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Presented by Live Nation at FirstBank Amphitheater, Franklin TN

Jul 27 2022

On Sale Friday, February 18 at 10AM CT

THIRD EYE BLIND: Summer Gods Tour 2022

Third Eye Blind is proud to announce their tour Summer Gods: 25 Years in the Blind, with Taking Back Sunday and Hockey Dad.

“Twenty-five years of Third Eye Blind finds us feeling glorious as if everything is coming into deeper focus,” says Stephan Jenkins. “It’s not lost on us that this is a miracle, and that we are in it because of the new fans that keep discovering us and the people who, over the years, have made our music part of their culture.”

“In the early days of Taking Back Sunday, Adam and I used to drive around in his old Honda listening to Third Eye Blind’s second album, Blue; windows down, smoking cigarettes and singing along,” says John Nolan.  “If someone had told us back then that one day we’d tour together, it would’ve blown our minds. We’re so excited to be out with Third Eye Blind this summer, singing our songs and singing along with theirs.”

The upcoming Summer Gods tour will be supporting the restoration of a portion of the Palos Verdes Kelp Forest. Called the Blind Reef, proceeds of each ticket will help our friends in the surf community at SeaTrees to restore the kelp ecosystem that sequesters carbon off the California Coast.

In some parts of the state, more than 90% of kelp forests have disappeared in the last 10 years, caused by the proliferation of invasive purple sea urchins that humans are unable to consume. Clearing “urchin barrens” allows rapidly growing kelp to regrow and re-establish into a healthy kelp forest, creating habitat for marine life and sequestering carbon emissions. The latest science shows that globally, kelp forests can sequester more carbon than mangrove forests – restoring these sequoias of the sea is critical to solving climate change as 93% of all carbon in the carbon cycle is stored in our oceans (meaning just 7% is stored across our atmosphere and land biosphere.

This initiative is part of Third Eye Blind’s commitment to making the music touring climate more sustainable, a longstanding passion of the band’s frontman, Stephan Jenkins. Jenkins is an avid surfer and studied marine biology in college, working to restore kelp reefs at the age of 18. In addition to a portion of ticket sales supporting this cause, fans will also have the option to “buy” their own square foot of the Blind Reef amongst other offerings such as beach clean ups, limited edition merchandise, and meet and greets for donations that will bring us towards the completion of the Blind Reef.

The stage design is inspired by Stephan’s visit to the 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale, where the Consortium installation, with its soaring steel and tree branches, evoked something aspirational and analog that is the vital core of Third Eye Blind’s music.

To celebrate, the band has collaborated with Smith & Cult to create a line of nail polishes in honor of their 25th Anniversary and named after songs on their 6 times platinum debut. The colors are named: Jumper, London, God Of Wine, Semi-Charmed and The Background. They are donating 100% of the proceeds from the shade Jumper to True Colors United, the non-profit founded by Cyndi Lauper that implements innovative solutions to youth homelessness that focus on the unique experiences of LGBTQ youth.

Smith & Cult is a beauty brand that is the antidote to beauty sameness. Designed for humans who would rather be themselves than be perfect, who know how to have fun along the way. We create clean, cruelty-free beauty products to match every mood. Our iconic nail lacquer has an exclusive 8-Free formula that lets you go easy on the planet, hard on the nail art.

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FirstBank Amphitheater

4525 Graystone Quarry Lane, Franklin, TN 37064


General Admission Parking is conveniently located onsite. Once you pull into the main gate entrance, you will be directed into a designated lawn area. Absolutely no street parking available. No oversized or commercial trucks, vans, trailers, and RVs are allowed.

Accessible Parking is located within each parking area. Vehicles must have and display proper hangtags or license plates in order to utilize ADA parking. ADA parking spots are limited.

If you are unable to safely drive out of the venue, they encourage you to leave your car overnight and take a ride share home or catch a ride with a friend. If you intend to leave your car, you must pick up a parking hang tag from the ticket booth and place on your car mirror. Any vehicles that do not have this identifier will be towed from the property. If you do leave your car, pick up must happen by 10am the next day or it will be towed.

No Public Transportation. There is a designated Uber/Lyft drop off and pick up area for fans who are grabbing rides. The amphitheater is not near a major city, please order your ride in advance as it takes awhile to get there.


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If you will need an interpreter or hearing assistance, please contact us in advance. Please call 615-763-3367 to arrange for an interpreter for your visit.

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