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Two big name bands perform in Bossier City for the first concert since the COVID -19 pandemic.

3 Doors Down performing at the Brookshire Grocery Arena on Thursday, July 29.

Brookshire Grocery Arena was packed last night for the 3 Doors Down’s “The Better Life” 20th anniversary tour. Opening with their debut single “Kryptonite,” the fans were on their feet and singing along to every word. They played “Be Like That,” “Here Without You,” When I’m Gone,” and all of their major hits.

3 Doors Down Lead singer, Brad Arnold, apologized to the crowd for being off, saying he gave himself a cold “playing in the yard” on his tractor. However the crowd didn’t mind at all and continued to sing and have a good time.

The night was filled with fun and celebration. It was definitely a great way to kick off the first post-quarantine concert at Brookshire Grocery Arena!

They band has had three songs reach the Top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100: “Kryptonite,” “When I’m Gone” and “Here Without You.”

And they just released a remastered anniversary edition of “The Better Life” plus nine song sessions first recorded at their Mississippi hometown in 1996.

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