Reel Big Fish are bringing their "Turn the Radio Off" tour to Tricky Falls in February, along with Anti-Flag.

Southern California's ska-punk band Reel Big Fish are coming to town and bringing Black Flag to the party. The band is on their 20th anniversary celebration tour for their 1996 album "Turn the Radio Off." Reel Big Fish started back in the early 1990s and achieved fame with their hit "Sell Out." After that, the band continued to have a cult-like following from their fans.

Recently, many bands have decided to come out on tour and play their hit albums in their entirety, Slayer performed "Reign In Blood" at Riot Fest, The Used recently toured and performed their debut and sophomore albums in two nights in each town they visited and even brand New came right here to El Paso and did their entire "The Devil and God Are Raging Inside of Me" album for its ten year anniversary. Now, Reel Big Fish will be performing "Turn The Radio Off" for their 20 year anniversary.

Get ready to see one of the most successful ska punk bands in history Friday, February 3rd at Tricky Falls. Tricky Falls is located at 209 South El Paso Street. Tickets on sale now through Ticketfly and they start at $22.50. The tickets will be $25 at the door. Find out more details at Facebook Event Page.