How to buy tickets, prices, dates

We don’t know about you, but when someone mentions Third Eye Blind, we start humming the “Doot Doot Doot” part of “Semi-Charmed Life,” and before we know it, we’re straight into the set back in the late 90’s.

Now, more than 25 years after that single stuck in everyone’s mind, you can hear all your favorites and more when the group embarks on their spring tour, An Evening With Third Eye Blind, from March 10th to April 15th.

The 25-concert tour will see them stop at the Wellmont Theater in Montclair, NJ on March 24th, Albany’s Palace Theater on March 28th and Buffalo’s UB Center For The Arts on March 29th.

The band also can’t wait to reconnect with fans on tour.

“Deeper, harder, faster…that’s right kids we’re back for the second half of a tour this March,” Third Eye Blind shared on Instagram. “All fresh for spring and full of goodies to please your soul.”

So if you need a treat to please your soul or just want to sing “How’s It Gonna Be” at the top of your lungs with the band, here’s everything you need to know about the tour.

Third Eye Blind 2023 tour schedule

An Evening with Third Eye Blind opens March 10th at The Fillmore in New Orleans, LA.

Notable stops on the fugitive include Jacksonville (March 16), Hershey (March 23), Chicago (April 1), Omaha (April 6), and Tucson (April 12).

The expansive tour concludes April 15th at the Events Center at the Pala Casino in Pala, CA.

A full calendar of all upcoming Third Eye Blind tour dates, venues, show start times and links to purchase tickets can be found here.

Third Eye Blind new music

Stephan Jenkins and Co. are still releasing new records at a semi-regular pace.

In 2021, Third Eye Blind released the nine-track album Our Bande Apart composed of original songs. This year they went acoustic, unleashing stripped-down renditions that reimagined their ’90s hits as cozy, folksy jams on “Unplugged.”

Both are excellent additions while also drawing on and complementing the group’s already impressive back catalogue.

90s rockers on tour in 2023

Need a touch of ’90s nostalgia?

Give these five mega acts a shot as they come to a city near you on their 2023 tours.

• Red hot chili peppers

• Matchbox Twenty

• Goo Goo Dolls

• Blink 182

• Adam Sandler

If you want to go even more old school, be sure to check out our list of the 22 greatest classic rock tours of 2023. How to buy tickets, prices, dates

Emma Bowman

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