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Best Seats for a 311 Concert

Best Seats for a 311 Concert

311 is back on stage, and our goal is to help you find the cheapest tickets and the best seats for their concerts. We’ll pick a major venue where they’re playing and closely examine the seating chart. Then, we’ll take a step back and explore 311’s history. To finish, we’ll check out ticket prices for their upcoming concerts at various places and look at some stats from the most popular music streaming services.

Above, we’ve listed all the upcoming 311 events. Keep in mind their schedule might change, so we’ll keep the listings updated throughout their tour. If you don’t see an event near you, click the ‘load more’ button. This will take you to a page with every event listed.

Best Place to Sit at a 311 Concert

We’re going to break down the seating chart for the Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre in Charlotte, NC, which holds about 5000 people. What we find here can also apply to similar venues 311 is touring, like the Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh and The St. Augustine Amphitheatre in Florida. Although there aren’t many different sections, choosing the right spot is important.

GA Pit – This area is for hardcore old-school fans. You’ll be closest to the stage but be ready for a more intense crowd. Tickets here can be pricier and you won’t have a seat. Arrive early to get a good spot near the stage, and once you’re there, leaving for breaks might not be easy.

100 Sections – Section 102 is very popular, which can drive up ticket prices. You might find better deals in sections 101 and 103. Aim for the middle of the row or an inside aisle seat, but try not to sit further back than the 20th row. If you’re considering seats further back, look at the box seats instead.

Box Seats – These seats stretch across the amphitheater and offer a bit more privacy and space, which is why they’re more expensive. They don’t offer anything too special, but they do give you more room to move and dance.

Lawn – The lawn is perfect for those who want to relax and enjoy the concert without fuss. Arrive early to get a good spot, as being too far back might mean your view is blocked by the sound mixing board. Look for a spot to the left or right of the center for a better view. The sound is still good here since it’s a smaller outdoor venue.

Last Minute – If there are a lot of tickets left close to the show date, keep an eye on the listings. You might save some money, especially for lawn seats if the concert isn’t sold out.

The Quick Backstory

The band 311 has been making music for a long time, and there’s a lot to learn about them. They started in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1988, and the group includes Nick Hexum, SA Martinez, Tim Mahoney, P-Nut, and Chad Sexton. These guys have been together for years, making lots of albums and going on many tours. Fans love hearing their favorite songs live, especially ones they haven’t heard in a while.

311’s music mixes a bunch of different styles, which is why they’ve gotten to work or tour with some cool bands. They’ve played with groups like Sublime, The Offspring, and even hip-hop artists like Snoop Dogg and Cypress Hill. This shows how 311’s music touches many different kinds of music.

311 Ticket Prices

Finding a great seat depends on what’s available and where the seat is located. Even though ticket prices can change, the prices we’re talking about right now are usually for the cheapest seats you can find. You can check websites like Vivid Seats and StubHub to see if the prices have changed. These prices are for the cheapest tickets to get into the event. If you notice prices are going down, it means you might be able to wait a little longer to buy your tickets, which could help you save money.

Venue Lowest Ticket Prices
Hard Rock Cincinnati $120
Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre $68
BankNH Pavillion $63
Red Hat Amphitheater $79
Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre $81
Moody Amphitheater $90

Where They Stand Statistically

Even though 311 has been around for a while, they still attract a lot of fans. They never really played in the biggest venues across the country, something they didn’t expect to do anyway. But they’re still likely to sell many tickets for their upcoming concerts. To get an idea of their current popularity, we looked at two streaming services.

First up, Spotify. Right now, 311 has over three million monthly listeners on Spotify. This number might even go up as their concerts happen since fans often listen to their music more around show times. This is a pretty solid number and matches well with the size of the venues they play at.

On YouTube, they have over 280 videos but somewhat surprisingly only about 260,000 subscribers. While this is still impressive, it’s a bit low based on what we usually see for demand. Their most popular video, for the song “Amber,” has over 37 million views. “Love Song” is also popular, with 36 million views. These songs are well-known and loved by many fans.

The Show is Coming

Ready or not, the 311 concert tour might be coming to a place near you. You’ve probably seen the listings we shared. Despite being older now, 311 still brings a lot of energy to their performances, so don’t let their age discourage you from seeing them live. They often perform with other bands, so make sure to check who else will be playing at the venue. We recommend getting the best seats you can, or if you’re up for it, check out the pit area for a closer experience. You might also consider waiting until closer to the concert date to buy tickets, in case there are still some available. If you need help getting tickets for a 311 concert, don’t hesitate to send us a message.


 

Written by Ticket Man

I've been in the ticket industry for many years. I want to share with you the best ways to get the best prices for the best seats.