Plymouth date added (Sep. 15, 2015) according to See Tickets

Discussion in 'Tour archive (read-only)' started by joe frady, Jul 24, 2015.

By joe frady on Jul 24, 2015 at 3:23 PM
  1. joe frady

    joe frady Vile Refusenik

    Apr 29, 2006
    not Edinburgh, sadly.
    Plymouth Pavilions added for September 15th. Tickets on sale next Tuesday the 28th at 9am

    UPDATE 9:30 AM PT:

    Morrissey returns to Plymouth Pavilions - The Cornishman


    Bryony Carter, marketing executive at the venue, said: "We're very excited to welcome Morrissey back to the venue, he is an incredible performer and fantastic showman with a legendary back catalogue. Tickets will be going like hot cakes on Tuesday morning, if you don't want to miss out, get in there and snap them up."

    UPDATE 11:00 PM PT:

    Link from Morran:

    Morrissey UK date -
    24 July 2015

    Morrissey will play Plymouth Pavilions (capacity 3,400) on 15 September. Tickets go on sale 28 July at 9 a.m.
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Discussion in 'Tour archive (read-only)' started by joe frady, Jul 24, 2015.

    1. Anonymous
      Bloody hell! Got tickets for Hull, went to Plymouth in 2011, was a top night, fair bit of travelling to go to both, bet theirs more UK dates to be announced.
    2. Anonymous
      I thought he would have banned the south because of the clotted cream industry !
      Watch this space Canada !

    3. Carly
      atleast we get more dates this time round. usually there are only a few he does in england a tour, so happy there are more chances to see him!!!
    4. AztecCamera
      Where is Plymouth? The only Plymouth I know is Plymouth Rock where all the Brit immigrants landed and then scattered through the South to become what they are known today as "Rednecks" "Hicks" or "Hillbillys". Anonymous-
    5. Eric Hartman
      Eric Hartman
      With the current setlist there will never be a sold out gig again.

    6. alex ander
      alex ander is shit.
    7. Anonymous
      yep, great night last time he played here few years back, good vibe and nice pub playing moz/smiths before and after the gig next to the venue...

      be good to see familiar west county moz/marr fans again, we're served pretty well down here over the years with moz and marr doing shows at plymouth, bath, bournemouth, salisbury etc
    8. Anonymous
      Greedily hoping there may be a Scottish date added.
    9. Anonymous
      Eat, Sleep, Diss the current setlist (or album), Repeat
    10. Anonymous
      No chance !
      The Mars bars you fancifully fry
      They're not succulent tasty or kind

    11. Anonymous
      Don't be silly Eric ! Kerrygold will be promoted on these dates. Derrrrrrrrrrrr !

    12. Anonymous
      I think the setlist looks fantastic, a perfect mix and right now I find Morrissey more interesting to watch than ever. I will be going and enjoying myself. Eric can sit at home and write about it online. I might have an extra beer for Eric. Poor sod.
    13. Bluebirds
      Was good gig in 2011 will go if it is under 50 quid. Anyone what ticket prices are yet?

      Can't believe they're charging 75 quid for London prices. The man whose head expanded indeed
    14. Anonymous
      TTY: Morrissey will play Plymouth Pavilions (capacity 3,400) on 15 September. Tickets go on sale 28 July at 9 a.m.
    15. Anonymous
      Including fees, Plymouth tickets are the same price as Hull - £52.25, for both standing and seats. So you ain't going, sorry. :(
    16. The Queen of Sheba
      The Queen of Sheba
      The tix are £52.25 including booking fee.
    17. Anonymous
      It's time the tale were told
      Of how you ranted on about Kerrygold
      And you made it old
    18. BrummieBoy
      Great news for the West Country Cult members!

      LOL at venue 'marketing executive ' hot cakes sales pitch. Cheesecake! Have London and Hull sold out yet?

      Yokels prollyfink Horrorsey is still hip whilst London ignores thetroll


      "The Lazy Sunbathers "
    19. Anonymous
      maybe with all these small venues in the uk not selling out, moz will finally shake up the set list.
      is it true that kerrygold will be a vinyl only release?

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