3 Doors Down celebrating 20th anniversary of debut with three pay-per-view shows

Courtesy Mandolin

3 Doors Down didn’t get the chance to mark the 20th anniversary of their hit debut album The Better Life last year, so they’re doing it now with three special pay-per-view performances.

The performance series starts February 5th with the band performing The Better Life in its entirety, as well as three never-before-heard songs.  The Better Life, released February 8, 2000, featured the hits “Kryptonite,” “Loser” and “Be Like That.” 

On February 19th, the band will perform their greatest hits acoustically, while March 5 will see them performing their greatest hits “live and electric.” All performances begin at 9 p.m ET.

Tickets for each individual show cost $20, but you can watch all three of them for $50.  Limited-edition and exclusive merch packages are also available.  You’ll be able to stream each show on-demand for 48 hours after they premiere.  Visit Boxoffice.Mandolin.com to purchase tickets.

In a statement, front man Brad Arnold says, “I think we can all safely say 2020 is a year we all want to get behind us. We jumped when presented with the opportunity to kick-off 2021 with these PPV shows.”

He adds, “As a band, we didn’t get to play together last year, so we’re looking forward to rocking these shows for our fans across the world and looking forward to hitting the road later in 2021.”

By Andrea Dresdale
Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.