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The Offspring Are Playing A Special Show In Support Of Frontline & NHS Workers

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 22 September 2021 at 11.41

"We’re looking forward to giving something back to those who have stepped up and given so much"



The Offspring have added a date to their upcoming UK tour that is set to say thank you to some very important people.

The band will be playing at Hull's Bonus Arena on November 19 and will be in support of all frontline workers and the NHS - with an allocation of free tickets available for local frontline workers AND proceeds from the sales of the show will go to the registered NHS charity.

Vocalist Dexter Holland had this to say:

"If not for the hard work and successful rollout of the vaccine programs by the NHS there wouldn’t even be any live concerts to play!  We’re so thrilled to be coming back, finally, to the UK and we’re looking forward to giving something back to those who have stepped up and given so much.  Rock on!!!"

Lovely stuff. Tickets go on sale this Friday (September 24) at 10am.



The band will be touring the rest of the UK too around the time. Those dates look like this:

NOVEMBER

21 - DUBLIN 3A Arena
23 - CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena
24 - BIRMINGHAM Resorts World Arena
26 - London SSE Arena Wembley
27 - GLASGOW SSE Hydro
29 - MANCHESTER AO Arena
30 - LEEDS First Direct Arena

The band released their latest album 'Let The Bad Times Roll' earlier this year via Fearless. 

Here's the title track:



We've got some copies of the album on exclusive clear vinyl available over HERE


 

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