Counting Crows & Matchbox Twenty RESCHEDULED at Shoreline Amphitheatre

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Shoreline Amphitheatre | Mountain View, California



Tonight’s show at Shoreline Amphitheatre At Mountain View
Rescheduled to Tuesday, July 25th

Due to unforeseen issues with the loading dock, preventing the bands from being able to load their equipment on to the stage, tonight’s performance at Shoreline Amphitheatre has been rescheduled to Tuesday, July 25th in order to make repairs to the venue.

Unfortunately, due to a previously scheduled personal commitment, Counting Crows will be unable to make the rescheduled performance. The band hopes to be able to return to the Bay Area soon to play for their fans.

Matchbox Twenty will be performing an extended set at Tuesday’s concert and Rivers and Rust will be opening the show.

If for whatever reason you are unable to attend the 25th July rescheduled performance, ticket refunds are available via the box office or point of purchase.

What a treat for fans of 90s alt-rock, as radio-favorites Counting Crows & Matchbox Twenty team up for A Brief History of Everything Tour! After having a whale of a time on tour with the Crows as a solo act last year, frontman Rob Thomas now brings the rest of the band with him to Shoreline Amphitheatre on Friday 21st July 2017 for a night of solid gold hits!Counting Crows & Matchbox Twenty at Shoreline Amphitheatre

Founded in 1991 by Adam Duritz (lead vocals, piano) and David Bryson (guitar) as a duo, Counting Crows is an American alternative rock band that now consists of Charlie Gillingham (accordion, keyboards), Dan Vickrey (lead guitar), David Immerglück (guitar, banjo, mandolin), Jim Bogios (drums) and Millard Powers (bass). After Geffen Records signed the band in 1993, they released their debut album, August and Everything After, which went on to become the fastest-selling album since Nirvana's Nevermind on the strength of the hit single “Mr Jones”. They have released seven studio albums to date, selling more than 20 million albums worldwide and in 2004 received an Academy Award nomination for the song "Accidentally in Love," which was included in the film Shrek 2.

Counting Crows & Matchbox Twenty at Shoreline Amphitheatre

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