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Years active  2001 – present
Active from  2001
Albums  Dėlionė / A Puzzle
Record label  M.P.3 Agency
4Fun httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu
Members  Julija Ritčik (leader, vocals, acoustic guitar) Justas Jasenka (vocals, electric guitar) Rimantas Jasenka (bass guitar) Laimonas Staniulionis (percussion)
Past members  Tomas Valeika (bass guitar 2001–2006) Alexandr Litz (lead guitar 2001–2002) Artur Zaikovski (lead guitar 2002–2003) Andžej Zujevič (lead guitar 2003–2008)
Genres  Rock music, Pop rock, Country music
Similar  Bonapartilv, Todomondo, The KMG's, Stevan Faddy, DQ

4fun live music band mix

4Fun (sometimes also Julia & 4Fun) is a Lithuanian music band. They play a wide range of music styles, including rock, pop rock, and country. The band was created in 2001 and participated in several national and international festivals, including Visaginas Country and the Eurovision Song Contest.


4Fun had participated in the national selection for the Eurovision three times. After unsuccessful attempts in 2005 and 2006, 4Fun won the national selection with their lyrical ballad Love or Leave and performance involving shadow play in 2007. They outstripped two other superfinalists: Aistė Pilvelytė and Rūta Ščiogolevaitė. 4Fun represented Lithuania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki and finished 21st with 28 points, with major votes from Ireland (12 points) and Latvia (10 points). Lead singer Julija Ritčik received a wild card entry directly to the finals of the national selection for Eurovision 2008, but placed only 12th out of 14 contestants. In 2008, 4Fun together with Latvian Valters & Kaža recorded song With U, which became a hit in Latvia.

4fun live music band


  • Gyvas (Alive) – 2004
  • Dėlionė/A Puzzle – 2009 (a double CD: one in Lithuanian, another in English)
  • Songs

    Love or LeaveDėlionė / A Puzzle · 2009
    Mėlyna žvaigždėDėlionė / A Puzzle · 2009
    With UDėlionė / A Puzzle · 2009


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