As many of us get older, we often attempt to relive things from the past, whether that be fashionable clothing, an incredible meal at a specific restaurant, or a night out that has lived on in infamy.

Concerts fill a void for nostalgia. Many bands have been touring for decades on the same iconic hits that made them chart-toppers at one point in their career. Rarely do fans get to relive the same night they had decades before, but that's what's about to happen over Thanksgiving weekend in Maine.

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Waterfront Concerts has announced that Creed will play live at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor on Saturday, November 30. The show will also feature lengthy sets from Three Doors Down as well as Mammoth WVH.

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If most of that show sounds familiar to rock fans, it should. Creed and Three Doors Down visited Maine on the same bill more than 23 years ago. That particular show was a powerhouse, as both bands were as hot as they've ever been, which led to a sell out of the civic center in Portland.

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By the time the November 30 date in Bangor rolls around, it would have been more than 24 years since the two bands performed together in Maine. Creed's surprising reunion has brought fans back, and the show over a holiday weekend should be lively. The bands will begin the tour together by playing live on a cruise in April.

Tickets will officially go on sale for Creed, Three Doors Down, and Mammoth WVH on Friday, February 6, at 10am.


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