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Old 06-18-2013, 04:38 PM
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Old 06-24-2013, 10:50 AM
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So, does anyone know what they're going to play or not??
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Old 06-24-2013, 11:32 AM
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Rosemont IL show is selling like shit.
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Old 06-24-2013, 11:53 AM
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Rosemont IL show is selling like shit.
Not surprising. Megadeth just tours too damn much now for them to sell strong in bigger venues. There's no reason to go out of your way to see them. They tour so much that if people miss the show it's not a big deal because you know there's a pretty good chance you can catch them next time they come around. Releasing a shitty new album and having 90 percent of your set the same all the time certainly doesn't boost a lot of fans interest in going either.
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Old 06-24-2013, 12:02 PM
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So, does anyone know what they're going to play or not??
Well.....look back at sets they have played in the last 3-4 years, add 2-3 new songs and BAM that is what they will do
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Not surprising. Megadeth just tours too damn much now for them to sell strong in bigger venues. There's no reason to go out of your way to see them. They tour so much that if people miss the show it's not a big deal because you know there's a pretty good chance you can catch them next time they come around. Releasing a shitty new album and having 90 percent of your set the same all the time certainly doesn't boost a lot of fans interest in going either.
Pretty much what I was thinking plus the lineup sucks.
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Old 06-24-2013, 12:39 PM
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They do tour alot more now, I've seen them like 6 times in 3 years
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Not surprising. Megadeth just tours too damn much now for them to sell strong in bigger venues. There's no reason to go out of your way to see them. They tour so much that if people miss the show it's not a big deal because you know there's a pretty good chance you can catch them next time they come around. Releasing a shitty new album and having 90 percent of your set the same all the time certainly doesn't boost a lot of fans interest in going either.
Not only that but in Chicago Megadeth usually plays like a 4,500 person venue or so. BLS usually plays a 1,000 person venue or so. Hellyeah plays like a 400. Device hasn't even done a full tour yet.

So what do they do? They stick it inside a arena on a wed. afternoon. Even cut off like it will be in the arena that's still like 10,000 capacity for them to fill. Before they starting cutting the group deals they are now as well the chepest tickets here were nosebleeds for like $59 after taxes.
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Old 06-24-2013, 02:14 PM
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Not only that but in Chicago Megadeth usually plays like a 4,500 person venue or so. BLS usually plays a 1,000 person venue or so. Hellyeah plays like a 400. Device hasn't even done a full tour yet.

So what do they do? They stick it inside a arena on a wed. afternoon. Even cut off like it will be in the arena that's still like 10,000 capacity for them to fill. Before they starting cutting the group deals they are now as well the chepest tickets here were nosebleeds for like $59 after taxes.
Same thing is happening here in Denver; The tour stops at an arena very similar in size to your Allstate arena (I assume that is what you are talking about, I was there for SOAD last year). From what I can tell tickets are not moving at all, it doesn't help that 1st Bank Center is 25 miles north of Denver so it isn't well located. I'd love to meet the people who put this together and see how they are able to get oxygen to their brains, cause it doesn't seem like much...
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The first show of the tour is in Gilford, New Hampshire. Place holds 8,000 people. Just checked on sales. 2,000 tickets have been sold. Sad. If anything, this should've been a House of Blues sized tour with sellouts everywhere.
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