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But for now, back to tour announcements and upcoming gigs 🙂

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1 hour ago, Hugh Jass said:

It’s hard to moan too much about gig prices when I paid 300 quid for a football match this week.

Imagined this was to see your lot lose 3-2 to the mighty Steve 'is that bacon' Bruce.

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1 minute ago, CJTM said:

@Hugh Jass the North play Bosnia and we play Slovakia, if we both win we would meet a few days later for winner takes all spot at the Euros up at their place

Now that will be worth watching.

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5 minutes ago, Tuna said:

Imagined this was to see your lot lose 3-2 to the mighty Steve 'is that bacon' Bruce.

I refused to pay the £15 ticket price for that!!

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6 hours ago, henry bear said:

Predictably all sold out very quickly, extra nights added, they’re probably gone too. Twitter full of disgruntled Genesis fans moaning about the cost of the tickets/they were stuck in the queue only to find out the tickets were sold out.

We got two for glasgow this morning, it then came up sold out. I went in again at 2pm and got a third one. My other half and two friends are well chuffed.

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11 hours ago, chazwwe said:

They normally play around the festival. I can't see them back unfortunately. Would love to see them open the Pyramid. 

Don't kill the dream 😄

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56 minutes ago, fat_man_joe said:

Seeing them tomorrow, can't wait.

You will not be disappointed.

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22 hours ago, Padjeq said:

Arlo Parks is good too, and I think the machine is about to get behind her.

Arlo Parks is excellent. And yeah she’s about to blow, bloody Massive Attack showed up in the audience at his first UK headline gig here in Bristol on Tuesday! 

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Feels a bit weird to post this but the Somerset House Summer Series line-up has been released. Headline acts are: Jordan Rakei, Six60, Rodrigo y Gabriela, James Vincent McMorrow, Bomba Estereo, Blood Orange, Mahalia, WoodKid, Tove Lo, Young the Giant and Eskimo Summer Dance. Ticket releases have been postponed for the time being

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On 3/7/2020 at 9:38 AM, Col!n said:

Arlo Parks is excellent. And yeah she’s about to blow, bloody Massive Attack showed up in the audience at his first UK headline gig here in Bristol on Tuesday! 

Was that the rough trade gig? Pretty cool!

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On 3/19/2020 at 1:45 PM, Mouseboy11 said:

Was that the rough trade gig? Pretty cool!

Yeah! She's absolutely nailing it just now

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Bands & venues are starting to release rearranged tour dates, so if you had your eye on an act due to tour it's worth checking to see if they've got a new set of dates.  Neon Waltz have just released new dates for October, definitely getting myself a ticket as something to look forward to!

Remember how much the bands and venues need the cash as well!  Think of it as an investment for 6 months down the line :)

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Seems quite a few acts rearranging for August/September/October. I find it hard to imagine large scale gatherings will be back on the agenda by then (hope I’m wrong though)

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38 minutes ago, henry bear said:

Seems quite a few acts rearranging for August/September/October. I find it hard to imagine large scale gatherings will be back on the agenda by then (hope I’m wrong though)

I don’t think anyone buying tickets would be under the illusion that it’s guaranteed to go ahead on the stated date. Still good to support the artists that we’ll be listening to through this time with a ticket purchase.

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Just now, dentalplan said:

I don’t think anyone buying tickets would be under the illusion that it’s guaranteed to go ahead on the stated date. Still good to support the artists that we’ll be listening to through this time with a ticket purchase.

Yup that's the bit I meant to add!

It'll get rearranged or refunded if it doesn't go ahead, so worst case you've just put the money away for a bit with something nice to come at the end of it.

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I feel old

There's a number of gigs that I chose not to get tickets for, but would've done if it was on a weekend. I'm keeping an eye on new dates to see if they are no longer on a school night and see if there are any tickets up for grabs!

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On 3/24/2020 at 11:06 AM, dentalplan said:

I don’t think anyone buying tickets would be under the illusion that it’s guaranteed to go ahead on the stated date. Still good to support the artists that we’ll be listening to through this time with a ticket purchase.

I get that bit, but I can’t understand why they don’t reschedule for a more realistic timeframe. Also, people may need to book accommodation and transportation - I’d certainly think twice about booking an event in, say, August

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1 hour ago, henry bear said:

I get that bit, but I can’t understand why they don’t reschedule for a more realistic timeframe. Also, people may need to book accommodation and transportation - I’d certainly think twice about booking an event in, say, August

We don't know what a realistic timeframe is. But what can be assumed is that people would rather book ticket to gigs that aren't as far away.

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4 hours ago, dentalplan said:

We don't know what a realistic timeframe is. But what can be assumed is that people would rather book ticket to gigs that aren't as far away.

It’s also about finding space at venues. A lot of the big ones like arenas and whatnot will be booked up well into next year with stuff that hasn’t been announced yet. It’s going to be a challenge to crowbar half a year’s worth of rearranged gigs into their schedules too.

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Decided to treat myself a little bit given how it has all been a Lil Bit Stressful of late and needed some gigs

Booked tickets for Hinds, Purity Ring, Warmduscher, Girl Band/Dry Cleaning and then Bon Iver in 2021

The prospect of going to a gig is going to be a big motivator for the next few months

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On 3/24/2020 at 11:43 AM, Tommy101 said:

I feel old

There's a number of gigs that I chose not to get tickets for, but would've done if it was on a weekend. I'm keeping an eye on new dates to see if they are no longer on a school night and see if there are any tickets up for grabs!

I'm the opposite. Much prefer a midweek gig now I'm in my gulp... forties. A weekend gig just gets in the way of family stuff and increases the chances of a big hangover that I'll carry over till at least Tuesday.

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