Tickets for The Offspring and Sum 41’s co-headlining tour in Australia went on sale on Monday morning (February 3), and fans have already snapped them up within two hours.
Last Tuesday (January 28), The Offspring announced on Instagram details of their new joint Oz tour with Sum 41. Pre-sale tickets went live last Friday (January 31) before general ticket sales began earlier today on Destroy All Lines.
The tour kicks off in April at Perth’s HBF Stadium and will include stops in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney before closing things out in Brisbane. Following their gigs in Australia, the bands will play Spark Arena in Auckland, New Zealand. Tickets for their only Kiwi show currently remain on sale.
A supporting act for the upcoming shows has not been confirmed.
The Offspring and Sum 41 previously co-headlined a tour in Canada in November last year, which took them through British Colombia, Quebec, New Brunswick and more. They were joined by English rock band Dinosaur Pile-Up.
Sum 41 are touring in support of their seventh studio album, ‘Order In Decline’. Meanwhile, The Offspring are currently gearing up to release their new as-yet-untitled full-length. According to Blabbermouth, the Californian band’s follow-up to their 2012 record ‘Days Go By’ is produced by frequent collaborator Bob Rock. An official release date for the album has not yet been revealed.
The Offspring and Sum 41 Australia Tour 2020 dates are:
Perth, HBF Stadium (April 19)
Adelaide, Entertainment Centre Theatre (21)
Melbourne, Margaret Court Arena (23)
Sydney, Hordern Pavilion (24)
Brisbane, Riverstage (25)