Two rock-radio mainstays that formed in the ’90s ignite epic sing-alongs with hits including “Semi-Charmed Life” and “The Middle”
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- Seating: orchestra
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Third Eye Blind
- 3EB’s breakthrough debut: In 1997, the group released its self-titled first studio album, which went platinum six times and delivered the soundtrack to the ’90s with mega-hits “Semi-Charmed Life,” “Jumper,” “How’s It Going to Be,” and “Graduate.”
- What they’ve done since then: released four more Billboard 200–charting albums, assembled one career retrospective, and celebrated the 20th anniversary of their debut
- Where you’ve seen them lately: setting attendance records at festivals such as Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo, making national headlines by rescuing a group of kids caught in a rip current off the beaches of North Carolina, and appearing for charities such as PETA and The Jimmy Miller Foundation
- What to expect live: In addition to performing hits, new tracks, and even more hits, the band uses a hub of technologies to develop close exchange with the audience, making crowd interaction a central part of the show.
Jimmy Eat World
- Their origin story: Four friends from Mesa, AZ got together in the early ’90s and started making music that would help define an entire genre.
- Their breakthrough: The band dropped Bleed American in 2001, and with it, four monster singles that included the title track, “A Praise Chorus,” and chart-topping hit “The Middle.” Their follow-up release, 2004’s Futures, was certified gold, and 2007’s Chase the Light became their highest-charting album.
- What they’ve been up to: touring the country and the world almost nonstop, playing to fans in venues ranging from small clubs to giant festival stages
- What fans can expect on tour: 30 dates of great music, including all the hits. It’s a celebration of the 25th summer of the band.
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