Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by Taco-King, Jul 25, 2017.
so balance and composure can play to 700 for a headlining spot ?
Since Light We Made dropped, I've seen B&C headline at a 1,000 cap (Royale Boston), 400 cap (The Met in Pawtucket, RI), and in January they're playing the Sinclair which I'm p sure is around 500 cap. With good supporting acts, a 700 is probably a safer bet for them but with where they are right now I feel like anything closer to a 1000 cap would be too big. I much prefer them in a more intimate setting anyways especially with the direction they've taken their sound.
at this point, i doubt it. in terms of popularity, they've peaked. they might reach some new creative highs though.
that's the third time this has happened this tour where they've moved a scheduled show to a smaller venue (phoenix, houston). interesting.
Last night of tour tomorrow in Maplewood minnesota, capacity around 3500. Stoked.
I've seen them twice in two years at a 200 cap here. Oddly enough the show with actual support (From Indian Lakes) sold worse than the show with Roger Harvey.
Today is a glorious day because today is Thrice day for me.
Excited to see The Window, Red Telephone, and, of course, the Alchemy suite.
I saw them this past year in a 300 capacity venue. It was cool seeing them in that setting.
There's only, like...a couple hundred people here for B&C currently. Hope this sold well.
Well, that was awesome.
Aragon wasn’t particularly crowded, though. I appreciated it because it made it easier to come and go. But I wish Thrice was a bigger draw. :/
Heck yeah we got postcard
For the people at these shows or went to this tour, is balance and composure getting a good reception???
Can you expand on that JaytotheGee? Just wondering why they aren't? Is it the songs they are
choosing in the set ?
I don't think many of their fans are paying $40 to go see them, unless you meant if the people their like them and I don't know haha
thrice and circa fans also aren't necessarily actively seeking newer smaller bands as well
Why do you say that?
Probably because a majority of their fans are in their late 20's/30's and are content with their music taste. They don't necessarily care about opening bands who they haven't heard before or bother to show up early.
well i still think this could have been a huge tour for them for attracting new fans! If they would
have played a different set, I think it would have been more successful for them. Its ridiculous a
band this talented is not getting the exposure that they deserve. I don't know who to blame for this.
I have noticed there seems to be a cut off around that age for a lot of people who just don't want new music and are content with just listening to everything they loved up to that point. Out of my group of friends, I'm the sole one who actively looks and excited about new releases.
according to a podcast balance has one more show in the spring after these anniversary gigs. or that's what people are saying
Any chance you know what podcast? I wouldn't mind giving it a listen to hear for myself.
check the balance thread in the music forum
Starts around the 24 minute mark for anyone that wants to skip to the announcement.
1 more show as in it’s their last concert ever???? Someone please expand on this!!!i sure hope this isn’t it for them
They are breaking up, yes.