Alt-rock powerhouse Everclear headlines a bill that includes hard rockers Fuel, post-grunge act Toadies, and pop-punk band American Hi-Fi
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Everclear: Steered by the punchy vocals and riffs of bleached-blonde frontman Art Alexakis, this Portland alt-rock powerhouse filled the ’90s and early 2000s with infectious hits such as “Santa Monica” and “I Will Buy You a New Life.” They haven’t stopped rocking, either—they released their ninth studio album, Black is the New Black, in 2015.
Fuel: With original lead singer Brett Scallions’ passionate growl back behind the mic, the four-headed hard-rock hydra behind “Shimmer” and “Hemorrhage (In My Hands)” returns with distorted ballads from their latest album, 2014’s Puppet Strings.
Toadies: This post-grunge band first made a chainsaw-shaped mark on the rock scene with 1994’s Rubberneck, featuring the charging breakthrough single “Possum Kingdom.” Expect classics and more recent tracks from 2012’s Play.Rock.Music.
American Hi-Fi: This Boston pop-punk band—three members of which also play with Miley Cyrus—first hit the charts in 2001 with the bad-boyfriend anthem “Flavor of the Weak” off their self-titled debut and have continued to build buzz, most recently with 2014’s Blood & Lemonade.