The Offspring – 2014 Concert Schedule
The 1990s punk movement produced some incredible bands, one of the
most enduring of which is the Offspring. Breaking through with their incredibly successful album, "Smash," the Offspring continued
to dominate the charts in the 1990s, and their songs like "Self Esteem," "Come Out and Play," and "Gotta Get Away," were heard
everywhere. With over 40 million copies of their albums sold globally, their music has reached fans in nearly every corner
of the globe. Fans of all generations will be thrilled to check out the Offspring on their recent tour, which will take them
to venues from the likes of Baltimore's Pier Six Pavilion, Asbury Park's Stone Pony Summer Stage, the Electric Factory in
Philadelphia, New York's Terminal 5, Albuquerque's Isleta Amphitheater, and plenty more. If you're ready to rock, then head
over to StubHub for tickets, and get ready to have a blast at the next Offspring show!
About The Offspring
an estimated 40 million records sold globally, the Offspring is one of the most successful punk rock bands to come out of
the 90s. Formed in Huntington Beach in the mid 1980s, the band got their big break when they released their third studio album,
"Smash," in 1994. The album reached the number 4 position on the Billboard 200 chart, and it went on to sell over 20 million
copies around the world. This album was not only the most successful for the Offspring, but it was also the best-selling album
of all time for an independent record label. With hit singles like "Self Esteem," "Come Out and Play," and "Gotta Get Away,"
the Offspring's music was soon dominating the airwaves of rock and alternative rock radio stations around the country. Along
with other bands like Green Day and Rancid, the Offspring helped to define the resurgence of punk rock music in the 1990s.
the incredible success of "Smash," the Offspring released their fourth studio album, "Ixnay on the Hombre" in 1997. The album
entered the Billboard 200 chart at the number 9 position, and produced the popular songs "Cool to Hate," "I Choose," "All
I Want," and "The Meaning of Life." Helped along by the popularity of its radio hits, the album was eventually certified platinum.
The album also charted well around the world, with top 5 positions in Argentina, Canada, Australia, France, Finland, and Japan.
releasing "Ixnay on the Hombre," the Offspring returned to the studio to begin work on their next album, "Americana," which
was released in 1998. "Americana" had a noticeably more pop-punk sound, which exposed their music to a new generation of fans
and allowed them to capture a new fan base. The album entered the Billboard 200 chart at the number 6 spot, and it went on
to sell over 15 million copies. With catchy songs like "Why Don't You Get a Job?" "Pretty Fly (for a White Guy)," and "The
Kids Aren't Alright," the Offspring saw their songs gaining heavy rotation again on the radio. The Offspring's sixth album,
"Conspiracy of One," followed in 2000, and it also proved to be a success. Propelled by its singles "Want You Bad," "Million
Miles Away," and "Original Prankster," the album went on to sell over 5 million copies. The Offspring continued to release
albums in the years that followed, including "Splinter" in 2003, "Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace" in 2008, and "Days Go By"
The Offspring's Breakthrough Album
The Offspring got their breakthrough into the mainstream with
their phenomenally successful album, "Smash." The album went on to sell millions of copies, and it is considered to be one
of the best-selling punk albums of all time. It was later included in Guitar World's list of the Top Ten Guitar Albums of
1994, and it was also featured as one of the 10 Best Hard Rock Albums of 1994 from Loudwire. "Smash" has left a lasting legacy,
and it is credited for inspiring a number of bands that followed. The Offspring's next big album was 1998's "Americana," which
garnered the band a new wave of fans, due to the radio-friendly hits from the album. "Americana" received an MTV Europe Music
Award nomination in the category of Best Album, and it was eventually certified 5x platinum in the United States.
Did you know that the Offspring's front man, Dexter Holland, has his own brand of hot sauce?
Holland owns the "Gringo Bandito" line of hot sauce, the headquarters of which are next to the Offspring's studio in Huntington
Since their debut, the Offspring has been bringing their hard rock tunes to fans
all over, and they are underway on another exciting tour. Imagine being able to hear their classic hits like "Gotta Get Away"
and "Come Out and Play" live in concert. When it comes to rock music, there's nothing quite like seeing your favorite band
live, and the Offspring's live shows are sure to be a blast for any fan. When the Offspring heads to a venue in your town,
be sure to check out their incredible concert!