Two long-standing punk bands have announced a co-headline tour across Canada, giving Canadians a double dose of rock’n’roll.
This November, Canadian rock band Sum 41 and American rock band The Offspring will be kicking off a nationwide tour with Dinosaur Pile-Up.
The 14-city tour will kick off in Halifax and includes three shows in Ontario, one show in Quebec, and four shows in British Columbia. The final show will take place on December 2 in Kamloops, BC.
November 12: Scotiabank Centre — Halifax, Nova Scotia
November 13: Avenir Centre — Moncton, New Brunswick
November 15: Meridian Centre — St. Catharines, Ontario
November 16: Sudbury Arena — Sudbury, Ontario
November 17: Place Bell — Laval, Quebec
November 19: GFL Memorial Gardens — Sault Ste Marie, Ontario
November 21: Bell MTS Place — Winnipeg, Manitoba
November 22: Mosaic Place — Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
November 23: Affinity Place — Estevan, Saskatchewan
November 25: Canalta Centre — Medicine Hat, Alberta
November 27: Western Financial Place — Cranbrook, British Columbia
November 29: South Okanagan Events Centre — Penticton, British Columbia
November 30: Abbotsford Centre — Abbotsford, BC
December 3: Sandman Centre — Kamloops, BC
Pre-sale tickets for their Canadian tour will be made available online from Tuesday, August 20 at 10 am to Thursday, August 22 at 10 pm, with the passcodes SKUMFUK or IXNAY.
Ticket sales for the general public begin on Friday, August 23 at 10 am.
When: November 12 to December 2, 2019
Where: 14 cities across Canada
Tickets: Pre-sale tickets available on Tuesday, August 20; General admission available on Friday, August 23