Those fun loving ska-punk goofballs known affectionately to fans as FIF (yes that Five Iron Frenzy) are still cranking out hits even into their senior ages. It’s wonderful to see such elderly folks rip it up on stage along side those young (at heart) punk rockers Squad 5-0. What am I getting at? Well these two powerhouse, chart topping hit makers that most people still haven’t heard of, Five Iron Frenzy and Squad 5-0 are coming together to perform a couple of shows at the local senior center next year in January 2018. Tickets are going as fast as granny’s bingo card so don’t wait on these. Order your tickets here. Watch a short video from Leanor, below. Don’t forget to rock out with your cane out!

FIF and Squad Five-O in January 2018

JACKSONVILLE and ATLANTA — Tickets are onsale now!–Five Iron Frenzy and Squad Five-O together on one bill!

Posted by Five Iron Frenzy on Friday, December 1, 2017

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