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First Published: September 25, 2022

Hoobastank, Litt, Alien Ant Farm and Christopher Law at MPAC

(Morristown, NJ) — SoCal alternative/rock bands Hoobastank and Lit are coming to Japan at the Mayo Performing Arts Center (MPAC). Tuesday, October 18, 7:00 p.m. With Alien Ant Farm and Ataris vocalist Christopher Law as part of their Tried and True tour. Tickets range from $39 to $79.

20 November 2021, Hoobastank Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the self-titled release, Hoobastank. The 2001 album launched the band’s career with great success with singles like “Crawling In The Dark”, “Running Away” and “Remember Me”, all of which have since been certified RIAA platinum. Nearly 20 years later, the band still has over 6 million monthly listeners on his Spotify, with streams of “Crawling In The Dark” surpassing her 100 million.

The band’s 2003 follow-up studio album cause It took them to greater heights and cemented Hoobastank as a household name. The title track, “The Reason,” went 4x RIAA Platinum for him, and the album went 2x RIAA Platinum for him, earning him No. 1 on many charts. ‘The Reason’ scored over 2 billion streams/views for him and streaming across his platforms paved the way for the band’s catalog of over 3 billion. The band looks forward to continued success while applauding what they have achieved so far.

lighting Regarded as one of the preeminent bands to emerge from the post-grunge era of the late ’90s, they went on to define an entire generation of SoCal power punk (No Doubt, Blink 182, The Offspring) with blistering hits like “My Own.” was helpful. He has released seven worldwide studio his albums including RIAA certified platinum his albums such as “Worst Enemy”, “Miserable”, “Zip-Lock” and “Lipstick & Bruises”. where the sun shines, and their latest release, taste like gold (Round Hill Records) featuring the new single “Mouth Shut”.

The band remains one of the most active from that era, with three original members including brothers Ajay (lead vocals) and Jeremy Popoff (lead guitar), Kevin Valdes (bass) and new drummer Taylor Carroll. and a primary member. Their double-platinum mega-hit “My Own Worst Enemy” is one of the most broadcast (255 million plays on Spotify), covered (shown here), karaoke and recognizable rock hits of the last 20 years. One and won Billboard Music. Winner of Modern Rock Song of the Year, Pamela’s haunting video for “Miserable” featuring Anderson made him one of the top 10 most played songs of 2000.

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Mayo Performing Arts Center (MPAC) is located at 100 South Street in Morristown, New Jersey. A (501(c)(3) non-profit organization, MPAC offers a wide range of programs to entertain, enrich and educate the region’s diverse population and increase the economic vitality of northern New Jersey.2022- The 2023 season was funded, in part, by support received from the New Jersey Arts Council/Department of State, National Endowment for the Arts partner institutions, and the FM Kirby Foundation, Blanche and Irving Lowry Foundation, and the Mayo Performing Arts Center as a member of the League of Historic American It was named Outstanding Historic Theater of 2016 by Theatre, and was ranked among the top 50 mid-sized performing arts centers by Polestar Magazine.

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