Punk Rock Band Thumb 41, confirmed to perform in Korea in March…Tickets open on February 1st and 2nd.
The rock band Thumb 41, represented by Still Waiting, will face Korean fans in person for the first time in 15 years.
The agency Wealive said on the 20th that the Canadian rock band Thumb 41’s performance in Korea will be held at Yes24 Live Hall in Seoul at 8 p.m. on March 28.
The punk rock band Thumb 41 is a five-member band consisting of vocalist Derek Whibley, guitar Dave Baksh and Tom Thacker, bass Jason McCaslin, and drum Frank Zummo.
They’re from the album, “Fat Lip”. Since its first full-length album “All Killer No Filler” in 2001, known as the hit of “In Too Deep,” and its second metal-like full-length album “Does This Look Infected?” consistently talked about by domestic fans, it has achieved more than 1,200 global hits until 2019.
The punk rock band Thumb 41’s visit to Korea is the first time in 15 years since its first visit in 2008, and is expected to attract considerable attention from the public and music fans looking forward to spring performances.
Tickets for punk rock band Thumb 41’s performance in Korea will be open for pre-sale: noon to 11:59 p.m. on February 1st, and for Ualive app general pre-sale: 6 p.m. on February 2nd, Yes24, etc.
Band Some is a familiar group to us, so as much as the fans’ expectations are high… Attention is focusing on what kind of performance he will show.