Rancid: A Benefit Concert For Ohlhoff Recovery Program

Thursday, November 29, at 7:00pm

The Regency Ballroom, 1290 Sutter St., San Francisco, California 94109

Doors Open: 06:00PM

Tickets On Sale: Fri, 21 Sep 2018 at 10:00AM PDT

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“Rancid is excited to announce that we will be doing a special benefit show in San Francisco. We gathered some of our close friends in local Bay Area bands to play with us on Thursday, November 29th at the Regency Ballroom. It’s a very special cause for all of us personally and we hold it very dear to our hearts. For the last 60 years, The Ohlhoff Recovery Programs has been helping men and women in their path to recovery including myself and so many others. They are a staple in the community and a true asset to the city. All the proceeds from the show go to the Ohlhoff Recovery Program and help keep the doors open for those still in need. Please join us for some great fun, great bands, and Punk Rock-N-Roll.” - Lars

The roots of Rancid are traceable back to Operation Ivy at 924 Gilman Street in Berkeley, Ca. circa 1987. After Operation Ivy broke up, Tim Armstrong and Matt Freeman went on to form Rancid. In 1993 they signed with long time producer, and label founder Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion and Epitaph, who would stay on with the band for the next 20 years as the bands producer. Rancid (Tim Armstrong, Lars Frederiksen, Matt Freeman, Branden Steineckert) has stayed independent. They have their own independent booking agent, they’re on an independent record label, Hellcat/Epitaph, and they make their own t-shirts.Rancid’s new record Honor Is All We Know is again produced by Brett Gurewitz. So here it comes everybody, one more time, it's Rancid.See ya in the pit.