Third Eye Blind, Everclear New Year's Eve Show Cancelled

As December 31 quickly approaches, the plug has been pulled on yet another Y2K celebration.

A New Year's Eve show that would have brought Third Eye Blind, Everclear, Fuel, and others to Washington, D.C.'s MCI Center on Friday has been cancelled, according to Reuters.

While poor ticket sales have plagued many New Year's Eve shows and the vague threat of heightened terrorist activity prompted the city of Seattle to cancel its Y2K festivities, concert organizers would not elaborate on the ''unforeseen circumstances" that brought about the cancellation of the Washington show.

The celebration was reportedly to have featured indoor fireworks and free food and drink (at some 150 open bars) for a ticket price between $249 and $399.

Third Eye Blind, Everclear, Fuel and the rest now join Megadeth, Creed, Sting, Live, Michael Jackson, Jewel, and others on the list of acts who have seen their New Year's Eve plans cancelled.

-- Robert

Mancini