311 Day: Live in New Orleans Trailer

311 Day: Live in New Orleans Trailer (2004)

26 October 2004 Music 300 mins

311 has had a history of celebrating their namesake on the 11th of the third month (March) each even-numbered year, almost always after having released an album the previous summer. The celebration consisted of a live concert, a tradition over recent years has developed for the band to out-perform themselves in regard to the previous '311 Day'. The result is a 64-song set list featuring album tracks and a large collection of b-sides recorded at UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans on March 11, 2004.

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Cast

Nick Hexum

as Himself

Tim Mahoney

as Himself

Chad Sexton

as Himself

Crew

Matt Moriarty

Matt Moriarty Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

United States 26 October 2004

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