311 Is Performing 'Transistor' In Its Entirety To Celebrate 311 Day

By Katrina Nattress

March 10, 2021

Concerts In Your Car's 311's' Drive-In Concert

311 was supposed to spend last summer on the road with Incubus. Like every other tour, it didn't end up happening; however, the band's been making the most out of its time at home and found a way to connect with fans through livestreams and drive-in shows. And the guys have a particularly special show planned for March 11, aka 311 Day.

Created in 2000, the band's celebrated 311 Day every other year with a huge concert. But because of the pandemic, they've been able to hold an event, albeit virtual, for two consecutive years. This year, they're hosting a livestream where they'll play their fourth album, 1997's Transistor, in full at their Los Angeles studio, The Hive. And that's not all. The five-piece also launched a "Live at the Hive Pop Up Shop" on their online store, which features tees, hoodies, masks, and more commemorating 311 Day 2021.

In addition to the 311 Day celebrations, the band's also hosting two other livestreams, where they'll be performing other fan favorite albums in full. On April 16 they plan to take on 1999's Soundsystem, followed by 2001's From Chaos on May 14.

Tickets cost $20 per show and are also available in three-show and merch bundles. Every ticket includes 60 minute pre-show access of Behind-The-Scenes At The Hive and an open-forum hangout with the band after the live show. Each stream will go live at 9pm ET / 6pm PT, and re-streams will be available for 48 hours following the original broadcast.

Get ticket info and shop the merch store here.

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