Social Distortion

Mike Ness of Social Distortion performs during the 3rd Annual Shaky Knees Music Festival at Atlanta Central Park on May 9, 2015, in Atlanta. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP)

Following Dropkick Murphy's March appearance at the Heritage Ballroom in the  Lancaster County Convention Center, the Chameleon Club announced another big concert for the fall — a co-headlining appearance from Social Distortion and Flogging Molly.

Tickets for the Sunday, Sept. 1 performance go on sale this Friday, June 14 and can be found here. Opening the show is Le Butcherettes and the Devil Makes Three.

Social Distortion is primarily known for its self-titled 1990 album, which featured hits such as "Story of My Life" and a cover of Johnny Cash's classic "Ring of Fire." Flogging Molly's most recent album, "Life Is Good," was released in 2017. Click here to find more information on the performance.