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    The Watt Hotel isn't taking reservations directly for Progstock. You have to call Hilton Reservations at 877-214-6722.
    Got our reservations today.
    JG

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    Jimmy...please read our instructions on our web page. There is a local number to call that will give you the ProgStock rate if they have any rooms left.

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    I may be confused...but isn't this year the second year?

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    PROGSTOCK 2019 Rahway, NJ's Union County PAC October 11-13 2019

    Nope. 2017 was year one. 2018 year two. Time flies!


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    When can we expect to see the full schedule?

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    Very soon .....from what I am hearing.

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    I hope some of this info helps even though it's not "full":

    Thursday, October 10, 2019
    TBA Event at The Waiting Room Rahway (great bar nearby)

    Friday, October 11, 2019
    Headliner: 3.2 featuring Robert Berry
    Late Night event: Progressive Coffeehouse at The Waiting Room with Melanie Mau & Martin Schnella

    Saturday, October 12, 2019
    Headliner: Brand X
    After hours in main theater with no come and go access: Randy McStine and then Last Call Live (attendees play prog covers)

    Sunday, October 13, 2019
    Headliners: Nektar & SAGA
    Late night Event: Kinetic Element at The Waiting Room

    Other bands playing at TBA times:

    Rocket Scientists
    Phideaux
    Jane Getter Premonition
    Salem Hill
    IO Earth
    Discipline
    The Cyberiam
    Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius
    Rachel Flowers
    Last edited by 3RDegree_Robert; 3 Weeks Ago at 12:02 AM.

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    Some really good 3-day tickets available right now here.

    Anyone plan on going but just haven't gotten their tickets yet? Just want to see if y'all out there!

    Anyone doing single day tickets only?

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    Planning on it. Just haven't got tickets yet. Would love to see the lineups by night. Coming soon, I presume.

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    PROGSTOCK 2019 Rahway, NJ's Union County PAC October 11-13 2019

    Schedule by Day and Single-Day Passes!

    The moment many of you have been waiting for...
    Here is our schedule by day for ProgStock 2019!

    Friday, October 11:
    3.2 featuring Robert Berry
    Salem Hill
    Phideaux
    Special set by Rachel Flowers and Chris Clark of Brand X
    Late-night: Progressive Coffeehouse at The Waiting Room Restaurant featuring Melanie Mau and Martin Schnella

    Saturday, October 12:
    Brand X
    IO Earth
    Discipline
    Rocket Scientists
    Jane Getter Premonition
    Special set by Rachel Flowers and Robert Berry
    Late-night: Randy McStine and Last Call Live on the Mainstage at UCPAC

    Sunday, October 13:
    SAGA
    Nektar
    Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius
    The Cyberiam
    Special set by Rachel Flowers and Michael Sadler of SAGA
    Late-Night: Kinetic Element at The Waiting Room Restaurant

    Single day tickets are available at ProgStock Box Office here:
    https://progstock.simpletix.com/ on Tuesday, July 2 at 12:00pm (noon) Eastern Time!

    Due to popular demand, we are making single-day passes available two full months earlier than we planned!

    On Tuesday, July 2, selected seats in the UCPAC theater will become available for single-day pass purchases. The remaining seats will still be available for purchase as 3-day passes.
    The price of a ProgStock 2019 Regular 3-Day Pass is $195 USD.

    Pricing for Single-Day Passes:
    Friday: $75 USD
    Saturday: $105 USD
    Sunday: $115 USD


    ProgStock 5-Year Patron Passes are still available! You can purchase a 5-Year Patron Pass (or convert any 3-day pass to 5-Year Patron) by contacting us here.

    http://www.progstock.com/2019/contact/5-year-patrons/


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    Quote Originally Posted by 3RDegree_Robert View Post
    ProgStock 5-Year Patron Passes are still available! You can purchase a 5-Year Patron Pass (or convert any 3-day pass to 5-Year Patron) by contacting us here.

    http://www.progstock.com/2019/contact/5-year-patrons/
    Has there been any takers on this for $2500?

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    I believe thereís been some. Itís obviously meant for someone to take a bigger role in pulling this off but there are some in a position to do that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 3RDegree_Robert View Post
    I believe there’s been some. It’s obviously meant for someone to take a bigger role in pulling this off but there are some in a position to do that.
    Yeah, I suppose they would have to be really into it considering the no refund policy. Good for them, if the fest survives.

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    Wouldnít it be great to see IQ at progstock this year....especially with new material.🤘🏻

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    I’m having a hard time with this one. I try to “walk the walk” with Prog by supporting the scene but my participation involves a 6,000 mile round trip to attend. Last year, it seemed like a bargain to see IQ since they met me 1/2 way....but this year.... I already made the 6k trip to see Strawbs in April so it is hard to do it again in October. I’m still burning Frequent Flyer Miles from when I was still working so the Flight isn’t an issue....just the other expenses. Yes. I did the math to see the Double Bill Strawbs / Steeleye Span 50th Anniversary Concert in December in London with a side trip to Holland to catch IQ. ....:What an experience That would be!
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    Are they looking for little - one off proggish artists to play any of the surrounding bars on the off hours? I'd love to take my show on the road and I have family nearby to stay with. I'd do it for free, but you know, you get what you pay for...
    I got nothin'

    ...avoiding any implication that I have ever entertained a cognizant thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yodelgoat View Post
    Are they looking for little - one off proggish artists to play any of the surrounding bars on the off hours? I'd love to take my show on the road and I have family nearby to stay with. I'd do it for free, but you know, you get what you pay for...
    As it stands now the "nearby bar" is The Waiting Room and for Thursday night the pre-show is Total Mass Retain-the Yes tribute from the NYC area. Friday night is "the progressive coffeehouse" again at The Waiting Room but with Melanie Mau and Martin Schnella from Germany. Saturday night's late night will be at the main theater with the Last Call Live participants (festival goers) who bought 3-day tickets and signed up to play prog covers for a few hours together. Sunday night's "wrap party" is back at The Waiting Room with Kinetic Element. Most of these decisions are made 10 months out so assuming ProgStock survives I'd send them something in November.

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    Sounds like you have solid bookings there. I was thinking perhaps there might be a less formal setting. If you have a good place for people to imbibe and relax off hours, that's all good. I'll trade in my bus ticket....

    By November I may be all booked up...
    I got nothin'

    ...avoiding any implication that I have ever entertained a cognizant thought.

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