And all the girls say I’m pretty fly, for a white guy.

If you have heard this before, or found yourself saying it, there’s a good chance you grew up through the late 80s and 90s. Even if you didn’t know where the saying came from, it didn’t stop Garden Grove, California’s-own, The Offspring, from becoming multi-platinum album recording artists. And they might have had a little fun along the way, too.

The Offspring will be making their return to the Great White North, on November 16th in Sudbury, with longtime band-pals, Sum 41. An epic tour, of pop-punk proportions, has the fans running to the ticket booths (remember those?) to grab their passes for what is sure to be a show for the ages.

Debuting in 1984, The Offspring reached international success with their third album, Smash, which has gone on to sell over 6 million records in the US alone. 25 years, 6 albums, several world tours later, The Offspring are still a mainstay on rock radio stations and playlists alike.

Whether you are a new fan, or an original, there’s something for everyone at an Offspring show. From rockin’ riffs, comedic banter, stripped-back versions of songs, and more, this will be a show that crosses generations. And as Noodles, from The Offspring, puts it, “it’s an honour and a blessing” to be performing to fans of all ages. Even for the “old farts drinking beer at the back”.

Listen to the complete conversation between Moose Mornings with Tom and Noodles of The Offspring below…

And yes, if The Offspring and Sum 41 do a cover of each other’s songs, I will take no credit, but I will be PUMPED!

The Offspring will play with Sum 41 and Dinosaur Pile-Up on November 16th, at Sudbury Arena in Sudbury.

For the full list tour dates, and to get your tickets, you can get more information on The Offspring’s website.