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VIDEO: The Offspring performing, ‘Why Don’t You Get a Job?’ in Abbotsford

The Offspring played at Abbotsford Centre on Nov. 30 with Sum 41

The Offspring played at Abbotsford Centre on Nov. 30 as one of their four stops in the B.C. leg of their current tour with Sum 41.

A video one fan took shows the band playing their hit-single released in 1998, “Why Don’t You Get a Job?” to an enthusiastic crowd punching dozens of beach balls into the air.

The Offspring have produced numerous platinum records and, for the first time in seven years, are releasing new – still untitled – album with Grammy-winning producer Bob Rock.

This year marks the band’s 35th anniversary and the 25th anniversary since their breakout album, Smash.

Check out the video below.

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