On October 14th, 2011 I saw NOFX and Anti-Flag for the first time, at Chicago's House of Blues. Brandon Kelly of Lawrence Arms fame opened the show with an acoustic set. This was the first of two shows, the second took place the following night.
|Band Name||Billing||Amount of Set Watched|
|Old Man Malarkey||Support||Entire|
Allegedly, NOFX's setlist consisted of the following.
- We Called It America
- Leave It Alone
- Franco Un-American
- Perfect Government (Mark Curry cover)
- Murder the Government
- Eat the Meek
- Fuck the Kids (Revisited)
- Radio (Rancid cover)
- Insulted by Germans (Again)
- Bottles to the Ground
- Theme from a NOFX Album
Additionally, every artist preformed a cover that night. Anti-Flag did The Clash's Should I Stay Or Should I Go. Old Man Malarkey covered Screeching Weasel's song Science of Belief. And Brandon Kelly played Skulls, originally by the legendary Misfits