crowd. As the All My Friends tour concludes, one thing is clear: Asking Alexandria has left a lasting impression on San Diego with an unforgettable night of heavy music.



  1. Closure
  2. Alone Again
  3. Bad Blood
  4. Down to Hell
  5. Into the Fire
  6. Where Did It Go?
  7. Dark Void
  8. I Want It That Way (Backstreet Boys cover) (Partial / Acoustic)
  1. Someone, Somewhere (Acoustic)
  1. Moving On (Acoustic)
  1. The Violence (with Tyler Smith)
  1. Let Go
  2. To the Stage
  3. A Prophecy
  4. The Final Episode (Let’s Change the Channel)


  1. Alone in a Room