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satan

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  • Muse Concerts Attended / Attending
    05/02/04/Coachella 05/03/04/Brick By Brick
    05/05/04/The Mayan 05/06/04/Popscene
    09/19/04/Independence Jam 12/08/04/The Wiltern
    12/09/04/The Wiltern 12/12/04/The Marquee Theater
    05/07/05/AMH 07/19/06/Greek Theater
    07/21/06/Soma 09/28/06/ARC Pavillion
    04/09/07/Civic Center 04/10/07/LA Forum
    06/16/07/Wembley 06/17/07/Wembley
    10/28/07/Vegoose 09/24/09/Giants Stadium
  1. It gets the general idea across. If there's a problem with one show, there's probably a problem with all shows. A signature just shows solidarity. You are more than welcome to make another petition if you like though.
  2. I wouldn't pay more than a few dollars over face value based on principle alone. I paid for scalped tickets once, for a 49ers game. I honestly wouldn't do it again for anything. Its a waste of money.
  3. The problem with paperless ticketing is that if you can't go, for whatever reason, you eat the cost of the tickets. There needs to be a refund policy if paperless tickets are used, otherwise I'd ahve to say its a bit of a shit system.
  4. Well, there's actually quite a bit that can be done about it, but it would require a re visioning of the industry as a whole.
  5. Um, Ticketmaster at this point IS a scalper/broker. Ticketmaster has two faces. The one we see when we log into ticketmaster.com and the one we see when we're redirected to ticketsnow.com. What I wrote was apt and appropriate for the situation. I stand by it.
  6. What are you doing there?

    I'm still waiting for SoCal dates to be announced. Phoenix is strongly considered since I just found out it's during my hubbie's spring break. :D

  7. If you're in seats, more importantly, don't tell the people who stand up for muse to "sit the fuck down." That happened to Mary, Lara, Liron and I at the SF show in 2007. Bastards.
  8. Center stage and to the left is ridiculous. If you're in the center and you expect to not be moved by a sea of people, forget about it, lol. If you're in the center and worried you won't have a good view of Matt, forget about that too, because most likely the crowd will pick you up a few inches off the ground the tide will push you to just a few feet away from him. Been there, done that, lol. Its not so bad, you just have to get over the claustraphobia/loss of control. Its a mental trick. If you can lose yourself for a bit, you'll be fine.
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