Ska stalwarts behind “Sell Out” and “Beer” bring big horns to the stage; punk vets Anti-Flag perform anthemic hits
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Reel Big Fish and Anti-Flag
Reel Big Fish: The project of pompadoured frontman Aaron Barrett, Reel Big Fish led the third wave of ska in the late ’90s with beefy horns and radio-ready hits such as “Sell Out” from the Gold-certified Turn the Radio Off.
Anti-Flag: An American punk-rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Formed in 1988 by singer/guitarist Justin Sane and drummer Pat Thetic, the band released their first album, Die For the Government, in 1996.