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Third Eye Blind and Yellowcard in Chula Vista

Third Eye Blind and Yellowcard took over the North Island Credit Union Amphitheater in Chula Vista and made it a night to remember forever!


This was my first introduction to A R I Z O N I A, and they absolutely blew me away. Their sound is a captivating alternative/indie and really brought to life by their relentless stage presence. A R I Z O N I A really knew how to get the crowd up and moving, had the fans dancing their entire set. I thoroughly enjoyed their set and hope they make another visit to Chula Vista


As Yellowcard took the stage to open for Third Eye Blind in a monumental celebration of the 25th anniversary of “Ocean Avenue”, the atmosphere at the amphitheater was insane, buzzing with anticipation from fans spanning generations eager to relive their youth through the anthems of these iconic bands.

Yellowcard, known for their energetic pop-punk sound, wasted no time in igniting the crowd. Launching into their set the band instantly transported the audience back to the early 2000s. The unmistakable violin riffs of Sean Mackin blended seamlessly with Ryan Key’s powerful vocals, creating a nostalgic yet refreshing experience. Songs like “Lights and Sounds” and “Only One” were met with enthusiastic sing-alongs, showcasing the enduring appeal of Yellowcard’s music. Yellowcard is celebrating 25 incredible years of Ocean Avenue.

Third Eye Blind

On a hot summer evening in Chula Vista, the amphitheater buzzed with anticipation as Third Eye Blind took the stage, kicking off their highly anticipated tour with electrifying energy. From the moment Stephan Jenkins, the charismatic frontman, appeared on stage, it was evident that this concert would be nothing short of insane. Opening their set, the crowd erupted into a frenzy of singing and dancing, immediately transporting everyone back to the late 90s and early 2000s.

What stood out most about Third Eye Blind’s performance was their ability to seamlessly blend their iconic tracks with newer material, keeping the momentum high throughout the evening. Songs like “Jumper” and “How’s It Going to Be” resonated deeply with the audience, evoking a sense of nostalgia and introspection that underscored the band’s enduring appeal. Stephan Jenkins’ stage presence was insane, he really knew how to engage with the crowd. His interaction with the audience felt genuine, creating a connection that created a phenomenal performance. Guitarist Kryz Reid, drummer Brad Hargreaves, and bassist Alex LeCavalier showcased their instrumental skills, providing a solid foundation for Jenkins’ vocals.

Overall, Third Eye Blind delivered a memorable performance that not only celebrated their extensive discography but also reminded everyone why their music has stood the test of time. For fans old and new, this concert was a testament to the power of live music to unite and inspire, leaving an indelible mark on those fortunate enough to be in attendance.

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