Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by TMS2787, Mar 23, 2019.
Their set is surprising and so worth it.
Set times are all on the official website.
A report about this tour: COI013: I can't be honest with even myself
“It’s the worst tour I’ve ever done in my life,” remarks a tour manager for one of the Disrupt bands who asked to remain anonymous. “ I literally am counting down the days to this being done so my guys can just go home.”
That is a bummer some bands took pay cuts. I loved my date even though it looked empty because it was an amphitheater, the amount of people there were still a good size for any one of those bands honestly. I can only talk about from MMF and onward, but every band seemed to be into their sets and not phoning it in which I loved, no lack of professionalism.
Yeah that was a sad read. Also, the article seemed to imply that Sad Summer has been more successful. I wish we could get a touring festival with venue sizes like Sad Summer, but a lineup like Disrupt.
Thrice definitely felt phoned in at the Michigan show.
The dudes in Thrice did look miserable. I don’t blame them, on top of the low attendance this wasn’t really their scene.
Really? They didn't talk too much to the crowd but even on their own headlining they don't really anyway. For St Louis they played last to the least amount of people (a lot left after the Used) but they still had a lot of energy.
I guess miserable is harsh, but I felt bad for them that’s probably why. The Used should’ve played last every show.
Just so bad... I feel for these bands and everyone else involved. Hopefully it's a (hard) lesson learned going forward.
Sheesh. I wouldn’t be surprised if the rest of the tour is canned. I mean I’m sure Boise and Albuquerque aren’t selling too well, and I doubt a lot of people in Phoenix are willing to stand outside in that weather for a show with low attendance/energy. That just leaves Chula Vista, Auburn and Irvine, which aren’t even back to back either. Part of me is excited because I wanna see Sum 41 again and I’m excited to see the Used and MMF, but part of me wants it to be cancelled so I can just get my refund, I would rather have the money than the concert at this point in my life and I blew a lot on it getting pit tickets too no less, when I thought it would sell better
Wow that article was a bummer. People keep name dropping Boise as a show that might get canceled so I won’t be surprised even if it’s less than a week out. I really want to see Thrice and Circa but at the same time I feel pretty bad that everyone is having a bad time and think maybe it’s best if they just go be with their families
Yeah whoever decided to book Boise on a Wednesday needs to not be planning tours. They'd probably draw like 500 people lol
That's such a bummer. I really did want to attend, but Auburn is just too far from Portland, and now I'm without a car so it's completely out of the question.
Anyone know how long tickets for the Irvine show are still on sale for? Might be getting the night off unexpectedly so I might hit it up
I mean, you can buy tickets literally minutes before on stubhub and such sites.
Can I still get tickets after the show starts or nah?
OH OK GREAT. I was worried
Just got to the venue. Only $30 for a ticket total. Not bad! Should be a great day!
Alright, so I think Irvine might be the outlier of this tour. It’s actually decently packed today. Pit was full for Atreyu and a lot of seats are filled
It’s a week later and I’m still bummed I didn’t get to see Thrice and even though I haven’t listened to them for about 12 years I’m bummed I didn’t get to see Atreyu for the first time.
I keep coming into this thread and I’m unsure why, lll.
Hope Irvine was cool. About to watch Appleseed Cast instead