It's funny sometimes to see what happens when people start talking about ideas.
It's better when they talk about Radiohead.
I wouldn't know. Tell us about it.
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"Who is this doing this synthetic type of Alpha Beta psychedelic funkin'?"
October 5 - Danzig/Superjoint
October 8 - Claude VonStroke/Disclosure
October 14 - Ghost
November 4 - Puscifer
November 7 - FFF/Mayhem/Watain/Rotting Christ
November 14 - Deafheaven
November 22 - GWAR
December 13 - Bell Witch
February 13 - Black Sabbath
March 24 - David Gilmour
Parking lot purchases may be very affordable but can also be a hotbed for scammers - especially if non-wristband wearers can't go within a mile of the gate.
It makes me thing I've made a mistake in my thinking somewhere, but it seems to me that Bumblebee has a valid point. The wristbands are advanced, yes, but this only prevents Goldenvoice from getting scammed. Unless you have an RFID reader and know which codes indicate valid passes, the 'advanced wristbands' do nothing to protect the consumer from buying a fraudulent ticket on the secondary market.
you could register them to see if they were good couldn't you? they should put a scanner so you can validate with cell phones.
Once for a Lakers game I re-printed my ticket because I misplaced it, found the other and accidently scanned the wrong one. I pretty much had to write a long essay to the Season Ticket office on what happened and how I won’t do it again or my privileges would be revoked. Just that one instance, and I had a 30 day probationary period where I couldn't sell, reprint, or forward tickets from my account.
Dear Paul Tollet.
This thread is my confirmation as to why I completely trust you and your staff to make my concert decisions.
Carry on and thank you.
Sincerely, and with an oxford comma,
2 oz blended whiskey
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 tsp powdered sugar
1/2 slice lemon
Shake blended whiskey, juice of lemon, and powdered sugar with ice and strain into a whiskey sour glass. Decorate with the half-slice of lemon, top with the cherry, and serve.
Can you make sure FB gets a pass for next year?
Somebody who deserves it more
1. A seller is not going to allow a buyer to register them until he has received payment. A buyer who wants to validate by registration will not want to give money first. The only way this works is via an in-person transaction in the presence of a laptop and an wifi connection. This significantly reduces the potential market.
2. I don't think the registration number is physically connected to the RFID chip, is it? (I don't remember exactly). I thought it was printed on the wristband, not the actual chip itself? If so you could still have a valid code with an invalid/dummy chip inside. Or, alternatively, doesn't seem like it would be hard to counterfeit a duplicate registration number.
3. What they should do and what they actually do are two separate things. And it's what they actually do that matters.
it was on the chip, tom.
I think you can register the wristband on your smart phone too. At least I logged into that Coachella website on my phone a couple times.
funny how whenever these genius board members are proven wrong, the thread dies all of a sudden and they don't want to play....wahhh
Seems to be a lot of confusion and stupidity. Maybe your own stupid opinions have become inane????
If you fucks want to act as a rabid pack, you will all be grouped into one. Your leaders and self appointed message board deputies are dragging you down.
Separate yourself from the pack and anyone of you would be eaten alive. Strength in numbers. Power in prejudice.
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