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Reel Big Fish to Take On Levels

California ska-punk band Reel Big Fish will headline a show at Levels Nightclub on November 18 as part of their “Don’t Stop Skankin'” tour.

Reel Big Fish broke into the mainstream with their 1990 Gold certified release, Turn The Radio Off. Their subsequent albums received less commercial success, but Reel Big Fish has kept somewhat of a cult following throughout the years.

Reel Big Fish will be joined by ska band Five Iron Frenzy, alt-rockers Beautiful Bodies, and eclectic pop artist Beebs and Her Money Makers.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow, October 19, at LevelsTickets.com.

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