Reel Big Fish is a ska punk band from Huntington Beach, California. They became famous for their hit song “Sell Out” from their second album “Turn the Radio Off” in 1996, during the wave of ska in the 1990’s. They reached higher on the rock charts in 2002 with their single “Where Have You Been?” from their album “Cheer Up.”

Reel Big Fish is currently wrapping up some concerts they performed in November and December throughout the West coast. They will be going on tour in January going to a few more West coast states and Europe. They will also be performing at the 2010 Vans Warped Tour.

Reel Big Fish, The Aquabats Reveal Co-Headlining Summer Tour
The ska-punk legends of Reel Big Fish and The Aquabats are heading out on a tour together, hitting cities across North America for an ultimate summer bash. Pittsburgh will kick-off the fun on July 2, followed by shows in cities like Nashville, Austin, Kansas City, and Winnipeg. They’ll make... Read more
More than 12 diverse reggae, ska and alternative artists will appear on two music stages at South Florida’s new music festival, DubFest, this fall, when the AEG Live-produced festival will showcase the ocean and beach culture of South Florida on September 5 at ArtsPark in downtown Hollywood, FL. Grammy-winning... Read more
Ska music titans Reel Big Fish and The English Beat have announced a summer partnership that will take them to more than 20 cities across the United States. The trek kicks off July 3 at the Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak, MI. The co-head circuit is currently... Read more
Ska-punk band Reel Big Fish will be going full-swing in the New Year, as the band supports its upcoming studio album with an extensive world tour. A leg of U.S. dates begins the trek on January 1 at the House of Blues in San Diego, CA, and continues through... Read more