DOA is back at the brewery! On their 40th Anniversary tour, our favourite and legendary punks bring all the energy of 1981 back to the stage.
Sept 26, 3-8pm
Opening band Lets Go from Kamloops, playing exuberant skatepunk.
Come dance your boots off! Parking is limited, please carpool. Beer and non-alcoholic bevvies available, plus BANNOCK! We are thrilled to have D.O.A. back for an afternoon, all-ages show (that means us greyhairs will dominate). Bring mom and the kids for an education in what political punk is all about.
Over the last four decades, D.O.A. has released 18 studio albums, sold over a million albums, and played over 4,500 shows on five different continents. The band’s albums, shows and attitude has won over three generations of fans and influenced the likes of Guns & Roses, Green Day, Nirvana, Offspring, Henry Rollins, David Grohl and the Red Hot Chilli peppers, to name a few.
From day one, D.O.A. has helped organize and lead hundreds of benefit concerts and protests for good and just causes like environmental issues, women’s rights, food bank benefits, First Nations rights, and they have organized and stood against war, racism and weapons proliferation, amongst others.
Many have compared Joe to a modern day Woody Guthrie and he is always looking for a way to push grassroots democracy and like his idols Woody and Pete Seeger, he and the band won’t give up.
Backed up by Lets Go, a (much newer) punk band with a solidly raw sound from Kamloops. Melodic, Heavy, Fast. From thrash metal to honky tonk, they are well known for swinging across other genres with reckless abandon, while always keeping one worn out shoe planted in the modern Skatepunk sound that has been a staple since their first release in 2018. You can follow them for a new song every month in 2021.Tickets are on EventBrite, please use this button to buy.
If we have to cancel due to fire or plague full refunds will be given.