Low US ticket sales/ 'disaster' - Consequence of Sound / The Fader

Discussion in 'Tour' started by unloveable, Sep 5, 2019.

By unloveable on Sep 5, 2019 at 11:26 PM
  1. unloveable

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Discussion in 'Tour' started by unloveable, Sep 5, 2019.

    1. vegan cro spirit 555
      vegan cro spirit 555

      they are all the same Moz hating troll.:lbf:
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    2. Surface
      Yet another catastrophic mistake from the site retard.
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    3. Emotional Guide Dog
      Emotional Guide Dog
      Tickets for his last UK dates were also £75 and, for the second time today, in venues far too big for him.

    4. vegan cro spirit 555
      vegan cro spirit 555
      what was obvious to a few is now obvious to the many: all these trolls are a manifestation of the one Head Troll: Skinny.
    5. Anonymous
      His previous UK tour in Feb/Mar 18 did sell out. I was there.
      The proposed UK second leg a few months later didn't happen because it was too soon - let's be clear.
      As for Morrissey touring in far off places, he has done that consistently over the past number of tours.
      You are looking to make the facts fit your preferred outcome because you don't like him anymore.
      So what are you doing on a morrissey website?
      Another spurned ex who can't move on.
    6. Surface
      Oh no, yet another catastrophe from the site know nothing retard. You know, the one who also thinks Johnny Marr is not very well and 60, what a fucking troll idiot.
    7. vegan cro spirit 555
      vegan cro spirit 555

      WTF?? it was posted on the internet that :handpointright::guardsman::handpointleft: was very frail and exhausted at the last mini gig and that he had been
      jogging in the park at night:mask:

      since then no word from DramaJ HQ. nothing but deathly silence.:expressionless:
      no more jogging no fooling around.:frowning:

      instead of trolling Moz why dont you sock puppets go deliver some vitamins so Jr doesnt have
      to buy.:rage:
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    8. dallow_bg
      The Dallas show isn't looking to good. Prices have dropped twice now.
      Honestly hoping it's just cancelled so I can get a refund since I've overpaid by buying day 1.
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    9. jerrynyc
      maybe gigs are too expensive for folks who expect more than 90m of music.
    10. vegan cro spirit 555
      vegan cro spirit 555

      LOL but they all end up being full with huge crowds:lbf:
    11. terrancestamp
      Remember he is playing to the biggest crowds of his career since 91-92. These are not small theaters these are giant outdoor amphitheaters. To say he is underperforming ticket wise is shortsighted. He is playing to the biggest crowds of his career!
    12. MoneyChangesEverything
      No, he isn't. His career has fluctuated in size many times - from the 1991-92 arena shows, to the virtual disappearance in 1995 and the turgid handful of headline shows for Southpaw, to the back-on-the-grinder average of 2-4,000 sizes in 1997-2002.

      There's an overall issue here around ticket price>size of venue. Moz could sell maybe 4,000 tickets in many markets at £45, or 2,000 at £75, but not 4,000 at £75. He tours a lot, and often repeating venues or markets. And I know of at least two people who simply don't go to see him anymore - one who is at over 100 Moz shows - because of some of his comments and actions.

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