Last night, Boston pop-punk band Transit played the last show they may ever play in The Ocean State. To give fans who couldn’t make it to the show front row seats to their performance, Transit live streamed a part of their set at the Fete Music Hall in Providence, Rhode Island.

“We will be live streaming a portion of every set over the next 11 shows. We love you all. Everyone who couldn’t make it out I hope you have some happiness. Thank you planet earth.” Transit wrote on their Facebook page shortly after positing this video:



Over the next week, the band will round out the Transit Farewell Tour in New York, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut, before playing their last three dates in their home state of Massachusetts. Transit’s final show will take place at the Sinclair in Boston, Massachusetts on Tuesday, April 26th. LIKEYOUSAID will join Transit at the last stop of the Transit Farewell Tour to talk about the band’s ten years together and each of the members plans for the foreseeable future.

Fans of the band are encouraged to email any questions they may have for the band to




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Since forming in Stoneham, Massachusetts in 2006, Transit has released five albums, four EPs, and one split with Man Overboard. Transit’s 2013 release Young New England reached number 4 on the Billboard Heatseakers charts. The band has toured 14 countries and performed in support of pop-punk staples like Taking Back Sunday, Four Year Strong, and The Wonder Years. In 2014, Transit released their final album, Joyride.


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