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GOLDFINGER Announce Fall Midwest/West Coast Shows

Los Angeles’s legendary ska punk band GOLDFINGER have announced a string of shows throughout the midwest and the west coast to take place this September and October. A portion of the dates will be supporting punk icons NoFX and Bad Religion. The string of shows kick off September 9 at The Rave in Milwaukee, WI and conclude October 15 atBooney Field in Sacramento, CA. The will also be playing

The announcement of these shows follows the release of their long awaited seventh album Los Angeles’s legendary ska punk band GOLDFINGER has just released their long awaited album The Knife via Rise Records in July. The Knife features a host of special guests including guest vocals from Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus, 311 lead-singer Nick Hexum, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones guitarist Nate Albert (“Get What I Need”) on guitar, Twenty One Pilots‘ Josh Dun on drums (“Orthodontist Girl”), and ONE OK ROCK’s Takahiro Moriuchi, amongst others. The band celebrated the release of The Knifeby playing select dates of this year’s Vans Warped Tour in early August.

The full routing for Goldfinger’s upcoming fall shows can be viewed below. Tickets are on sale now and available here.

TOUR DATES
*Supporting NoFX and Bad Religion
^Supporting NoFX and Flogging Molly

9/9: The Rave – Milwaukee, WI
9/10: Hollywood Casino Amphitheater – Maryland Heights, MO
9/11: Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL
9/16: America’s Car Museum – Tacoma, WA*
9/17: Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater – Boise, ID*
10/14: Concord Pavilion – Concord, CA^
10/15: Bonney Field – Sacramento, CA^
10/21: Fear Farm Festival Grounds – Phoenix, AZ*
10/28: SeaLegs Live – Huntington Beach, CA

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