Morrissey NY pre-sale sold out; travel packages available - @officialMoz / Twitter

Discussion in 'Tour' started by Famous when dead, Mar 6, 2019.

By Famous when dead on Mar 6, 2019 at 7:27 PM
  1. Famous when dead

    Famous when dead Vulgarian Moderator

    Dec 7, 2000
    Birmingham, U.K.
    Links to:

    • One (1) night stay at the New York Marriott Marquis
    • Select 1 King Bed or 2 Double Beds below
    • Two (2) tickets in the first ten rows to see Morrissey on Broadway at Lunt-Fontanne Theater in New York, NY
    • Select your show date below on May 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 10 or 11, 2019
    • Two (2) exclusive Morrissey on Broadway merchandise items
    • Two (2) event lithographs
    • Opportunity to take a photo in front of the stage at Lunt-Fontanne Theater prior to show
    • On-site event host
    • Must be 21+ to purchase this package and check in to the hotel
    All for $1600.
    Always good to offer extra things after people have already spent...

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Discussion in 'Tour' started by Famous when dead, Mar 6, 2019.

    1. vegan cro spirit 333
      vegan cro spirit 333

      He probably used the pen you rub on the bill to make sure its legit. Cheaper.:lbf:
      what a disaster this Mr Cometry tour is turning out to be.doh:
      No travel packages no prestigious venues, and banned on Broadway:banned:
    2. Tobia
      this is really very very expensive, I didn’t immagine those prices don’t know what to think. It’s the venue? Or because capacity? . Howver it’s not that he never tours, so I guess that if you don’t want to go you don’t and wait for him to come back with a concert. I have mixed feelings about this, but I don’t live in NY so don’t need to find myself in the dilemma to go or no to go ( even if I think I would give it a go).
    3. TonyMaroneythePony
      It's a first-time, rare, short-term residency on Broadway, prices are rightfully high and will be gladly paid for........even when scalped
    4. Anonymous
      Rightly high, are you serious? It's gonna be the same old gig but on Broadway, you got a be a idiot to pay these prices just cause it's Broadway
      Jesus the vevue size is hardly a selling point as he plays lots of venues that size anyway (when not in big cities)
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    5. Anonymous
      The prices aren’t the only things that are high around the Moorissey camp.

      I’m waiting for CSII with Pat Boone. Drops in November. 7 day residency at the Hooters Casino in Vegas planned for December. Top tier-packages are looking to be around $500 USD but they include the buffet, $50 slot credit and a half hour at the Shady Lady Ranch.

      I can hear those toe-clippers working over time at Vegan.Cro Incel 33’s place from all the way across the pond!
    6. Anonymous
      So true. The only way I'd pay that much is if a certain Mr. Marr showed up to play the entire set.
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    7. TonyMaroneythePony
      I seriously doubt it's going to be "the same old gig", not a fan of the band, but I am pretty sure Moz will whip-up a diverse set-list, as it is a "career spanning" show...if you can't afford to go, stay out of the high-rent district and wait for another show in your town....simple as that....
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    8. vegan cro spirit 222
      vegan cro spirit 222


      If there is another :handpointright::guardsman::handpointleft: tour, and that is a BIG IF, there will travel packages available.
      10 quid stay at downtown flophouse and bus ride to within one mile of the 'venue'.:lbf:
      meet and greet where the Dramatic one will offer sage like wig advice:lbf:

      Hooky and Mr Cometry must be going loco seeing the prestigious Moz gigs with the travel packages
      with luxurious accommodations.:thumbsup: Meanwhile 4 deadbeats in one flophouse room is the best they
      can do.:laughing:
    9. Anonymous
      Nobody around here is gonna lend you the 10 quid, clown-shoes. ...and your mom’s toenails aren’t gonna clip themselves.

      Back to work with you, son.
    10. Morrissey's left nut
      Morrissey's left nut
      FRAUD! But at least you get to take a photo in front of the empty stage before the show! :lbf::guitar::lbf: 2vf2a2.jpg
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    11. Shann H.
      Shann H.
      Can anyone tell me where 'Benny The Butcher' has been? I miss reading his threads. :paranoid:
    12. Anonymous
      Somebody dear to me is very ill at the minute, I'll do my best to post one later :thumb:

      Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:
    13. Halloway
      Well I think it's marvellous that in a few months, Morrissey will have a nice little nest egg so he can retire to his tax haven and spend his declining years gorging on chip butties and posting links to the latest StickyeggsnhamIQ66 Youtube videos.
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    14. Surface
      Hope all is ok Benny.
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    15. E Scott
      E Scott
      I'm assuming the package and price is for 2 so though its expensive it's the same as a treat spending a night in a 5 star London hotel including theatre tickets and fancy meal.
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    16. gordyboy9
      people have got money to burn these days,more than ever people are going to concerts.what gets me is how a comedian can fill 20000 seater venues,not for me.kevin bridges earned 8 million quid when he played 19 nights at the Glasgow hydro,crazy.
    17. Peppermint
      Sorry to hear that, Benny. Wishing your loved one wellness.
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    18. Anonymous
      He must need a new scraper for that terrible cancer.

      They don't come cheap you know.
    19. Anonymous
      When will they die?
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    20. Anonymous
      I'm glad it's pricey - it keeps all you working class scum out. Personally, I hope ticket prices continue to rise, until the entire audience is made up of trust-fund brats, bankers, and Russian oligarchs.
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