Produced for Fuse TV, this documentary series chronicles the antics of the California-based band NOFX. The outrageous punkers travel from one end of the globe to the other on an ever-eventful, long-running international tour. Highlights include a disastrous concert in Guayaquil, Peru, a performance attended by a select group of spoiled brats at an Ecuadorian tennis club, and a stop at an S and M club in Japan.
Punk legends NOFX travel all over South America as they attempt to make up several canceled shows from a previous world tour. Their success at keeping their word to their fans depends on their success at navigating drunken arguments, shady promoters, riot police, and a tsunami.
NOFX: Backstage Passport is a documentary series that was shown on the music network Fuse about NOFX's 2008 world tour. The show documents the stops on the tour and the band's reaction to various events. The creation of the show was noteworthy, due to the band's often noted disdain for the media including music television. NOFX: Backstage Passport was released on DVD on March 17, 2009. In August 2012 in an interview with El Hefe at SRH Festival, it was announced that there would be a season two of NOFX: Backstage Passport. Fat Mike had previously announced it via his Twitter account.