For The Fans, By The Fans. Look Beyond The Mainstream. Since 2001.
The positive unifying vibes and hip-hop, reggae funk-
rock of 311 returns to Ohio this week with Slightly
Stoopid as 311 headlines the 10th annual Unity Tour.

The round of Ohio dates begin tonight in Columbus
at the Lifestyles Community Pavilion (The LC) and
continues to Cincinnati tomorrow night at Riverbend
Music Center and ends the Ohio run Sun. Aug. 12 in
Cleveland at Nautica Pavilion.

Forming in 1990 the Omaha, Neb. band continues
to sell-out shows with its energetic, memorable
concerts—a live performance that never gets old,
even after being together as a band for 22 years.

311 has sold more than 8.5 million album units, has
had six albums reach the Billboard Top 10 Sales
Chart and eight singles in the Billboard Top 10
Alternative Chart.

Fans might hear 311 hit singles including: "Amber,"
"Beautiful Disaster," "Sunset In July," "Come Original,"
"Love Song," "Down," and "All Mixed Up" along with
an incredible drum solo. 311 is also touring in support
of the band's tenth studio release,
Universal Pulse.

The Unity Tour has brought co-headlining shows with
311 and Snoop Dogg (Snoop Lion), The Offspring,
Sublime with Rome, Matisyahu, The Wailers and The
Roots, but this year Slightly Stoopid joins the show.

Slightly Stoopid formed in 1995 and is also an avid
touring band. The band recently released a DVD/CD
package entitled
Live at Roberto's TRI Studios.

The outdoor party in Columbus at The LC begins
tonight at 6:30 p.m. with special guests The
Aggrolites opening. Tickets are $43.
Purchase here.

Visit 311 online.  Visit Slightly Stoopid online.
311 return to Ohio with Slightly Stoopid for Unity Tour 2012
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311 Press photo by Marcello Ambriz
311 vocalist Nick Hexum performing in 2007.
Photo by Ryan Jacquot, Out Of The Blue Publications.