From the business side, his acoustic tours don't take as much gear and staff to produce, but he's also playing at theaters instead of arenas. But entertainment wise, his acoustic shows are way more interesting and each one is different. If you've never seen him before it's worth it, but I've seen him acoustic three times already so I guess I'm balking at the bigger prices. And I'm reluctant to buy tickets so far ahead, been burned on cancellations and rescheduling sometimes, and sometimes my work schedule incudes evenings or weekends.anguyen92 wrote:agny wrote:Tickets are on sale for Chris' acoustic tour. Not cheap and most gone by the tiime I had a chance to get online
I thought about going to the one in LA and then I saw the price being around $55-$70. I thought it would be the price to see Soundgarden, but I would think acoustic solo shows would be cheaper like say $25-30.
Obviously Chris can command the bigger prices anyway. Frustrating to see things on StubHub right away. There are simple online polling services that generate unique invitation codes, and if music management cared about selling direct to fans they could do something similar.