Discussion in 'News' started by minuteforce, Nov 3, 2014.
Des Moines ticket purchased. Yes.
Nothing even close to me
I've been trying to see Rise Against for a second time ever since the first time in 2012 and they haven't come back near me since
Which is why sometimes I don't want them to come here I don't think I'd able to travel if they went somewhere other than my city and I probably wouldn't able to afford it. If LP came here and I missed them, I'd hate myself for it.
You're not crazy; this definitely appears to be the trend.
Luckily, I have a friend whose company is doing marketing for the Nashville show, so she's offered to bring me as her +1. So I can either take her up on what will likely be lower level seating, or pay $107 for GA tickets to get front and center.
Right now, I'm leaning toward taking the +1, hoping it's decent seating, and just trying my luck again in the M&G lottery.
Probably the same as the last US tour. When I saw Rise Against headlining, tickets were around $40.
I assume a tour with these three bands is no more expensive than one with LP, 30stm, and AFI.
However, those tickets were too expensive in my opinion. But, that's besides the point.
EDIT: maybe I am wrong
My God this is the best non-festival lineup I've seen since getting into LP IMO. My friends would all be down to see LP with me for once... but of course they're skipping my city again. What kind of fucking vendetta does this band have against Cleveland? They haven't been within 3 hours of the city since 2007! I am beyond pissed, would easily have made for the best night of my life. But Nebraska is too important to miss every US tour apparently.
This tour is all on the opposite side of the map of me for the most part. They completely ignored the West. But I guess the West usually gets a lot, so its all good.
Atleast i will see both within the next two weeks
For those asking, I searched because of the LPU pre-sale. GA for the 3 venues I searched (PA, NJ, NY) were between $113-$117 a piece. Next one, for seating, were $90. Way too expensive, especially for this time of year. Plus I did just see them in August. But still, why the fuck is everything so expensive? It ridiculous.
When I saw them in September,my ticket was about $90 for lower level seats. So it seems around the same price this time around, which I expected.
But I agree that things are way too expensive. But they can charge that amount because people will come to see them. Plus Rise Against and OM&M aren't some no name bands, so that doesn't help either.
Try not to rip anyone's shoulders out of the socket while you're there.
Finally an NYC tour date (that alone is ridiculous to me). I can ride the train down to Barclays. I just got my pit seats ($113) which is in the range of what I've always paid to see them. Is that just the New York area then? People have always told me thats way too expensive for tickets but I figured for GA it won't get any lower than that for a band like them.
They're coming to the city I go to college in (Lincoln, NE) the day before my birthday. My present to myself might just be my first ever LP concert
Whelp. Saw them in Vancouver back in the Honda Civic Tour. Pretty bummed that they aren't coming up here... But I might be close to Edmonton, Alberta when this comes around... So we'll see :3
For you guys who think your tickets are expensive, i payed for LP here in Germany 70€ (87$) and For Rise Against 40€ (50$).
Together that means 110 € (137$) and these are two shows
Mike has a very expensive fabergé egg collection to maintain.
Problem is I wouldn't spend $50 to go see Rise Against. Hahaha.
well i did it , and i think its worth , but its all about the taste.
Try living in Ireland xD Spending over €250 just to see them in Manchester in a couple of weeks.
Yep, I think that has a lot to do with it. Last time (and first time) I saw LP was in Augusta, GA, with Incubus and Mutemath, and those tickets were in the $100 ballpark, I believe. Maybe around $90.
For anyone that likes to plan things out in advance like I do, parking is $20 for the Atlantic City show. It says so on the Boardwalk Hall website here:
It's always good to check out your venues websites for how much parking and other things cost. Just throwing that out there...
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