October 5, 2021
HOUSE OF BLUES WELCOMES:
with special guests The Adolescents & Get Dead
Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021
Legendary punk band Pennywise will bring their trademark sound to House of Blues Las Vegas, alongside special guests The Adolescents & Get Dead, Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021.
Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021
Doors: 7:30 p.m.
Ages: All ages
Tickets for Pennywise and special guests The Adolescents & Get Dead start at $29.50 plus applicable fees and go on sale Friday, Oct. 8 at 10 a.m. PT. Follow House of Blues Las Vegas on Twitter for presale information @HOBLasVegas. Tickets are available by visiting HouseofBlues.com/LasVegas, MandalayBay.com, Ticketmaster.com or by calling 702-632-7600.
House of Blues Las Vegas
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
3950 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Few bands have endured with as much demonstrably California-encompassing vibrancy as the Hermosa Beach, CA institution that is Pennywise. They reign unchallenged, outside the margins of the mainstream, a staple on the SoCal radio airwaves and worldwide festival circuit revered and championed by generations of fans filling theaters and clubs.
Pennywise possess the power to merge the subversive with the celebratory. Each Pennywise record is chock full of fast-paced anthems, expertly engineered to inspire radical change, personal empowerment, relentless hijinks, and reckless fast times. On paper it may read like a mess of contradictions, but on record, it sounds like California. At this point, three decades since the band’s DIY beginnings, Pennywise classics like “Same Old Story,” “Alien,” “Homesick,” and “Bro Hymn” are as fundamental to punk rock and hardcore as stage dives and guitars.
About The Adolescents
One of Southern California’s best-loved hardcore bands, the Adolescents helped establish the blueprint for Orange County punk, along with Agent Orange and Social Distortion. Although their music was the most standard-issue of the three, the Adolescents’ blazing energy and quintessential teenage snottiness gave them an instant connection with their audience, and defied their upbringing in California’s bastion of staid conservatism. Their original lineup was only together briefly — founding bass player Steve Soto remained the sole constant member until his death in 2018 — but they managed to issue a trio of influential albums — Adolescents (1981), Brats in Battalions (1987), and Balboa Fun*Zone (1988) — before calling it a day in 1989. They reconvened in 2001 with Soto and vocalist Tony Reflex leading the charge, and went on to release five more studio albums, including 2018’s Cropduster, which arrived just one week after Soto’s death.
About Get Dead
There aren’t a lot of bands like Get Dead around these days. Instead of worrying about gimmicks and trends, this fivesome from San Francisco, California have always focused on the music and that’s evident with every passion-filled note they play. Get Dead started out performing together in 2007 after their respective bands called it quits and eventually attracted the attention of NOFX frontman Fat Mike who produced the band’s first full-length, “Bad News”, as well as their new full-length, “Honesty Lives Elsewhere”, and released both records on his label Fat Wreck Chords.
About the House of Blues
Founded in 1992, the 11 House of Blues are located throughout the United States and form the country’s pre-eminent group of intimate music venues. Each features state-of-the-art sound and lighting technology in one-of-a-kind custom designed environments aimed to bring fans as close as possible to the artists. Every location’s restaurant and bar is adorned with signature original folk-art – part of the world’s largest collection – combined with the House of Blues legendary hospitality and tantalizing cuisine.