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There's a hot new tour starting soon for acoustic guitar enthusiasts: Citizen Cope, or DJ and producer Clarence Goodman, will be touring the country this fall on what he refers to on his official site as a collection of unique and intimate performances, including theater stops everywhere from the State Theater in Ithaca, NY, to the House of Blues in New Orleans, all the way down to the Hogg Memorial Auditorium on the University of TX campus in Austin, TX. His new album, Every Waking Moment, is available now, so take advantage of this opportunity and get your tickets early!
Labels: Spotlight on Concerts
According to this article, ticket sales on the the street in Minnesota haven't seemed to jump much despite now being legal. The article mentions that perhaps sales would be better if the teams were better, but also that the greatest competition is from online brokers. With guarantees like the one from Coast to Coast, that doesn't seem too much of a surprise! Why buy a Minnesota Twins ticket from someone on the street, knowing that you could get to the gate with a fraudulent ticket and turn around only to find them gone and with no recourse for getting your money back -- when you could order them online and have them in your hands in a day with overnight shipping, and know that the ticket will be good, or you'll get a full refund? Low sales on the streets don't seem like that much of a mystery after all!
Labels: Tickets in the News