If you didn't get a chance to make it out to Waterfront Park to see Rancid, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Less Than Jake and Hepcat at 91x's Scallywag Fest, don't fret! You can relive the ska and punk music festival here.
Bay Area punks Rancid headlined Scallywag Fest on Saturday, Oct. 20.
As expected, the crowd was out in full force.
The pink-clad ska legends of Mighty Mighty Bosstones also came on energetic and strong.
Socal ska and reggae act Hepcat got things going earlier in the day.
The band is composed of Greg Lee, Alex Desert, Deston Berry, Efren Santana, Kincaid Smith, Lino Trujillo and Greg Narvas.
They've been rockin' steady since 1989.
Less Than Jake were a huge ska and pop-punk band in the '90s.
As popular as they were in Southern California, they're actually from Florida.
Gainesville, Florida, to be exact.
Nice to see them still skankin' it up.
The crowd was plenty pleased as well.
As night closed in, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones opened things up even more.
Matching pink jackets and all.
The Boston ska-punk band was also hugely popular in the '90s.
Don't forget about the '80s either, though, as they formed in 1983!
And then, things went Rancid.
But in a good way.
The punk band was formed in 1991 in Berkeley, California.
The band was formed by Tim Armstrong and Matt Freeman, formerly of Operation Ivy.
Before guitarist Lars Frederiksen joined the band, Tim Armstrong asked Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong to play for them.
Despite what some people think, Tim and Billie Joe are not, in fact, related, but they are good friends.