D.O.A. Arrives Alive And Well

Canadian punk band D.O.A. returns to the States on a headlining tour that includes appearances at events such as the in Las Vegas and Denver.

Formed in 1978, D.O.A. currently consists of Joe “Shithead” Keithley (guitar/vocals), Paddy Duddy (drums) and Mike Hodsall (bass). Known for its outspoken political and social stance, the latest album Hard Rain Falling includes singles “Not Gonna Take Your Crap No More,” that rallies for a livable wage and fair corporate pay, and “The Cops Shot a Kid” track addresses the current tension in America over perceived police brutality.

For over 25 years D.O.A. has been influencing musicians and fans alike with its high-energy, short and to the point songs that give a loud voice to those who might otherwise not be heard. Check out the dates below to see that punk’s not dead while D.O.A. still lives.

May 13 – Bellingham, Wash., The Shakedown
May 23 – Salem, Ore., The Space
May 24 – Santa Cruz, Calif., The Catalyst
May 25 – Tarzana, Calif., Petie’s Place
May 27 – San Diego, Calif., The Casbah
May 28 – Los Angeles, Calif., Los Globos
May 29 – Las Vegas, N.V., LVCS (Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival)
May 30 – Mesa, Ariz., Club Red Theatres
May 31 – Long Beach, Calif., Gaslamp Music+Bar+Kitchen
June 2 – Denver, Colo., Summit Music Hall (Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival)
June 4 – Richland, Wash., Emerald of Siam
June 23 – Toronto, Ontario, Lee’s Palace (appearing with Flag)

Tickets on sale now. Visit the bands Facebook page for more information.