Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by seneca7, Jun 9, 2016.
Per Robin Leach on Twitter:
ive know but they didnt sell out the MGM Grand last time, there playing a 6000 seat larger venue, i bet they play games with the tickets
Damn it, I leave on the 15th
tried to use the Mlife presale today , took 1/2 hr to get into the Queue from the virtual waiting room (pretty nifty feature actually) and then nothing
tried for the $75 nosebleeds but all gone, stepped it up to the $150 level nothing , beyond that I wasn`t going to pay more (i'm in Canad and with the brutal exchange yikes)
altho I did find a ticket on the floor about 15 rows from the stage for over $800 US , I passed lol
will try on Friday for general
if not , oh well !
seeing an amazing line up in August! wOOt
Went to see them in 1989 (Steel wheels) at the CNE because they were getting old I wanted to see them before it was too late!
My sister saw them in 1965 ?........ain't that crazy !
I saw them in 1972 ( Exile On Main St Tour )
They played a matinee -- 1 hour 10 mins only - GREATEST ROCK'N'ROLL I ever heard !
Saw them for the third time last summer. Mick still kicks ass.
Surprised that they scheduled a Wednesday show for Vegas. I would think that any major act would stick to weekend dates, since tourists make up a much larger percentage of a typical Vegas concert crowd.
Maybe Mick is a low roller and can only get comp rooms on Sun-Thurs...
1975 for me..Madison Square Garden in NYC....Felt more like an event than a concert.Broad spectrum of people in attendance..Celebs to High school kids (me)..
I remember Ron Wood was new addition and the tour was after 'It's only rock and roll' was released.They sold out 5 nights at the Garden
same nite as the presidential debate
I saw them a couple of years back in Macau - good show - however the Chinese audience seemed really reserved compared with all the rowdy HK expats.
I had a look at the tickets when they went on sale but never saw any $75/$150 options - they were crossed out by the time I got to the purchase screen. Sadly rollingstones.com aren't doing lucky dip tickets like they did with the Aussie shows recently.
they did do lucky dips for vegas and plenty of 750$ tickets left
and lucky dips were only 40$ for vegas
Bugger - I was looking at their website and din't see the option come up. If they add the rumoured second show I'll keep an eye out for them.
I am sending my wife out and her mom for our anniversary.
Sadly they are sold out when I decided to do so and now tickets on secondary market at $350 per.
I am going to wait, hopefully they prices drop or some extras get released. Literally I am checking everyday until the. I assume they will come down...
Las Vegas – a second and final show has been added Sat, Oct 22 at T-Mobile Arena. On sale 9/16 at 10am
Oh, maybe I can move her flight/reservations.
Though this is good as it should have an effect on secondary market... More supply..
Thank you very much for sharing
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