NOFX have introduced particulars of their last-ever dwell dates, with the band promising they are going to be “completed completed” afterwards.
The announcement follows frontman Fats Mike telling followers on Instagram final 12 months that 2023 can be the band’s remaining 12 months collectively.
Now, NOFX have confirmed particulars of the tour that may happen earlier than the band dissolves. The band introduced 9 reveals as a part of one “part” of their remaining tour right now (January 11), which can kick off in Austin, TX on April 22.
“Every of those reveals goes to be completely different and particular,” they stated on Instagram. “And get this, now we have already began working towards. Fuck, now we have a whole lot of songs to relearn.” Additionally they promised a European announcement subsequent week.
In a press launch, Fats Mike assured followers this may be the final time the band would tour. “This isn’t a remaining tour like Mötley Crüe or Black Sabbath,” he stated. “These are the final reveals NOFX will ever be enjoying. We’re gonna play with all our hearts…With all our pleasure…After which we’re completed. We’re completed completed.”
The tour will see the band play 40 songs per evening, with no two setlists throughout the jaunt being the identical. Tickets for the preliminary dates will go on sale at 10am PT on Friday (January 13) – discover extra particulars and buy them right here.
NOFX will play:
22 – Austin, TX
23 – Austin, TX
13 – San Diego, CA
24 – Columbus, OH
25 – Columbus, OH
22 – Tacoma, WA
23 – Tacoma, WA
16 – San Francisco, CA
30 – St Petersburg, FL
In December, NOFX guitarist Eric Melvin recommended the band might nonetheless launch new music after retiring from touring. “He nonetheless needs to document and launch data as NOFX,” Melvin stated, referring to Fats Mike. “So we’ll see how that works as a result of they sort of go hand-in-hand, however they don’t must.”
The band launched their newest album ‘Double Album’ in December 2022, whereas Fats Mike launched a brand new band known as Codefendants, which he described as a “style fluid musical collective — a cross between hip hop, new-wave, flamenco, and the Beatles”.