Lit performing at the HEB Center in Cedar Park, Texas on August 22, 2018, with A.Jay Popoff, Jeremy Popoff, Kevin Baldes, and Evan Kilbourne.
Fullerton, CA's Lit came together in the late 80s and shot to stardom with the release of their Billboard topping second album, A Place in the Sun, via RCA in 1998. The first single, Billboard Music award winning "My Own Worst Enemy," became one of the biggest hits of the year.

The following singles, "Zip-Lock" (featuring Blink-182 in the video) and "Miserable" (featuring Pamela Anderson in the video), both also shot up the charts, driving the album to go platinum in the US. Despite the shocking loss of drummer Allen Shellenberger, Lit continued to develop a devoted fan following as they progressively evolved their sound from pop punk to a more country influence.

Lit has maintained a constant festival and touring presence, including Warped Rewind At Sea, Rockfest, Download Festival, and Driftwood Festival. The band is currently A.Jay Popoff (Vocals), Jeremy Popoff (Guitar), Kevin Baldes (Bass), and Evan Kilbourne (Drums).
Setlist for the show at the HEB Center
  • American Girl
  • Zip-Lock
  • Someday Maybe
  • Good Problem to Have
  • Miserable
  • Four
  • The Last Time Again
  • My Own Worst Enemy

Lit shared the stage with Buckcherry, P.O.D., and Alien Ant Farm at the HEB Center. The band continues across the United States with the last stop at the The Artourage in Fresno, California on September 8, 2018.

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