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Old 10-25-2012, 08:50 AM
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If this does happen, hopefully there's no opener and both bands are able to do full headlining sets.
I think each band would play about 12 songs with or without an opening act.
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Old 10-25-2012, 09:03 AM
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I think each band would play about 12 songs with or without an opening act.
I think it'd be higher than that. On BlackDiamondSkye AIC got 16 in KC and got around that same number all tour. Soundgarden was pulling out 18-22 on their NA tour earlier this year. 12 seems like it would be a little low for both.
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Obviously if it's 1992 I know the answer to this...But in 2012 I wonder if Soundgarden & AIC could pull off doing actual arenas? Or if it would be a large theater tour?
In major markets, definitely.

The BlackDiamondSkye tour in 2009 played at Madison Square Garden and Soundgarden played to over 14,000 people this summer in Mansfield, MA.
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Old 10-25-2012, 09:57 AM
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niFor sure it would be an arena tour, as Soundgarden can headline arenas here without AIC.

I would go to this, but anything that takes away time from Soungarden isn't good. I am not a big fan of co-headlining tours.

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Old 10-25-2012, 10:11 AM
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I would go to this, but anything that takes away time from Alice in Chains isn't good. I am not a big fan of co-headling tours.
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Old 10-25-2012, 10:42 AM
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I agree.

I bet that Soundgarden would close out each show. They were a bit more popular than AiC back in the day and with this being their first reunion tour with a new album they would likely play last. I hate to say that cause AiC is one of my absolute favorite bands.

I can't see either band playing more than 15 songs tops. It isn't like the BDS tour. AiC and Soundgarden are both relatively close in terms of popularity and headliner status. I bet their set length will be identical. I also think they will have an opening act who will play for about 30 to 45 minutes. A lot of bands would be willing to pay to play in the opening slot for both of those bands.
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I agree.

I bet that Soundgarden would close out each show. They were a bit more popular than AiC back in the day and with this being their first reunion tour with a new album they would likely play last. I hate to say that cause AiC is one of my absolute favorite bands.

I can't see either band playing more than 15 songs tops. It isn't like the BDS tour. AiC and Soundgarden are both relatively close in terms of popularity and headliner status. I bet their set length will be identical. I also think they will have an opening act who will play for about 30 to 45 minutes. A lot of bands would be willing to pay to play in the opening slot for both of those bands.
Of course Soundgarden would close each show without question.
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Hoping this tour is true.

Mark Lanegan Band would be the perfect opener for this.
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I think The Melvins would be the perfect opening band. Keeping it all Seattle based. Down would be another good choice as well.
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