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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    I have tickets for two postponed gigs this fall that hopefully will happen along with a few new ones:

    April 22: Robin Trower
    Oct 29: REO Speedwagon
    November 21: Discipline
    November 29: Genesis
    May 2022: Cruise To The Edge
    Most likely going to add:

    Lindsey Buckingham - September
    Judas Priest / Sabbaton - September

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    Rescheduled & New USA shows - April 2022

    We are very pleased to announce that all the USA dates hit by the Covid-19 pandemic have now been rescheduled for 2022.
    06 April, 2022 - Whitaker Centre, Harrisburg, PA, US - TICKETS (Existing tickets valid)
    * 07 April, 2022 - Scottish Rite, Collingswood, NJ, US - TICKETS * NEW! Seconds out + More! show
    08 April, 2022 - Scottish Rite, Collingswood, NJ, US - TICKETS (Existing tickets valid)
    09 April, 2022 - Scottish Rite, Collingswood, NJ, US - TICKETS (Existing tickets valid)
    14 April, 2022 - Carolina Theatre, Durham, NC, US - TICKETS (Existing tickets valid)
    16 April, 2022 - The Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA, US - TICKETS (Existing tickets valid)
    19 April, 2022 - Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, Ponte Vedra, FL, US - TICKETS (Existing tickets valid)
    20 April, 2022 - Plaza Live, Orlando, FL, US - TICKETS (Existing tickets valid)
    22 April, 2022 - Bilheimer Capitol Theatre, Clearwater, FL, US - TICKETS (Existing tickets valid)
    23 April, 2022 - Parker Playhouse, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, US - TICKETS (Existing tickets valid)
    All existing tickets will be valid for the rescheduled shows.
    So that fans who were due to attend the 2020/21 shows are not disappointed, those rescheduled dates will feature a special setlist including both Selling England By The Pound AND Seconds Out.

    15 - 17 April 2022 Rosfest Sarasota FL (Close to those dates for SH)
    On the verge of indecision
    I'll always take the roundabout way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firth View Post
    07 April, 2022 - Scottish Rite, Collingswood, NJ, US - TICKETS * NEW! Seconds out + More! show
    08 April, 2022 - Scottish Rite, Collingswood, NJ, US - TICKETS (Existing tickets valid)
    Pound AND Seconds Out.
    I'm going to both of those. Also King Crimson with The Zappa Band in September, and The Musical Box in November.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartellb View Post
    I'm going to both of those. Also King Crimson with The Zappa Band in September, and The Musical Box in November.
    Those choices sound great for me. However, should I hold out, if going to ROSfest, for another Hackett show there?
    On the verge of indecision
    I'll always take the roundabout way

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    King Crimson 8/5 plus playing outdoor gigs. Played Thursday. Gigs 7/8; 8/8; 9/9.


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    King Crimson - Boston 9/10
    Dead Can Dance - Boston 10/15
    Black Midi - Cambridge 10/18
    Black Country New Road - Cambridge 2/19
    Igorrr - Boston 3/3
    Sons Of Kemet - Cambridge 3/31
    Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Boston 4/19
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    King Crimson - Boston 9/10
    Dead Can Dance - Boston 10/15
    Black Midi - Cambridge 10/18
    Black Country New Road - Cambridge 2/19
    Igorrr - Boston 3/3
    Sons Of Kemet - Cambridge 3/31
    Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Boston 4/19
    I've added both the Igorr and GY!BE. It's so exciting that so many tours are getting booked and so many local shows are sprouting up. I'm giddy with live music excitement.
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    More added for me:

    Sept 16: Judas Priest / Sabbaton
    Oct 17: The Struts
    Oct 29: REO Speedwagon
    Nov 6: Todd Snider
    November 21: Discipline
    November 29: Genesis
    April 22: Robin Trower
    May 2022: Cruise To The Edge
    Last edited by SteveSly; 4 Weeks Ago at 09:17 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    More added for me:

    Sept 16: Judas Priest / Sabbaton
    Oct 17: The Struts
    Oct 29: REO Speedwagon
    Nov 6: Todd Snider
    November 21: Discipline
    November 29: Genesis
    April 22: Robin Trower
    May 2022: Cruise To The Edge
    I'd love to see Discipline!
    Duncan's going to make a Horns Emoticon!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Eric View Post
    I'd love to see Discipline!
    They are doing a show in Detroit and Chicago area in November. Not aware of anything additional though.

