Third Eye Blind

Rocking, melodic, fun.

Best Seats to see Third Eye Blind

Affordable Events Near Me: Ashburn, VA

Jul 19

Fri . 06:30 PM

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Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

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Jun 08

Sat . 09:30 PM

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Northern Quest Resort & Casino, Airway Heights, WA

Jun 09

Sun . 08:30 PM

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Ford Idaho Center, Nampa, ID

Jun 13

Thu . 09:30 PM

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WaMu Theater, Seattle, WA

Jun 14

Fri . 09:30 PM

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Hayden Homes Amphitheater, Bend, OR

Jun 15

Sat . 09:30 PM

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Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA

Jun 20

Thu . 09:30 PM

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The Greek Theatre - Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

Jun 21

Fri . 09:30 PM

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North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre, Chula Vista, CA

Jun 22

Sat . 08:00 PM

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Fontainebleau, Las Vegas, NV

Jun 25

Tue . 08:30 PM

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Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre, West Valley City, UT

Jun 26

Wed . 08:30 PM

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Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO
Third Eye Blind has been around the block and then some. Formed in San Francisco in The Early '90s, they skyrocketed to fame with hits like "Semi-Charmed Life" and "Jumper." But what keeps the fans coming back for more isn't just their '90s classics; it's their ability to captivate Audiences of all sizes, from intimate settings to expansive arenas.

Speaking of venues, forget about the usual suspects; Third Eye Blind has graced stages you wouldn't even think of. Take the Brooklyn Steel in New York—a venue that perfectly bridges the gap between cozy and expansive. With a 1,800-person capacity, there’s no bad seat in the house. For those looking to catch them in a smaller, more intimate setting, the band has also rocked the House of Independents in Asbury Park, New Jersey. A venue with a 500-person capacity, it's The Kind of place where you can experience the music viscerally.

On the flip side, if grandiosity is what you seek, the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Texas is where you'd want to be. With a capacity for over 16,000, the natural forest setting adds an enchanting backdrop. No matter the venue's size, Third Eye Blind knows how to scale their performance to make each show unique.

Your quest for the best seats requires some strategy. If it's a smaller venue, early ticket booking is your friend; you want to snatch up those spots close to the stage. For larger venues, consider VIP packages—they might be pricier, but the perks often include more favorable seating.

Now, let's talk money. For a smaller venue like House of Independents, you're likely looking at a $40-$60 range. Contrast this with the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, where prices start at $30 but can go up to $150 for VIP or premium seating options. Always factor in additional costs like parking or merchandise; a little foresight goes a long way in getting the best bang for your buck.

Throughout their career, Third Eye Blind has shared the stage with a medley of artists, underlining their cross-genre appeal. From co-headlining with Dashboard Confessional to more recent collaborations with bands like Jimmy Eat World, they've proven they can mesh with various Musical landscapes. It's this kind of adaptability that's cemented their laSting appeal.

To catch Third Eye Blind in their element is to witness a band that’s conquered the most obscure stages and the most grandiose, always delivering a memorable performance. With an almost chameleon-like ability to adapt their performance to any venue size, Third Eye Blind has cemented themselves as a must-see live act, a band that can evoke nostalgia while also pushing forward into new musical territories. So whether you're rocking out up close or swaying to the music from a comfortable perch in a larger arena, one thing's for sure: you'll want to be in the best seats to fully capture the experience. And remember, when it comes to a live show, the experience is priceless.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What kind of music does Third Eye Blind play?
Third Eye Blind plays a mix of alternative rock, pop, and post-grunge.
How long have Third Eye Blind been performing?
Third Eye Blind has been performing since 1993.
What is the best way to get tickets for a Third Eye Blind concert?
The best way to get tickets for a Third Eye Blind concert is to purchase them online or through a ticket vendor.
Does Third Eye Blind have any upcoming concerts?
Yes, Third Eye Blind has several upcoming concerts in various cities. Check their website for more information.
What is the best way to enjoy a Third Eye Blind concert?
The best way to enjoy a Third Eye Blind concert is to sing along to the songs and have a great time with friends!

Interesting Information about Third Eye Blind

  • Third Eye Blind has released six studio albums since their formation in 1993.
  • The band has sold over 12 million albums worldwide.
  • Third Eye Blind has won several awards, including a Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance in 2000.
  • The band has toured extensively throughout the United States and Europe.
  • Third Eye Blind has been featured in several films, including the hit movie "American Pie".