Stephan Jenkins of Third Eye Blind performs in Okinawa, Japan, image via U.S. Marines
Written by Gabriel Dillard
Stephan Jenkins, the lead singer of rock group Third Eye Blind, is scheduled to perform a free acoustic concert in Clovis to benefit Andrew Janz’ campaign for the 22nd district.
The show will be at the corner of Herndon and Academy avenues in Clovis, in a location called “Camp Janz” where Janz campaign signs have been the target for a series of vandalisms, according to the campaign.
Next week’s show will be the day before another another ‘90s era alternative band, Cake, will perform at the Crest Theatre to benefit the Janz campaign. The Cake concert is Nov. 2, with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $40 each, with VIP tickets and meet-and-great opportunities at $100 each.
The Stephan Jenkins show will feature free food and drinks, and attendees are encouraged to bring their own chairs. For more information and free tickets, visit the Camp Janz website.
Tickets for both concerts are available though online fundraising portal ActBlue, which recently surpassed $1.5 billion in donations for the first time in a single election cycle.
Third Eye Blind is a San Francisco group that formed in 1993 and had a series of hit singles including “Semi-Charmed Life,” “Jumper,” “How’s it Going to Be” and “Never Let You Go.”