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Human nature opens

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by Jimbo338, Jan 19, 2013.

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  1. Jimbo338

    Jimbo338 VIP Whale

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    I googled Human Nature and it sent me to their official website. They opened tonight at the Venetian at 7PM. I wonder if anyone from here was in their opening? They do one show a night , dark tuesday and wednesday. First thing I noticed was tickets available through ticketmaster. To me that always means $$$. they have VIP seats and three other sections. Upper sections are the cheap seats just under $75.00.

    I guess they deserve it; great show and they work hard, and certainly have paid their dues at the IP. I am thankful that I saw their show twice and enjoyed it very much for next to nothing. I wish them well, perhaps some tickets may find their way to TIX4TONITE eventually and I'll see them again. You seldom find a show that EVERYONE says they really enjoyed.

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  2. GREGRIO

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    Yeah, I'm really looking forward to checking it out too Jimbo.
    I read a bit in todays RJ I believe...Weatherford's column. There's
    some new changes, the room is a bit bigger than the IP's was and...
    I've been in there for comedy but too long ago to remember the set up.
    We'll see some reviews in the SUN and RJ soon.
     
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    GREGRIO,
    You've been to so many shows so many times for so long, I'm honestly surprised you are not invited to opening night performances! I bet from what you said time and again that you will enjoy middle seating for the best harmonies. Me on the otherhand would enjoy VIP seating, I like good close range viewing and watching their choreography. That being said, I'll have to see Carrottop, he will be the only one I can afford to sit close to (aside from Mack King).

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    I was there last night for the opening. Sat in the back row to one side, and still felt satisfied with my seat. The new theater is excellent for them, the video effects are clever, and I like the songs they've added. They come into the audience a few times, and there is a neat sequence in which the sing "with" Smokey Robinson using a video effect. I'd say it was 90-95% capacity. Got my seat through tix4tonite for $61.
     
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    We're going to see them on 3/11. Can't wait. :woot:

    We'll let you know how it goes in our trip report.
     
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    If I can make it, I've got a tic to see them Feb. 9th.
    Got the news a few days a go I have lung cancer which
    is going to limit my trips a bit...
    I've got a HUMAN NATURE tic for Feb. 9th along with
    The WHO and ROCK OF AGES.
     
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    Wishing you continued strength and a quick recovery, GREGRIO.
     
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    Gregrio,
    So sorry to hear bad things about your health. There have been many successes in recent years and we hope you have many options to beat this thing. You're in our prayers.

    Jimbo338
     
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    Greg, sorry to hear the bad news. Wishing you the best in your upcoming treatments. Keep on keeping on and enjoying those shows!
     
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    Wishing you all the best on your upcoming treatment, GregRio.
     
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