Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by brandon, Jun 16, 2019.
I think the fillmore is 2500 cap venue, I imagine it will sell out relatively quickly.
Went ahead and got my ticket for Orlando. I missed their farewell tour so I just don’t want any chance missing this tour.
LA and Berkeley secured. Gonna grab tickets for Chicago on Friday. Let’s goooooooo.
Okay I'll be the first one to ask. How likely is it they play IATM in full?
Not likely at all
Hope they don’t, unless the set is 30 songs plus like the last show. Which it won’t be. I want a good mix of everything.
I figured I would be in the minority asking, but I think that album means more to me than CTTM and has so many deep cuts I would love to hear live.
Truthfully, I'm hoping for a solid 25-28 song set with nearly a 2 hour running time. I think with a tour like this, they know the fanbase wants more than just the hits and wants a memorable night.
Long Island tickets acquireddd
Im hoping for My Dinosaur Life in full. It’s my favorite album by them. If not in full at least a lot of it.
Motion City Soundtrack singer Justin Pierre likes the word “experiment”
VIP upgrades available, with some pretty nice perks. The soundcheck and Q&A on the last tour was my favorite ever. I cried so hard.
Got VIP was a bit pricey but was too good to pass up
Who do we think the support will be?
I would legit DIE.
They definitely have new music coming out tomorrow, though.
A lot of people have been asking for Limbeck to play Chicago.
Having local acts open would be great. Philly could have starting line or early november
Chicago sold out immediately and I was in the Ticketmaster app waiting right at 10am. Fuck. I signed up for their mailing list and never got a presale code. I’m so mad.
My mailing list email went to spam
That’s a huge bummer, we definitely posted the code a couple times!
Yeah the page went live at 10:01 and was already sold out.
Tickets are already on Stubhub for $100+ a piece, so that's fun.
Got tickets for Chicago, Cleveland, and Detroit!
I refreshed maybe 15 seconds before the Chicago onsale and lucked out hard.
for those unable to secure tickets this time around
I think the presales must not have had caps on them because they posted yesterday about Chicago being almost sold out then. It’s a shame people missed them because I saw a ton of different codes being posted by venues in addition to the mailing list one.
I think I wrongly assumed their *was* a cap on presale tickets and that I could then manage to get one when general sale came.
They should have booked the Riv or Concord, I’m sure either of those would have sold out with a higher capacity.