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Punk-rock band MXPX has built a worldwide following despite staying below the mainstream radio radar with fan-favorite songs “17,” “Everything Sucks (When You're Gone),” “I'm OK, You're OK,” and “Wrecking Hotel Rooms”! Don't miss your chance to see MXPX on tour LIVE! Buy your MXPX concert tickets now!
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MxPx Concert Tickets

The 1990s gave the music world some of the best punk rock bands in recent memory, and that includes MxPx. The trio from Washington has been playing together for more than 20 years, and with a long history of hit albums and songs, it's no surprise that MxPx tickets remain popular among fans.

MxPx can trace its roots back to 1992 when lead singer and Mike Herrera and drummer Yuri Ruley began playing together. While they started out covering songs by the likes of Black Flag and Descendents, eventually they worked their way to producing original music. After the band's 1994 debut, it released 1995's Teenage Politics, which went a long way to introducing MxPx to a wider audience thanks to tracks such as "Punk Rawk Show" and "Rainyday."

While MxPx had enjoyed modest success throughout the 90s, it wasn't until the 2000 release of The Ever Passing Moment that the band made a breakthrough into mainstream scene. This widespread appeal continued throughout the 2000s, especially with hit albums such as Secret Weapon and Plans Within Plans earning considerable critical acclaim. One thing is for sure: MxPx has not lost a step over the last two decades.