PHOTOS: Night of rock at the SOEC with Sum 41 and The Offspring

Sum 41 had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre (SOEC) going wild for their punk rock angst. The band is touring across Canada with co-headliner The Offspring and opener Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News) Sum 41 had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre (SOEC) going wild for their punk rock angst. The band is touring across Canada with co-headliner The Offspring and opener Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
Sum 41 had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre (SOEC) going wild for their punk rock angst. The band is touring across Canada with co-headliner The Offspring and opener Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
Sum 41 had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre (SOEC) going wild for their punk rock angst. The band is touring across Canada with co-headliner The Offspring and opener Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
Sum 41 had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre (SOEC) going wild for their punk rock angst. The band is touring across Canada with co-headliner The Offspring and opener Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
Sum 41 had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre (SOEC) going wild for their punk rock angst. The band is touring across Canada with co-headliner The Offspring and opener Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News) Sum 41 had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre (SOEC) going wild for their punk rock angst. The band is touring across Canada with co-headliner The Offspring and opener Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
The Offspring had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre belting out all of their hits during their performance on Nov. 30. The band co-headlined with Sum 41 for a cross-Canada tour with Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News) The Offspring had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre belting out all of their hits during their performance on Nov. 30. The band co-headlined with Sum 41 for a cross-Canada tour with Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News) The Offspring had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre belting out all of their hits during their performance on Nov. 30. The band co-headlined with Sum 41 for a cross-Canada tour with Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News) The Offspring had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre belting out all of their hits during their performance on Nov. 30. The band co-headlined with Sum 41 for a cross-Canada tour with Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
The Offspring had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre belting out all of their hits during their performance on Nov. 30. The band co-headlined with Sum 41 for a cross-Canada tour with Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)
The Offspring had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre belting out all of their hits during their performance on Nov. 30. The band co-headlined with Sum 41 for a cross-Canada tour with Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News) The Offspring had the crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre belting out all of their hits during their performance on Nov. 30. The band co-headlined with Sum 41 for a cross-Canada tour with Dinosaur Pile-Up. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)

Sum 41 and The Offspring revived rock and roll in Penticton last friday night.

The crowd in the South Okanagan Events Centre was rowdy, on its feet and ready to belt out all of the classics from these two legendary bands on Nov. 30.

The opening band Dinosaur Pile-Up never took the stage, but that didn’t deter fans from waiting it out to see Sum 41 and The Offspring take the stage later in the evening as part of their cross-Canada tour.

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Jordyn Thomson | Reporter
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