For punk rock stars The Offspring, 2015 is a year of select, yet top-notch concerts, meaning that if the boys swing by your region, you better go see them live. They’re spending the rest of July in the United States, with confirmed stops in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, El Paso, and more.
Then, a sudden Europe trek will occur. Featuring gigs in Germany, Finland, Norway, Switzerland, UK and more, the Euro leg will keep the lads busy until the end of August.
At this point, the time will come to get back the US of A and rock Arizona with a September 12 show in Tucson live at the Rock 102 KFMA’s Fall Ball 2015 festival, taking place at the Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium.
The Offspring are currently still promoting their latest studio album “Days Go By,” released in June 2012 via Columbia Records as the group’s ninth studio effort.
The Offspring Cheap/Discounted Tickets 2015
The Offspring Tour Schedule 2015
|Jul 16||9:00PM||Aspen (CO)||Belly Up|
|Jul 17||8:30PM||Las Vegas (NV)||Brooklyn Bowl|
|Jul 25||Time TBA||Del Mar (CA)||Del Mar Race Tracks|
|Jul 30||7:30PM||Costa Mesa (CA)||Pacific Amphitheatre|
|Jul 31||8:00PM||Los Angeles (CA)||Hollywood Palladium|
|Aug 20||12:00PM||St. Polten (Austria)||Green Park|
|Sep 12||12:15PM||Tucson (AZ)||Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium|
Formed in California back in 1984, US pop punk stars The Offspring came a long way since their humble beginnings. Featuring lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Dexter Holland, lead guitarist Kevin “Noodles” Wasserman, and bassist Greg K. as consistent members pretty much from the get-go, the band forged a strong pact and managed to endure a decade before their smash hit.
The band’s first album saw its release in 1989 under the simple title of “The Offspring.” Not much success yet, but their sophomore release, 1992’s “Ignition” managed to land the boys a solid fanbase and a decent foundation for things to come.
And then, a smash occurred – in April 1994, “Smash” was released and with it came 11 million units sold around the world thanks to hit singles “Self Esteem,” “Come Out And Play,” and “Gotta Get Away.”
The album’s follow-up, 1997’s “Ixnay on the Hombre,” wasn’t as successful, but what came next took The Offspring to unprecedented heights, the heights they have never reached again. “Americana” was released in 1998, bringing the group massive commercial success and selling over 10 million units around the globe.
With the turn of millennia, the band’s population slightly decreased, but they still remain one of the most successful pop punk acts the world has ever known. Nine studio albums, five EPs and over 30 singles resulted in almost 40 million records sold around the globe, and that is a figure worthy of rock royalty.
And with killer albums come killer live shows. The band toured relentlessly throughout their career, earning themselves a reputation of a true rock ‘n’ roll class act.
The latest Offspring studio album saw its release in 2012 via Columbia Records under the title of “Days Go By.” In true punk rock fashion, the band never had a No. 1 album in the US, as the No. 2 spot scored by “Americana” was the highest they ever got.