The Offspring

Mon February 28, 2022
Sandman Centre (300 Lorne St, Kamloops, BC V2C 1W3, Canada)
Concerts & Music, Music & Dance


With Special Guest The Simple Plan

Monday, February 28, 2022

Punk rock royalty The Offspring announced their Let the Bad Times Roll Tour is coming
to Canada in early 2022, in support of their album of the same name released earlier this year.
The nationwide tour, featuring support from Canadian rockers Simple Plan, will kick off in
Moncton and hit 21 cities coast to coast.

Frequently regarded as one of the best punk rock bands of all time, The Offspring have
garnered a reputation for their unmistakable sound and social comment. The multi-platinum
band first achieved worldwide success in the 90’s with the release of their album Smash, which
sold over 11 million copies. Following Smash, they continued to release hit after hit,
popularizing punk rock at a mainstream level.

Throughout their career, they’ve sold over a staggering 40 million albums, and toured arenas,
and built a global fan base. Let the Bad Times Roll marks the band’s tenth studio album and
third album produced by the legendary Bob Rock. True to the irreverence at the core of punk
rock music, the band and lyricist Dexter Holland took a view to today’s cultural moments and
didn’t shy away from creating topical material in this album.

Joining the band on tour are Montreal’s own Simple Plan, who have seen no shortage of
success throughout their career. Having released five studio albums, performing at the 2010
Winter Olympics, winning two JUNO Awards and multiple MuchMusic Video Awards, the
Canadian band have left their mark on rock music both nationally and globally.

Ticket Information

Tickets will be available as of November 5, 2021 at ticketmaster.ca, 1-855-985-5000, or all Ticketmaster outlets.


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Built on the shores of the South Thompson River, two blocks from the downtown core, the Sandman Centre is the centerpiece of sport and entertainment facilities in Kamloops.

With a seating capacity of 6,400 and almost 20,000 square feet of exhibition space, this venue is the perfect location for trade shows, sporting events, conventions and big-ticket concerts.

In addition to being the home of the Kamloops Blazers, Sandman Centre also played host for the 2001 WHL All-Star Game.

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