- $26 for one ticket to see 311 with special guests The Wailers
- When: Sunday, July 6, at 7:30 p.m.
- Where: Freedom Hill Amphitheatre
- Door time: 6:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Section 100 or 300 of pavilion 1 (up to a $59.25 value)
- Section 400 or 700 of pavilion 3 (up to a $48.15 value)
311 with The Wailers
- 311's sound: positive vibes through a fusion of rap, reggae, and hard rock
- Origin of their name: 311 is the police code for indecent exposure in the band's hometown of Omaha, Nebraska
- Pertinent numbers that aren't in their name: 5 (the number of band members), 2 (vocalists: hyperactive rapper S.A. Martinez and the lower-registered Nick Hexum)
- The band's breakthrough: their self-titled 1995 album, which went triple-platinum thanks to the singles "Don't Stay Home," "All Mixed Up," and “Down”
- The band's opus: the 68-minute beast, Transistor
- Latest album: Stereolithic, which was released on 311 Day
- The date of 311 day: March 11, which the band celebrated this year by playing a five-hour, 66-song concert in New Orleans
- How you know The Wailers: they're the band that launched Bob Marley and have sold more than 250 million albums worldwide
- Who's behind the mic now: Koolant, who joined The Wailers after they spotted him in the film Made in Jamaica
- Also joining the festivities: an 8-piece brass band and a 13-piece orchestra
Freedom Hill Amphitheatre
14900 Metropolitan Pkwy.
Sterling Heights, MI 48312