And The “National Touring Act” Opening Xfinity Live Is …

Third Eye Blind? We’d almost rather it be Bon Jovi, but on the 30th, when Xfinity live! (we hate those exclamation marks just as much as you do) opens to the public, good ol’ 3eb, led by voice of a generation Stephan Jenkins, will be taking the stage. The show is 21+, just in case you were worried about the combo of a Philadelphia sports complex opening and the sweet, sweet 90s jams of Third Eye Blind wouldn’t be bro’d out enough.

Doors open at 4PM on both the opening night and the preview nights (for people with Springsteen tickets) on the 28th and 29th, which will feature music by the “Original Bruce Springsteen Tribute Band” the B Street Band. You know, just in case one performance of “Waitin’ on a Sunny Day” isn’t enough for you.

3 Responses to “And The “National Touring Act” Opening Xfinity Live Is …”

  1. the_ill Says:

    awful on so many levels

  2. EmptyTipJar Says:

    2 months ago it was Comcast Live, now its Xfinity Live, 2 months from now it will be Ed Snider Live.

    Enjoy Brown Eye Blind, meatheads.

  3. The Drama King Says:

    Believe it or not it gets worse. I know, you don’t believe me. I was at the hard hat tour of the place where I over heard, “Yea, Third Eye Blind . . . um, Gin Blossoms . . . oh and Marcy Playground.”

    Marcy Playground? I figured if they wanted to play in Philly they’d pay $25 for a Love Park show.

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