JANUARY

1/1 Omaha Sessions Album Release Date (1998)
1/2 “All Mixed Up” Single Release (1996, reached #4 at Alternative / #36 Hot 100 radio charts).
1/9 First show in New Zealand / Australian Tour (1998)
1/11 First show in Australia (1998)
1/15 “Love Song” Music Video Release (2004)
1/24 TV Appearance on ABC’s Recovery in Australia (1998)
1/26 First show in Denmark (2002)
1/28 First show in Japan (1998)

FEBRUARY

2/4 “Five of Everything” Single Release (2014)
2/4 First show in Italy (2002)
2/6 “All Mixed Up” Music Video Release (1996)
2/8 First show in Spain (2002)
2/9 Music Album Release Date (1993 – Certified Gold Album).
2/12 First show in Portugal (2002)
2/17 Tim Mahoney’s Birthday
2/19 “Five of Everything” Music Video debuted at Yahoo (2014)
2/19 TV Appearance on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn (2004)
2/20 TV Appearance on The Sharon Osbourne Show (2004)
2/25 311 Cruise IV to Jamaica / Soundsystem album played in it’s entirety (2015)
2/28 311 Cruise VI to Belize and Mexico (2019)

MARCH

3/1 311 Cruise III to Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas (2013)
3/3 First 311 Cruise to Grand Turk, Turk and Caicos (2011)
3/2 311 Cruise V to Cozumel, Mexico (2017)
3/11 311 DAY celebrations (2000 – present)
3/11 311 movie, Enlarged to Show Detail 3 (ETSD3), was screened in 240 cinemas nationwide (2019) 311inCinemas.com
3/11 Live collaboration with Mark McGrath on songs “Stay On” and “Fly” (2016)
3/11 Stereolithic Album Release Date (2014 – debuted at #6 on Top 200 Albums Chart).
3/11 Live collaboration with Zack Hexum on song “Outside” (2004)
3/14 First show in Jamaica (2006)
3/26 “Do You Right” Music Video Release (1993)
3/27 First show in Guam (2010)
3/30 First show in Peru (2011)
3/30 First show in Indonesia (2010)

APRIL

4/1 First show in Panama (2011)
4/3 First show in Chile (2011)
4/7 “Hey You” Single Release (2009 – reached #3 on Alternative Radio chart).
4/10 Live collaboration with Hoobastank on song ”For Whom the Bell Tolls” (2002)
4/12 Nick Hexum’s Birthday
4/13 “Do You Right” Single Release (1993 – reached #27 on Alternative Radio chart).
4/28 Live collaboration with John Feldmann on song “Too Much To Think” (2018)

MAY

5/9 “Hey You” Music Video premiere at Yahoo (2009)
5/10 311 Cruise II to Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (2012)
5/14 TV Appearance on Last Call With Carson Daly (2002)
5/24 “Too Much To Think” Music Video debuted at VEVO (2017)

