Third Eye Blind’s Stephan Jenkins, Brad Hargreaves and Tony Fredinaelli have apparently put aside their differences. After a long absence, they’re touring again this summer, supporting a digital three-track EP, Red Star, released last November, and a single, “Non-Dairy Creamer,” which snagged some airplay earlier this year. In concert, you’ll hear some songs from a new album slated to drop in June — their first full-length in six years — but you’ll also hear plenty of their old hits and maybe a few brand-new tunes. Third Eye Blind play Time Warner Cable Amphitheater (351 Canal Rd., 216.522.4822, livenation.com) as part of the Great American Rib Cook-Off and Music Festival at 9:15 p.m. General admission is free with Cook-Off ticket ($7); reserved tickets are $25. — Julia Kazar
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