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On Some Other Tour / Re: Rolling Stones 'No Filter' Tour
« Last post by antelope19 on Yesterday at 10:45:25 PM »
Would love to hit up the Denver show, depending on ticket price. Never seen the Stones.

I'm in the same boat. I hope I'll be around then!

yeah, if i can get nosebleeds for under $100, i may do it.  but i doubt anything will be that cheap.  we'll see.

This. If I can find something reasonable, I may venture up to Jacksonville.
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On Some Other Tour / Re: Jazzfest 2019, or the all things NOLA thread
« Last post by PIE-GUY on Yesterday at 09:33:24 PM »
Also, though it is far from a sure thing, my friend who works there says Trey currently has a 3 night hold at the Civic again.
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Entertainment / Re: All Things ViDEO GAMES
« Last post by gainesvillegreen on Yesterday at 09:20:10 PM »
I'm glad you are enjoying Fallout 76. I am trying to figure out, to buy for a friend as FPShooters are not my thing, which to get for him: Fallout 76, Battlefield 5, or CoD BOIV. He just got a One S and has no (recent) history with any of these franchises.

Pretty much all the websites I follow for games are pooing on Fallout '76, however, they all are thinking about previous Fallout games and thus have a bunch of baggage this player will not. CoD seems like the safe bet, he does play online multiplayer, Fortnite, and the like.

I know the online multiplayer for Battlefield 5 won't be out until March...is there enough to do in this game until then? Seems like of the three, graphically speaking it is the best.

Perhaps a better way of asking this is: of the 3, which will people most likely be playing in a years time? Yes, RDR2, I know  :wtu:
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On Some Other Tour / Re: Mike Gordon March 2019 Tour
« Last post by mistercharlie on Yesterday at 08:35:50 PM »
The Sinclair is probably the smallest room you could ever see Mike in, as well as the best room Iíve personally ever played in the Boston area.... so, if you were to see 4 Mike shows in a row, thatíd be the place to do it.

The Sinclair holds 525 people. Keller and I saw him play at The Bluebird in Bloomington and that place only holds 288 people. I think that's the smallest place Mike has played since the Burlington days.

Damn, that's tiny.  Was it packed?  I saw him at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland like 10 years ago, which is 500 cap, and I was kinda blown away because there was still plenty of room.  If I had to guess, I'd say there was only 300+ in attendance.

Pretty packed, but we had space to groove.
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On Some Other Tour / Re: Rolling Stones 'No Filter' Tour
« Last post by PIE-GUY on Yesterday at 08:17:39 PM »
The last time I saw them was at Jerry Jones World in Dallas. They offered $50 fan tickets that were basically blind seats. You had to buy a pair. If you ordered these fan tickets you had to go to a specific entrance for your willcall. Once there they had you grab an envelope with two tickets in it. Until you opened that envelope you had no idea where youíd be. They said there were everything from front row to nosebleeds in there. We ended up with really good side stage seats.

If they do that again itís totally worth it.
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On Some Other Tour / Re: Rolling Stones 'No Filter' Tour
« Last post by anthrax on Yesterday at 07:40:13 PM »
Would love to hit up the Denver show, depending on ticket price. Never seen the Stones.

I'm in the same boat. I hope I'll be around then!

yeah, if i can get nosebleeds for under $100, i may do it.  but i doubt anything will be that cheap.  we'll see.
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On Some Other Tour / Re: Rolling Stones 'No Filter' Tour
« Last post by WhatstheUse? on Yesterday at 07:32:27 PM »
Would love to hit up the Denver show, depending on ticket price. Never seen the Stones.

I'm in the same boat. I hope I'll be around then!
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On Some Other Tour / Re: Mike Gordon March 2019 Tour
« Last post by ytowndan on Yesterday at 06:29:01 PM »
The Sinclair is probably the smallest room you could ever see Mike in, as well as the best room Iíve personally ever played in the Boston area.... so, if you were to see 4 Mike shows in a row, thatíd be the place to do it.

The Sinclair holds 525 people. Keller and I saw him play at The Bluebird in Bloomington and that place only holds 288 people. I think that's the smallest place Mike has played since the Burlington days.

Damn, that's tiny.  Was it packed?  I saw him at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland like 10 years ago, which is 500 cap, and I was kinda blown away because there was still plenty of room.  If I had to guess, I'd say there was only 300+ in attendance. 
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