Win tickets to see Third Eye BlindSeptember 05. 2017 2:30AM
Enter to win a pair of (2) tickets to see Third Eye Blind on October 6, 2017 at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom.
In the late ‘90s, Third Eye Blind was one of the biggest bands in the world, achieving overnight success with the 1997 release of their self-titled debut album. Top 10 singles “Semi-Charmed Life,” How’s It Going to Be,” and “Jumper” quickly became some of the most ubiquitous radio hits of the decade, earning the band icon status among Millenials and paving the way for a decade-spanning career. In 2013, the band marked their 20th anniversary by returning to the studio to begin work on a fifth album, their first since 2009’s chart-topping Ursa Major. Formed in San Francisco in 1993, Third Eye Blind’s melodic brand of alternative rock came to fruition on their self-titled debut and continued in 1999 with follow-up album Blue, which featured the hits “Never Let You Go” and “Deep Inside of You.” Known for their high-energy live concerts, the band is back on tour in 2013, delighting nostalgic ticket buyers with their greatest hits along with select tracks from their upcoming album.
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- One winner will be chosen on September 29, 2017.
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