Recent experiments have examined the impact of a magnetic field on ferroquadrupolar orders in the intermetallic Kondo material PrTi2Al20. Motivated by this, we use extensive Monte Carlo simulations to study a diamond lattice XY model of non-Kramers pseudospin-1/2 Pr3+ moments which crucially incorporates three-spin interactions. This model supports a thermal Z3 Potts ordering transition upon cooling from the paramagnetic phase into the ferroquadrupolar phase. An applied magnetic field along the  direction leads to a thermal Ising transition out of the quadrupolar ordered phase. A magnetic field along the  direction leads to only thermal crossovers, but supports a spinodal transition out of metastable domains which could be strongly pinned by coupling to elastic lattice deformations. We propose noise measurements as a potential probe to “hear” the spinodal transition. Our work highlights the importance of multispin interactions in Kondo materials near the small-to-large Fermi surface transition.