For a band who have never rested on their laurels, it is perhaps unsurprising that they are marking their four-decade milestone with a truly ambitious undertaking. Under the banner of a final tour, NOFX are on the road delivering (roughly) forty tracks each night (typically) featuring two complete albums in full, amongst other odds and sods. This coming week sees the grand venture hit the United Kingdom with a pair of shows twinned with Slam Dunk Festival (where the band have staged several incarnations of their own ‘Punk In Drublic’ touring festival). The Northern offering, taking place at Leeds’ Temple Newsam on Friday 26th May, will see the band play ‘Wolves In Wolves Clothing’ as well as their seminal classic ‘Punk In Drublic’ itself. Later in the weekend, the band will cover ‘White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean’ and 1997’s ‘So Long and Thanks For All The Shoes’, in Hatfield (just outside London).
Both shows contain a supporting lineup worthy of any self-respecting punk festival, with The Meffs, Comeback Kid and Lagwagon appearing on both bills. The likes of Less Than Jake, Anti-Flag, Codefendants and Get Dead will each play either the Northern or Southern leg (full line-up details shown on the poster below). The final tickets for these shows are onsale now and you'd be a fool to miss your final opportunity to catch the legends in the flesh.