Following their slot at last year's Good Things festival, the notorious band will be coming back for one final run.
The legendary punk band NOFX has announced the support acts for their highly-anticipated 40 Years 40 Cities 40 Songs Per Night, set to take place early in 2024.
The band will be bringing a wide range of local talent along for the ride, including Frenzal Rhomb, Bodyjar, Flangipanis, Clown, The Bennies, VOIID and more.
NOFX Last Australian Tour 2024
- Jan 20 – Horden Pavillion, Sydney w/ Bodyjar + Charlotte & The Harlots
- Jan 21 – Horden Pavillion, Sydney w/ Frenzal Rhomb + I Heard They Suck At Conversation!!
- Jan 23 – Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane w/ Frenzal Rhomb +
- Jan 24 – Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane w/ The Bennies + VOIID
- Jan 26 – Festival Hall, Melbourne w/ Bodyjar + Something Something Explosion
- Jan 27 – Festival Hall, Melbourne w/ Clowns + Fever Shack
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Australian fans will have one last chance to catch and fire and fury of the iconic punk rock band NOFX live in action when they stop by in January.
On the first nights in each city, the bands will be focusing the setlist on tracks from the albums Wolves’ In Wolves Clothing, Punk in Drublic and The War On Errorism, while on the second night, they’ll be working their way through White Trash, Two Heebs And A Bean, So Long And Thanks For All The Shoes and The Decline.
No setlist will be the same and each will be a whopping 40 songs long as the bang promises to go out with a bang.
“This is not a final tour like Mötley Crüe or Black Sabbath. These are the very last shows NOFX will ever be playing,” said bassist and lead vocalist Fat Mike in a statement. “We are gonna play with all our hearts…With all our joy…And then we are done. We are done done.”
After forming in the early ’80s, NOFX quickly became a foundational force in the American hardcore and skate punk scenes before gaining a cult global following. Their distinct combination of thrashing power chords, hectic stage performances and humorous yet political lyricism has influenced generations of musicians and won over fans across the world.
Their send-off is expected to be rowdy, loud and a little emotional – as it should be.
Tickets to see NOFX on their last Australian tour will go on sale on September 8 at 10am with a Live Nation presale opening a day earlier. Grab your tickets here.