Agent Orange Playing Tiger Army's Octoberflame

09/15/2011
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Tiger Army has announced the final lineup for their fourth annual Octoberflame event.

The show is set to take place at City National Grove in Anaheim, California on October 28 and 29.

The band is proud to announce that punk legends Agent Orange will be the direct support with punk 'n' roll band Steller Corpses opening the show on October 29 and punk rockers the Swingin' Utters providing direct support with rockabilly act Reckless Ones opening on October 28.

Here's the event's official description: Tiger Army's annual Octoberflame event has become synonymous with Halloween and the fall season throughout the Southland over the last four years.

The shows draw a wide range of fans from around the world that descend upon Anaheim in celebration of the beloved Southern Californian band.

Celebrating their 15th anniversary this year, Tiger Army creates an experience for fans like no other. Each show more unique than the last, the trio strives to keep fans on their toes with surprise guests, covers and rarities, all along giving back to the fans that have supported them throughout their 15 year career.

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