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Why see Third Eye Blind?

Third Eye Blind live

San Franciscan rockers Third Eye Blind burst out of the 1990s in a whirlwind of certified-platinum success and singles ranking in the Top 10 of the US Billboard Hot 100, in fact, the 1997 debut single Semi-Charmed Life was a veritable anthem of the era. Don't miss them as they embark on their newest tour!

Third Eye Blind have enjoyed the lasting success of a legacy band. With legions of fans that have stuck with them since the beginning, as well as their penchant for writing infectious hooks and rhythmic melodies, the quintet has certainly solidified their status as pop-rock royalty. Don't miss this high-energy celebration of a stellar career!

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Dates

Jul 20

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Customer reviews

2 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)

G. Knauff

Awesome!

Third Eye Blind at Red Rocks last night was a concert to be remembered! Such an amazing venue and the staff was extremely nice. Third Eye Blind put on a strong show. We have seen them perform before at other venues but they were especially outstanding last night. They were justvas excited to perform for us as we were to be there!! Covid definitely has taken a toll on everyone and we/they were back!! They played a song list mixed with classic favorites and some new material. Super energized and full of nostalgia...best concert ever!! We ate at the restaurant downstairs at the venue..very nice. ... Read more

Andy Lasher

Awesome Show!

What an incredible show! I have been a fan of Third Eye Blind for years and seen them several times. To be able to see them at a small venue that holds 850 people was very cool. Steven is a great front man and the guitar player is outstanding! He has such a cool mix of effects to get his signiture sound. I was very impressed with the entire band! We arrived early hoping to get a bite to eat locally, but the three local restaurants in walking g distance were jammed. We were pleased to find Johnny's Dog House serving complimentary burgers and dogs in the Queen waiting area. Nice touch. We did stand waiting for the band to take the stage for an hour with no place to sit, but once the show started there would have been no sitting down anyway. I won't worry next time about getting there early to get a good spot as people are mixing up constantly. Over all a great evening! It's not often I get to see a favorite band in an intimate setting like the Queen. ... Read more

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