What You'll Get
- One G-Pass to see Collective Soul and Our Lady Peace with special guest Tonic, starting from $20
- Seating: General Admission Lawn or Sections 3-8
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How G-Pass Works: Following purchase, your G-Pass will be in My vouchers. You may redeem your G-Pass via the mobile app when you enter the venue. You may also print it out in advance. Use the G-Pass to enter the venue directly; you won’t need to redeem at will call. Discount reflects the merchant’s current ticket prices - price may differ on day of event.
- The Collective: principal songwriter and frontman Ed Roland (lead vocals/keyboards/guitars), Dean Roland (rhythm guitarist), Will Turpin (bassist), Johnny Rabb (drummer), and Jesse Triplett (lead guitarist)
- Their Formation: happened in the tiny town of Stockbridge, GA, in the early ’90s
- What They Started: alternative rock, in a sense—the band helped define and redefine the genre’s sound throughout its multi-platinum-selling career
- How They’re Continuing: through their long-awaited ninth studio album and Vanguard Records debut
- See What You Started By Continuing: the album—complete with the new single “This”—which kicks off the band’s 21st Birthday tour
- What Makes It Special: it was recorded after a year’s hiatus following 19 years of non-stop touring
- Ed Roland’s Take: “When we came back together, we were rested and more confident than we had ever been in our careers. We never thought of this as a second chance, but more of a second breath. We wanted to continue doing what we had always done and that was to make guitar driven music.”
Our Lady Peace
- The OLP Sound: Raine Maide’s huff-to-falsetto vocals contrast and complement straightforward hooks, quiet-loud-quiet song structures, and heart-on-the-sleeve lyrics—in other words, the very essence of ’90s alt rock.
- The Name: It’s taken from a Mark Van Doren poem, and is a considerable improvement over the band’s initial name, “As If.”
- Their First Breakthrough: Four years after forming in Toronto, the group landed its first US modern-rock hit with 1996’s “Starseed” and gained further exposure by touring with fellow Canadian Alanis Morissette.
- Clumsy: OLP’s agile sophomore album went platinum in the US and earned the rare diamond certification in Canada thanks to the megahits “Superman’s Dead” and “Clumsy.”
- Other OLP Hits that Scaled the Charts: “One Man Army,” “Is Anybody Home?,” “Somewhere Out There”
- What’s New: the single “Won’t Turn Back,” which finds the band exploring catchy dance pop without losing any of their edge.
- What to Expect: a mix of classic OLP hits, plus tastes of the band’s latest recordings, which Maide says contain “three of [his] favorite OLP songs [they’ve] recorded in a long time”
Also Appear: Tonic, the alt rockers who brought the world their heart-wrenching chart-topper “If You Could Only See”
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