The Offspring Let Us Stuff Our Faces During Their Album Release Party at Chronic Tacos in Huntington Beach

Dinner is fuckin' served!
Dinner is fuckin' served!
Andrew Youssef

Andrew Youssef
Dinner is fuckin' served!

Free tacos, Gringo Bandito hot sauce, competitive eating champion Takeru Kobayashi, a mariachi band and the Offspring are all making an appearance at Chronic Tacos in Huntington Beach on 11th street tomorrow, June 26 from 5pm-7pm, to celebrate the release of the band's ninth studio album Days Go By.

When we interviewed Dexter Holland of the Offspring for last week's feature, the bleached blond frontman couldn't hide his unabashed enthusiasm for the new album, which finally hits stores this Tuesday (hence the free taco madness). While many big-name bands tend to shun their Orange County roots, the band are waving their OC flag high by throwing a local record release party.

For the low price of free 99, you get to witness the world-renowned eating machine Kobayashi show the kids how to wolf down an ungodly amount of tacos in a few minutes. The following taco eating contest will definitely generate some laughs as a mariachi band serenades your epic pig out session.

The Offspring will be on hand to autograph their new album or sign your old vinyl copy of "Ignition," along with exclusive limited Offspring T-shirts that will be screened at Chronic Tacos and handed out to some lucky patrons. So assemble your friends and cruise down Main Street in Huntington Beach blaring "Cruising California (Bumpin' In My Trunk) at full volume on your way to Chronic Tacos. Did we mention free tacos?!

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