Cedar Rapids, Iowa (October 18, 2017)

 

311 from Omaha, Nebraska, met while attending Westside High School. They were formed in 1988. Since their self-titled album in 1995, all of their studio albums have been in the top 15 of the Billboard Top 200. Eight of their songs have been top 5 hits on the Billboard Modern Rock Radio chart. “On March 11, 2000, 311 began celebrating an unofficial holiday of their own creation, which they called 311 Day. The band chose the date based on its numerical association with their own name: March is the third month of the year, so March 11 is written as 3/11. Every other year on March 11, the band performs an extended concert for thousands of their fans” Wikipedia

Band

  • Nick Hexum – vocals, guitar, keyboards, programming (1988–present)
  • Doug “SA” Martinez – vocals, turntables, DJ (1992–present)
  • Tim Mahoney – lead guitar (1991–present)
  • Aaron “P-Nut” Wills – bass (1988–present)
  • Chad Sexton – drums, percussion, programming (1988–present)

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