JUNE

6/2 Uplifter Album Release Date (2009 – debuted #3 on Top 200 Albums Chart).
6/3 “Sunset in July” Single Release (2011 – reached #7 on Alternative Radio chart).
6/5 P-Nut’s Birthday
6/9 “It’s Alright” Single Release (2009 – reached #16 on Alternative Radio chart).
6/9 TV Appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2009)
6/10 Band Anniversary / First show under the name ‘311’ opening for Fugazi (1990)
6/10 10th Anniversary Show / played Music in its entirety (2000, Nissan Pavilion Washington DC )
6/11 TV Appearance on the Jay Leno Show (2004)
6/13 “Frolic Room” Single Release (2006)
6/14 “You Wouldn’t Believe” Music Video Release (2001)
6/15 First show at Red Rocks, a pivotal moment signifying the band’s rise (1996 – 311 have now headlined Red Rocks 17 times. 1996, 1997, 2000, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2018, 2019, 2021).
6/15 Blue Album played in its entirety celebrating 10th Anniversary as a band (2000, Tweeter Center, Mansfield MA)
6/15 Noteworthy show supporting Smashing Pumpkins (1991, Ranch Bowl, Omaha)
6/16 TV Appearance on Pepsi Smash (2004)
6/17 TV Appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2004)
6/18 First show in Alaska, also completing all 50 states played (2010)
6/19 From Chaos Album Release Date (2001 – debuted #10 on the Top 200 Albums Chart. Certified Gold Album).
6/22 Start of first European Tour / first show out of US / first show in England (1995)
6/22 Music and Grassroots played in their entirety (2000, Lakewood Ampitheatre, Atlanta)
6/23 Mosaic Album Release Date (2017 – debuted at #6 on Top 200 Albums Chart).
6/23 Live collaboration with Shaq on “Pyscho” at KROQ Weenie Roast Festival, Irvine CA (2001)
6/25 First show in Germany (1995)
6/27 First show in Switzerland (1997)
6/29 First show in Denmark (1997)
6/30 arcHIVE Box Set Release Date (2015)
6/30 311 purchase their Hive Studio (2000 – previously called Chateau Recorders. Bands such a Supertramp, Devo, Kansas and Missing Persons all recorded or mixed there. 311 recorded/mixed their albums From Chaos, Don’t Tread On Me, Uplifter, Universal Pulse, Stereolithic and Mosaic at the Hive).
6/30 “Transistor” Single Release (1997 – reached #14 on Alternative Radio chart).

JULY

7/1 TV Appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2011)
7/1 “Creatures (For A While)” Single Release (2003 – reached #3 on Alternative Radio chart).
7/3 “You Wouldn’t Believe” Single Release (2001 – reached #7 on Alternative Radio chart).
7/4 First show in Portugal (1997)
7/4 Red, White and Blue (Album) show (2015, Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas)
7/5 First show in France (1995)
7/6 First show in Holland (1995)
7/7 First show in Amsterdam (1995)
7/8 “Amber” Music Video Release (2002)
7/9 “Down” Single Release (1996 – reached #1 Alternative / #19 Rock / #37 Hot 100 radio charts).
7/10 First show in Belgium (1997)
7/11 Blue Album Album Release Date (1995 – debuted #12. Certified Triple Platinum Album).
7/11 Blue Album 20th Anniversary show (2015, Aragon Ballroom, Chicago)
7/11 “Time Bomb” Single Release (2011)
7/12 Grassroots Album Release Date (1994 – debuted #193. Certified Gold Album).
7/12 Grassroots Anniversary show (20th anniversary at 2014 Grassroots Festival in Omaha. 21st anniversary in 2015, Riverside Theatre, Milwaukee)
7/12 Voyager Album Release Date (2019)
7/12 First show in Scotland (1995)
7/12 First show in Spain (1997)
7/13 TV Appearance on Guitar Center Sessions (2014)
7/13 “Down” Music Video Release (1996)
7/14 “Creatures (For A While)” Music Video Release (2003)
7/15 “Transistor” Music Video Release (1997)
7/16 Performed at Memorial Park for Omaha’s 150th birthday (2004)
7/17 “Don’t Stay Home” Music Video Release (1995)
7/18 TV Appearance on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn (2003)
7/19 Live collaboration with H.R. of Bad Brains on songs “Leaving Babylon” and “Who’s Got the Herb” (2013)
7/19 Universal Pulse Album Release Date (2011 – debuted at #7 on the Top 200 Albums Chart).
7/22 Evolver Album Release Date (2003 – debuted at #7).
7/24 RV fire destroys band transportation and equipment (1993)
7/25 Live collaboration with Matisyahu on song “Love Song” (2007)
7/25 “Don’t Tread On Me” Single Release (2005 – reached #1 on Alternative Radio chart).
7/27 Opened for KISS at Madison Square Garden, NYC (1996)

