PHOTOS: 3 Doors Down Celebrate 20th Anniversary Of ‘The Better Life’ In Philadelphia

3 Doors Down; Photo by Andrew Wendowski

3 Doors Down drenched Philadelphia with an electrifying rock show while celebrating an album’s milestone anniversary!

The GRAMMY-award winning rock band, composed of Brad Arnold, Chris Henderson, Greg Upchurch, Chet Roberts and Justin Biltonen, are on the road celebrating the 20th anniversary of their 7x Platinum debut album, The Better Life, and on Saturday, August 21, the popular band made a stop in Philadelphia at The Mann Center’s TD Pavilion.

“Especially after the last year everyone has had, I am really looking forward to rocking out and celebrating with our fans this summer. It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since we released The Better Life,” Arnold previously shared in a press release. “That album drastically changed our lives, and we are incredibly excited to celebrate the 20th anniversary with our fans by playing The Better Life front to back this summer. It’s going to be a blast, and we can’t wait to get on the road and see everyone out there!”

Throughout their 17-song set, the band performed their iconic, best-selling debut album in its entirety, including smash hit singles such as “Loser,” “Duck And Run,” “Be Like That,” “Better Life,” “It’s Not My Time” and “Kryptonite,” which kicked off their electrifying set.

In addition to playing songs from The Better Life, the band also performed fan-favorite hits like “Here Without You,” before ending their set with “When I’m Gone,” which they dedicated to those who serve our country.

“We send this last song out to every man, every woman and every family that serves our country everyday,” Arnold told the near-capacity crowd. “From our military to our police officers, our fireman, paramedics, everybody that when we call they come. Thank you for what you do my friends. God Bless you for your service. Philly, God Bless you my friends and God Bless America.”

Seether was originally expected to serve as support on the bill, however, due to a “family emergency,” the band did not perform.

See photos of 3 Doors Down from their Philadelphia concert below.

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