San Luis Obispo County
PASO ROBLES, Calif .– Punk rock music is making its triumphant return to Paso Robles this fall.
Legendary folk-punk band Violent Femmes will co-title a concert with punk band Flogging Molly at the Vina Robles Amphitheater in October.
Wisconsin natives violent women will celebrate their 40th anniversary with a nationwide tour that stops on the Central Coast before concluding in style in Minneapolis. The group is best known for their hit songs “American Music” and “Gone Daddy Gone”, as well as “Blister in the Sun”, which can be heard in sports arenas, TV commercials and movie soundtracks. iconic 1990s. The band released 10 studio albums and toured the world.
Joining Women will be molly’s flogging, the Irish-inspired punk rock band from Los Angeles. The band topped the US Independent Album charts on several occasions, but burst onto the scene with their debut album swagger, highlighted by the song “Drunken Lullabies” which was featured in an edition of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater and remains the band’s most popular song on Spotify. The group performs regularly at St. Patrick’s Day events across the country and holds a Caribbean cruise with musical performances every night.
The two groups will make multiple stops across the United States and will be joined by special guests, Me first and the Gimme Gimmes. The punk rock supergroup is made up of some of the most accomplished punk rock artists and creates punk-inspired covers of chart-topping pop hits. They will be joined on stage by the group Thick, who released his first album 5 years late early 2020.
The show will take place on Sunday October 10 at 6.30 p.m. Tickets open to the general public on Friday at 10 a.m. on Ticketmaster.com.
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