Third Eye Blind has tons of hits under its belt. Songs like “Semi-Charmed Life,” “How’s it Going to Be,” and “Jumper” are on many a playlist. As much fun as it is to stream the music, it’s even better when you hear it live. You can do just that by getting tickets to see Third Eye Blind at Ascend Amphitheater on July 24 as part of the band’s Summer Gods Tour. Lawn tickets are $29.50 and there are also some seats available for $55-$58. The seats are resale tickets, though, so you might not have much longer to pick yours up. Grab your seat or spot on the lawn today and get ready to rock out to your favorite band.
The Summer Gods Tour – What You Need to Know
This isn’t just a tour: It’s a celebration that marks the 20th anniversary of the band’s debut album. And celebrate it does. The band plays the entire debut album in its entirety, starting with the first song and ending with the last.
It doesn’t start with the album, though; first you’ll hear a handful of the band’s most recent songs. The recent songs are a bit edgier than the earlier ones and will get you in the mood to have a fun night.
Then, it will be time to listen to the band’s self-titled album. It’ll kick off with “Losing a Whole Year” and end with the last note of the last song. There are lots of hits in between, such as “Graduate” and “How’s It Going to Be.” Those songs each have a heavy dose of nostalgia: The album dropped in 1997, and you can feel the 90s slipping away with each track.
An Evening with Pals
Third Eye Blind plays huge arenas, but the band still makes you feel like you’re chilling in a friend’s living room. From the way the band interacts with the audience to the urge to leave the phones alone and stay in the moment, you can tell Third Eye Blind is excited to share music with the audience. This concert will effortlessly take you back to the days when you would hang out at a friend’s house, listening to the latest Third Eye Blind album.
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Getting to the Concert
The Third Eye Blind concert is going to be so much fun and you don’t want to miss it. Getting your ticket is step one. Next, you need to decide how you are going to get there. Is your current vehicle reliable enough to guarantee you will arrive? If not, it’s time to visit Nashville Toyota North in Nashville, Tennessee. Once you get your new Toyota, you will be ready to see the band.