Charlotte is ready for 311

| July 24, 2017

This Wednesday, 311 will bring reggae rock to Charlotte at the Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre. Along with them, New Politics and Passafire will be performing on what is 311’s 18th consecutive summer tour — that’s right, 311 has toured every summer for nearly two decades; that’s true dedication to music.

Cover Art for 311’s newest album, “Mosaic”. Photo Credit: Red Light Management

The band is touring for their new album, “Mosaic”, that was released on June 23rd of this year. Their first single off the album, “Too Much To Think”, took off and helped to create buzz for the record. The song is an easy listen, with a balance between Caribbean influences, rock guitars, and Nick Hexum’s signature raspy yet sweet voice.

With hits like “Amber,” “Beautiful Disaster,” “All Mixed Up,” and many more, 311 has grown a fan base that has watched the band develop its sound into what it is today. Their music crosses genres and generations with ease and continues to bring in new listeners with every album they release.

Last spring, both 311 and Passafire performed in South Carolina during the California Roots Carolina Sessions Festival. Both gave an outstanding performance. It’s about time they came up to Charlotte to spread the love.

Nick Hexum performing at the California Roots Carolina Sessions last spring at Myrtle Beach, SC. Photo Credit: Leysha Caraballo 

Show starts at 7:00 p.m. Get your tickets here: https://concerts1.livenation.com/event/0E005270F286D64F?crosssite=TM_US:759806:115656&_ga=2.5497013.740393121.1500932814-233984659.1443751727

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