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Waterparks/As It Is/Chapel/Sleep On It Tour

Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by cricketandclover, Aug 1, 2017.

  1. cricketandclover

    Things have changed.

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    11/6 - Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
    11/8 - Phoenix, AZ @ Van Buren
    11/9 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent
    11/10 -San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore
    11/11 - Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
    11/13 - Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
    11/14 - Vancouver, BC @ The Rio Theater
    11/15 - Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
    11/17 - Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
    11/18 - Denver, CO The Summit
    11/20 - Lawrence, KS @ The Granada Theater
    11/21 - St. Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall
    11/22 - Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
    11/24 - Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall
    11/25 - Indianapolis, IN @ Deluxe
    11/26 - Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Theater
    11/27 - Montreal, QC @ Le Tulipe
    11/29 - Boston, MA @ Paradise
    11/30 - New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
    12/1 - Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre at the Living Arts
    12/2 - Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Sound Stage
    12/4 - Charlotte, NC @ Underground
    12/5 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
    12/7 - Houston, TX @ House of Blues
     
  2. SkyGrowsBigger

    Regular

    Wow. Had no idea that Waterparks was this big...
     
  3. Blink182Bouncer

    Trusted

    Stacked line up as far as I'm concerned. Super bummed there isn't an MN Date. (Although I've already seen most of these bands this year)
     
  4. mmcd323

    Regular

    This is a damn good tour, happy for Sleep On It be sure to check them out they're gonna be huge real soon
     
  5. josh-

    Twitter: @joshcaraballin

    My ass they can sell more than 100 tickets here
     
  6. meggers

    Regular

    I went to this tonight and there was maybe 150 people there. Staff said the only reason it wasn’t moved to the smaller room was because of the video screen. Missed all of Sleep On It and most of Chapel. As It Is cut about half their set due to technical issues. Waterparks played for a little over an hour. I don’t remember the full set but here’s a partial:

    Crave
    Stupid For You
    Pink
    Blonde
    Royal
    Easter Egg
    Mad All The Time
    21 Questions
    Dizzy
    I’m A Natural Blue

    If you can get cheap tickets, it’s a good show.
     
  7. michael_gatto Nov 6, 2017
    (Last edited: Nov 6, 2017)
    michael_gatto

    Trusted

    NO WAY, they actually played Easter Egg? I'm so pumped on this tour, can't wait till December 1st.

    EDIT: According to setlist.fm this is their set

    Plum Island
    Crave
    Stupid For You
    Pink
    Blonde
    It Follows
    Mad All The Time
    Gloom Boys
    Dizzy
    Royal
    (ENCORE)
    Powerless
    21 Questions
    Easter Egg
    I'm A Natural Blue

    Weird for them to do a 4 song encore with only a 10 song set if this is true. Pumped they're playing Easter Egg, still bummed about no Little Violence on another tour.
     
  8. meggers

    Regular

    On the video screen for Easter Egg, it says this will never happen again with a countdown clock for the length of the song. The 4 song encore is correct. Powerless was just Awsten acoustic and 21 questions was mostly acoustic, Geoff and Otto came out towards the end to finish it.
     
  9. michael_gatto

    Trusted

    Damn, I wonder if that means they're cutting it for the rest of the tour. That's a bummer if so.
     
  10. meggers

    Regular

    I took it to mean it’ll never happen again outside this tour. The graphics for the video screen were pretty entertaining.
     
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  11. tyramail

    Trusted Supporter

    I’m surprised no made in America. Still stoked, mostly for sleep on it.
     
  12. TDenverFan

    Regular

    Oddly big venues, also surprised Waterparks is bigger than As It Is
     
  13. xthisislove

    Regular

    the dallas show had less than 350 people there. only reason it didn't get moved to the small room is because of the production
     
  14. tyramail

    Trusted Supporter

    I’m definitely curious to see how this turns out in Portland now. It’s next Monday and I was worrying about not having a ticket yet but I guess I shouldn’t be now haha.
     
  15. Blink182Bouncer

    Trusted

    Also surprised Sleep On It are billed below Chapel. They were also the lowest billed on As It Is' headliner as were Chapel on Waterparks', yet since Sleep On It have released their full album while Chapel have yet to release their first EP

    Regardless I'll try and take the road trip down to Kansas from Minnesota to see this show
     
  16. xthisislove

    Regular

    Because Tyler Carter calls in a lot of favors.
     
  17. meggers

    Regular

    Closer to the show, the Dallas show ran tickets with no fees. Not sure if they’re doing this in other cities, but worth checking on if you’re planning on going.
     
  18. andrew.elofson

    Newbie

    You think the underwhelming ticket sales are going to affect the relationships between whoever books Waterparks and these venues? I know venues at these capacities have a decently high cost to run them for a show and obviously every band on tour is going to need a guarantee. I can't imagine this tour is doing well financially for anyone.
     
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  19. meggers

    Regular

    I think it was booked it such big rooms cause of the tour sponsor. I can’t imagine they’re happy with the turnout.
     
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  20. xthisislove

    Regular

    Don’t think it’ll effect them on this but it will show to future promoters who want to book them what they pull and effect what their guarantee will be on the nex tour.

    Monster has no say in the booking. I would also agree that they’re probably not happy
     
  21. Blink182Bouncer

    Trusted

    Idk what they expected, most pop-punk bands this size can barely sell 150 tickets in my town.

    Granted these venues still seem way too big for them, but that was probably because of the production. These are the type of venues All Time Low would be playing. Pretty big jump from the 500 cap rooms they were playing on the TCTT coheadliner.
     
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  22. tyramail

    Trusted Supporter

    Well I won Blazers tickets at work for Monday night so I won’t be going to this anymore, so I’m really hoping Sleep On It comes back to Portland soon.
     
  23. preppypunk

    Newbie

    Does anyone remember set times? Thanks!
     
  24. estacey99

    Oh yeah, oh yeah, everything is terrible.

    want to see Sleep On It, but that's really it...have to assume they're a lock for Warped next summer tho
     
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  25. meggers

    Regular

    Dallas started at 6:30 and was over before 10, but As It Is cut a few songs from their set.