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    ProgStock Presents Virtual Series

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    Tickets and schedule

    The first night, on August 1, starts with Peter Jones of Tiger Moth Tales, Julie Slick, and Rachel Flowers.

    ProgStock Festival, the American Northeast’s Only International Progressive Rock Festival, is proud to bring you the ProgStock Presents Virtual Series.

    The pandemic has closed music venues and brought in-person live music performances to a screeching halt. We don’t know how long we will have to wait before it will be truly safe to stage a festival, but we will be back! Meanwhile, we will be bringing music right to you with some great shows from artists performing live in their homes or home studios. The series will be presented every Saturday night, 5PM – 10PM US Eastern, starting on August 1, 2020, followed by Gagliarchives Radio Philadelphia on the HOUSE of PROG – Music Page.

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    https://StageIt.com/ProgStock

    The individual performances on StageIt are separate shows. Audience members will purchase a ticket to each performance individually, not the whole night as a block. Some shows will be 45 minutes and others will be 90, so they may have as few as 3 shows or as many as 6 on each Saturday night.

    Current Confirmed Shows with more TBA.

    All times are in US Eastern.

    Saturday, August 1:
    • 5PM: Peter Jones of Tiger Moth Tales (45 minutes)
    • 6PM: Julie Slick – Bassfest (90 minutes)
    • 8PM: Rachel Flowers (90 minutes)

    Saturday, August 8:
    • 4PM: Markus Reuter of Stick Men (45 minutes)
    • 5PM: Jean Pageau of Mystery (45 minutes)
    • 6PM: Jimmy Keegan of Pattern-Seeking Animals (45 minutes)
    • 7PM: Paul Bielatowicz of Carl Palmer Band (45 minutes)
    • 8PM: Dennis Atlas of Initiator and Arch Allies (90 minutes)

    Saturday, August 15:
    • 5PM: Frogbelly and Symphony (45 minutes)
    • 6PM: Gabriel Agudo (45 minutes)
    • 7PM: André Cholmondeley of Project/Object (45 minutes)
    • 8PM: Bob Richardson of Cell15 (90 minutes)

    Saturday, August 22:
    • 4PM: IO Earth Acoustic (30 minutes)
    • 5PM: The Holzman/Getter Collective (45 minutes)
    • 6PM: Beledo (45 minutes)
    • 7PM: Mile Marker Zero (45 minutes)
    • 8PM: McNally Waters (90 minutes)

    Saturday, August 29:
    • 5PM: Melanie Mau and Martin Schnella (90 minutes)
    • 7PM: Potter’s Daughter (45 minutes)
    • 8PM: To Be Announced…

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    I'm here for the moosic NogbadTheBad's Avatar
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    What does this pricing mean? 25 notes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    What does this pricing mean? 25 notes?
    I am not clear why a website would need to invent its own currency for this. From what they explain, the main reason for this is so that people can "make tips as low as 10¢".

    According to that website's FAQ:

    What are "Notes" and how much do they cost?
    Notes are Stageit's currency. 1 Note = 10¢. Therefore 10 Notes = $1. However, you can only purchase a minimum of 50 notes at ($5) at a time.

    Why can't I buy less than 50 Notes ($5) at a time?
    We’re building a world that lets people purchase tickets and make tips as low as 10¢. Credit Card companies won’t let us do that because the transaction is too small for them. Therefore, by asking you to pay $5 at a time we reduce the amount the transaction costs significantly thereby allowing us to pass those savings directly to the Performers and fans.

    Can I purchase additional Notes during a show?
    Yes, you can definitely purchase additional notes during a show. To purchase additional notes click on the ## Notes(the amount of Notes in your Stageit account) link in the upper right hand corner of the page. Then, enter your payment info and click Purchase. Voila! you have purchased more notes!

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    Stupid.
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    Insulting would be the polite version of my answer. Both as a customer and a performer.

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    Jimmy Keegan was excellent.

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    I saw a Facebook post from Matthew Parmenter regarding Discipline's performance at the virtual ProgStock on September 19.

    http://www.strungoutrecords.com/even...nd-tour-dates/

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    Pinnacle playing on October 3....

    Guess what... You can hear us IN CONCERT! Yes, indeedy. It'll be on-line but we'll be playing in real time as part of the ProgStock Presents Virtual Series - October Shows.
    https://www.stageit.com/progstock_pr...pinnacle/88242

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