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    More shows added:

    Sept 15: Joanne Shaw Taylor
    Sept 16: Judas Priest / Sabbaton
    Oct 17: The Struts
    Oct 29: REO Speedwagon
    Nov 4: Rick Wakeman
    Nov 6: Todd Snider
    November 21: Discipline
    November 29: Genesis
    April 22: Robin Trower
    May 2022: Cruise To The Edge

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    Meshuggah, Converge and Torche North America tour

    https://www.meshuggah.net/ Finger hovering over speed dial for this one.

    Tickets in hand for Fri. Spet. 10 - Dance Gavin Dance, Veil of Maya, Animals as Leaders and Wolf & Bear
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Roger Water's in the nosebleeds of a huge arena with overpriced tickets hold very little appeal these days, I saw his last tour and it was one of the least enjoyable gigs of the year for me.
    Quote Originally Posted by Just Eric View Post
    I have yet to pay more than $100 a ticket for anything that doesn't include multiple days and bands. I just can't stomach it no matter who the artist and they are endless shows, at least in my area, that are affordable and more enjoyable.
    Rewinding a bit but yes, actually...I agree. This RW ticket is a carryover from pre-pandemic and I was fairly torn even then. This is likely the last I'll spend for a big stupid arena show; I consistently have a better experience seeing ( 1 ) bands in closer settings and ( 2 ) bands who are still worth a damn seeing up close, playing with fire or passion and not just being competent (yes I'm looking directly at you, Banks/Collins/Rutherford).

    Added Mogwai to the list yesterday.

    Going to King Crimson, but honestly going mostly because it's a chance to see my concert buddy; they don't do much for me these days compared to the prior Fripp/Belew/Gunn/Mastellotto lineup (personal preference, nothing more).

    Eagerly, EAGERLY awaiting word on Carpenter Brut's 2022 tour plans.
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    King’s X announced as headliner for ROSFest 4/17/2022.

    https://fb.watch/6twd9LE4SX/



    Not my cup of tea, to each their own. I haven’t missed a ROSFest in awhile and hope the list is closer to one like was canceled in 2020.
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    Just bought my first concert ticket since COVID-19 arrived: Unleash the Archers! In NYC Sept 8th. This calls for something triumphant (I hope)!
    "Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart...not smart, but genius....and a very stable genius at that!"

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    September: Tame Impala
    October: Todd Rundgren
    November: Genesis


    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    bands who are still worth a damn seeing up close, playing with fire or passion and not just being competent (yes I'm looking directly at you, Banks/Collins/Rutherford).
    Ouch... That's harsh, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Just bought my first concert ticket since COVID-19 arrived: Unleash the Archers! In NYC Sept 8th. This calls for something triumphant (I hope)!
    Queue up a fanfare!
    Duncan's going to make a Horns Emoticon!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Eric View Post
    Queue up a fanfare!


    I sort of had to choose between UtA and The Residents! But The Residents would just be too weird for the occasion. I saw them once in the 80s, probably enough.
    "Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart...not smart, but genius....and a very stable genius at that!"

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    My updated list:

    August 22: Squeeze
    September 4: Lindsey Buckingham
    Sept 15: Joanne Shaw Taylor
    Sept 16: Judas Priest / Sabaton
    September 20: Myles Kennedy / Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown
    October 10: Southern Culture On The Skids
    Oct 17: The Struts
    Oct 29: REO Speedwagon
    Nov 4: Rick Wakeman
    Nov 6: Todd Snider
    November 21: Discipline
    November 29: Genesis
    December 7: Trailer Park Boys
    April 10: Robin Trower
    April 16: Rosfest?
    May 2022: Cruise To The Edge

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