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The Offspring Are Heading To Oz With Sum 41 For A Greatest Hits Tour

If you didn't rock out to "Pretty Fly For a White Guy" in primary school did you even have a childhood?

After performing 1,100 shows across the globe, selling more than 40 million albums worldwide, 'The Offspring' are now gearing up to return to Australia for their first headline tour in 16 years, along with very special guests SUM 41.

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With the tour set to showcase the iconic band's greatest hits, you can expect to get rowdy to nostalgic bangers like "Self Esteem", "Come Out And Play (Keep 'Em Separated)", "The Kids Aren't Alright", "Original Prankster" and more.

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Joining the four-piece rockers will be fellow pop-punk heavyweights SUM 41, who will perform a one-hour set, rocking out to some of their most popular singles like "Fat Lip", "In too Deep", "Still Waiting" along with tracks from their latest release, 'Order In Decline'.

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The tour will kick off on Sunday, April 19 in Perth's HBF Stadium before stopping by Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane before wrapping up in  Auckland.

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It looks like it's going to be a cracker of a concert, so definitely don't wait around to grab your tickets.

You can access early bird pre-sale tickets by signing up here, while general public ticket sales begin Monday, February 3rd at 9 am at Destroy All Lines.

TOUR DATES

  • SUNDAY 19 APRIL – HBF STADIUM, PERTH
  • TUESDAY 21 APRIL – ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE THEATRE, ADELAIDE
  • THURSDAY 23 APRIL – MARGARET COURT ARENA, MELBOURNE
  • FRIDAY 24 APRIL – HORDERN PAVILION, SYDNEY
  • SATURDAY 25 APRIL – RIVERSTAGE, BRISBANE
  • TUESDAY 28 APRIL – SPARK ARENA, AUCKLAND

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