NOFX announce stacked line-ups for their final three shows

NOFX announce stacked line-ups for their final three shows

Punk legends NOFX have announced the line-ups for their final three shows – see the rosters they’ve amassed below.

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Last night (June 12), NOFX took to social media to share the daily line-ups for their trilogy of farewell shows in San Pedro, California. Each line-up differs from day to day, and will see other iconic bands in the genre support NOFX as they take their final bows.

On Friday (October 4), the band will see support from Dropkick Murphys, MXPX, Bouncing Souls, Sick Of It All, 7 Seconds, DOA, D.I., Luicidal, The Last Gang and Knuckleheadz.

The following day, NOFX will be supported by Descendents, Less Than Jake, Lagwagon, Strung Out, Good Riddance, Mad Caddies, Swingin’ Utters, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Get Dead and Poli Van Dam.

NOFX’s final show ever will take place on October 5 with Pennywise, The Vandals, Subhumans, Fishbone, Codefendants, The Flatlines, We Are The Union, Das Klown and a surprise band from the UK.

Tickets to NOFX’s final shows are available now.

Per a statement from the band, their support for the final three shows were “hand selected by the band,” some of whom are their “closest friends from over the years”.

The Los Angeles-formed punk rock band announced back in November that they would be embarking on their final run of shows in 2024 to wrap up a 40-year career. The confirmation came after frontman Fat Mike told fans on Instagram that the band would be breaking up in 2023, having formed in 1983. “It’s been an amazing run,” he wrote at the time.

In a press release, Fat Mike assured fans this would be the last time the band would tour. “This is not a final tour like Mötley Crüe or Black Sabbath,” he said. “These are the very last shows NOFX will ever be playing. We are gonna play with all our hearts…With all our joy…And then we are done. We are done done.”

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