RENOWNED ALT. ROCK BAND WRAPS UP TWO-SOLD OUT CONCERTS FOR
‘311 DAY 2018’
GROUP PERFORMED 86 SONGS OVER TWO NIGHTS
WITH 12,000 TICKETS SOLD TO FANS
FROM ALL 50 STATES AND 17 COUNTRIES
To celebrate 311 DAY 2018, the multi-platinum, alternative rockers311 played two sold out shows at Park Theater at Monte Carlo in Las Vegas over the weekend on Saturday(March 10) and Sunday (March 11). 12,000 tickets were sold for the two-night event to fans from all 50 U.S. states and 17 countries worldwide. This marked the group’s 10th annual 311 DAY concert event, the band has performed a special 311 DAY show every other year since 2000.
To the delight of the crowd, 311--singer/guitarist NICK HEXUM, singer/DJ S.A. MARTINEZ, drummer CHAD SEXTON, bassist P-NUT and guitarist TIM MAHONEY--played mostly deep cuts from all eras of their impressive 27- year-long careerthroughout all 12 studio albums (see moments and artist quotes below).The group played 86 different songs across two, 3+ hour shows (42 songs night one, 44 songs night two). The show delivered a state-of-the-art production and the ultimate 311 concert experience with captivating visuals across an 80 foot 4K LED wall, automated lighting pods,pyro, confetti cannons and more.
Highlights included an emotional cover of Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here”accompanied by an In Memoriam video tribute, honoring their deceased musical heroes along with 311 fans Renee O’Neal and Meredith Hight (two dedicated 311 fans both tragically killed in separate domestic violence incidents in 2017) and Patrick Hexum--the youngest brother of 311 singer Nick Hexum--who died battling an opiate addiction.