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I would guess the same. Hope so!
I didn't say solely due to inflation but it is obviously a contributing factor. My main point is that for a band of Radiohead's stature these prices are expected and reasonable.
The Radiohead ticket prices are more than reasonable. There is such a thing as inflation. It's not 2012 anymore. For a band that is big but not U2, Springsteen, Macca etc slightly over $100 is...
LOL. Keep dreaming. It's going to be 10 shows at MAX. Likely even less.
They aren't playing Coachella. No Chicago, Philly, LA or Nor-Cal yet.
I'm guessing LA Green Day add right after SD? I wonder if it can't be announced cuz Palladium has not taken place yet?
Anyone know of a way to get discount culinary or outstanding in the field tickets? thanks.
And that's a wrap for Tool. Don't expect any additional shows to be added.
Rumor is 5 shows. Guess the 2 festivals SLC, Denver and......who knows. LA is almost certainly about of the cards. If we're lucky Vegas. Festivals announce Tuesday but may be some time before...
Bottom line underwhelming setlist. We'll see how night 2 goes.
Because it sucks compared to a hotel?
They said very clearly anyone who entered the waiting room BEFORE 10am would be assigned a random place in line. It was not first come first serve. Weekend 2 was far easier. I got in with...
This gentleman makes a valid point. The SB show in 2012 was easily the worst I've ever seen them and yes the Arizona show was good but it did not compare to the top shows from prior tours.
Got a pair of GA pit for weekend 2 around 10:15am. Weekend 2 waiting moved MUCH faster.
Not necessarily. Given the age of the artists plenty of their dedicated fans will be well-off enough to afford good seats. Again, the whole pricing layout and stratification is reasonable given the...
The GA is obviously very far away. Each of the seated sections has at least 20 rows. So you are at least 100 rows "back" from the stage and that doesn't even count the GA Pit. Still the price for...
Atlanta and Cedar Park, TX are highly likely per Reddit. Almost certainly East Coast heavy dates coming but how far West will they go? Looks like we will find out Monday.
NEW US TOUR DATES ANNOUNCED
Oct 20 - The Observatory OC - Santa Ana, CA
Oct 21 - The Theater at Ace hotel - Los Angeles, CA
Oct 23 - Vina Robles Amphitheater - Paso Robles, CA...
Can we PLEASE get some additional tour dates?
More importantly rumored announcement tomorrow...not sure exactly what but seems they are likely playing Monster Mash in Tempe on Halloween night....let's hope some other tour dates come along with...
The song is phenomenal...the best they put out in recent memory. I'm also surprised the album hasn't leaked...but there are also VERY few reviews of it online..meaning it's probably under high...
Surely they will not.
Utterly phenomenal show Assassin was incredible. The audible to Hyper Music was awesome. Great to see thee band perform songs that are highly unlikely to be seen on the main USA arena tour.
Set times for tonight:
8:00pm: Plague Vendor
Alice in Chains "Would" off Dirt
Black Sabbath "Into the Void" off Master of Reality
Agree. The new album is fantastic. "Dorian" and "Monuments" are great tunes.
Totally agree. Tiberius is freaking awesome. And from the 30 second teasers of each song released I am very excited.
Will do, thanks Mike. Yeah I saw you standing on your chair during Head like a Hole, haha. Awesome. I was going nuts during that too.
It was good seeing you yesterday! I totally agree that NIN was ON FIRE yesterday. I was at Staples last year and went to the Joint in LV as well and was not really blown away by either...
Well here it is. This is what Smashing Pumpkins fans have been waiting 16 years for. The Adore era version of "Let me Give the World to You" produced by Rick Rubin.
Didn't mind the music too much. His crowd interaction was just so juvenile and stale and every time he tried to be funny he was anything but.
Dan Deacon on Saturday is near the top of the worst live performances I have EVER seen.
Does not matter one bit. Those were record release shows. Whether it be a date at a bigger venue or Coachella he is obviously going to return one way or another.
And hurry and announce some LA dates.
Got a single Greek GA ticket also after about 10min of searching. woooo
Massive Attack. Santa Barbara Bowl. 10/17
The Mayan show was literally insane. One of the best shows I've seen in a long time and surely topped the Fonda. Neutral Milk Hotel and I snuck into this pseudo VIP section right next to the stage...
August 18: Midland Theatre in Kansas City, MO
August 20: Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO
August 23: Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, CA
If you are a big concert goer having a Preferred AmEx is totally worth it. They have some of the best seats out there and I've gotten nothing but amazing seats every time there is a preferred...
I have an extra ticket for Panda Bear for sale tonight. $30 and it's an e-ticket. PM me if interested
DATE CITY VENUE
Oct-1 Cincinnati, OH US Bank Arena
Got pairs for Jack White at Fonda and Mayan. Woooo
thanks ameeps for posting the best, well written response to the Morrissey drama out of everyone (including mine)
Well keep caring. After this publicity stunt no one will ever hear of these losers again. And real mature response btw. You sound like you have the education of a third grader.
I had never seen Morrissey before and he was great. Honestly, who cares what some band no one cares about nor has ever heard of has to say?
See the below review from MJK appearance at Man Hunter screening 2 days ago. I was there and it was awesome. MJK was very polite and courteous to all the fans there. As written below, he basically...