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Third Eye Blind + Yellowcard - July 18, 2024

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3eb24"Semi-Charmed Life" rockers Third Eye Blind will bring their fourth edition of the Summer Gods Tour to Jones Beach on Thur, July 18 - tix: https://THIRDEYEBLIND.jonesbeach.com

The San Francisco band will be joined by openers Yellowcard and A R I Z O N A.

“I have this sense that I am feeling the same way everybody else is—that we need a summer tour so badly, like more than ever,” Stephan Jenkins said in a statement. “We need the lights, the noise, the heat and everybody up close to each other, singing as one. Can't wait."

“Third Eye Blind self-titled is a masterclass in songwriting that blew all of our minds when it released in 1997,” said Ryan Key of Yellowcard. “As ‘90s kids we were gifted with so much incredible music in our formative years and we are all such massive fans of the band because of that record. It doesn’t feel real yet that we will be sharing the stage with one of our all time favorite bands every night this summer.”

Third Eye Blind is commemorating the 25th anniversary of “Jumper” with the world’s first playable .999 silver-coated and .997 karat gold-coated records, manufactured in Germany. The B-side is an engraving celebrating the cover art of the self-titled album.

“25 years in, ‘Jumper’ makes a message of the value of a common heart. I’m happy that this is the first message immortalized on precious metals,” says Jenkins said. “The song has gone from dark to light. It started as a noir—where I am talking to somebody telling what I would have said to them had they not jumped off the Coronado bridge. Pretty dark stuff. Now when I sing it, it is a celebration of understanding and inclusivity and you can see how eager people are to express that feeling. I love it. I love the transition.”

In commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the band's single "Jumper," Third Eye Blind is releasing a series of limited edition recordings, pressed on gold ($800) and silver ($450) coated records. A pure gold edition of the record, limited to 25 copies, is made to order, and a price is available upon request. A portion of the proceeds will benefit SeaTrees, which supports communities and scientists who protect and regenerate blue carbon coastal ecosystems.
 


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