Lenishere wrote: anguyen92 wrote: austinjhnsn wrote:
Agreed Lenny, I need 3 but I didn't get to it in time
Just looked at the capacity of that show. Only 550 people. Two of those means 1,100 tickets available. I mean Tremonti can probably fill one show at the Machine Shop by themselves. You would think a Sevendust/Tremonti pairing would give them more credibility to play in a venue that can fill around 1,500 people.
Honestly I didn't think it would be an issue. Normally you hear about shows selling out much closer to the actual show, at least at this level. I've waited a month before previously for Alter Bridge and Tremonti and never had an issue until now. It suckssss.
I don't even know why anyone would wait until the month before to get a ticket. If someone was really committed to going to the show on this date, people should have gotten the ticket around the week the tickets go on sale. That's been the cases for me around the times I got tickets for Myles, Iron Maiden, Chris Cornell tribute show, and Switchfoot. The day tickets go on sale, mad dash my way to get a ticket. No mercy, etc.
Although, in one of the shows I'm going to, Nothing More, I bought the tickets probably around one month after it was on sale for $40.00 in December. Then, one month later, I found out that Ticketmaster had that show listed for their Holiday Hangover sale and got the refund for $40.00 for the ticket and then bought it again for $25.00.