AUGUST

8/2 Live collaboration with Eric Bobo of Cypress Hill on songs “Stealing Happy Hours” and “Strangers” (2013)
8/4-8/6 Pow Wow Festival / Transistor played in it’s entirity (2011)
8/4 TV Appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2005)
8/4 25th Anniversary show at Sokol Hall in Omaha, followed by secret show at The Hive Lounge (2015)
8/5 Transistor Album Release Date (1997 – debuted #4 on Top 200 Albums Chart. Certified Platinum Album).
8/8 “Til The City’s On Fire” Single Release (2017)
8/12 “Prisoner” Music Video Release (1997)
8/16 Don’t Tread On Me Album Release Date (2005 – debuted #5 on Top 200 Albums Chart).
8/17 TV Appearance on AXS TV when they aired entire concert recorded in Chicago earlier that summer. (2011)
8/19 “Don’t Tread on Me” Music Video Release (2005)
8/20 AmsterJam Festival, performed mash-up with Wyclef on song “Ring the Alarm” (2005)
8/23 First TV Appearance on Late Night With Conan O’Brien (1995)

SEPTEMBER

9/1 Live collaboration with John Popper on song “Taiyed” at HORDE Festival, FL (1996)
9/2 TV Appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003)
9/7 Chad Sexton’s Birthday
9/7 Live collaboration with The Wailers on song “Exodus” (2006)
9/7 Live collaboration with Dryden Mitchell and Tye Zamora of Alien Ant Farm on song “Homebrew” (2002)
9/13 TV Appearance on Late Night With David Letterman (1996)
9/15 “Come Original” Music Video Release (1999)
9/27 “Til The City’s On Fire” Music Video debut (2017)
9/28 Live collaboration with Steve Ewing of The Urge on song “Fuck the Bullshit” (1996)

OCTOBER

10/4 “Count Me In” Single Release (2011 – reached #31 on the Alternative Radio chart).
10/12 Soundsystem Album Release Date (1999 – debuted #9 on Top 200 Albums Chart. Certified Gold Album).
10/18 “Lucky” Single Release (1994).
10/19 TV performance at MTV Sports and Music Festival, Austin (1997)
10/21 “Beyond the Grey Sky” Single Release (2003 – reached #39 on Alternative Radio chart).
10/26 311 Day 2004 DVD Release (2004 – Certified Platinum DVD).
10/26 Greatest Hits ’93 – ’03 Album Release Date (2004 – Certified Platinum Album).
10/26 Live collaboration with MC White on song “Summer of Love” (1994)
10/29 SA Martinez’s Birthday
10/31 Halloween Shows (1991, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2010, 2017, 2021)
Improv covers of Billie Holiday’s “All of Me” and Soft Wind’s “Detour Ahead” while kick-drum was being replaced (1997).
Cover of Guns and Roses “Sweet Child O Mine” (1999, The Tabernacle, Atlanta)
Cover of REM “I Am Superman” (2000, The Tabernacle, Atlanta)
Cover of Hank Williams “Hey Good Lookin'” (2003, Sound Advice Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach)
Music played in it’s entirety (2010, Fox Theatre, Atlanta)

NOVEMBER

11/3 Live! Album Release Date (1998 – debuted at #7 on Top 200 Albums Chart).
11/5 ESTD DVD Release Date (1996 – Certified Platinum DVD)
11/11 First show in Mexico (2011)
11/12 “Freak Out” Single Release (1992)
11/14 First show in Brazil (2011)
11/15 “Homebrew” Music Video Release (1993)
11/19 “Beautiful Disaster” Music Video Release (1997)
11/22 “Speak Easy” Single Release (2005 – reached #22 on Alternative Radio chart).

DECEMBER

12/7 “Flowing” Music Video Release (1999)
12/11 ETSD 2 DVD Release Date (2001 – Certified Gold DVD).
12/13 “Beautiful Disaster” Single Release (1997 – reached #27 on Alternative Radio chart).
12/15 “I’ll Be Here Awhile” Music Video Release (2001)
12/23 TV Appearance on Last Call with Carson Daly (2005)
12/30 First Canada show (1995)
12/31 New Years Eve Shows (1993, 1995, 1999 w RHCP, 2017)
12/31 TV Appearance on Dick Clark’s New Years Rockin’ Eve (2005)