311 Sets Spring Tour Dates Around 311 Day Events and Festival Appearances


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This spring is gearing up to be a busy one for reggae/rock vets 311.

The band already has big plans for its 311 Day festivities in Las Vegas, a two-day concert event set for March 11 and 12 at Dolby Live at Park MGM, in addition to a few festival appearances — and on Tuesday, another batch of headlining performances were added to the mix.

Spanning March 6 through April 6, the Spring Tour features 20 new dates and cities, with a slew of VIP options available for the most dedicated fans.

Additionally, Select Spring Tour performances will be available online through 311 Streamsystem (www.311streamsystem.com), 311’s own streaming platform. 311 launched Streamsystem in October 2020 to reach fans, new and old, during the pandemic. Streamsystem 2022 continues to offer virtual “front-row seats” from the comfort of home.

311’s Spring 2022 tour dates:

3/6 BEAVER CREEK, CO – Vilar Performing Arts Center
3/7 ASPEN, CO – Belly Up
3/11 LAS VEGAS, NV – Dolby Live theater at Park MGM
3/12 LAS VEGAS, NV – Dolby Live theater at Park MGM
3/15 FAYETTEVILLE AR – JJ’s Live
3/18 KEY WEST, FL – Coffee Butler Amphitheater
3/19 TAMPA, FL – Innings Festival at Raymond James Stadium
3/20 ORLANDO, FL – House of Blues
3/22 CHARLOTTE, NC – The Fillmore
3/23 RALEIGH, NC – The Ritz
3/25 NORFOLK, VA – The Norva
3/26 N. MYRTLE BEACH, SC – House of Blues
3/28 NASHVILLE, TN – Ryman Auditorium
3/29 HUNTSVILLE, AL- Von Braun Center’s Mars Music Hall
3/30 NEW ORLEANS, LA – The Fillmore at Harrah’s
4/1 SAN ANTONIO, TX – Majestic Theatre
4/2 CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Concrete Street Amphitheater
4/3 AUSTIN, TX – Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater
4/5 TULSA, OK – Tulsa Theater
4/6 WICHITA, KS – The Cotillion

311 will also perform at the BeachLife Festival in Southern California on May 13.

These 311 Day events are truly a perfect melding of band and fan community, which guitarist Tim Mahoney spoke about with us in our 2017 interview:

“We’re so thankful for that, and really never lose sight of it. We take it to heart, that’s who supports us, and that’s who allows us to keep playing music. That’s always a consideration in everything we do. For me, you hope fans like the record, and people that like our band love the record, and for us we’re always growing and hoping to reach new, younger fans, just people who haven’t heard us since we have a lot of room to grow. But the most important thing we’re thankful for is the folks who support our music and the band.”



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