There's no way Tycho sold 1/4 of the venue in the first few minutes.
I believe its like how they did the free Gary Clark Jr prints and it's actually the first 100 through the doors night of show. They gave you a ticket and you collect the poster after the show.
EDIT: Nevermind just read the ticketfly link. Guess they'll just have ur name on a list? I imagine they'll be extras since peeps that buy for friends not everyone gonna be interested in collecting a print at the end or forget to.
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Does Tycho do his own artwork, or does he have a guy who does them all? I've noticed all of his posters over the past couple years have the same aesthetic. They're awesome. That one for Boulder is amazing.
last.fm 8/7/16 - Sufjan Stevens @ Hollywood Bowl // 8/8/16 - Radiohead @ Shrine // 8/8/16 - Boris @ Regent
9/14/16 - Wilco @ Theatre at Ace Hotel // 9/18/16 - Kraftwerk @ Hollywood Bowl
There's no way Tycho sold 1/4 of the venue in the first few minutes.
Well its more a general question. I mean, they couldve said when you finalized the purchase that you were in the first 100. But i guess youll find out when you show up. Then again, ticketfly could email again and let you know whats up too.
I'd like to see the layout for this venue. Never heard anything like it! Even if you're on the floor, you have to pay "extra" in order to get closer to the stage? Didn't FlyLo play at Club Nokia in October?
The pit area is the floor mostly out of frame to the left...
Most of the time I've gone its been all GA and you have to get there early to get in the pit section... otherwise you can't go further than that first railing... What's more obnoxious though is that I've never been to a show where they break tickets down by floor vs balcony (as far as I know they never do that...)... so its very well possible for you to be stuck up in the seating on the balcony.
Either way, if pit tickets are available they are always the best look there... It's about the only way I don't absolutely hate the venue. (overall, I'd say it's one of, if not THE, worst major venues in LA)
Didn't see this in here, I am really excited for it
Chelsea Wolfe acoustic tour with King Dude (!)
1/11 San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall !
1/13 Portland, OR - Doug Fir Lounge !
1/14 Seattle, WA - The Triple Door !
1/15 Vancouver, BC - The Media Club !
1/18 Minneapolis, MN - Triple Rock Social Club !
1/19 Chicago, IL - Schubas Tavern !
1/20 Pontiac, MI - The Pike Room at Crofoot Ballroom !
1/21 Toronto, ON - The Drake Hotel !
1/22 Montreal, QC - Il Motore !
1/23 Cambridge, MA - The Sinclair !
1/25 Philadelphia, PA - The Side Chapel of The First Unitarian Church !
1/26 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg !
1/28 Washington, DC - The Rock & Roll Hotel
1/29 Chapel Hill, NC - Local 506
1/30 Atlanta, GA - The Earl
2/1 Houston, TX - Fitzgerald's
2/3 Dallas, TX - House of Blues
2/5 Phoenix, AZ - The Crescent Ballroom
2/8 Los Angeles, CA - First Unitarian Church
03.06.2013 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall Of Williamsburg - US
03.07.2013 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall Of Williamsburg - US
03.08.2013 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer - US
03.09.2013 Washington, D.C. - 9:30 Club - US
03.11.2013 Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club - US
03.12.2013 Toronto, ON - Opera House - US
03.13.2013 Columbus, OH - Newport Music Hall - US
03.15.2013 Chicago, IL - Metro - US
03.16.2013 Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue - US
03.19.2013 Seattle, WA - Neptune Ballroom - US
03.20.2013 Portland, OR - Doug Fir Lounge - US
03.22.2013 San Francisco, CA - Public Works - US
03.23.2013 Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre - US
3/20 Eric Clapton @ MSG
3/21 Wilco @ Beacon
3/22 At The Drive-In @ T5
3/22 Varg @ HSH
3/24 Ellen Allien/Volvox @ Good Room
Originally Posted by guedita
Help me decide what to wear to the show I'm going to tonight, everyone. I'll post pics of my six different potential outfits in a second.
Originally Posted by bmack86
What is it about a band you love unconditionally that makes you adore them? Otherwise I'm going to just rip all over your shitty taste in bad bands.
Awesome! I'll be seeing him Saturday Hopefully Little Dragon will show up with him since they're playing together on Fallon tomorrow!
Originally Posted by stuporfly
Much as I loved them at Coachella, I thought they were even better at Roseland several months earlier. It just suits them to be in a room where you think the roof is going to cave in on you.
Indeed. Those two shows at Roseland were the loudest shows I ever went to. I never seen the floor shake like it did for the last 20 minutes of their set!
I guess we won't be seeing a new material by end of the year?
DiS: The first time I ever saw both Primal Scream and My Bloody Valentine was on the same bill at the Garage in Nottingham twenty-five years ago. Obviously the material both sets were comprised of is very different to what either band would play now. Do you ever foresee Primal Scream or My Bloody Valentine playing some of those early songs again such as 'All Fall Down' and 'Velocity Girl' (Primal Scream) or 'Sunny Sundae Smile', 'Strawberry Wine' and that whole Lazy Records pre-Creation era (My Bloody Valentine) again?
Debbie Googe: I very much doubt it. It's kind of a process you have to go through to get somewhere else. As a band develops and makes more records it enables you a wider scope of material to cull from really. Some songs will get left behind, especially when you've only got half an hour to play or whatever. Unless you're The Cure of course who just keep on playing for four hours! My Bloody Valentine did a festival with them a few years ago and The Cure played for over three hours, which was amazing, but then we were given an hour and a half so it meant we had to streamline what we wanted to play. At the same time, we've all been doing this a very long time so you kind of get the feeling now for what works live.
DiS: You've already mentioned My Bloody Valentine booking shows for next year. Does this mean there will be a full world tour and possibly UK dates as well?
Debbie Googe: The only definites so far are Japan and Australia. We're doing about half-a-dozen club shows in each and an ATP show in Melbourne. There's nothing confirmed after that but I'd say it's very, very likely. The way we work we will carry on playing other shows and that will almost certainly involve the UK at some point. America too, I just don't know when.
DiS: We've already touched briefly on the new My Bloody Valentine record. Is there a definitive timescale as to when it might be released and bearing in mind the past twenty years of inactivity, do you believe it will see the light of day, even now?
Debbie Googe: It will definitely come out as it's pretty much finished. I mean, it's impossible to talk about time with Kevin, but in terms of percentage wise, he's got one more track he wants to do then that's it. Everything else is recorded.
DiS: Will any of the new songs be in the live set next year?
Debbie Googe: At this moment in time I couldn't really tell you. We haven't played together since ATP in 2009. We see each other socially. In fact I probably see Kevin the most because Colm lives in the States and Bilinda's got children and actually me and Kevin live relatively close to each other and go to gigs together. I'd like to think there'll be new material in the live set. I know he doesn't want to play the whole of the new album. One of the reasons we booked Japan and Australia first was because they're territories we never got to play first time around bar the one festival, so I'd expect those sets to be very similar to the ones we've been playing over here and in America. But then by the time we get back here, I'd expect there to be newer songs incorporated into the set that we haven't played live before.
9/3 Washington, DC - 930 Club
9/4 Philadelphia, PA - Trocadero
9/5 New York, NY - Irving Plaza
9/6 Toronto, ON - Lee's Palace
9/7 Chicago, IL - House of Blues
9/10 Los Angeles, CA - Club Nokia
9/11 Las Vegas, NV - LVCS
9/13 San Francisco, CA - Regency Ballroom
9/14 Portland, OR - Aladdin Theater
9/15 Seattle, WA - Showbox Theater