Do you want to go back to a simpler time? A time when board shorts, frosted tips, and skate shoes were all the rage? Well, Canada's pop-punk icons of the early 2000s are making that possible this fall! The Sum 41 Canada tour just got announced, co-headlined with The Offspring. The tour will kick off on Nov. 12, 2019.\nThe epic throwback tour is set to hit 14 cities across the country kicking off in Halifax, Nova Scotia and concluding over in Kamloops, BC on Dec. 2, 2019.\nYou could check out the rest of the tour dates below:\nCanada! We're coming back this fall for 14 dates with @Offspring!Get pre-sale tickets Tuesday, August 20 @ 10am - Thursday, August 22 @ 10pm local time using password SKUMFUK. Public on sale begins Friday, August 23 at 10am local time. pic.twitter.com/PqZ9NqG9Zv— Sum 41 (@Sum41) August 19, 2019\nSum 41 is currently touring in support of their latest record Order in Decline, which was released back in July via Hopeless Records. The album received rave reviews and reignited the band’s popularity. The band had stepped out of the spotlight in recent years, partially due to lead singer Deryck Whibley’s struggle with alcoholism, as well as the departure of the band's long-time drummer Steve Jocz.\nThe Offspring are currently working on their first new album since Days Go By in 2012. The album’s release date has yet to be announced, but according to singer Dexter Holland, “it sounds like our old shit!”\n“I don’t really know how to describe it. I guess it’s punk rock, but then we throw in a couple of songs that aren’t what you’d normally predict,” Holland told Kerrang back in May.\nAnyone missing those early 2000’s vibes should definitely make it out to this epic Canadian tour! Tickets go on sale Aug. 23, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.