Pennywise have enjoyed a rich and full career, bringing their aggressive punk sounds to audiences around the world. But the band's fan base is likely stronger than anywhere else in their native Southern California and the group have chosen the historic Hollywood Palladium for three very special dates next March.

The group will perform their first three studio albums in their entirety over three nights at the Hollywood Palladium March 10-12. The first night will feature the band's self-titled Pennywise album, with Unknown Road being performed on March 11 and About Time following on March 12.

"Playing our first three albums over three nights at the Palladium is going to be ridiculous," says frontman Jim Lindberg. "Some of the songs on those albums we've never played live before so it's going to be a challenge for us to re-learn them all, but I think we're up to it. These are the albums that established our band as part of the whole, for lack of a better word, 'extreme' sports and music revolution that continues to this day. It was a great time for us making those albums and we're happy to be able to play them all in their entirety. Plus we have some great bands joining so it'll be a blast."

The debut disc features the band's hugely popular "Bro Hymn," while "Homesick" was the big song from the Unknown Road album and About Time featured "Same Old Story" as one of the singles.

Tickets for all three dates go on sale this Friday (Nov. 6) at 10AM PT. There are a variety of ticketing options, with fans available to order with 3-day and single day options available that include the opportunity to also add colored vinyl releases of the discs. Tickets will be available via Live Nation.

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