Touring in December with The Offspring the Canadian punks will play a special Melbourne show with special guests.
Want some more Sum 41 in 2022? Along with joining The Offspring on the sold-out national Australian tour this December, the Canadian punk rock juggernauts are thrilled to announce an intimate club show at Northcote Theatre in Melbourne on Tuesday 6 December. Sum 41 will join Adelaide duo Teenage Joans and Melbourne alt-rockers Terra, ready to raise the roof at the Northcote.
Having sold over 15 million records worldwide, Sum 41 are undeniably one of the most prolific and hard-working live acts. From the ongoing endurance of their breakout singles Fat Lip, In Too Deep and Motivation to their reputation for performing (pre-COVID) hundreds of times per year, it’s little wonder Sum 41 have been routinely hailed as one of Canada’s most successful and exciting exports. And absence has only made the heart grow fonder, with the band bringing their bigger and better-than-ever-before live prowess down under to close out 2022.
Also hailing back to high school days, Adelaide two-piece Teenage Joans took out the triple j Unearthed High crown back in 2020. The duo going on to release a continuous flow of beloved tunes. The duo have appear onstage at festivals including Summer Sounds, Mountain Goat Valley Crawl and Yours & Owls Festival. They have also touring alongside the likes of Violent Soho, Ruby Fields, The Hard Aches, Clowns and many others.
Beginning life in high school before forays into busking and YouTube covers, a pop-rock cover of Vanessa Carlton’s A Thousand Miles cemented the ongoing and resounding adoration for Melbourne five-piece Terra. Since then, the group have gone on to showcase their fresh and immersive take on the alternative and pop-rock realms. Their 2022 EP Reverie firmly flexing the band’s sonic diversity and sharpened songwriting chops.
You can see Sum 41 with special guests Teenage Joans and Terra on Tuesday 6 December at Northcote Theatre, Melbourne.
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