Sublime with Rome and The Offspring coming to Okanagan

Sublime with Rome will be making a stop in Penticton at the South Okanagan Events Centre this summer.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED/Sublime with Rome via Twitter

PENTICTON - Sublime with Rome and The Offspring have announced a North American tour, including a stop in Penticton this summer.

The prolific southern California bands will play the South Okanagan Events Centre on July 8, according to a media release.

Sublime with Rome, considered iconic and genre-defining, consists of Rome Ramirez, Eric Wilson and Carlos Verdugo. Sublime with Rome will come to the events centre with a hit list that includes singles from their latest album Sirens.

The Offspring’s Dexter Holland, Noodles, Greg K and Pete Parada are considered one of rock’s most exciting and enduring bands, having performed at more than 1,100 shows around the world. The group has sold more than 40 million albums, with their 1994 release “Smash” remaining the highest selling album of all time on an independent label.

Tickets for Sublime with Rome and The Offspring go on sale Friday, March 17 at 10 a.m., and are available at the SOEC box office or charge by phone at 1-877-763-2849. Tickets can also be ordered online at www.ValletFirstTix.com. Ticket prices are $39.50, $65 and $79.50.


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