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311, Dirty Heads Are Still on and Ready to Bring Killer Vibes To Jersey

311 Dirty Heads Tour Poster

Mother nature hasn’t been particularly kind to the state of New Jersey in the past five days as grueling heatwaves, flooding, and near-tornados have ripped through the area.

A lone bright spot does exist on the calendar though — Wednesday July 24. With weather predicted to be in the high 70s/low 80s, and rain not in the forecast, this will make for an ideal time to regroup, check your head, and enjoy some irie vibes being brought to you by an all-star line-up.

311, who just dropped their brand-new album Voyager (which dropped on July 12), will be coming back to New Jersey on their annual summer sojourn. The band has been absolute staple for Garden State concert-goers, and over the past half decade or so have packed houses ranging from The Stone Pony Summer Stage to the short-lived Borgata Summer Stage to the Atlantic City Beachfront to the PNC Bank Arts Center. You can click here to listen to Voyager on Spotify.

The Arts Center will undoubtedly be packed, and full fans who are ready to sing-a-long, jump and just feel so good at a 311 gig.

Co-headlining this years tour will be Dirty Heads. The band will be dropping a brand new record on August 9 dubbed Super Moon.

White hot punk rock group The Interrupters, who have made quite the name for themselves since releasing their Tim Armstrong (Rancid) produced record and performing with Green Day recently, will be anchoring the middle of the bill

Opening things up for the show will be self-described “cosmic rock” outfit Dreamers, and the “riot grrrl surf rock” band, Bikini Trill.

Doors for the show will open around 4:20 p.m. (good call). Bikini Trill hops on stage around 5:45, followed by Dreamers at 6:20 p.m. Interrupters take over at 7:05 p.m., with Dirty Heads following at 8:05 p.m. 311’s performance starts around 9:45 p.m. We’ve heard that there will be no encore from the band due to the number of groups on the tour, see their Facebook post below.

Tickets are limited, but still available the show. Click here to purchase.

311/Dirty Heads Summer 2019 Tour Dates:

Sat 7/27: Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, MD

Sun 7/28: Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek – Raleigh, NC

Tue 7/30: Chastain Park Amphitheatre – Atlanta, GA

Wed 7/31: Volvo Cars Stadium – Charleston, SC

Fri 8/2: Coral Sky Amphitheatre – West Palm Beach, FL

Sat 8/3: MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre at the Florida State Fair Grounds – Tampa, FL

Sun 8/4: Dailys Place Amphitheater – Jacksonville, FL

Tue 8/6: White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX

Wed 8/7: Austin360 Amphitheater – Del Valle, TX

Thu 8/8: Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory – Irving, TX

Sat 8/10: Ak-Chin Pavilion – Phoenix, AZ

Sun 8/11: North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre – Chula Vista, CA

Fri 8/16: Papa Murphys Park – Sacramento, CA

Sat 8/17: Portland Memorial Coliseum – Portland, OR

Sun 8/18: White River Amphitheatre – Auburn, WA

Tue 8/20: Usana Amphitheatre – Salt Lake City, UT

Sun 10/13: On the Water Festival – Huntington State Beach – Huntington Beach, CA

Bill Bodkin
Bill Bodkinhttps://thepopbreak.com
Bill Bodkin is the editor-in-chief and co-founder of Pop Break, and most importantly a husband, and father. Ol' Graybeard writes way too much about wrestling, jam bands, Asbury Park music, HBO shows, and can often be seen under his season DJ alias, DJ Father Christmas. He is the co-host of the Socially Distanced Podcast (w/Al Mannarino) which drops weekly on Apple, Google, Anchor & Spotify. He is the co-host of the monthly podcasts -- Anchored in Asbury, TV Break and Bill vs. The MCU.

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