With great pleasure, Third Eye Blind presents the schedule for the upcoming fourth leg of the Summer Gods Tour.
The production is being managed by Live Nation, and the tour with special guests Yellowcard and A R I Z O N A is scheduled to begin on June 8 in Spokane and end on August 3 in Houston.
Pre-sale tickets will be made available to Citi cardholders only on Tuesday, January 9, with additional presales taking place throughout the week for those who are keen to reserve their seats. The general on-sale can be accessed at ThirdEyeBlind.com and is set to begin on Friday, January 12 at 10:00 am local time.
On Wednesday, January 10, don’t miss a special performance and interview on “Good Morning America”.
Ryan Key of Yellowcard is expressing his appreciation for Third Eye Blind
“I feel like I am feeling the same way everyone else is—that we need a summer tour so badly, like more than ever,” Stephan Jenkins says, expressing his excitement. We require the heat, the lights, the noise, and everyone huddled up close to one another while singing together. I’m eager.
Ryan Key of Yellowcard is expressing his appreciation for Third Eye Blind’s 1997 self-titled album, calling it a masterpiece of songwriting that had a profound effect upon its release.
Because of that record in particular, he and his peers are huge fans of the band, having grown up in the 90s surrounded by amazing music. It seems unreal to them that they will be performing on stage every night this summer alongside one of their all-time favorite bands.
Nate Esquite of A R I Z O N A praises Third Eye Blind’s music
In his own words, Nate Esquite of A R I Z O N A emphasizes how Third Eye Blind’s music was the background music for a lot of his high school summertime adventures.
He remembers dreaming of playing at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel and driving along the NJ Parkway with friends while blasting “Semi-Charmed Life” out of the windows. He considers it a dream come true to be a part of this tour because it gives him the opportunity to sing to Third Eye Blind every night and play amazing venues along the way.
Third Eye Blind is Commemorating the 25th anniversary of “Jumper”
Commemorating the 25th anniversary of “Jumper,” Third Eye Blind and Precious Sound are introducing a groundbreaking project that will see the world’s first playable records coated in.997 karat gold and.999 silver.
Made in Germany, these 5-inch by 7-ounce records have a pressing force of 1,250 tons and can be played at 33 ⅓ RPMs on any manual record player. An engraving on the B-side honors the artwork from the album of the same name.
In light of the song’s significance, Stephan Jenkins declares his joy, noting that “Jumper” now emphasizes the value of a common humanity after 25 years. He is happy that for the first time, this important message is now etched onto precious metals.
He was originally going to tell someone in this dark, noir-style song what he would have said if they hadn’t jumped off the Coronado bridge. The song has evolved into a celebration of inclusivity and understanding when he performs it now, and he notices how eager people are to share that sentiment. Stephan is grateful for this development in the song’s meaning and trajectory.
The track “Jumper” will be available in a limited run of twenty-five 24-karat solid gold pressings
The track “Jumper” will be available in a limited run of twenty-five 24-karat solid gold pressings, priced at $450 for a.999 silver coating, $800 for a.999 gold coating, and other options (pricing can be inquired about at PreviousSound.com). Preorders can be made by interested parties on precioussound.com and thirdeyeblind.com.
A portion of the sales will be used to support SeaTrees, in keeping with their continued commitment to environmental causes.
The goal of Third Eye Blind has been to actively restore kelp ecosystems and aid in carbon sequestration along the whole California coast. Since 2017, the band has made a concerted effort to reduce the carbon footprint of their touring activities.
Among other things, they have banned plastic water bottles from being used backstage, which has saved an estimated 17,000 bottles per tour.
“We have a beautiful, bright future, with climate action at its center,” says Stephan Jenkins on CBS Mornings, underscoring the significance of taking action on climate change. I would like people to be aware of that.”
The pioneers of Precious Sound, Mark Sutton, and Ursina Beerli, have created the first-ever playable gold, silver, and platinum records in history.
Their endeavor is the result of their mutual love of music and depth of knowledge regarding precious metals. Precious Sound is a company that operates out of Zurich and New York, with a production partner in Munich. It is a platform that combines musical appreciation and artistry.
Charlie Benante is the artist behind the visually arresting Summer Gods tour poster. Known for being the original drummer of Anthrax and for being in the touring band Pantera, Benante uses his creative skills to capture the spirit of the tour.