Orange County pop punks, Lit, will be marking the 15th anniversary of their classic album, A Place In The Sun, by playing the record in its entirety this weekend at The Craufurd Arms.
The album helped propel the band to stardom towards the end of the century.
It spawned the singles, Miserable, Zip-Lock and the classic My Own Worst Enemy.
The latter held the number one spot on the Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart for three months and has sold more than 650,000 copies.
Lit comprise of singer A Jay Popoff, guitarist Jeremy Popoff, bassist Keven Blades and drummer Nathan Walker.
Lit released their most recent album, The View from the Bottom, in 2012.
They play the Wolverton venue on Sunday, November 23. Doors open at 7.30pm, tickets cost £17.50 in advance before fees.
On Tuesday, Frankie and the Heartstrings headline the venue.
Doors open at 7.30pm, tickets cost £7 in advance before fees.
For more details about all forthcoming gigs, visit www.thecraufurdarms.com