Well, it was actually the exact same question That ficklecycle quoted.
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1 extra Station to Station ticket for sale. Face value: $28
Priority goes to whoever can either A. pick up the ticket from me at work before 5:30pm (I work in South Park area of Downtown) or B. Is ok with meeting me in Little Tokyo before the show (exact location/time tbd) or at the show.
coachella 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 (w2), 2013 (w1)
oh my God, you are actually fucking right. I apologize to Ficklecycle. What the fucking fuck
Is anyone seeing Nick Waterhouse at Troubadour tonight?
Paul Kalkbrenner @ The Fonda 12/13 http://www.axs.com/events/245299/pau...renner-tickets
for this mini-tour with Soul Asylum and Evan Dando
Thursday | September 26 Northampton MA Iron Horse
Friday | September 27 Portland ME Asylum
Saturday | September 28 Burlington VT Higher Ground
Monday | September 30 Boston MA Paradise Rock Club
Tuesday | October 1 New Brunswick NJ State Theatre
Wednesday | October 2 Port Chester NY Capitol Theatre
Friday | October 4 Westbury NY The Space at Westbury
Saturday | October 5 New York NY Webster Hall
Sunday | October 6 Ardmore PA Ardmore Music Hall
Tuesday | October 8 Pittsburgh PA Altar Bar
Wednesday | October 9 Washington DC 9:30 Club
Friday | October 11 Bethlehem PA Sands Bethlehem Event Center
Saturday | October 12 Derry NH Stockbridge Theater
Monday | October 14 Buffalo NY The Tralf
Won Jimmy Eat World tickets and paid $60 for a solid Depeche Mode seat. Gonna be a fun weekend
Fuck this bullshit!~
ROCK THE BELLS FESTIVAL CANCELLED IN WASHINGTON, DC & NEW YORK CITY
FULL REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN AT POINT-OF-PURCHASE
FESTIVAL ORGANIZERS EXPRESS THEIR SENTIMENTS
Festival organizers, Guerilla Union, announced today that the upcoming Rock the Bells Festival tour-stop in Washington, DC and New York City are now cancelled due to a lack of ticket sales. The festival was slated to take place in Washington, DC this weekend (September 28 and 29) and New York City the following weekend (October 4 and 5).
Chang Weisberg, founder and owner of Guerilla Union states: ďFirst and foremost, it is with great sadness and disappointment that we must cancel the Washington, DC and New York City Rock the Bells dates due to lack of ticket sales. I, along with our staff, the artists, and all of the sponsors, media partners, local promoters, and radio stations involved are thankful for our supporters and the fans that planned on attending. Itís extremely unfortunate that we canít complete the last half of the 10th Anniversary Rock the Bells tour. We did everything in our power to save the show. Unfortunately, the financial loss would have been devastating. This festival has been ten years in the making. I am truly sorry we could not produce the show for all the fans who did buy their ticket in support of.Ē
Full refunds will be honored at the location where fans purchased their tickets.
This would have been my third year at rock the bells. My first year was a great experience. Last year, I spent more than $500 to get up front in the less-than-ideal venue used for the New Jersey show. Talking to people around me though, I could not find a single person that paid anything close to that for their seats. I felt ripped off that everyone around me got their tickets from Groupon or drastically discounted upgrades at the door, but going to hip-hop shows is my passion and I was happy to be separated from my money for the product I paid for. However, I didn't receive the product I paid for. The day of the show you CANCELLED MORE THAN FIFTEEN ARTISTS (Big Sean, Tyga, Schoolboy Q, Yelawolf, Pusha T, Chief Keef, Tinie Tempah, Watsky, French Montana, Red Cafe, Mix Master Mike, Murs, Fashawn, Zion I, Grouch, Eligh, & Dom Kennedy.) Your handling of this situation left me feeling disregarded and entirely disrespected. No explanation was offered by the host and the absent artists were never so much as mentioned as we sat in silence for hours the first day. If you can't afford the artists, explain that to me so that I know what's happening. Acting like nothing was wrong sent a clear message that you had my money and my experience was no longer a factor. The only person that I could find available for questions, was an elderly woman passing out adjusted schedules (that were still not accurate) who was blatantly rude to everyone and offered the explanation "A lot of artists in this particular genre like to party all night and don't always get up in the morning." Way to represent the community. I spent more than $1000 travelling from Ohio, paying for tickets, and getting a hotel for this trip. To say the least, I was skeptical about coming back this year, but the line up was too good for me to ignore.
I was more excited for this years line-up than any year before. Despite my reservations, I got VIP both days and convinced ELEVEN of my friends to buy tickets as well. That there alone is more than $2000 I have personally helped to bring to Guerilla Union. We have spent weeks planning rides and booking hotels only to be made a fool, once again, for believing in your company. Your silence policy, both with the cancelled artists last year and cancelled shows this year shows a clear pattern of disrespect to your customer base. Rather than making a clear and official statement, we have to learn through ticketmaster and XXL that we have been ripped off once again. As i write this, you are deleting people complaining off of your Facebook wall and offering no explanation whatsoever.
As a former loyal customer, please just make a statement as soon as possible as to what is going on so that I can begin to try and recover the money I have already put down on hotels.
I would just go ahead and assume that The Rolling Stones are not and will never play the Crescent Ballroom, Amy.
The lineup was good, the price was not. I used to go for 40-50 dollars, and now it's 100 per day with a similar lineup. They got ahead of themselves.
Can you assure people that you copied and pasted that, Zach, so they know it's accurate?