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10/5 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre
10/7 Nashville Municipal Auditorium
10/8 Fayetteville Arkansas Music Pavilion
10/9 Tulsa Brady Theatre
savages opening these dates
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savages opening these dates
Would be amazing to see them. Sucks the dates close to me get stuck with a lame opener. Savages >>>>>>> Gogol Bordello
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Congrats to QOTSA #1 Album on Billboard

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE's new album, "...Like Clockwork", sold 91,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 1 on The Billboard 200 chart. Issued on June 4 via Matador Records, the disc follows up "Era Vulgaris", which opened with 52,000 units back in June 2007 to enter the chart at No. 14. The band's 2005 offering "Lullabies to Paralyze" registered a first-week tally of nearly 97,000 copies, to debut at No. 5.

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Saturday, Dec. 14th Barclays Center
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Brooklyn Masonic Temple to the Barclays Center....



I'm in.
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The Barclays? Really?

Are they seriously that popular or was this tour booked by the same idiots that booked the Sevenfold/Deftones/Ghost tour?
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I know their new album is doing really well in the States but didn't expect the Barclays. Terminal 5 size perhaps.
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The Barclays? Really?

Are they seriously that popular or was this tour booked by the same idiots that booked the Sevenfold/Deftones/Ghost tour?
barclays and toronto are the only large arenas on the tour.

much like most of the other bigger "indie" bands that have played there, it probably wont be full arena (cant remember who it was but i saw a picture of the upper balcony closed and covered with curtains), but i think they are big enough to draw a respectable number in only the biggest metro area in the country.
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barclays and toronto are the only large arenas on the tour.

much like most of the other bigger "indie" bands that have played there, it probably wont be full arena (cant remember who it was but i saw a picture of the upper balcony closed and covered with curtains), but i think they are big enough to draw a respectable number in only the biggest metro area in the country.
Seeing as it was in December, I figured it was the first announced date of another leg.

And that band was The Black Keys. I remember having the same thoughts when they played the Garden. They ended up getting just over 10K in attendance for their show here. Probably because it was the cheapest arena show in years (most expensive tickets were 50 after fees)
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it probably is another short leg, but regardless, i cannot imagine itll be full of that size of places, especially if its northeast focused as im assuming.

and the band i was thinking of was smashing pumpkins (for perspective, they sold 54,000 first week of their last album, and obviously havent been very relevant for a long long time. also they sold discounted tickets to this, under the guise of sandy relief)



and here is what the national (75,000 first week) can pull at barclays



QOTSA did 91,000 first week of their latest. by that vague logic you would think they could at least do what the national did.

also, a band like rush only was on selling 10,815 tickets total at barclays, so you can wipe that 18k number from your mind

also, mumford and sons and the postal service did 2 nights each there.
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