In Case You Missed It: 3 Doors Down filmed 2008 music video in Cincinnati

Rockers perform at 9 p.m. Saturday in Blue Ash
Posted at 12:39 PM, Aug 26, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-26 12:56:40-04

BLUE ASH, Ohio -- This comes as no surprise to diehard 3 Doors Down fans, but the grunge rock band of mid-2000s fame filmed the music video for 2008's "It's Not My Time" right here in the Queen City.

They're back in the Tri-State performing a free show at the Taste of Blue Ash at 9 p.m. Saturday at Summit Park. Seating is not provided and setup of personal chairs as early as 7 a.m. Saturday is required to "reserve" a seating area.

This concert comes just one week after former guitarist Matt Roberts, featured in the video, died of a suspected drug overdose Aug. 20.

The music video shows the band rocking out atop Bellevue Hill Park's iconic pavilion roof backdropped by sweeping views of Cincinnati. Vocalist Brad Arnold, Roberts, guitarist Chris Henderson, bassist Todd Harrell and drummer Greg Upchurch also play standing atop and under various freeways Downtown.

Meanwhile, a parkour master fights time by vaulting over walls and buildings in CUF and Over-the-Rhine, sprinting through crowded Government Square bus stops and barrel-rolling through Fountain Square to prevent a truck from T-boning a woman and her young daughter Downtown.

Watch the video in the player below and see which Cincinnati landmarks you recognize.


Click here to read about other events Friday through Sunday at Taste of Blue Ash.